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Teachers learn how to identify, deal with mental health issues in students

Brunswick County teachers took the first step toward identifying mental health issues in students through a free class in Bolivia on Friday.
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Two schools to receive multi-million dollar expansion in Brunswick County

Overcrowding in schools is a problem throughout the Cape Fear. For staff at Town Creek Elementary, there isn't a lot of space to work with students.
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Truck misses stopped school bus, hits van while drivers speed by

A stopped Brunswick County school bus and a crash that could have turned deadly in an instant. An incident that was all caught on camera and a story that's only on WWAY.

Brunswick County Schools to close May 16 for teacher rally

Brunswick County Schools will close on May 16, the day public school teachers across North Carolina will descend on Raleigh to rally for teacher pay.
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Superintendent Sit-Down: Brunswick County Schools

Brunswick County Schools Superintendent Les Tubb stopped by Good Morning Carolina on Thursday to talk local issues in the school district.

Hundreds of area teachers request day of teacher rally off

None of the school districts in our area plan to shut down on May 16, the day thousands of teachers plan to protest at the General Assembly in Raleigh when lawmakers reconvene for the legislative short session.
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Ask your superintendent: Submit your questions to WWAY

Over the next few weeks on Good Morning Carolina, WWAY's Jeff Rivenbark will be sitting down with school superintendents from across our region.
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Teacher of the Week: Pamela Long

Pamela Long says she feels blessed to be a teacher of sixth graders at Leland Middle School.  "I love them so much," she says, "and they're just incredible little people."
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Teacher of the Week: Sara Hribar

Sara Hribar makes a point of letting her students know they are important and loved in her classroom.  Her attitude is what helps her kids thrive at Belville Elementary School.

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