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Liberty Notes

Happy Monday!

Today is the last day to write to the NC labor board regarding a proposed rule regarding employers to follow WHO and CDC masking mandates.  Although this is regarding employers/ employees, this could have repercussions for public schools. Please write to [email protected] by 5pm Monday, March 4.

There is a WCPSS School Board meeting tomorrow, please attend if you can. It will be a busy day as March 5 is also Primary Election Day.

We are continuing to look for ideas on where to have community outreach events such as spring fairs, outreach, etc. If you have a suggestion, please email me at [email protected].

In Liberty,

Becky Lew-Hobbs, Chapter Chair


Chapter Meeting - Register to Attend

Join us Wednesday, March 27 for our monthly chapter meeting. Do you have a friend or know a teacher?  Invite them to attend as your guest!

Learning to be effective in advocating for your children is the first step in protecting your children and your parental rights.

Please register to attend to hear the amazing patriot, Guy R Smith. Guys is just an American Patriot, North Carolina Citizen, working every day to make a difference! Since 2011, Guy has been a very active “Concerned Citizen Lobbyist” who visits and communicates regularly with his Government Officials.  Come to learn how you can be more effective in advocating for your children and grandchildren.

  • Date: Wednesday, March 27 from 6-8pm
  • Location: To be announced
  • Registration: Click HEREto register to attend.  Registration is required as meeting details will only be released to registered attendees.


Local and State News

Primary Elections March 5AAA

Primary Election Day is March 5th.

Do you know who you are voting for? Do you know how to find your ballot? The primary ballot you receive will depend on if you are registered Democrat, Republican or Unaffiliated (yes, you can vote in a primary if you are unaffiliated).

Moms for Liberty does not endorse candidates other than for local school board races. But you can easily LOOK UP YOUR BALLOT online.  You can look up candidates’ websites as well as use voter guide resources such as BALLOTPEDIA.


Did you see the 60 Minutes Episode Yesterday?

Last night, 60 Minutes aired an episode on books in the schools.  View the episode HERE and join the conversation online.




Wake County Public School System

WCPSS Work Session and Board Meeting March 5

Every first and third Tuesday, the WCPSS board meets to discuss the business of the school system. The next work session and board meeting will be Tuesday, March 5.

The agendas have been posted for both the work session and the main board meeting. Please refer to the agenda for specifics, but here are a few highlights:

  • Work Session will include discussion of enrolment plans, bell schedules, transportation contracts, etc.
  • Main Board meeting will have Teacher of the year semi-finalist recognition, various facilities items, and a few contract updates for pre-school
  • There are always things to bring to the boards attention pertaining to your child’s school such as books or materials that violate the Parents Bill of Rights, safety concerns, etc.

If you would like to sign up for public comment, sign up on the day of the meeting from 11:30am-4pm (online only).  The link will be on the page when sign up is available.


BAC Meeting

Each WCPSS District representative is to have at least one Board Advisory Committee meeting (BAC) per quarter. This is where school board representatives meet with “advisors” from each school in their district. BAC meetings are open to the public.

If you are able to attend, please let us know what topics were covered.

  • District 5 (Lynn Edmonds) on 3/4 from 5:30-7pm at Washington Elementary


What is happeing in your child's school?

WCPSS is a very large system with approximately 160,000 students, is the 15th largest school system in the country. With this many students and about 200 schools, there are many inconsistencies and varying experiences across the system.

Have you seen things that you think are not appropriate for children?  Do you have an issue and are not sure what to do? Or better yet, is your school doing something great that you would like to see more of? Email us at [email protected]


 Quick Links

Links to come popular or commonutly used reference regarding WCPSS




NC Departmetn of Public Instruction

 Quick Links

Links to come popular or commonutly used reference regarding the NC Deptartment of Publci Instruction.