Posted on 04 June 2014.
Founder Joy Warner spoke at the annual state of the school speech Monday.
By DAVID BORAKS
Community School of Davidson, which became one of North Carolina’s first charter schools a decade ago, will graduate its first class of seniors on Thursday night. It’s a milestone not just for the Class of 2014, but for the school, which has become a model for charters across the state.
It’s such a big deal that the school has rented the Belk Theater in Charlotte, where the 111 graduates will march Thursday at 7:30pm.
Director Joy Warner founded the school as a private kindergarten to fulfill her dream of a place that would give teachers the leeway to teach as they saw fit, without having “their hands tied.” Ten years ago, the private school won one of North Carolina’s first charters.
- Listen to our full interview with Joy Warner below.
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