Mr. Wheeler also shares the history of The Community Chalkboard and Podium: A Monument to The First Amendment, located outside of City Hall in Charlottesville, which was designed based on feedback from the community.
The project is a multi-year study comprised of on-line surveys and face to face interviews, examining the treasured hopes, deepest fears, and most pressing challenges of today’s parents. The goal is to understand the climate in which children are being raised today. Some topics covered: What does it mean to be a “good parent” or a “good child” in this era. What challenges exist in parenting and how is parenting different now than in previous decades.
*Due to technical difficulties only the first forty minutes of the program were recorded.
From inclement weather decision-making, to realignment and budgeting, to strategic planning and staff hiring, the public is aware of the outcomes but not always of the internal process. This is an opportunity to hear about decision-making from our local leaders, regardless of your school system.
On the February 3 Wake Up Call host Rick Moore talks with “Lawrence,” the young man who brought his Cetme 308 into a local Charlottesville Kroger food store, to discuss his motives for the incident, the effects of the incident, and other miscellaneous issues related to the incident.
Left: A man in Oregon bringing his gun into JC Penny store.