Duke Energy

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Nov 7, 2022

Presentation to the Winton Woods Achievement Boosters of the second grant from the Duke Energy Foundation by J. Chad Shaffer, Gov’t & Community Relations (second from left) as part of the “Powerful Communities: Local Impact” focus area of the Foundation. Others are Tamra C. Ragland, Ed. D., Exec. Dir. of Teaching & Learning, 7-12; Rick Johnson, B.A., MBA (Human Resources), President of the Boosters; Brandon H. Wiers, Ph. D., Treasurer of the Boosters. The location is in front of the “Learning Stairs” in the High School wing of the WWCSD North Campus, where students can eat their lunch, sit and mingle en route to and from classrooms on the first and second floors.

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