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  • Who's at the door? Principal visiting homes of each of her 1,003 students

    Elizabeth MacWilliams, principal of Carroll Magnet Middle School, plans to visit every one of her 1,003 students in their home this year. She meets with 7th grader Nevaeh Boyd on this trip.

Elizabeth MacWilliams, principal of Carroll Magnet Middle School, plans to visit every one of her 1,003 students in their home this year. She meets with 7th grader Nevaeh Boyd on this trip. Chris Seward cseward@newsobserver.com
Elizabeth MacWilliams, principal of Carroll Magnet Middle School, plans to visit every one of her 1,003 students in their home this year. She meets with 7th grader Nevaeh Boyd on this trip. Chris Seward cseward@newsobserver.com

Principal visits the home of every student who attends her school

February 10, 2017 8:51 AM