The "How Cool Is Your School" tour continues on Friday on WITN News at Sunrise with a visit to Stateside Elementary in Jacksonville.
Heather King and Jim Howard are visiting different outstanding schools in Eastern Carolina. The tour has included Creswell High School, John Small Elementary in Washington, White Oak High School in Onslow County, and HB Sugg and Sam D. Bundy Elementary School in Farmville.
They were the site of WITN News at Sunrise Friday, the second stop of the Sunrise "How Cool Is Your School" tour.
Heather King and Jim Howard are making a total of four stops, showcasing four different outstanding schools in Eastern Carolina. The tour started at Creswell High School.
You can continue to nominate your school by leaving your comments. Be sure to tell us what school you go to when you tell us about it!
WITN News at Sunrise made its first stop on our 2012 "Cool School" tour.
Heather King and Jim Howard broadcast live on Friday, February 3 from Creswell High School in Washington County.
The outstanding pride of Creswell High School impressed the selection panel at WITN.
Nearly the entire student body was at the school Friday morning, many of them wearing custom-made t-shirts that had "WITN, Cool School" on the back.
Tune in Monday morning on WITN News at Sunrise as we announce the next stop on our "Cool School" tour!
The outstanding pride of Creswell High School impressed the selection panel at WITN. So many comments on the story came from people at CHS. We're excited to showcase some of the best and brightest aspects of the school.
Tune in Friday from 5 a.m. - 7 a.m. to see Heather and Jim broadcast live from Creswell High School.
Creswell is just our first stop on the "Cool School" tour. You can continue to nominate your "cool school" by commenting on the story below. Be sure to tell us what school you go to when you tell us about it!
Coming soon, Heather King and Meteorologist Jim Howard will be broadcasting live from area schools to highlight the great things about their students, staff and activities. The series has been a favorite of Heather and Jim's, and we're excited to embark on it once again.
Where Heather and Jim go is up to you. Tell us why they should broadcast live from your school. You can post comments on this story or come up with something creative. We look forward to you telling us how cool your school is!
Please include the name of your school and your location when you tell us about your school.