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House | February 21, 2013 | Chamber | Session

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To extend the courtesies of the gallery to a friend of this body and former legislator Gio Pridgeson. Gio, please stand and let us welcome you. Representative Burr please state your purpose. [NEW SPEAKER] For a motion, Mr. Speaker. [NEW SPEAKER] The gentleman is recognized for a motion. [NEW SPEAKER] Mr. Speaker, first I'd like to move that House Bill 108, row and vehicle personal use exemption be withdrawn from finance and re-referred to the committee on government. [NEW SPEAKER] Without objection. So ordered. If the gentleman's motion is to adjourn, if you'll yield for a moment. Pages, if we could have you come to the front please and those of you at the dais if you could step down for a moment. Pages I want to thank you for your service to the House this week. I think we've had a pretty active week, although we have today what we're calling a skeleton session. So for those of you in the gallery, you're wondering why some of the seat are missing. Today is one of those days where we're not taking any recorded votes and some of the members are either in committee meetings or have gone back to their home districts. We hope over the course of the week you got an opportunity to make some friendships with your fellow pages. You had an opportunity to see how this legislative body works and hopefully you'll carry those stories back to your family members, your brothers and sisters and friends, and encourage them to come back and serve this body as well. As important, hopefully one or two of you have found enough interest in it to where you'll replace some of us old timers and come in and actually serve in the legislature some day. So thank you very much for your service this week and I hope you have a great end of the school year and great summer. Thank you. You may now return to your stations. Ladies and gentleman of the House, the Chair sees some students that are visiting with us today. I know that at least the Central Elementary School from Eden is here but I think I see a few other classes. So if you're visiting with us and you're students from any school from any part of North Carolina, I'd like you to stand now. I'd like to thank the students, the teachers, and the chaperones for coming out and visiting with us today. Hopefully you'll have a great day. Please stand and let us welcome you. Ladies and gentleman, this completes the calendar. One thing I meant to mention yesterday when we had more members present. But, next week will be a special week. We're going to have educators here for three consecutive days. The first day we've invited each of the 115 Superintendents to join us on Tuesday. You'll be getting a notice. Certainly if your Superintendent is here we would encourage you to find time to meet with your Superintendent and if you have time have breakfast with them or lunch with them. That's on Tuesday. On Wednesday we've invited 115 Principles of the Year from each of the LEA's. They will be joining us again on Wednesday. And then on Thursday, we've invited 115 Teachers of the Year. And the goal of those three days is first to have them meet with their respective members. We will be hosting a session here in the chamber where we've asked them to sit in your seats. So it will almost be as many as there are of us. To spend an hour or so here in the chamber just hearing from them, we would encourage you if your calendar permits, to come in and listen and let them talk. We hope that that's just the beginning of a continuous dialogue as we go through and we work with our traditional K-12 public schools to see what good ideas they have. Because I'm absolutely convinced the good ideas for public school, improving public schools, are going to come from the folks that are actually out there doing it already and it's our goal to listen to them and figure out how we make their job even better and let them realize their passion for teaching. And again the reminder, please take note and make your calendars available for the ethics training that were announced yesterday. The next one is on the

26th. Makeup I believe on the 5th. Notices and announcements. Representative Burr is recognized for a motion. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Thank you, Mr. Speaker. I move that the House do now adjourn and reconvene on Monday, February 25th at 6:00 p.m. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Representative Burr moves, seconded by Representative Robert Brawley, that the House do now adjourn to reconvene on Monday, February 25th at 6:00 p.m. All in favor say aye, all opposed say no. The ayes have it. The House stands adjourned and members, again, that will be a no-vote, a skeleton, session.