2015-08-06 / Front Page

Many new faces in schools this year



New educators and staff were introduced Monday morning at the county-wide meeting for the Wilkes County Board of Education in the middle/high school cafeteria. “This annual meeting is tradition for our school system and allows all faculty and staff to gather for a kickoff for our new school year,” said Superintendent Dr. Rosemary Caddell. New educators include (front, l-r) Lauren Hitt, W-WMS; Talisa Coleman and Myra Harris, W-WES; Yakira Banks and Katherine Burdette, W-WPS; Rosilyn Hunt and Dana Kelley, W-WMS; (second row) Lindsey Waller, W-WES; Elizabeth Barry, W-WMS; Victoria Toner, W-WCHS; Jessica Hale, W-WES; Franklin Jones, WWMS; Tyler McGill, WWPS; (back) Michael Jones, Jackie Watson, and Everett Kelley, W-WCHS; Clete Wilson, W-WES; Tony C. Jay, W-WCHS; and Luke Kellogg W-WMS. New educators and staff were introduced Monday morning at the county-wide meeting for the Wilkes County Board of Education in the middle/high school cafeteria. “This annual meeting is tradition for our school system and allows all faculty and staff to gather for a kickoff for our new school year,” said Superintendent Dr. Rosemary Caddell. New educators include (front, l-r) Lauren Hitt, W-WMS; Talisa Coleman and Myra Harris, W-WES; Yakira Banks and Katherine Burdette, W-WPS; Rosilyn Hunt and Dana Kelley, W-WMS; (second row) Lindsey Waller, W-WES; Elizabeth Barry, W-WMS; Victoria Toner, W-WCHS; Jessica Hale, W-WES; Franklin Jones, WWMS; Tyler McGill, WWPS; (back) Michael Jones, Jackie Watson, and Everett Kelley, W-WCHS; Clete Wilson, W-WES; Tony C. Jay, W-WCHS; and Luke Kellogg W-WMS.

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