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School NameJob Title Tell us an area that your School/LEA excels or a program that you would be proud to showcase
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Anson CountyLawanda McLendon
mclendon.lawanda@anson.k12.nc.us
704-694-9383Wadesboro Elementary
District Literacy Coordinator
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Nicole Sikessikes.nicole@anson.k12.nc.usCell: 704-294-1959Anson High School
Instructional Support Lead
AHS has gone from an F to a high C in just 3 years! We are on our way to Returning to Dominance. As freshman, our students are enrolled in career management where they study a variety of career pathways. Upon course completion, students commit to a major and a minor as it relates to the career pathways offered on campus. We work closely with SPCC to offer a variety of community college courses on/off campus and online. This year, we have 10 students graduating with associates degrees, and another 79 eligible for certificates.
More Focus Areas: Individual pathway Focus, Cross Curricular PLC implementation (T/TR), Instructional Walkthroughs, Instructional Rounds, Data and our New Track project and much more!
Pathway chart: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1wp2EcTrmq64WA-b38Gb8xFGnBkR3cySH/view?usp=sharing
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Becky Flakeflake.becky@anson.k12.nc.us704-694-9383Wadesboro Elementary
Instructional Support Lead
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Bladen County Schools
Mrs. Dia Collins-Thomas
dmcollins@bladen.k12.nc.us910-876-2211
Bladen Lakes Primary School
PrincipalImplementation of Teaching Studies cohorts (observation of 11 high probability strategies); Future Friday (raising college awareness); World Wednesday (cutlural awareness of a different country each month); Caring & Sharing after school program (intervention program); Cat Chat News produced by 4th graders
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Mr. John Collinsjdcollins@bladen.k12.nc.us910-863-3232
Bladenboro Middle School and Clarkton School of Discovery
Assistant Principal
Clarkton School of Discovery houses Project Challenge. PC allows students from 6th through 8th grade to achieve high school credits. We also use a "healthy kids" elective program that ensures every student recieves activity and educational sources directly linked to health and personal care.
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Heather Thompsonhjguyton@bladen.k12.nc.us910-247-4610East Bladen High SchoolAssistant PrincipalSOAR Academy - (Scholarship/Successful. Organized. Achievement. Respect) Alternative learning environment/learning placement for at-risk students. 2nd Chance Breakfast - Built into our schedule to provide students with breakfast daily at not cost, if they miss morning breakfast.
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Columbus Kristin Sellarskvreaves@columbus.k12.nc.us910-499-2559Hallsboro ElementaryAssistant PrincipalSchool-wide intervention program, K-2 guided reading system involving all hands-on deck strategies
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Susan Watsonswatson@columbus.k12.nc.us910-654-6111
West Columbus High School
Assistant PrincipalSchool-wide enrichment and remediation program (WEST QUEST). Trackable program to help students who may not be able to stay after school to gain remediation and enrichment time. Many clubs and activities have arisen because of this time built into the school day where all kids have access. Test scores are higher and many teacher say West Quest has helped them reach more students.
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CumberlandGemette McEachern
gemettemceachern@ccs.k12.nc.us
910-425-6163
William H Owen Elementary
PrincipalPre-K-5th grade Spanish Immersion school, Title I, PBIS school, Global Learning, Grade- C, PLC's
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Mark Peppermarkpepper@ccs.K12.nc.us910-483-4124Gray's Creek MiddlePrincipal6th-8th grade, School wide Remediation program, Improving School Culture ( Book Study)
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Tara Bratchertarabratcher@ccs.k12.nc.us910-868-8153Loyd Auman ElementaryPrincipalInnovative school that is focused on increasing our digital devices and technology usage
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Harnett County SchoolsBritton Sullivanbsullivan@harnett.k12.nc.us910-893-3505Buies Creek ElementaryPrincipalCommunity school feel, focus on math instructional practices (Eureka), strong data-driven PLCs, school-wide math basic facts program, 1st grade Jan Richardson guided reading groups/lessons
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Matthew Pricemprice@harnett.k12.nc.us919-499-5113Western Harnett HighPrincipalMTSS Tier 1 (PLC's, focus on core instruction, literacy instruction, Intervention Team)
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Grisel Cuadradogcuadrado@harnett.k12.nc.us910-897-8353Coats ElementaryPrincipalDual-Language Immersion Program, Guided Reading, Intervention Program
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Hoke County SchoolsAdell Baldwinabaldwin@hcs.k12.nc.us910.875.2156Hoke Conty High SchoolPrincipalCollege, Career and Life Ready being put into action through our Course offerings
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Antonio Covingtonacovington@hcs.k12.nc.us910.875.2583
Turlington Alternative School
PrincipalInnovative school that offers an alternative lense to educations. We are truly student-centers, where scheduled are specifically taylored to each induvidual student.
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Halley Hallhaley.hall@hcs.k12.nc.us910.875.8721
JW McLauchlin Elementary
PrincipalIntervention-K-5, PLC's-with Admin (Tues and Thursday), Title I
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Montgomery County SchoolsJanet Deaton
janet.deaton@montgomery.k12.nc.us
910-428-4333Star ElementaryPrincipal
Green Ribbon PBIS School-sparkler system-celebrations, this feeds into our MTSS process for behavioral plans. Grab and Go Cart
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Chanda Stokes
chanda.stokes@montgomery.k12.nc.us
910-572-9378West MiddlePrincipal
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Carla Miller
carla.miller@montgomery.k12.nc.us
910-428-4196Green Ridge ElementaryPrincipalBuilding community partnerships. Reading incentive program exciting students about reading. Unique K-5 Alternative School on site. Data talks - administration, teachers and students tracking and discussing data.
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Moore County SchoolsMary-Frances Tintlemtintle@ncmcs.orgWest Pine ElementaryPrincipalUsing technology and implementing STEM lessons in 2nd grade
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Steve Johnsonsjohnson@ncmcs.org910-947-6672Central OfficeAsst. Dir of TechnologySite visits to see engineering, robotics, and STEM tied to core content instruction (K-5 focus)- 4 choices here: k5engineers.org/registration
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Shaun Krencickiskrencicki@ncmcs.orgWest End ElementaryPrincipal
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Richmond County SchoolsJoy SmartJoySmart@richmond.k12.nc.us910-410-1923Richmond Early CollegePrincipalEarly College High Schools - how to develop relationships and collaborate with personnel, other than those just from your school - community college staff, community college administration, community college board, community members, etc. We work hard through our teacher mentor/student mentee program to "keep our hands on" what is happening with our upperclassman who are presently only in college classes. We also have an effective seminar program for all of our students (9-13), which focuses on life skills, intensive remediation, student internships, etc.
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Kevin Wallace
KevinWallace@richmond.k12.nc.us
910-995-2302East RockinghamAssistant Principal
Boys to Men Club & Girls Club- 3rd, 4th, 5th graders given extra support and provided opportunities they are not provided at home
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Wendy Wallace
WendyWallace@richmond.k12.nc.us
336-953-4369Richmond SeniorAssistant PrincipalRaider Seminar - 30 minute enrichment/intervention time to target areas based on grade level. Biology sprial review 2-3 weeks prior to final exams to prepare for the EOC. We have had a 10% increase in biology proficiency since last school year.
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Public Schools of Robeson CountySavon Maultsby
savon.maultsby@robeson.k12.nc.us
910-316-5505Lumberton High
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Sharon Breeden
sharon.breeden@robeson.k12.nc.us
910-316-5358Red Springs Middle
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Lewis Coxlewis.cox@robeson.k12.nc.us910-740-8511East Robeson PrimarySee STEM activities incorporated into Media Center resource time (K-3).
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Scotland County SchoolsKachina Singletarykquick@scotland.k12.nc.us910.277.4350
Sycamore Lane Elementary
Associate Principal
Elementary Growing readers program-community volunteers to promote literacy and support relcutant readers
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Rebecca Piercerpierce@scotland.k12.nc.us910.369.2252Wagram ElementaryAssistant PrincipalDigital PBIS (Exemplar School) and Interactive Word Walls in all hallways/cafeteria to provide students with academic opportunities during transitions and times they are outside of the classroom. Students are learning from the walls. Recently provided PD for all principals on the interactive walls.
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