ROCKINGHAM — Willette Surgeon has a love for learning.
ELLERBE — When it comes to success, Principal Wendy Kelly Jordan sees no limitations.
HAMLET — As both a teacher and an administrator, Jim Butler has always believed in providing a positive educational experience. The veteran principal is in his seventh year at Hamlet Middle School, a place he says he wants students to...
ELLERBE — Words like hyper and energetic are sometimes used to describe Melvin Ingram's leadership style at Ellerbe Middle School. According to the nine-year principal, it's just a part of his personality.
ROCKINGHAM — Teaching, Keith McKenzie says, is something he always knew he wanted to do.
HAMLET — Michael Chapman understands what it means to be a leader.
HAMLET — Being a teacher is a tough job.Leading a school filled with them may be even tougher. But Monroe Avenue Principal Dawn Terry leads with confidence, and her school is a better place because of it.
Every October, schools and organizations across the country join Stomp Out Bullying in observing National Bullying Prevention Month.
ROCKINGHAM — When asked what motivates her most as an educator, Angela Watkins won't hesitate to answer.“Everything I do, I do for children,” she said.
ROCKINGHAM — Success for Rohanen Middle School Principal Hal Shuler has always been about teamwork — both on the field and in the classroom.
HAMLET — Joyce McRae has done it all.Though the Fairview Heights Elementary administrator is beginning her second year as a principal, her journey has been anything but ordinary.
ROCKINGHAM — For Cordova School Principal Ellen Mabe, it's all about the students.When asked about her experience over the last 15 months as a new principal, she answered without hesitation.
HAMLET — Richmond Community College presented awards to top faculty and staff members during its annual convocation held Sept. 30 at the Robert L. and Elizabeth S. Cole Auditorium and Community Center.
ROCKINGHAM — For some, the desire to teach is innate. For others, it's acquired. For Yvonne Gilmer, it all began with Popsicle sticks.
Five Richmond Senior High School students have earned interviews to advance in the University of North Carolina's Morehead-Cain Scholarship application process. They are Trey McInnis, Katie Satterfield, Sarah Maske, Molly Russell and John...
Two students have been selected to represent Richmond Senior High School for North Carolina State's Park Scholarship.Trey McInnis and John Pittman will advance to the next level of competition for the scholarship award.