CEAP Post-Master’s Certificate Graduate and Reynolds High School Principal Doris Sellers, has garnered the honor of being named North Carolina Western Region Principal of the Year. As the regional winner, Sellers will receive a monetary award for herself and her school. Sellers is one of eight regional winners statewide who will compete for North Carolina Principal of the Year. The decision will be based on portfolios and interviews with all the candidates conducted in March. The state winner will be announced in May 2017.
A calendar highlighting North Carolina’s African-American heritage and produced with the assistance of a team of Western Carolina University history and education students is hot off the presses. Cassandra Talabi and Sherae Bonner, both elementary education majors with concentrations in history both participated. See the article in The Reporter for more information: http://thereporter.wcu.edu/2016/11/students-assist-on-statewide-african-american-calendar-project/
Emily Hatfield, native of Nashville, Tennessee wins NCAAHPERD-SM Female Student-Athlete Scholarship. She is a health and physical education major and aspires to teach and coach upon completing her degree. She is also a member of the Women’s Basketball Team and has developed an interest in international travel after a recent study abroad trip.