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Hope Whitley says reading is the basis for everything children are going to do. Whitley, a reading instruction teaching support teacher at Stantonsburg Elementary School, said reading is going to … more
Beth Davis is featured in this week’s Why I Teach. While attending Wilson Community College as a student, I had an instructor who was so passionate about her job that I fell in love with the … more
Barnes Elementary School teacher Rosslyn Waddell is featured in this week’s Why I Teach? “I am a teacher because I believe God chose me to stand before his young people and educate them with … more
Students at Barnes Elementary School have a widened appreciation for the contributions of African-Americans after dressing up as and giving presentations of their favorite figure as part of Black … more
Kathryn Jackson, an English teacher and teacher of the year Fike High School, is featured in this week’s Why I Teach. “I love teaching. I used to be an education reporter for a newspaper, so I … more
It doesn’t take the children long to count to 100 in Tricia Metzler’s kindergarten class. That’s because they can do it by fives and do it by 10s. Metzler, a Hearne Elementary School … more
Greenfield School It was a case of critical contamination Tuesday for fourth-graders at Greenfield School. High-fives and handshakes created contact between dirty digits leading to an … more
Lucas Peed and Noah Shuler, both graduates of the Wilson Christian Academy, class of 2014, were selected to represent their respective universities and present research papers at the Phi Alpha Theta … more
Martha Cayton lost about 60 pounds in a little more than a year. “My New Year’s resolution was to make sure I got 10,000 steps in every day, and I do most days,” said Cayton, a … more
Lucama Elementary School fourth-grade teacher Lesley Pittman is featured in this week’s Why I Teach. “Several of my own teachers positively impacted my life, and I want to encourage and … more
Families celebrated the value of homeschooling this week in Wilson. National School Choice Week was held to raise awareness about education options for families … more
The walls of the new cafeteria at Sallie B. Howard School for the Arts and Education is a rainbow of inspiration. A ballerina performs an arabesque in a purple silhouette, a scientist adjusts a … more
The Southern Nash High School Future Farmers of America Livestock Judging team won first place in the senior division of the 2017 North Carolina FFA Livestock Evaluation Career Development Event held … more
A team from Southern Nash High School competed in the 2017 National Future Farmers of America Horse Evaluation Career Development Event in Indianapolis in November. The event was held in conjunction … more
Members of the Youth in Government Club got a firsthand look at the life of a legislator Tuesday when state. Rep. Susan Martin, R-Wilson, spoke to the group at Greenfield … more
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