28 LCPS teachers awarded Tri-County Bright Ideas grants
Tri-County grant winners from LCPS by school are: Banks Elementary – Ashley Martin, Kathryn Griffin, Megan O’Neal, Brandi Murphy and Laura Parks; E.B. Frink Middle – Kristen Davenport, Chadwick Stokes and Sandi West; La Grange Elementary – Katherine Sowers, Lisa Davis and Georgia Tingen; Moss Hill Elementary – Allyson Heath, Jodi Stocks (for the kindergarten team of Stocks, Sarah Hughes and Lindsay Howard), Kristina Jones, Donna Casad (for the fourth-grade team of Casad, Glenda Kennedy and Kayla Harris), Susan Barwick and Wesley Letchworth; North Lenoir High – Teresa Eason and Kim Hipkiss; Pink Hill Elementary – Brenda Griffin, Jami Finch, Myra Aycock, Walter Upthegrove, Aaron Murdock and Johan Mari-Aviles; and Woodington Middle, Steven Loftin, Jessica Jones and Yvonne Hardy. Photo by Patrick Holmes / Lenoir County Public Schools
Twenty-eight teachers from seven LCPS schools are winners of 2018-2019 Bright Ideas grants awarded by Tri-County EMC, including four teachers whose grant ideas were judged the Best of the Best among all winners from Lenoir, Wayne and Duplin counties. “We did very well at that competition,” Superintendent Brent Williams said. “We’re very proud of these teachers for their extra effort in bringing extra funding to our classrooms for instruction.” In all, Tri-County awarded 94 grants valued at $78,089. Wayne County teachers won 44 grants and Duplin County teachers, 22. The check presentations were made at a banquet in Dudley on Nov. 1.
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