• 34°

Teaching Fellows recipients

N.C. TeachingFellows
Area high school seniors are among the 2011 recipients of the North Carolina Teaching Fellows scholarships.
Each Teaching Fellow receives a $26,000 scholarship loan from the state, payable in $6,500 annual increments. The full loan is forgiven after the Fellow has completed four years of teaching in North Carolina public schools or U.S. government schools. In addition, all Fellows take part in unique academic and summer enrichment programs during their college careers.
This year, 1,894 high school seniors competed for the 500 scholarships. Recipients have an average score of 1,175 on the SAT. Among the recipients, 29 percent are males and 23 percent are minorities.
Since 1987, 10,892 graduating high school seniors have been awarded the scholarship. Currently, there are 3,925 Teaching Fellows teaching in 99 of the stateís 100 counties.
Rowan-Salisbury Schools ó recipients include Armanda Mariam Lee, Carly Alyssa Opel, both of East Rowan High School; Brooke McKenzie Hartsell and Lianna Rhea Michael, Jesse C. Carson High School; Elyse McKenna Bernhardt and Mary Margaret Mills, Salisbury High School; Hannah Luzette Honeycutt, South Rowan High School, Kaitlin Brooke Hipp, West Rowan High School;
Alternates: Kathryn Jean Egloff and Andrew Hayden Poston, East Rowan High School; Natasha Lynn Small, North Rowan High School; and Ashlynn Dawn Perry, West Rowan High School.
Davidson County Schools órecipients include Kaitlyn Elizabeth Otey, Ledford Senior High School; Andrew James Borecky and Cameron James Britt, North Davidson High School; Nathaniel Jordan Yates, West Davidson High School
Alternates: Alexander Hayden Lipe, Central Davidson High; Elizabeth Anne Chastain and Hannah Bay Snider, Ledford High; Maria Elyse Ferrell, South Davidson High School; Katie Luann Grubb and Leigha Kinley Myers, West Davidson High School.
Lexington City Schools ó recipients Molly Simone Basdeo and Shae Marie DeZego, Lexington High School.
Cabarrus County Schools ó Robert James Erdie and Amy Danae Rhoads, Cox Mill High School; Sara Grace Holbrooks, Colin Edward Kovacic, Meridith Caitlin Moore, Concord High School; Alyse Janet Edwards, J.M. Robinson High; Andrew Michael Ronacher, Mt. Pleasant High; David Benjamin Broome, Northwest Cabarrus High School; Cori Elizabeth Buddenbaum, Christina Marie Coslian, Megan Michelle Yeargin, Hickory Ridge High.
Alternates: Kaitlin Nicole Falleni, Jennifer Charlotte L. Myers, Concord High; Jessica Lauren Pressley, Hickory Ridge High.
Kannapolis City Schools ó Kayla Tate Griffin and Dillon Oliver Robinson, A.L. Brown School.
Davie County Schools ó recipients Ashley Helen Fanale, Walter Howard Wilson III, Davie High School.
Alternates: Amber Nicole Hollar, Allison Mackenzie Lambert, Davie Early College High.
Mooresville Graded Schools ó recipients Nicole Georgia McGarty, Inez Van Treece Walls, Ashley Gabriella Wes, Mooresville Senior High.

Comments

Comments closed.

Education

School board talks competency-based learning, receives new offer on Faith Elementary

Business

Chamber of Commerce warns buyers about used tractor company with Cleveland address

Local

American Legion Post plans cocktail sip

Local

Harold B. Jarrett Post to host blood drive

Coronavirus

17 new COVID-19 cases, one new death reported

Education

School meals expect a smooth transition for students

Nation/World

Fully vaccinated people can gather without masks, CDC says

Local

Lane, ramp closures scheduled for I-85 in Salisbury

Crime

Blotter: March 8

Ask Us

Ask Us: How can homebound seniors be vaccinated?

Local

Political Notebook: Interim health director to talk COVID-19 at county Democrats breakfast

Local

‘Their names liveth forevermore:’ Officials dedicate Fire Station No. 6 to fallen firefighters Monroe, Isler

Crime

Blotter: Salisbury man charged for breaking into Salisbury High, getting juvenile to help

Nation/World

With virus aid in sight, Democrats debate filibuster changes

Local

City officials differ on how, what information should be released regarding viral K-9 officer video

High School

High school basketball: Carson girls are 3A champions

Lifestyle

High school, college sweethearts marry nearly 50 years later

Local

With jury trials set to resume, impact of COVID-19 on process looms

Legion baseball

Book explores life of Pfeiffer baseball coach Joe Ferebee

Education

Rowan-Salisbury Board of Education to receive update on competency-based education

Business

Biz Roundup: Kannapolis expects to see economic, housing growth continue in 2021

Business

A fixture of downtown Salisbury’s shopping scene, Caniche celebrates 15th anniversary this month

Local

Slate of new officers during local GOP convention; Rev. Jenkins becomes new chair

Landis

Landis officials narrow search for new manager to five candidates; expect decision within a month