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Kaitlin Brooke Hipp graduates

Kaitlin Brooke Hipp of Salisbury graduated from Appalachian State University, Boone, on May 10, 2015, with a Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education with a concentration in Diversity Studies. Kaitlin was a N.C. Teaching Fellow and a Dean’s List student at ASU and a 2011 honor graduate of West Rowan High School.
She served as President of the Appalachian Educators’ Club her junior year and was Public Relations Chair her sophomore year. She also was employed by University Recreation as a Lifeguard and Swim Instructor. She did her student teaching at Westwood Elementary in West Jefferson and St. Mary’s Primary Catholic School in Bloemfontein, Free State, South Africa.
Kaitlin will continue her education in the fall pursuing a Master’s Degree in College Student Development at ASU where she will be a Graduate Assistant with ACT (Appalachian and the Community Together). She is presently employed by Blowing Rock Parks and Recreation.
Kaitlin is the daughter of Greg and Jackie Hipp and the granddaughter of Brent and Ruby Watson and George and Mary Hipp, all of Salisbury.

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