Participating educators from Richmond County Schools included Jessica L. Desrochers of Hamlet Middle School; Tara M. Coggins and Thomas O. Robbins of Richmond Senior High School; Lauren C. Swinnie and Jennifer K. Wrenn of Rockingham Middle School.
Neely B. Sullivan of Richmond County Ninth Grade Academy attended a support seminar for teachers pursuing certification from the National Board for Professional Teaching Standards. Sullivan attended the seminar as a Golden LEAF scholar through an award to NCCAT from Golden LEAF Inc. of Rocky Mount.
NCCAT positively impacts public education by providing extraordinary professional development for North Carolina teachers throughout their careers. NCCAT’s instructional programming is designed to give teachers the support and resources they need to be highly effective and enhance student achievement. NCCAT conducts interdisciplinary, content-specific, residential seminars for pre-kindergarten through 12th grade teachers in the environmental and biological sciences, arts, humanities, mathematics, leadership and technology. For more information about NCCAT’s instructional programs, visit www.nccat.org or call 828-293-5202.