Secondary Education Community Fellows

 

Secondary pre-service teachers from WFU’s Department of Education take part in a semester-long student teaching internship in the local schools. At various points in the school year, a group of teachers, administrators, and professors from Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools (WSFCS) and Wake Forest University are invited to lead workshops and serve on panels on topics pertinent to students’ current and forthcoming clinical experiences. The knowledge and understandings gained through these workshops serve as the guiding focus for weekly student teaching seminars throughout the spring semester. We greatly appreciate the support of our secondary education community fellows.


Secondary Education Community Fellows

Shannon Ashford, Associate Director for Diversity Education, Wake Forest University

Heather Barto-Wiley, English Teacher, R.J. Reynolds High School

Lisa Bohrer, Assistant Principal, Parkland High School

Jennifer Fernbach, Instructional Facilitator, Moore Magnet Elementary School

Patricia Fisk-Moody, Exceptional Children Elementary School Program Director, Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools

Pamela Kirkland, Arts Magnet Coordinator, R.J. Reynolds High School

Joan Mitchell, Clinical Instructor in the Department of Education, Wake Forest University

Chris Nichols, Principal, Atkins Academy and Technical High School

Amy Talley, ESL Teacher, Jefferson Elementary School

Corliss Thompson-Drew, Director of Psychological Services, Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools

Robyn Varga, RTI Program Manager, Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools

Lakisha Walden, Exceptional Children Middle School Program Director, Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools

Shan Woolard, Assistant Director Career Education and Coaching, Wake Forest University, Office of Personal & Career Development