Congratulations to Bailey Allman (’15) on being honored by Wake Forest Athletics and the College Football Playoffs Extra Yard for Teachers Initiative for her outstanding efforts with the Paisley Sports Literacy Program. Ms. Allman has sponsored the program with Dr. Alan Brown since 2016.
Congratulations to Wake Forest alums Nikki Francis of Morgan Elementary School and EDU adjunct professor Cris Wiley of RJ Reynolds High School for being honored by College GameDay during Extra Yard for Teachers week before the WFU/Clemson football game. https://twitter.com/i/status/1304807151593025542
Congratulations to Kate Youngblood (MAEd, 2014) on being recognized as the 2021 Louisiana High School Teacher of the Year. Kate teaches English at Benjamin Franklin High School in New Orleans. (Image courtesy of NOLA Public Schools)
Congratulations to Tiffany Newsome (’13) on her new position as principal of Rashkis Elementary School in Chapel Hill-Carrboro City Schools. Tiffany was previously an assistant principal and teacher in CHCCS.
Congratulations to Ashley Berry (’20), a graduate of our Schools, Education, and Society minor, for being named a 2020-2021 Wake Forest Fellow for Campus Life. https://inside.wfu.edu/2020/07/wake-forest-fellows-announced-for-2020-2021/
Congratulations, Class of 2020. This week we celebrate the accomplishments of our elementary education majors, secondary education minors, and Schools, Education, and Society minors. https://youtu.be/fga9HrjsN1U
Congrats to Guy Hill (MAEd, ’96) who was named to North Carolina’s DRIVE (Developing Representative & Inclusive Vision for Education) Task Force. Guy currently teaches English at Triton High School in Erwin, NC. https://www.ednc.org/drive-stands-for-developing-a-repres…/…
Congrats to Lauren Redman Johnson (MAEd, ’11) for being named the 2019-2020 Surry Central Teacher of the Year. Lauren teaches mathematics at Surry Central High School. https://www.mtairynews.com/…/surry-central-teacher-of-year-…
Congratulations to Emily Goodson (’07), Founder & CEO of CultureSmart in Santa Monica, CA, on being featured in WFU’s Alumni Personal & Career Development Center’s Deacon Spotlight. Emily is a graduate of the English education program. https://alumni.opcd.wfu.edu/deacon-spotlight/deacon-spotlight-emily-goodson/
Congrats to Guy Hill (’96, MAEd) on being honored at the 2020 NC Black History Month Celebration as a pioneering educator who has made groundbreaking contributions to our state. The event was held at the North Carolina Executive Mansion on February 11. Guy is currently an English teacher at Triton High School in Harnett County.