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BOE recognizes students and staff at March meeting
BOE recognizes students and staff at March meeting
Posted on 03/15/2017
BOE recognizes students and staff at March meetingThe Johnston County Board of Education recognized several outstanding staff and students at their March 14 meeting. 

Every month students and employees who have demonstrated excellence in the classroom, in athletics, in schools, or in the community are recognized by the board. 


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The Johnston County Board of Education recognized the Certified and Classified Employees of the Month at their March Meeting. Steve Moats (left), a history teacher at Clayton High, was recognized as the Certified Employee of the Month. Maribel Arriaga (right), a Title I Part C Migrant Education Interpreter/Data Administrator, was recognized as the Classified Employee of the Month. 

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The Johnston County Board of Education recognized North Johnston High student athlete Dylan Pinder (left) and Corinth Holders High student athlete Austin Carroll (right), students who were indoor track and field state champions, at their March meeting. 

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The Johnston County Board of Education recognized the first place Middle School Battle of the Books team from Meadow School. Those who were recognized on the front row (from left) are Reagan Williford and Ryan Hudson. Those who were recognized on the second row (from left) are  Elizabeth Ayala and Lyda Boone. Those who were recognized on the third row (from left) are Adam Miller, Elvira Perez, Scarlet Hernandez-Vargas, and Rett Adams. Those who were recognized on the back row (from left) are Emma Stewart, coach Rhonda Langston, coach Leslie Barefoot, and Anna Knowles. 

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The Johnston County Board of Education recognized students who demonstrated the Character Education Trait of “Integrity” during the month of March. The students who were recognized on the front row (from left) are Brooke Hines from East Clayton Elementary, Nehemiah LaFortune from Four Oaks Elementary, Roberto Cruz Loredo from McGee’s Crossroads Elementary, and Quincy Dickens from Glendale-Kenly Elementary. On the back row is Annah Kate Lassiter from Four Oaks Middle. 

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