Remembering 9/11 :: September 11, 2001

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5 years: Jim Hippensteel, history instructor, was among the Southwestern Community College employees honored for five years of service during Welcome Back Day festivities on Aug. 13. Others with five years of service who aren’t pictured are Scott Clontz, advertising and graphic design instructor; Lisa Fisher, coordinator of advertising and graphic design; Tyler Norris Goode, director of public relations; Josh Goodman, grounds technician; Darrell Mc- Daniels, forestry conservation and firefighting instructor at Oconaluftee Job Corps; and Matthew Shirey, carpentry instructor for Jackson County Schools (HUB).

 

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Delaney Holloway decided to venture into the public education field because she strongly believes that every child should have access to a quality education. It is because of that belief and dedication that Holloway has been named the Macon County Teacher of the Year.

“I have said many times that I feel that the level of teachers and personnel in my school and in my county is of the highest quality,” said Holloway. “Having a group of people which I admire so much nominate me for this distinction is humbling. I am so impressed by the skill and dedication I see from my coworkers every day. I am truly so proud to work in the school system in which I do and to call the teachers in this county my colleagues.”

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When Governor Pat McCrory signed the state’s new budget into law earlier this month, local school districts knew to expect budget cuts, but just how severe was unknown, until now.

Jackson County Superintendent Dr. Michael Murray informed his board that the recently approved state budget will force the county to exhaust the district’s fund balance to balance the books.

Murray explained that through the efforts of the previous administration, the school board, and administrators not rehiring, Jackson County has been able to save approximately $1.6 million for the district’s fund balance. “We have been using these “rainy day dollars” to maintain our programs/teacher assistants etc., without having to ask the county commissioners for additional dollars during my last three board budget presentations,” said Murray. “We have only asked them to hold us harmless without having to lay off any employees.”

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SiteDart sponsors area students at this year’s Leadercast

With the theme of the 2014 Leadercast being "Beyond You," SiteDart sponsored teens from across WNC and invited them to attend the event, free of charge, to offer them the opportunity to expand the Beyond You mindset into their schools and community.

Beyond You is a heartbeat, a mindset, a critical behavior, an important thread in the fabric of a leader. It’s central to becoming a leader worth following, and that was the message that this year’s Leadercast event conveyed to all who attended.

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