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STAFF PHOTO BY EKIC CARLSON
f ireplugs and dogs seem to go together, especially if they happen to he dalmatians like Sugar and
( andy, who stopped to admire this bright red specimen in Shallotte with their owner, Valerie Sprinkle
The Brunswick County Board of
Education approved routine person
nel actions Monday following a
closed door session to discuss per
sonnel and attorney-client matters.
Hired were Bonnie Stanley, Shal
lotte, elementary teacher. Union Ele
mentary; Tamara Walser, Wrights
ville Beach, interim French teacher.
Supply Elementary; Shirley John
son. Long Beach, teacher assistant.
Southport Elementary; and Carrie
Smith. Bolivia, four-hour custodian.
South Brunswick High.
Also, John Pruitt. Shallotte. half
time English and social studies
teacher. South Brunswick High;
Michelle Fuit. Holden Beach, inter
im elementary teacher. Union Ele
mentary; and Carla Bass of Ocean
Isle Beach, interim elementary
teacher, Waccamaw Elementary.
The hoard approved the Jan. 1,
1994, retirement of Robert Hurst of
Ocean Isle Beach, art teacher at
Bolivia Elementary; short-term dis
ability for Marguerite York of Shal
lotte, French teacher at Supply Ele
mentary; medical leave for a central
office accounting clerk and a Union
Elementary teacher assistant; ex
tended employment for teacher as
sistant Tonya Pigott at Union Ele
mentary; and the Nov. 15 return
from leave by Sybil Mitchell, com
putet support specialist. Supply Ele
mentary; and 13 substitute teachers.
The Crary School, a private
school in Shallotte, has announced
iis honor roll tor the first nine-week
To be recognized, students must be
in at least the fourth grade and earn a
grade point average of 3.5 or better
on a 4.0 scale. Honor roll students are
taken to dinner and a movie.
They are: eighth grade, Graham
lossi, 3.6; seventh, Dow William
son, 3.5, David Candela, 3.5; sixth,
Taylor Sheeley, 3.7, Beau Watkins,
3.5; fifth, Justin Davis, 3.7, Jessica
McCa!l, 3.5, Deke Williamson, 3.5;
fourth, Stephen Johnson, 3.87, Jon
Ramos, 3.75, James Fort, 3.75.
The Crary School Student Coun
cil held its first meeting on Oct. 27
and discussed many issues concern
ing the students, according to a news
Recently elected to the student
council were Dow Williamson, pres
ident; Tambi Cron, vice president;
Ginger Clayton, secretary; and Fitz
gerald Hall, treasurer.
Class representatives are Jerry
Laster, first and second; Alexandra
Morrison, third; Harris Ligon,
fourth; Deke Williamson, fifth; Tay
lor Sheeley, sixth; and Graham lossi,
seventh and eighth.
Crary School students are plan
ning a trip to Washington, D.C.,
Nov. 18-20. Arlington National Ce
metery, The Smithsonian Institute
and George Washington's estate at
Mount Vernon, Va., are among the
places they will visit.
"safe and unsinkable"
Dinner Meeting Will Mark New Start For Foundation
John Dornan, executive director of the Public School
Forum of North Carolina, will he guest speaker Monday
at a dinner meeting of the Brunswick County Edu
cational Foundation (BCFF).
The meeting will he held at the Jones/Byrd
Clubhouse at Sea Trail Plantation. Sunset Beach, with
dinner at 7 p.m. and a si>cial hour starting at 6 p.m.
According to Bob Slockett. BCFF executive direc
tor. the meeting marks the launching of a revitalized
BCFF is a nonprofit partnership corporation involv
ing leaders of business, education, government and com
munity working together to initiate and support projects
that encourage and promote quality education.
In recent months the foundation has won pledges of
support from both the Brunswick County Board of
Education and Brunswick County Board of Com
Dornan. the speaker, is a nationally known advocate
tor better schools. He will he joined by directors of
school/business partnerships in several counties to share
successful school improvement projects implemented in
those communities. A question and answer period will
A brief organizational meeting is planned to approve
a board of directors, which will meet after the panel dis
cussion to elect officers.
While some invitations have been sent, the meeting
is open to other foundation supporters. Dinner reserva
tions are required by calling Joe Brust. deputy director,
at 57')-5564, or Slockctt at 27S-57 (>2.
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