North Carolina Newspapers

    October 20, 1993
THE NEWS-JOURNAL
Raeford, N.C.
Hoke High’s Deborah Davis named Hoke Teacher of the Year
Deborah Davis
Deborah Faye Davis, a Home Eco
nomics teacher at Hoke High School,
was named Hoke County’s Teacher of
the Year. Davis, a graduate of N.C.
Central University, is in her 17th year of
teaching, all 17 of them in Hoke County.
The workaholic is at school by 6:30
a.m. and usually doesn’t leave until after
6:30 p.m. But it’s her treatment of stu
dents that stands out. “1 treat every stu
dent that comes into my classroom, and
even the students just in my midst — I
treat them with lots of love and care. I
give them my undivided attention,” she
says.
“I stress the importance of education,
of putting goals first and .setting high
goals.
“1 give them the feeling that they are
intelligent and can do anything they
want to if they just try it,” she says.
Davis is a Raeford native who re
turned. She lives with her mother, Sal lie
L. Davis, who she described as “defi
nitely my backbone — she supports me
highly.”
Active in several Home Economics-
related organizations, she has helped
write twocurriculums used in N.C. pub
lic schools: food and nutrition and Fu
ture Homemakers of America-Home
Econom ics Related Occupations (FH A-
HERO) leadership.
She says the highlight of her career
came last year when she was recognized
at the state and national level as a master
advisor lor her role in helping two stu
dents (Ann Richards and Missy Barker)
attain state FHA-HERO office.
Davis was selected by an interview
team comprised of faculty representa
tives from all Hoke schools. She was
chosen from Teachers of the Year at
each school.
Other Teachers of the Year are:
•Mary M. Bounds, J.W. McLauchlin
Elementary. She too is in her 17th year
and teaches second grade. She is a gradu
ate of Pembroke State University.
•Vicki Bennett Szwaja, South Hoke
Elementary. In her sixth year,she teaches
kindergarten and first grade. She holds a
Business Administration degree from
Richmond Community College, and a
B.S. degree in Early Childhood and a
masters in Elementary Education from
Pembroke State University.
•Audrey Dunkley, East Hoke Middle
School. She is in her 24th year and
teaches eighth grade Communication
Skills and Social Studies. She holds a
master’s degree from Fayetteville State
University and a B.S. degree from Ar
kansas University.
•Kim Tuttle, Upchurch Elementary.
In her fifth year, she teaches first grade.
She holds an Early Childhood, K-4 de
gree from L NC-Wilmington.
•Clarrie Miles, West Hoke Elemen
tary. In her 15th year, she teaches a fifth
grade self-contained class. She holds a
B.S. degree from Eayetteville State Uni
versity.
•Ruby L. Goodman, West Hoke
(See TEACHERS, page 6)
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