l ocal V .( '. Department of Transportation employees Ernest Full
Hood (left), and Ernie Evans Here District SV delegates represent
ing Itrnnswick County recently at the 1991 State Employees As
sociation iX.C. Convention in Charlotte. Doug 1 1 all, also a local
DOT employee, garnered a Certificate of Outstanding Service for
Publicity ( hair anil the award for District Correspondent of the
School Board Approves
At ihc closc of its Sept. 9 and 10
uncling, ihc Brunswick County
Buaul of Education approved a
large number of personnel actions,
including the hiring ol additional
teachers lot the current school term.
? lined Rebecca Harris, interim
academically gifted teacher, Bolivia
llementary; Susan Morgan, interim
vtKational special populations coor
< t uiati >r. West Brunswick High; and
lacquelyn Quaranto, interim career
explorations teacher, South
Uiunswick Middle; Ihelnia Brown,
interiiii thera|K*utic assistant. West
liruuswick: larlene l-'ullwood, su
lci mi therapeutic assistant. South
Biunsuick Middle; Laurie Sillings,
teacher assistant, South|H)rt
Also, Katherine Dudek, interim
sixth grade science teacher. South
Brunswick Middle: Darrell Cheers,
seventh grade science teacher,
Shallotte Middle; Veronica Crow I,
interim sixth grade teacher. South
Brunswick middle: Cathy Milligan,
interim early childhood teacher,
Southpori Elementary; Bonita
I'helps, interim early childluMKl
teacher, Lincoln Primary; Margaret
Hughes, interim teacher assistant.
Soulhport Elementary; Marisa
Cause, interim Chapter 1 teacher
assistant, Leland Middle and
Lincoln Primary; Beverly Butler, in
Icrim leather assisiant. Union
Primary; Teresa Bryant and LoVatta
Rohhins, leather assistants, Lincoln
Primary; and David Ingram, custo
dian, South Brunswick Middle.
?Contracted with Johnnie Green to
teach dance one hour daily ai North
Brunswick High School:
?Accepted the resignations of
Carlton Sligh, assistant principal.
West Brunswick, effective Aug. 31;
Kay Edwards, fifth grade teacher,
Lcland Middle; Karen Wagoner,
language arts teacher. South
Brunswick Middle; and Alma
Clifton, custodian, Shallotte
?Approved leaves lor Francos
Nance, sixth grade teacher. South
Brunswick Middle; Margia Leach,
fifth grade teacher, Lcland Middle;
Annie Mitchell, dropout/JTPA coor
dinator; and Carole Bradley, teacher
assistant. Union Primary;
? Approved disability for Wade
Hensley, a maintenance depart
ment worker; Dismissed
Deborah Mapson, teacher assis
tant. Lincoln Primary;
?Transferred custodian George
Edwards from Lcland Middle and
Lincoln Primary to North
Brunswick High and Lincoln
? Approved 31 substitute teach
Si Jaiiu- the Fisherman
Epixopal < "hureh
.?miitniin.x'.s \Si_- *
ITS FIRST ANNUAL^
MAINE LOBSTER SALE
Hundreds Of Prime Main< ? h>hsters Flown
Into Brunswick County For This Sole
LIVE LOBSTERS ONLY $8.95 EACH
I 'erfevlly cookcd Lobsters: Add $1 .00 (it the door.
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1991
ORDER YOi R LOBSTERS EARLY!
IVIephono 919-754-9313 or 842-8498 (after 6:30 I\\l>
St. J.inn.'.- The Fisherman Episcopal Church
4941 Main St.. liu.-iness Ihvy. 17. Shallotte, NC
Mail vuui urdei form with payment so it is received bv November 9, 1991
Tickets will be held at the door on all mail orders
Lobsters must be purchased in advance *
Name Number of lobsters ?> $8* each
Addn-.- Amount enclosed
Phone nu inber Make check payable to St James the Fisherman ?
I Ail proceeds go to .St. Juiie- the Fisherman Building Fundi
Fine Seafood & Steaks
Located on East Second Street
Ocean Isle Beacli
Monday Night Football
Food & Drink Specials
Friday & Saturday
Dining & Dancing
C '?( B'U- O BL* ON
A group ol Brunswick County educators
plans to travel one Saturday next month to
Aiken. S.C., to \i\it a model sciencc education
The trip to the Ruth Patrick Science
Kducalion Center at the University ol South
Carolina at Aiken was lirst proposed several
months ago by hoard member Robert Slockctt.
The center was lormcd three years ago and is just
now moving into a facility ol its own.
The Brunswick County Kducalion
Foundation. Slockctt and a small group ol sci
ence teachers called the Science Alliance have
proposed development ol a similar center in
Brunswick County, one that would draw on com
munity resources and talent to enrich math, sci
ence and technology instruction. Slockctt says
the center can be developed without use ol local
government lunds, drawing on industrial and
community support and grants.
Gloria Yount, stall development director lor
the schools, and Mose Lewis, assistant superin
tendent for curriculum, were recently assigned as
stall liaison for the project. They met recently
with Science Alliance members and dccidcd to
seek board endorsement for the trip and lor a sec
ond project already in the planning stages: com
pilation ol a community resource guide for sci
cncc classroom teacliers. Board members also
agreed to thai project.
Meanwhile, the status of a S7.300 "grant" in
tlie school system budget to the Brunswick
County Education Foundation is hi question.
At the request ol kudi Fallon, school system
finance officer, the hoard directed its attorney,
Cilen Peterson, to review the legality ol the grant
and how it can Ik- s|>cnt.
Slockcll, who was in pari rcs|M>nsihle lor
having the item placed in the budget, said prece
dent exists in oilier school systems lor giving
budget money to a local education foundation.
He said Executive Director Gene Causby ol the
N.C. School Boards Association doesn't have
any objections to it either.
"There's nothing illegal or unethical about
it." said Slockett.
He also claimed there are examples ol the lo
cal school system providing similar support to
other non-profit organizations.
Slockett wants the grant to be used to provide
clerical support to tlie science center project.
However. Mrs. Fallon said she had received
an opinion from the state attorney general's of
fice indicating the gill U> the BCF.F would be an
illegal use ol governmental funds lor a non-gov
ern mental purpose. Because ol that, she said she
could mil recommend expenditures of thai line
items "regardless ol precedent..."
In another loundalion matter, BCEF
Presulent James Hardy distributed llyers to board
members that describe the group's role and in
tended relationship to the Brunswick County
Board ol l-.ducation.
"We're a mediator, a broker, not a IT A, not a
fundraiser," lie said. "We don't do anything until
we're asked to do something."
Klscwhere in the suite, he said, school sys
tems have invested funds and other resources in
helping local educational foundations.
Meanwhile. BCF.F committee member and
parent volunteer Jan Hurley ol Southport is look
ing for volunteers across the county to help ex
pand an altcr-school science enrichment program
being offered at Southport l.lcineniary Schixtl lor
the second year this fall
Coordinated through Hands-on-Science
Outreach Inc., the program oilers small classes
lor students in grades kindergarten through five
with an emphasis on one-on-one interaction.
More information lor volunteers or parents ol
prospective students is available Irom Mrs. l air
ley at 457-4917.
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