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February 6, 1997
DANA BOHELER
Dana Boheler elected ;
State FHA/HERO VP
Dana Boheler, daughter of
Sharon and Dan Boheler of 116
Oveda Court, Grover, was re-
cently elected as the 1997-1998
North Carolina FHA /HERO
Vice President of Recognition.
She was elected while attending
a state officer team organiza-
tional meeting at the Adam's
Mark Winston Plaza, Winston-
Salem.
Dana also attended a Gender
Equity Training Meeting
January 31-February 2. A panel
discussion was conducted by
= people in non-traditional roles
such as a female mechanic, a
male florist, and female clergy
members. Keynote speakers
‘were Dr. June Atkinson of the
NC State Department of
Instruction and Patrick Grady
on "Being a Motivator...Even at
This Hour."
~ Dana, a junior at Kings
Mountain High School, is active
in the KMHS FHA, serving as
1996-1997 president. She is the
SWA regional officer for the
coming school year. She is also
a member of S.A.V.E. and active
with her church group.
Doris Jenkins KMMS
Teacher of the Month
Music Lab teacher Doris
Jenkins has been selected
Teacher of the Month at Kings
‘Mountain Middle School.
Prior to
coming to
Ki n gs
Mountain,
Jenkins
taught at D.F.
“School in
Edenton and
1 Kinard
Elementary
School in Clover, SC. She holds
a Bachelor of Arts degree from
Allen University in Columbia,
SC.
Jenkins has two sons, Ed and
Demetrius. She serves as
Minister of Music at Greater
Bethel AME Church in
Charlotte, is organist of
Fellowship Choir of Charlotte,
and accompanist to profession-
al soprano LuCile Ivey. She is a
member of the NCAE.
She was chosen as Teacher of
the Month because of her abili-
ty to motivate students and to
help students bring out their
hidden talents in music and to
develop an appreciation for
music in all students.
Jenkins said she chose teach-
ing as a profession because "I
enjoy working with young peo-
ple and to instill a love for the
art of music in all students."
KM High Class of 1977
needs student addresses
The KMHS, Class of 1977 is
planning a reunion May 31 and
needs the addresses of the fol-
lowing classmates. Anyone
with information may call
Deniece Stroupe Trivett at 739-
= 8105.
- Myra Barnett, Rebecca
Barnett Johnson, Kathleen
Brennan, Don Brooks, Mark
Brown, Francis Byers, Greg
Byers, Tim Byers, Alesia Wilson,
Elizabeth Childers, Deloris
Connor, Scottie Crocker,
Thomas Cronan, Cherry Davis,
= Al Eddins, Darryl Edwards,
- Rebecca Ellison, Lisa Freeman,
~ Hambright
“Monte
.. Stanley Gardner, Larry Gill,
Sandra Gladden Kiser, Franklin
Butch Keith, Tina
Truss, “Wanda
Hamrick, Sheila Hinton Duke,
Archie Holland, Joey Hope,
Hunter, Leonard
Huskey, Cindy Kiser Putnam,
Goare,
- Felicia Lockhart Banks, Althea
> McClain Brice, Danny McClain,
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Phillip Midkiff, Machell Mintz,
Janet Mitchem, Kevin
Morehead, Phillip Morrison,
: Wes Narron, Rita Patterson
Owens, Reggie Perkins, Donna
Reynolds Ward, Cynthia
-Salmons Boyd, Denneth Self,
Eddie Smith, Betty Turner
Taylor, Steve Taylor, Genia
“ Tessneer Moore, Patricia Truner
: Camp, Johnny Watson, Pamela
* West, Patricia Williams, Roger
Wood, Kay Wright, Richard
Ross. A
I Year.
Walker High
Kings Mountain High
School's Teacher of the Year
Nelson Conner got in the teach-
ing profession nearly 20 years
after he graduated from college
but after five years loves it.
Conner, English teacher and
head of the English department,
was named by the faculty
Monday as 1997 Teacher of the
He was also voted
Teacher of the Month for
January.
One of the extra pleasant as-
pects of his job is working one-
on-one with two students
studying English as a second
language. Sacha Tyler, formerly
of Germany, has been in this
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THE KINGS MOUNTAIN HERALD
Nelson Conner selected KMHS Teacher of the Year
country seven months and he
and his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Howard Tyler, live in Shelby.
Han Van, a Vietnamese student,
has been in Kings Mountain
three years with her mother and
stepfather. Huong Trinh and
Cam Truong.
Conner first joined the KMHS
faculty as teacher of exceptional
children. His rapport with the
students has carried over into
the regular classroom.
A 1967 graduate of Kings
Mountain High School and a
1972 graduate of N.C. State
University, Conner said he nev-
er dreamed he'd enjoy teaching
school. Now he teams with
Sally Hendricks in the SAT
Preparatory Course and in-
structs two sections of English I
with the End of Course test and
two days of English instruction
as Second Language. He is a
member of the school improve-
ment team, a mentor for initial-
ly licensed teachers, a member
of the District Task Force on
Character Education., a member
of the Renaissance Card Club
Committee and co-chair of the
ABC committee with Kathy
Goforth. He is a member of the
area board of Cleveland Center.
Conner challenges his stu-
dents to look at themselves,
plan, share and care about each
other. He said his goal is to pre-
sent materials from his own ex-
periences and that of others in
which the student can relate to
his or her life.
Conner is married to Hallie
Blanton and they have two chil-
dren, Liza Dellinger and David
Blanton and are active in First
Presbyterian Church.
Conner said the ideal class-
room is one with 20 students or
less. "That way teachers can get
to know the students better and
work with them individually,”
he said.
Conner says he counts his
blessings daily for a close knit
family, church and friends.
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