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Current 2015-2016 Grant Recipients

School

Amount

Teacher

Mars Hill Elementary

930.00

Donna Roberts

Mars Hill Elementary

600.00

Wendi Wolfner

Mars Hill Elementary

310.00  

Stepahanie Cody

Mars Hill Elementary

1400.00

Gwen Moore

Mars Hill Elementary

1315.00

Cynthia Mengel

Madison High School

1430.00

Heidi Summers

Madison Middle

850.00

Kerstin Davis

Hot Springs Elementary

1500.00

Connie Metcalf

Cane River Middle

500.00

Christy Deyton

Cane River Middle

827.00

Jessica Watts

Cane River Middle

950.00

Karen Gurley

East Yancey Middle

953.00

Eric Cedergren

East Yancey Middle

900.00

Mary Sapp

East Yancey Middle

400.00

April Ray Woody

Burnsville Elementary

997.00

Priscilla Dunn

Burnsville Elementary

1196.00

Julia Fox

Micaville Elementary

677.00

Karen Fox

Micaville Elementary

850.00

Pam Gibbs

Deyton Elementary

475.00

Kelli Chapman

Deyton Elementary

875.00

Kristie Autry

Gouge Elementary

450.00

Jenni Dellinger

Greenlee Primary

1400.00

Tamara Houchard

Mitchell High School

800.00

Greg Franklin

Leicester Elementary

373.00

Tammy Gregg

Leicester Elementary

443.00

Anita White

Leicester Elementary

1425.00

Caryn G Levy

North Buncombe High

1299.00

Jaime Stowe

Unicoi Middle

875.00

Shannon Blevins


North Carolina teachers are professionals who consistently and creatively inspire our state’s youth, usually stretching shoestring budgets or spending from their own pockets as they educate. In addition to instructing their students in academics, teachers serve as role models, boost self esteem, teach individual and community values, coach sports, lead clubs and stress the importance of education and its grounding effect on their future life’s work.

In addition to stimulating student participation, these diverse classroom projects, which frequently benefit the school and its greater community, integrate multiple academic subjects, cutting-edge technology, social awareness and multigenerational relationships.

Besides providing electric service to members, North Carolina’s rural electric cooperatives believe supporting teachers – and their bright ideas – is a vital part of their mission to improve the lives of the more than 2.5 million people they serve in 93 counties throughout the state.


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