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A BIG SPARTAN WELCOME
A BIG SPARTAN WELCOME

Newly selected Kerr-Vance Academy Headmaster Frank Wiggins received a big welcome from students recently at the annual Back to School Bash. Wiggins, in the center of this photo, will take over his new job this fall. The Henderson resident is coming to KVA from Hawley Middle School in Granville County where he has been the principal.


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Teachers welcomed at annual New Teacher Institute

LOUISBURG -- As the summer winds down and teachers prepare to get back in their classrooms, school officials welcomed newcomers last week at the district's annual New Teacher Institute.
The three-day event was hosted at Franklinton High School from August 16 to 18 and provided just short of 85 beginning and veteran teachers new to Franklin County Schools with professional development opportunities and a head start as they begin their first year in FCS.


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Six new trustees join Louisburg College board

Six leaders with ties to Louisburg College have been tapped to be members of the Board of Trustees of the school, joining 26 others to oversee the only residential two-year college in North Carolina.
Trustees serve four-year terms. Their responsibilities include setting educational and financial policies and ensuring sound resource management of Louisburg College.


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Local youth named a high school scholar

The National Society of High School Scholars (NSHSS) has announced that Mykel T. Yancey of Louisburg has been selected to become a member the NSHSS. The Society recognizes top scholars who have demonstrated outstanding leadership, scholarship and community commitment. The announcement was made by NSHSS Founder and Chairman Claes Nobel, senior member of the family that established the Nobel Prizes.


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