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Finalists for NCVPS Teacher of the Year Award

We would like to congratulate the following NCVPS teachers who have been named the three finalists in the NCVPS 2017-2018 Teacher of the Year Award selection process. Lydia Richmond – Credit Recovery English 1 Coston Daugherty – Earth and Environment Science Amy Lynn Rose – OCS English 1 Join us in congratulating them! These teachers…

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Dr. Adiaha Strange Receives the Exceptional Children Educator of Excellence Award

The 67th Conference on Exceptional Children was held November 15-17 at the Koury Convention Center. The EC Educator of Excellence Awards Ceremony was held on the evening of November 16 and recipients were presented their awards by the Director of the Exceptional Children Division, Bill Hussey, Deputy State Superintendent, Dr. Maria Pitre-Martin, and State Superintendent,…

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Success 101 Earns Quality Matters Certification

  NCVPS has successfully completed the Quality Matters review process for Success 101 and has earned Quality Matters certification in this course. QM certification indicates this course has met high-quality standards through an extensive course review process. Our Forensic Science Honors course has also earned QM certification this year. Quality Matters has previously certified our Spanish…

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NCVPS Teacher Sandy Waters Piper Selected to Participate Library of Congress Summer Institute

Congratulations, Sandy! This is wonderful news! NEWS from the LIBRARY of CONGRESS Local Educators to Participate in National Program Area educators have been selected from a pool of more than 300 applicants to participate in the Library of Congress Teaching with Primary Sources Summer Teacher Institute for the week of July 31–August 4, 2017. Each…

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2017 ELA of the Year Award Finalists Announced

NCVPS is pleased to announce its top four candidates for the 2017 E-learning Advisor (ELA) of the Year Award. NCVPS teachers and staff members nominated educators at the school and district level who have had a positive impact on their NCVPS students. Nominated ELAs employ innovative practices that can serve as a model for other…

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Meet Teryn Odom – 2017 NCVPS Teacher of the Year

Raleigh, March 28, 2017 — Teryn Odom has been named the 2017 NCVPS Teacher of the Year. NCVPS is extremely proud of her excellence in teaching as well as her leadership during her tenure with the organization. Please join us in congratulating her. NCVPS selects one teacher from a group of three finalists to represent…

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ELA OF THE YEAR NOMINEES 2017

Our search for this year’s E-Learning Advisor of the Year is underway! NCVPS teachers and staff members have nominated educators at the school or district level who have a positive impact on their NCVPS students. Nominations have included individuals working in various roles such as the e-learning advisor, lab facilitator, EC coordinator, data manager, principal,…

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NCVPS Teachers Present at UNC Charlotte Writing Project’s Spring Writing Conference

Karen Cardenas and Lydia Richmond, NCVPS English teachers, will present at the UNC Charlotte Writing Project’s Spring Writing Conference on April 27. Join Karen and Lydia in their session on research and writing tools. See the details below. Conference Details The UNC Charlotte Writing Project’s Spring Writing Conference will be held Thursday, April 27 at…

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