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School employees honored at banquet

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Members of the Nash-Rocky Mount Association of Educational Office Professionals include, from left, Carrie Lucas, Evelyn Bowens, Gwendolyn Williams, Barbara Harvey, Nancy Durham, Rhonda Brown and Terence Pittman.

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From Contributed Reports

Saturday, May 27, 2017

Members of the Nash-Rocky Mount Association of Educational Office Professionals recently attended the N.C. Association of Educational Office Professionals conference and banquet in Winston-Salem.

Several Nash-Rocky Mount Public Schools employees were honored during the banquet for their recent achievements within N.C. Association of Educational Office Professionals.

The following individuals were recognized for being selected as officers for the local N.C. Association of Educational Office Professionals chapter: President — Carrie Lucas, Vice President — Barbara Harvey, Secretary — Milton Battle, Treasurer — Aljeana Whitaker and Historian — Terence Pittman.

Several NRMPS employees were also selected to officer positions for the N.C. Association of Educational Office Professionals District 11: District President — Gwendolyn Williams, District Secretary — Milton Battle, District Treasurer — Evelyn Bowens and District Historian — Terence Pittman.

Carrie Lucas, executive administrative assistant to Nash-Rocky Mount Superintendent Dr. Shelton Jefferies, also was selected as the N.C. Association of Educational Office Professionals State Secretary.

Many Nash-Rocky Mount employees also received recognition for achieving various levels of the Professional Standard Program Certification, including Nancy Durham — Advanced Associate III, Barbara Harvey — Advanced Associate III, Evelyn Bowens — Professional Associate, Barbara Harvey — Advanced Associate III, Carrie Lucas — Computer Technology, Terence Pittman — Professional Associate and Natalie Robinson — Masters.

“I am proud of each NRMPS office professional who is serving as an officer on the local, regional and state level with NCAEOP. I am also proud of their achievements and certifications obtained through NCAEOP as they receive top notch professional development that both challenges and grows them as professionals,” Jefferies said.

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