The Mu Chapter of Delta Kappa Gamma Society International recently welcomed four new members, Malinda Pennington, Kimberly Lehnes, Jenny Hayes and Luretta Hardy-Belfield.

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The Mu Chapter of Delta Kappa Gamma Society International recently welcomed four new members, Malinda Pennington, Kimberly Lehnes, Jenny Hayes and Luretta Hardy-Belfield.

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The Mu Chapter of Delta Kappa Gamma Society International recently welcomed four new members.

Malinda Pennington is an exceptional children’s teacher at Wilson County Schools, an adjunct instructor at Barton College and a trainer for the Teach Autism Program.

Kimberly Lehnes is a science teacher at Rocky Mount Academy, an adjunct instructor at Nash Community College and a Science Olympiad coach.

Jenny Hayes is principal of Hearne Elementary School in Wilson County, a graduate of the Distinguished Leadership and Practice Program and member of the Grant Committee for the Barton College-Wilson Partnership.

Luretta Hardy-Belfield is assistant principal of Darden Middle School in Wilson County and a former math teacher at Edwards Middle School, where she was named Teacher of the Year.