Mr. Frank Wiggins

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Mr. Frank Wiggins

Welcome to Youngsville Elementary School, home of the Junior Jags!  

 

A quote by Carol Dweck reminds us that learning is not an accident but instead the result of confidence, perseverance, and hard work.  She said,“Love challenges, be intrigued by mistakes, enjoy effort and keep on learning.”  Great things happen when we set the bar high, inspire, teach, and encourage our children.  Youngsville Elementary School has an excellent tradition of doing just that. Over the years our school has been recognized for high student achievement and an unwavering commitment to making sure that all of our scholars grow academically, socially, and emotionally.  We continue to seek and implement new and innovative ways to prepare our students for a rapidly changing world. YES operates on a year round calendar which allows for continual learning, acceleration, and response to individual student needs. YES educators collaborate and leverage best practices to positively impact student learning.  Our school is here to serve this community. We welcome parent and community involvement. I hope you will get involved in school life and partner with us! Please follow the great things happening at YES on our school webpage, Facebook, and Twitter.

 

The theme for this school year is “Learning Will Take You Places.”  We are excited to see where the 2019-2020 journey takes us!  

 

Frank Wiggins, Principal

Ms. Cindy Miller-Walker

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Ms. Cindy Miller-Walker

Cindy Miller-Walker has served as the Assistant Principal at Youngsville Elementary for five years. She holds a Bachelor of Arts in Education from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill,  Academically and Intellectually Gifted Education Certification from East Carolina University, and a Master of School Administration from North Carolina State University. Ms. Miller- Walker’s tenure in education began as a kindergarten teacher in the Wake County Public School System, continued as a first grade teacher in the Charleston County School District, Charleston, South Carolina and returned to Wake County Public School system as a third grade teacher. She began her service in Franklin County Schools in 2002 at Youngsville Elementary as a third grade teacher before serving as the Academically and Intellectually Gifted resource teacher at Long Mill Elementary when it opened in 2008. Ms. Miller-Walker believes as Nelson Mandela once said, “Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world.” She is honored to serve as a leader with the scholars, staff, parents and community of Youngsville Elementary. She is the mother of two sons and one daughter.

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