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Franklin County Schools appoints new academic executive director

Franklin County Schools is proud to announce the hiring of a veteran school administrator as the new Executive Director of Secondary and Career & Technical Education (CTE).

Dr. Danyelle Parker has served as CTE Program Manager for Winston-Salem Forsyth County Schools since 2016. In addition to her district office experience, she has school administration experience as a middle school principal and high school principal, as well as assistant principal. Dr. Parker began her career in education as a middle school business education teacher and later a high school business education teacher. She has 22 years of combined experience as a CTE teacher and school administrator during which time she worked in Nash-Rocky Mount Schools, Wake County Public Schools, Yadkin County Schools and Winston-Salem Forsyth County Schools.

“Dr. Parker’s expertise in career and technical education will help ensure that all of our students are career ready and college prepared by designing innovative and engaging learning opportunities,” said Dr. Rhonda Schuhler, Superintendent of Franklin County Schools.

Parker earned a bachelor of arts degree in business administration from Winston-Salem State University, a master of education degree from East Carolina University (ECU), a master of school administration degree from North Carolina State University, an educational specialist (EdS) degree in administration and supervision from ECU, and a doctorate of education from Gardner-Webb University.

 

Franklin County Schools hires director of alternative programs

 Franklin County Schools is proud to announce that a veteran alternative learning administrator  has been hired as its new Director of Alternative Programs.

Cleo Evans, of Rocky Mount, will be responsible for implementing and maintaining alternative student programs and services in accordance with District and state of North Carolina objectives. The director serves as the administrator of Vine Academy in Franklinton.

“We are excited to welcome Ms. Evans to her new leadership position,” said Dr. Rhonda Schuhler, Superintendent of Franklin County Schools. “Her passion and commitment to the success of all students made her a clear choice for the position. This passion and commitment will translate into her new role, which has the ultimate goal of promoting a supportive environment with high expectations for students who participate in alternative programming.”

Evans has been the Hope Alternative Learning Administrator for Edgecombe County Schools since 2014. She has also served as a classroom teacher, literacy coach, member of the North Carolina Alternative Learning Board and Vice President of the North Carolina Association of Alternative Learning. She earned a bachelor of arts degree in history from North Carolina Wesleyan College in Rocky Mount, as well as a master of education degree from Cambridge College in Chesapeake, VA.

The Director of Alternative Programs position will allow Evans to build upon her previous experiences to create a culture in which every student will learn and experience success that will prepare them for the world beyond the classroom.

 

Franklin County Schools appoints two new assistant principals at FHS

Franklin County Schools is proud to announce that two new Assistant Principals have been hired for Franklinton High School for the 2019-2020 school year.

Irving Glenn II is a veteran educator with an associate’s degree in teacher education from Mount Olive University, a bachelor’s in elementary education from Fort Hays State University in Kansas, a master’s in elementary education from North Carolina State University and is completing a doctorate in educational leadership from East Tennessee State University. Most recently, Glenn served as assistant principal at Southern Nash Middle School and assistant principal at Tar River Academy, both in the Nash-Rocky Mount School District. He has also been a high school social studies teacher, middle school interventionist and elementary school teacher.

Danielle Lassiter previously served as an exceptional children teacher and teacher assistant with Franklin County Schools. She has been a middle school math teacher, behavior support teacher and administrative intern with Wake County Schools. She earned a bachelor of arts in communication from North Carolina State University, a master of business administration from Strayer University and a post-master’s certificate in school administration from Gardner-Webb University. 

“We are excited to welcome Mr. Glenn and Ms. Lassiter to their new leadership positions within our District,” said Dr. Rhonda Schuhler, Superintendent of Franklin County Schools. “Although they have unique backgrounds, they both share a wealth of experiences and achievements that they will bring to Franklinton High School. We anticipate they will complement the existing leadership team as they build upon the current environment of excellence in learning and teaching.”