Knight recognized for building relationships that matter
Louisburg High School (LHS) Teacher Kenitra Knight, middle, was recognized Monday, November 4th for the positive impact she makes on the lives of her students and colleagues through the building of relationships that matter.
Franklin County Schools Superintendent Rhonda Schuhler, left, and LHS Principal Melissa Thomas, right, presented Ms. Knight with high-praise and a #relationshipsmatter t-shirt.
Ms. Knight teaches American History I and II. She is also a STEM teacher, as well as a cheerleading coach.
“She does a wonderful job building relationships with her students and staff,” Ms. Thomas said. “Her lessons are engaging and relevant, and she is always positive and smiling.”
Dr. Schuhler has been shining the spotlight on FCS’ employees during the 2019-2020 academic year who are connecting with students, parents and coworkers to make a positive difference in their educational environment and overall life.
“Relationships are about accountability and challenging students to continue to grow and challenge themselves to be their personal best,” Schuhler said. “To do this, we need to set expectations high.”