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WITN’S Teacher of the Week: Jennifer Rice of Fred A. Anderson Elementary


WITN’S Teacher of the Week: Patricia Griffin at Jamesville Elementary


WITN’S Teacher of the Week: Helen Lewis of Pink Hill Elementary School


WITN’S Teacher of the Week: Ashley Welsh of Warsaw Elementary School


WITN’S Teacher of the Week: Kathy Tew of Saint Peter Catholic School


WITN’S Teacher of the Week: Cheri Smith Tate of Mattamuskeet Elementary School


WITN’S Teacher of the Week: Christi Johnson of Snow Hill Primary


WITN’S Teacher of the Week: Lois Toler of Williamston Primary School


WITN’S Teacher of the Week: Jessie Jordan of Chocowinity Primary School


WITN’S Teacher of the Week: Helen Vines of Ayden Elementary School


WITN’S Teacher of the Week: Toni Morris from Vanceboro Farm Life Elementary School


WITN’S Teacher of the Week: Ginny Collins from Pitt County Early College High School


WITN’S Teacher of the Week: Brandy Council of John Cotten Tayloe


WITN’S Teacher of the Week: Kelly Guy of BF Grady Elementary School


WITN Teacher of the Week: Felicia Martin from Lakeforest Elementary School


TEACHER OF THE WEEK: Crystal Hodges of La Grange Elementary School


TEACHER OF THE WEEK: Chrissy Biggs of Creswell Elementary


WITN’S Teacher of the Week: Ashley Piner of Chocowinity Primary


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