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WITN’S Teacher of the Week: Walter Upthegrove of Pink Hill Elementary


WITN’S Teacher of the Week: Kristin Stroud of Moss Hill Elementary


WITN’S Teacher of the Week: Joanne Sutzko of White Oak Elementary


WITN’S Teacher of the Week: Christi Clark of Queens Creek Elementary School


WITN’S Teacher of the Week: Christine Natividad of Chicod School


WITN’s Teacher of the Week: Melissa Clinkscales of Bath Elementary


WITN’S Teacher of the Week: Loreen Sumner of East Duplin High School


WITN’S Teacher of the Week: Dr. Rita Joyner of Lenoir County Early College High School


WITN’S Teacher of the Week: Christina King of Ridgewood Elementary School


WITN’S Teacher of the Week: J’celyn Bryson of Ayden-Grifton High School


WITN’S Teacher of the Week: Jared Adams of Northside High School


WITN’S Teacher of the Week: Rachel Roccuzzo of Vanceboro Farm Life Elementary School


WITN’S Teacher of the Week: Amanda Davis of Pactolus Elementary


WITN’S Teacher of the Week: Robin Mewborn from Kenansville Elementary


WITN’S Teacher of the Week: Donna Wynn from EJ Hayes Elementary School


WITN’S Teacher of the Week: Bill Gore from Washington High School


WITN’S Teacher of the Week: Timothy Longest from Sam D Bundy in Pitt County


WITN’S Teacher of the Week: Angela Lippy from Liberty Christian Academy


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