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WITN's Teacher of the Week: Erin Lembke of Havelock High School


WITN’S Teacher of the Week: Amanda Smith of Eastern Elementary School


WITN’S Teacher of the Week: Tracey Tate of EJ Hayes Elementary School


WITN’S Teacher of the Week: Jennifer Sumerlin of Chicod School


WITN’S Teacher of the Week: John Becker of EB Frink Middle School


WITN’S Teacher of the Week: Jackie Lewis from Warsaw Elementary


WITN’s Teacher of the Week: Hope Pierce of Wintergreen Primary


WITN’s Teacher of the Week: Mr. Mike Jones of Creswell High School


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


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