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Caroline Tart

Agriculture Educator

West Craven High School

HQ Phone:  (252) 244-3200

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West Craven High School

2600 Streets Ferry Rd.

Vanceboro, North Carolina,28586

United States

Background Information

Employment History

President of the Rosewood FFA Chapter, Secretary of the Southeast FFA Region and An Officer

Wayne County Youth Grange


Student Teacher

West Carteret High School


State FFA Officer

North Carolina FFA Association


Affiliations

Sebastopol

Member


North Carolina State University

Student


Grantham Grange

Member


Education

North Carolina State University


Rosewood High school


Club Master Jacket

Southern States


teaching degree

N.C. State University


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www.newbernsj.com

While a long journey to health still remains for West Craven High School teacher Caroline Tart, she busted through a ...


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While a long journey to health still remains for West Craven High School teacher Caroline Tart, she busted through a roadblock early Tuesday.
While a long journey to health still remains for West Craven High School teacher Caroline Tart, she busted through a roadblock early Tuesday. Tart, who has been staying in the hospital in Chapel Hill for more than a month, received a new heart around 2:30 a.m. Tuesday morning. Warmack said that the doctors have a very positive outlook for Tart. Tart was diagnosed with cardiomyopathy at 10 and had a pacemaker put in at 14 but fell very ill during this past school season and found out that she would need a heart transplant. She is originally from Goldsboro and is a graduate of N.C. State. "Her mom had this same surgery nine years ago and they all hope that Caroline will have a better quality of life going forward much the same way," Warmack said. Though Tart is a bit of a newbie at West Craven, only having taught there for a year, she is loved and thought about often. West Craven had several fundraising efforts for Tart to help with her medical bills, namely a walk-a-thon which raised close to $9,000. Tart is 23 years old and is looking to go into her second year of teaching agriculture at West Craven.


www.newbernsj.com

Ms. Tart needs a heart: WCHS comes together for teacher
0604tart Caroline Tart, 23, is an agriculture teacher at West Craven High School. She is in the hospital awaiting a heart transplant. Caroline Tart has known for quite a while that she would have to see doctors and monitor the condition of her heart for much of the rest of her life. However, she didn't think that, at 23 years old, she would need a new one. The West Craven High School agriculture education teacher was diagnosed with cardiomyopathy at age 10. She had a pacemaker installed at 14 and said she started feeling back to normal from then on. Earlier this year, her first year teaching and first at West Craven, Tart began feeling ill and went to consult her cardiologist. The results were that she had atrial fibrillation (irregular heartbeat) and congestive heart failure, which made it necessary to receive a new heart. With that news, Tart now is living in the UNC Health Care Center in Chapel Hill until doctors can find a donor. Ms. Tart needs a heart: WCHS comes together for teacher By Jordan Honeycutt, Sun Journal Staff Caroline Tart has known for quite a while that she would have to see doctors and monitor the condition of her heart for much of the rest of her life. However, she didn't think that, at 23 years old, she would need a new one. The West Craven High School agriculture education teacher was diagnosed with cardiomyopathy at age 10. She had a pacemaker installed at 14 and said she started feeling back to normal from then on. Earlier this year, her first year teaching and first at West Craven, Tart began feeling ill and went to consult her cardiologist. The results were that she had atrial fibrillation (irregular heartbeat) and congestive heart failure, which made it necessary to receive a new heart. With that news, Tart now is living in the UNC Health Care Center in Chapel Hill until doctors can find a donor. "It's really hard because I was fine all through the rest of high school and college after I got my pacemaker at 14," she said. "Then it just changed so much and I started getting sick at the start of this past school season. "Missing everybody back there (at West Craven) has been the hardest part along with the time to sit here in the hospital and think that I'm waiting on someone else to die to get a heart." Tart is doing her best to remain positive and says that her doctors have told her that they are estimating late-June to mid-July before they think they will find a donor. "I really just don't have the words to express how their love and care makes me feel," Tart said. "I've only been there this one year and for them to care that much and raise so much is just very touching." Tart is originally from Goldsboro and went to Rosewood High School before earning her teaching degree from N.C. State University. Tart said she is not experiencing a lot of pain and feels great compared to when she was getting sick earlier in the school year. "My numbers that have to do with my heart really don't reflect the way I am feeling, which is frustrating," she said. Tart said it is the little things she is looking forward to the most when she finally does get her heart. "Just being able to somewhat eat what I want, watch movies with friends without someone checking on me every few hours and sleeping in my own bed without being woken up every few hours," she said. Tart keeps a blog of her journey at Ctarttalks.wordpress.com, where she updates others on how she is doing and her status. She knows she has some time on that journey still ahead before her ultimate goal of getting back to teaching, but cannot wait for some normalcy again. Ms. Tart needs a heart: WCHS comes together for teacher Most Recent Immigrants become citizens at ceremony in New Bern Ms. Tart needs a heart: WCHS comes together for teacher


www.wcti12.com

Heart for Tart, West Craven Middle School helps a teacher in need
Caroline Tart is a first year agricultural teacher at West Craven High School. At just 23-years-old, she suffers from Congestive Heart Failure and is in need of a heart replacement. Tart has used a pace maker since she was 14 years. She now finds herself waiting at the cardiac intensive care unit at Chapel Hill for a new heart. Teachers and friend, William Shaw, is hopeful that Caroline will find a heart soon. "Caroline is an extremely strong young lady, she had a tough heart spiritually.


www.newbernsj.com

After spending more than a month in a Chapel Hill hospital, West Craven High School teacher Caroline Tart received a new heart in early July.
Tart was diagnosed with cardiomyopathy at age 10 and had a pacemaker put in at 14 but fell very ill and needed a heart transplant. She is originally from Goldsboro and is a graduate of N.C. State. She only taught at West Craven for two years but was well liked. West Craven had several fundraisers for Tart to help with her medical bills, including a walk-a-thon that raised close to $9,000. Tart is in her early 20s and is looking to go into her second year of teaching agriculture at West Craven.


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