Wrong Kathryn Quigg?

Last Updated 2/11/2012

General Information

Employment History

Chair  - Wake County Board of Education

School Board  - Wake Forest University

President  - North Carolina Juvenile Services Association

Education

Masters of Education  - University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

B.A.  - English , Wake Forest University

Masters of Education  - University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

BA degree  - English , Wake Forest University

undergraduate degree  - Wake Forest University

Affiliations

Facilities, Program and Communications Committees  - Wake Forest University

School Board Member  - District 1

Board Member  - Carlyle Campbell Library at Meredith College

Board Member  - Raleigh Chamber of Commerce

Board Member  - Raleigh

Five-Year Member of the Human Rights Committee  - Whitaker School at Butner

Web References  

WCPSS: Quigg Chosen as School Board Chair

The Wake County Board of Education has unanimously selected District 2 Representative Kathryn Watson Quigg to serve as its Chairperson for the coming year.
The school board chose Quigg at its annual meeting on Monday. The Wake Forest resident succeeds District 9 Representative Bill Fletcher, who nominated Quigg for the position. Elected to the board of education in 1997, Quigg is a former teacher and mental health professional. he school board chose her as its Vice-Chair last year. Mrs. Quigg earned her undergraduate degree at Wake Forest University and her M.Ed. at UNC-Chapel Hill. Her district encompasses Northern and Eastern Wake County. The chair of the school board serves as its chief spokesperson and top liaison with other board members and the community. In accepting the new position, Mrs. Quigg said, "I promise to give this my best as I interact with other board members, the school system's staff, and our community."

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Kathryn Quigg, Wake County Board of Education

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WCPSS: Recognizing Success: Administration

Kathryn Watson Quigg, chair of the Wake County Board of Education, is one of 40 education leaders chosen to participate in the seventh annual Oxford Round Table in England.
Quigg is only one of nine people selected to make a formal presentation to the international group. The Round Table will be held Aug 3-8, at St. Antony's College, University of Oxford, England. Quigg's participation in the prestigious event has been entirely underwritten by Golden Corral Family Restaurants. Quigg plans to describe the Wake County Public School System's 'Road to Excellence.' She will discuss the success the school system has achieved by establishing a goal, aligning programs and resources and building community support to boost student achievement. During the past four years, student test scores have increased from 81 percent to almost 90 percent at or above grade level.

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