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Executive Director

Roanoke River Valley Education Consortium


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The News & Observer


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www.hendersondispatch.com

The Roanoke River Valley Education Consortium recently signed a formal three-year partnership with the North Eastern North Carolina Teach for America spanning from September 2011 to June 2014. Seated at the table are (from left) Robyn Fehrman, Teach of America Executive Director and Ray Spain, president of the Roanoke River Valley Education Consortium. Those pictured standing are (from left) Elie Bracy, superintendent of Weldon City Schools, Eric Bracy, superintendent of Northampton County Schools, Sammie Campbell-Parrish, executive director of the Roanoke River Valley Education Consortium, and Andrew Lakis, Teach for America director of District and Community Partnerships.


www.hendersondispatch.com

The Roanoke River Valley Education Consortium recently signed a formal three-year partnership with the North Eastern North Carolina Teach for America spanning from September 2011 to June 2014. Seated at the table are (from left) Robyn Fehrman, Teach of America Executive Director and Ray Spain, president of the Roanoke River Valley Education Consortium. Those pictured standing are (from left) Elie Bracy, superintendent of Weldon City Schools, Eric Bracy, superintendent of Northampton County Schools, Sammie Campbell-Parrish, executive director of the Roanoke River Valley Education Consortium, and Andrew Lakis, Teach for America director of District and Community Partnerships.
Those pictured standing are (from left) Elie Bracy, superintendent of Weldon City Schools, Eric Bracy, superintendent of Northampton County Schools, Sammie Campbell-Parrish, executive director of the Roanoke River Valley Education Consortium, and Andrew Lakis, Teach for America director of District and Community Partnerships.


www.newsobserver.com

BY SAMMIE PARRISH
BY SAMMIE PARRISH Sammie Parrish, an independent education consultant, serves as executive director of the Roanoke River Valley Education Consortium, based in Warrenton. The views expressed here are her own.


www.hendersondispatch.com

The Roanoke River Valley Education Consortium recently signed a formal three-year partnership with the North Eastern North Carolina Teach for America spanning from September 2011 to June 2014. Seated at the table are (from left) Robyn Fehrman, Teach of America Executive Director and Ray Spain, president of the Roanoke River Valley Education Consortium. Those pictured standing are (from left) Elie Bracy, superintendent of Weldon City Schools, Eric Bracy, superintendent of Northampton County Schools, Sammie Campbell-Parrish, executive director of the Roanoke River Valley Education Consortium, and Andrew Lakis, Teach for America director of District and Community Partnerships. | Education consortium partners with Teach for America group | full story
The Roanoke River Valley Education Consortium recently signed a formal three-year partnership with the North Eastern North Carolina Teach for America spanning from September 2011 to June 2014. Seated at the table are (from left) Robyn Fehrman, Teach of America Executive Director and Ray Spain, president of the Roanoke River Valley Education Consortium. Those pictured standing are (from left) Elie Bracy, superintendent of Weldon City Schools, Eric Bracy, superintendent of Northampton County Schools, Sammie Campbell-Parrish, executive director of the Roanoke River Valley Education Consortium, and Andrew Lakis, Teach for America director of District and Community Partnerships. Those pictured standing are (from left) Elie Bracy, superintendent of Weldon City Schools, Eric Bracy, superintendent of Northampton County Schools, Sammie Campbell-Parrish, executive director of the Roanoke River Valley Education Consortium, and Andrew Lakis, Teach for America director of District and Community Partnerships.


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