December School Board Recognitions

Published Wednesday, December 14, 2016 at 11:00 am

At this month’s Watauga County Board of Education, N.C. District Judge Rebecca Eggers-Gryder swore in returning board members and Watauga County Schools Supt. Dr. Scott Elliott recognized December’s recipient of the Servant’s Heart Award and a local business that donated dental services to students in need.

The school board met on Monday.

Directors Sarah Miller and Zach Walker with the award-winning Pioneer Playmakers. The troupe, which recently performed in the N.C. State High School Theater Festival, was recognized by the board for their achievements.

Directors Sarah Miller and Zach Walker with the award-winning Pioneer Playmakers. The troupe, which recently performed in the N.C. State High School Theater Festival, was recognized by the board for their achievements.

N.C. District Judge Rebecca Eggers-Gryder swears in returning board member Ron Henries, assisted by board member Jason Cornett. Henries would later be voted board chairman.

N.C. District Judge Rebecca Eggers-Gryder swears in returning board member Ron Henries, assisted by board member Jason Cornett. Henries would later be voted board chairman.

Returning board member Brenda Reese, accompanied by family, is sworn in by N.C. District Judge Rebecca Eggers-Gryder. Reese was later voted the board’s vice-chair.

Returning board member Brenda Reese, accompanied by family, is sworn in by N.C. District Judge Rebecca Eggers-Gryder. Reese was later voted the board’s vice-chair.

Trent Ipock was the recipient of December’s Servant’s Heart Award. Ipock, a U.S. Army veteran, splits his time between the central office and school nutrition at Hardin Park. Superintendent Scott Elliott lauded Ipock for his work ethic, dedication and commitment to Watauga County Schools.

Trent Ipock was the recipient of December’s Servant’s Heart Award. Ipock, a U.S. Army veteran, splits his time between the central office and school nutrition at Hardin Park. Superintendent Scott Elliott lauded Ipock for his work ethic, dedication and commitment to Watauga County Schools.

Tammie Gelderman with APPkids presents WCS Supt. Dr. Scott Elliott with a donation from Dr. Jerry Butler. Butler’s office contributed dental services to Watauga County School students in need through the donation.

Tammie Gelderman with APPkids presents WCS Supt. Dr. Scott Elliott with a donation from Dr. Jerry Butler. Butler’s office contributed dental services to Watauga County School students in need through the donation.

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