Beaufort County Schools | Submitted Pictured (left to right) are SHS principal Rick Anderson, Senator Bill Cook, SHS social studies teacher Raven Wilkin, and Beaufort County Schools superintendant Donald Phipps.
Beaufort County Schools | Submitted
Pictured (left to right) are SHS principal Rick Anderson, Senator Bill Cook, SHS social studies teacher Raven Wilkin, and Beaufort County Schools superintendant Donald Phipps.

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Cook visits Southside

Published 7:07pm Thursday, February 14, 2013

 

CHOCOWINITY– Senator Bill Cook visited Southside High School on Jan. 25 to visit with administration, faculty, staff and students.

Senator Cook visited the classrooms of Lisa Johnson, Karen Cabaniss, Raven Wilkin and Debbie Clark.  He observed interactions between students and teachers as well as the use of technology in the classrooms. In Clark’s class, he was able to get students’ perspectives on the opportunities available to them through online classes.

Senator Cook also met with SHS principal Rick Anderson to discuss school security and safety, merit pay and other topics related to education.

Anderson said, “I appreciate that Senator Cook took the time to meet with us at the school level and see the positive things going on in education today.”

 

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