HILDA SPENCER | CONTRIBUTED SERVICE: On June 3, the Hyde County Board of Education recognized two of its members for their service and dedication to the students and staff of Hyde County Schools. They were John Mullen and Diantha Coley. Board Chair Thomas Whitaker along with Board Member Randy Etheridge and Vice Chair David Tolson thanked Mullen and Coley for their years of faithfully serving the students, teachers, and parents of Mattamuskeet Schools and Ocracoke School. Mullen has served as a member of the Board from July 1994 to June 2014 and Coley served from July 2010 to June 2014. As members of the Hyde County Board of Education they have been instrumental in moving the school system forward in meeting the needs of all students. Both Mullen and Coley commented that they thoroughly enjoyed serving the community during their tenure as a member of the Board. Thank you, Mullen and Coley for a job well done.
HILDA SPENCER | CONTRIBUTED
SERVICE: On June 3, the Hyde County Board of Education recognized two of its members for their service and dedication to the students and staff of Hyde County Schools. They were John Mullen and Diantha Coley. Board Chair Thomas Whitaker along with Board Member Randy Etheridge and Vice Chair David Tolson thanked Mullen and Coley for their years of faithfully serving the students, teachers, and parents of Mattamuskeet Schools and Ocracoke School. Mullen has served as a member of the Board from July 1994 to June 2014 and Coley served from July 2010 to June 2014. As members of the Hyde County Board of Education they have been instrumental in moving the school system forward in meeting the needs of all students. Both Mullen and Coley commented that they thoroughly enjoyed serving the community during their tenure as a member of the Board. Thank you, Mullen and Coley for a job well done.

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Hyde County BOE recognizes members for their service

Published 6:19pm Wednesday, June 18, 2014

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