Beth Sanderson of Hope Middle Name PCS Teacher of the Year
Beth Sanderson, STEM teacher at Hope Middle School, has been named the 2017-2018 Pitt County Schools Teacher of the Year. Sanderson was chosen from six finalists for the award. Charles Branch of Chicod School was named the runner-up Teacher of the Year.
All 37 teachers who were selected as their school’s respective teacher of the year nominee were recognized at a luncheon at Rock Spring Center on Wednesday, March 15, 2017, where the winner was announced.
Also recognized at the luncheon were the Child Nutrition Manager of the Year, Adina Midgett of J.H. Rose High School; the Child Nutrition Employee of the Year, Patricia Henry of Wintergreen Intermediate; Transportation Employee of the Year, Linda Perry; Custodian of the Year, Cedric Blow of North Pitt High; Office Employee of the Year, Charlene Hill of W.H. Robinson Elementary; and Teacher Assistant of the Year, Candace Hines of Pactolus School.
Pitt County Schools would like to thank the Pitt County Farm Bureau for sponsoring the event annually. Additionally, we would like to express our tremendous appreciation to Pecheles Automotive for providing a Mrs. Sanderson with an all new Hyundai Elantra to drive for the next year.
Congratulations to Mrs. Sanderson and to Mr. Branch, and thank you for representing Pitt County Schools and the entire teaching profession so very well!
In compliance with Federal Law, Pitt County Schools administers all education programs, employment activities and admissions without discrimination against any person on the basis of gender, race, color, religion, national origin, age or disability.