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RCSS announces Teacher of the Year Nominees

The Randolph County School System announced the Teacher of the Year nominees for the 2020-2021 school year. Each nominee is the Teacher of the Year for their respective school with five nominees selected as finalists.

This year’s Teacher of the Year Finalists are Marti Langholz (Archdale-Trinity Middle School), Denise Nixon (Grays Chapel Elementary School), Rachel Henley (New Market Elementary School), Kathy Fleetwood (Randolph Early College High School), and Jamie Kent (Southwestern Randolph High School).

Teacher of the Year Nominees

Archdale Elementary – Bailey Toomes (2nd/3rd Grade)
Archdale-Trinity Middle – Marti Langholz (Math/R)
Braxton Craven Middle – Chris Ferguson (Band)
Coleridge Elementary – Christina Marley (4th Grade)
Eastern Randolph High – Ashley Evans (Math)
Farmer Elementary – Heather Tysinger (Physical Education)
Franklinville Elementary – Stacey Medura (2nd Grade)
Grays Chapel Elementary – Denise Nixon (3rd Grade)
Hopewell Elementary – Cori Cagle (Art)
John Lawrence Elementary – Keri Williamson (Kindergarten)
Level Cross Elementary – Georgia Sparks (3rd Grade)
Liberty Elementary – Emily Hendricks (1st Grade)
New Market Elementary – Rachel Henley (3rd Grade)
Northeast Randolph Middle – Martha Way (Language Arts)
Providence Grove High – Justin Burton (History)
Ramseur Elementary – Amy Bowser (5th Grade)
Randleman Elementary -Paige Clark (4th Grade)
Randleman High- Rachel Hinshaw (English)
Randleman Middle – Adam Brown (Science)
Randolph Early College High – Kathy Fleetwood (History)
Seagrove Elementary – Amy Cruthis (1st Grade)
Southeast Randolph Middle – Donna Coco (Language Arts/Social Studies)
Southmont Elementary – Meagan Goodwin (2nd Grade)
Southwest Randolph High – Jamie Kent (Math)
Southwest Randolph Middle – Ashley Moody (Language Arts)
Tabernacle Elementary – Lynn Perryman (2nd Grade)
Trindale Elementary – Katie Hill (4th Grade)
Trinity Elementary – Laura Heflin (5th Grade)
Trinity High – Renee Driggers (Business)
Uwharrie Ridge 6-12 – Taylor Callicutt (Social Studies)
Wheatmore High – Desmond Coble (Exceptional Children)

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Stephanie King
Stephanie is a senior contributor and website manager here at MyRandolph.com. Before working at MyRandolph.com, Stephanie was the senior photographer at MyRandolphSports.com for seven years. She is a graduate of the University of North Carolina at Greensboro and Randleman High School.

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