Two Wake Teacher of the Year Finalists Are Meredith Alumnae

Two of the 12 finalists for the Wake County Public School System’s 2012-13 Teacher of the Year award are Meredith College alumnae.

Finalists were named during a reception held on April 18, 2012. The Wake County Teacher of the Year will be announced on May 17, during a banquet honoring each Wake County school’s nominee for Teacher of the Year.

Kristin McCormick, the nominee from Cary High School, earned an undergraduate degree at Meredith. Charlotte Roberts, the nominee from Jeffreys Grove Elementary School, earned an undergraduate degree and a Master of Education from Meredith.

Each Wake County school's nominee for Teacher of the Year will be honored at a banquet on May 17, at which time one of these finalists will be named Wake County Teacher of the Year.

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