PIE Announce winnersof 2017-18 PIE Membership Drive
The Partners In Education Board of Directors, announced the winners of the 2017-18 PIE Membership Drive. The following check presentations were made at October's EOM Principals' Meeting, with checks made out to the schools for use in their general operating fund.
The school with the highest number of participants in the Payroll Deduction, winning $1,000 is:
• Havelock High School, Dr. Jeffrey Murphy, Principal, with 17 payroll deduction participants (Rebecca Lansche, PIE Ambassador)
One Time Payment - School Level - each school level (elementary, middle, high) with the highest % of participants receives $500, a minimum 80% participation is required:
Elementary: Receiving $500 each:
• Ben D. Quinn Elementary School, Curtis Gatin, Principal, with 94% PIE one-time PIE members (Robin Lizotte and Ashley Morton, PIE Ambassadors)
• Brinson Memorial Elementary, Chris Germain, Principal, with 118% one-time PIE members (Megan Davis, PIE Ambassador)
• W. J. Gurganus Elementary, Debra Hurst, Principal with 129% one-time PIE members (Susan Heiman, PIE Ambassador)!
Middle: Receiving $500:
H. J. MacDonald Middle, Pamie Reese, Principal with 82% one-time PIE members (Dave Caccavaro, PIE Ambassador)
High: Receiving $500:
Craven Early College, Todd Bradley, Principal with 133% one-time PIE members (Todd Bradley, PIE Ambassador)
The winners of the individual drawings held each week were: Sonia MacSay, Brinson Memorial Elementary - $75, Barbara Walton, J.T. Barber Elementary - $100, Jennifer O’Neill, West Craven Middle - $125, and Jo Moore LaFond, New Bern High - $150.
The winner of the Superintendent's Challenge (from a drawing of those who gave a gift to PIE of at least $100 through Payroll Deduction) taking home $500 (for personal use!):
• Wendy Miller with Central Services.
Congratulations to all of the winners!
Pictured are, left to right: Don Brinkley, PIE 1st Vice President; Pamie Reese; Rebecca Lansche; Debra Hurst, PIE board member; Darlene Brown, PIE executive director; Curtis Gatlin; Chris Germain; Ervin Patrick, PIE president; and Todd Bradley.