Superintendent Awards Excellence in Educational Performance
Superintendent of Rowan-Salisbury Schools, Dr. Tony B. Watlington, Sr., recognized two high school alumni with the first Superintendent’s Award of Excellence in Educational Performance for outstanding educational achievement in a small awards ceremony today at the Wallace Educational Forum.
Bailey Webster, a 2021 graduate and co-valedictorian of South Rowan High School, and Kayla Young, a 2021 graduate, and valedictorian of Carson High School, were each recognized for their outstanding educational achievements during their high school years at their respective schools.
Watlington proudly awarded both graduates as their families, former principals and district administrators were there to support them. A reception followed.
Rowan-Salisbury Schools (RSS) superintendent, Dr. Tony B. Watlingon, Sr., was recently named to the Hunt Institute’s 2021-22 ElevateNC Higher Education program cohort.
Rowan-Salisbury Schools’ (RSS) Career and Technical Education (CTE) department celebrated National Manufacturing Day on Friday, October 1, kicking off a month-long observance.
During the week of September 20 - 24, 2021, Mason Barnes, an 8th grader at China Grove Middle School, earned more points than any other student in the world using Literacy MS on Achieve3000.
Rowan-Salisbury Schools (RSS) is proud to announce Cris Snarsky-Leckonby was nominated for the Exceptional Children’s (EC) Educator of Excellence Award.
Zachary Lowensten, a second-year math teacher at Corriher-Lipe Middle School, was named the Rowan-Salisbury Schools 2021-2022 Beginning Teacher of the Year in a surprise announcement today.