School Board Approves Personnel Contracts

The Johnston County Board of Education approved a number of contract extensions and renewals during their May 27, 2021 meeting.

Click here to see the complete list of Contract Renewals.

A partial list include:

Principals
Several principals received four-year contract renewals from July 1, 2021 to June 30, 2025. They include: Stephen Baker, Kristina Benson, Kerri Evans, LaShunda Faison, Kathy Parrish, Jenna Sauls Hairr, Larkeysha Sheppard, William Weaver, Anthony Whitaker and Leigh White.

Kelly Holland was named interim principal at Glendale-Kenly Elementary School through June 30, 2021.

Assistant Principals
Assistant Principal contracts from July 1, 2021 to June 30, 2025 include: Kenneth Angel, Tamara Barbour, Stephen Barnett, Shawn Bates, Thomas Callon, Amy Creed, Centora Holder, Kelly Holland, Patty Langley, Dominique Manson, David Massengill, Donna Moore, Lynn Prescott, Pamela Routhier, Shannon Sellers, Shannon Snipes, Steve Strickland, John Waters, Lauren Watkins and Candace Westbrook.

Central Office / Administration

Brian Vetrano received a three-year contract extension (July 1, 2021 to June 30, 2024) as Chief of Human Resources.

Central Administration contracts approved for two years (July 1, 2021 to June 30, 2023):
Lisa Allen – Executive Director of Classified Personnel
Cynthia Anderson – Transition Coordinator
Charlene Covington – Director of Special Programs
Leanne Daughtry – Director of Curriculum
Dee Edmundson – Executive Director of Equity
Linda Edmundson – Human Resources Officer
Andrea Evans – Director of Licensure
Jessica Harrell – CTE Instructional Management Coordinator
Barretta Haynes – Director of Career & College Programs
David Hinrichs – Director of Teacher Support
Todd Holmes – Executive Director of Beginning Educator Support Team
Jacquelyn Jackson – Preschool Coordinator
Cherry Johnson – Director of Research & Grant Development
Janet Lebo – Director of Beginning Educator Support Team
Danah Miller – Director of Beginning Educator Support Team
Ana Milazzotto – Director of Federal Educator Programs
Ashley Radford – Director of Exceptional Children Programs
Christie Turner – Coordinator of Professional Learning & Leadership Development

Contina Jackson, Executive Assistant to the Board and Superintendent, received a contract effect June 7, 2021.

Administrative Internships – 1 Year (July 1, 2021 – June 30, 2022):
Michelle Disney – Corinth Holders High
Emily Rose – Princeton Middle/High
LaVette Sadler – Smithfield Selma High
Sardavia Williams – Thanksgiving Elementary

13 COMMENTS

  1. Please in the future publish salaries of employees and as a separate item dollar value of county/state provided benefits

      • I’m a little bit computer illiterate and I cannot find the drop-down menu that you referenced and you did not provide an activel link to your reference. Does that data you reference include the dollar value of fringe benefits in addition to basic salary?

    • I think you have it wrong terry. It’s the Trumpster loving school board helping there friends with your tax dollars just like Trump would to buy your vote.

  2. Dear God, you folks are taking up to much of my precious time. Mike these are liberal Democrats that fully understand they can’t get elected with a D beside of their name here. The same liberal progressive Democrats who can’t argue with me without pointing out my sorry Johnston County Education writing abilities. Even the kids in school can figure this she-it out. Look at the drop-down Nimrods!

    • If I’m taking up your precious time, then maybe you should stop reading other people’s opinions because it’s obvious you have no tolerance for anyone’s opinion but you own

  3. Don’t take it personal. I do like being obnoxious and I do like other opinions, even when they differ from mine. I especially like keeping those powers to be that just aren’t what they seem to be front and center so the tax paying public understands that we are only another tax revaluation away of being a out of control bloated county government the likes of Durham and Charlotte. I am afraid being polite and normal just doesn’t get the point across as well.

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