Smithfield Selma Chamber Honors Semester Superstars

Chelsea Stilley – Innovation Academy at South Campus; Jessica Pilkington – Selma Middle School; Heidi Stone – Smithfield Middle School; Suzanne Sweat – Johnston County Middle College High School; Jeronimo Alvarez – Smithfield-Selma High School; Matthew Johnson – Johnston County Early College Academy; Daniel Casey – Neuse Charter School; and Travis Gaster – Princeton High School.

On Monday, the 2018 Spring Semester Superstars luncheon was held at Sleep Inn and Suites in Smithfield to honor teachers from the middle and high schools in the Greater Smithfield-Selma Area Chamber of Commerce.

Mike Mancuso, Smithfield Selma Chamber President and CEO congratulated the teachers on behalf of the Chamber of Commerce and shared that they would receive goody bags and a cash gift from the many Chamber businesses who sponsored the event.

Chamber Chair, Eric Brownlee thanked the teachers for their contribution to the community, and Dr. Carolyn Ennis gave the invocation. Dr. Johna Faulconer, the Vice-Chair of the Chamber Education

Committee shared that education was an “economic driver” for Johnston County and invited school administrators to present the Semester Superstar awards to their teacher.

Semester Superstars is a special recognition program by the Chamber Education Committee, where school administrators are asked to nominate one teacher to be recognized as their Semester Superstar.