District honors retirees
Ken McLemore

The Hope Public School District community said goodbye to a number of its members with retirement recognition honors on the last day of the 2015-2016 school year. The assembled retirees represented some 300 years of educational experience, many having served their entire career in the HPSD. Honored by their peers for their service were, left to right, Margaret Moss, Yerger Middle School librarian; Carol McCorkle, sixth grade teacher, Beryl Henry Elementary; Brenda Powell, sixth grade teacher, Beryl Henry Elementary; Dena Hampton, Clinton Primary School paraprofessional; Cheryl Morrison, Hope High School family/career sciences; Vanessa McCraw, Yerger Middle School principal; Julie Lively, Clinton Primary School instructional facilitator; Sally Short, Clinton Primary School instructional facilitator; Glenda Clark, Hope High School instructional facilitator; Saundra King, Clinton Primary School computer lab; and Gigi Bradshaw, Clinton Primary School English second language teacher. – Ken McLemore/Hope Public Schools