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Micaville Resident Named National President

coe.jpgBOONE–Heather McCurry, a senior middle grades education major at Appalachian State University, has been named national president of the Collegiate Middle Level Association, an affiliate of the National Middle School Association. The Collegiate Middle Level Association represents all students in the nation studying to become middle grades teachers.

The Micaville resident is also president of the organization’s chapter in Appalachian’s Reich College of Education. The campus chapter’s officers will hold the national officer positions for two years. Others officers are Valerie Snider, vice president; Melisa Pinnix, secretary; Stephanie Cooper, treasurer; and Sean McKee, historian. McCurry is pictured with RCOE Dean Charles R. Duke.

The Reich College of Education has the largest undergraduate teacher education program in North Carolina and has consistently ranked among the state’s top teacher education program.


Picture Caption: Reich College of Education Dean Charles R. Duke presents a plaque to Heather McCurry of Micaville, president of the national Collegiate Middle Level Association. (Appalachian photo by University Photographer Mike Rominger)