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18 Dec

Thanks for your support of NCCAT!

Thanks to your support, NCCAT alumni continue to be more effective teachers and subsequently, students are better prepared for life.

Your gift to the Development Foundation of NCCAT, Inc. this holiday season helps make success in the classroom possible. Together we can make a lasting impact.

Please click here to make your tax deductible donation now.

30 Nov

Help NCCAT while shopping online

As you shop online this holiday season we hope you will consider helping NCCAT with its mission to advance teaching as an art and a profession. Doing this is easy with An average of 3% of what you spend goes to NCCAT.

20 Aug

NCCAT joins Pamlico County "Welcome Back to School Celebration"

NCCAT had the honor and pleasure of being at the Pamlico County Schools "Welcome Back to School Celebration." Thanks to new Superintendent Lisa Jackson and the school for hosting NCCAT Development Associate Dorcas Masson. Dorcas was on hand to recognize the George R.

Kannapolis City School educator wins Honored Educator Scholarship

Congratulations to Lyndsey Pelusi, the recipient of the 2014–2015 Richard A. Schwartz Honored Educator Scholarship.  Lyndsey, a Curriculum Coach at Fred L Wilson Elementary School in the Kannapolis City School District, was awarded her scholarship while attending NCCAT’s early grades literacy program, “ Supporting the Literacy of Gifted Children" in Ocracoke.

04 May

Thank you for NCCAT Annual Fund support

We would like to thank all those who have donated to the 2014-2015 Annunal Fund campaign. The effort helps support NCCAT programming, and in particular, to raise money to pay for substitute teachers. As of April 23, 2015, the campaign stands at a net amount of $16,455.61 or 183 days of subs ($90/day).

Contribute today and help us reach our goal of $30,000—show your support for NCCAT programs for North Carolina teachers! 

Click here for more on how to donate.

10 Apr

Honored Educator Scholarship news

We're always glad to have news about the NCCAT Honored Educator Scholarship program. The program helps honor great educators and create opportunities for others.

Congratulations to Rae-Ann Daughtry of Martin County!

Teacher Rae-Ann Daughtry received the Eugene and Jean Rogers Honored Educator Scholarship this week.

Rae-Ann is the Martin County Teacher of the Year for 2014-15 from South Creek High School. Click here for more on Rae-Ann.

Happy Richard Petty Day!

The Petty family have been great friends of NCCAT over the years, including an Honored Educator Scholarship in the name of racing legend Richard Petty's wife Lynda. Congratulations to Richard Petty on his being honored with joint resolutions in the General Assembly and a declaration of “Richard Petty Day” by Gov. Pat McCrory today.

Thanks to the Petty family for all they have done and continue to do for North Carolina!

Congratulations to Kelly King from West Henderson High School!

Congratulations to Kelly King from West Henderson High School in Henderson County for being named NCCAT’s Slater Family Honored Educator Scholar for 2015-2016! Mrs. King is at NCCAT this week participating in “Bring Your Own Technology: Digital Learning.”

This scholarship will cover all costs associated with Mrs. King’s participation, including program materials, instruction, food, lodging, travel, and a substitute.

You can make NCCAT possible for teachers!

At first, Joshua Gaskill was unsure that he even wanted to be a teacher. After studying in the fields of engineering and medicine, both of which he found unfulfilling, Joshua decided to make teaching his chosen profession. Today he teaches in a classroom in Pamlico County Schools where he once was a student himself. In 2014, Joshua attended an NCCAT seminar as the recipient of the George R. Brinson Honored Educatior Scholarship.

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