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Robin Hevner


Teacher Information

School District: Randolph County Schools
Department: English Language Arts/Early Adolescence
Location: Trinity, NC
National Board Certified: Yes

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The Latest Randolph County Schools News

First Tee program growing in Cherokee County schools
Seven Cherokee County schools now have First Tee programs, designed to teach character development through the game of golf, thanks to corporate partners.
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Henrico’s Kinlaw is ready for first full year as superintendent
Patrick C. Kinlaw, superintendent of Henrico County schools, came into his job on a wave of popularity. Now, he has to turn that good will into progress for a division that faces serious academic and
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Teacher of the Year says education chose him
Shelby High School English teacher Chad Beam was named 2014-15 Cleveland County Schools Teacher of the Year.
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One man in custody at site of suspect search
Bank robbery suspect is being sought in northern Boone County. Schools in Sturgeon are on lockdown.
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RCC hosts Workforce Learning Summit
ASHEBORO — A Workforce Learning Summit involving Randolph County industry, business, community and educational leaders is taking place today (Thursday) at Randolph Community College.
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Robin Hevner's Teaching Location

Robin Hevner's Location
Robin Hevner
Trinity, NC

The Latest Trinity News

Susanna Temkin: Alumna Finds Pathway to a Career in Art Curating
For one art history alumna, Duke provided deep exposure to Latin American art and history that has fueled her graduate work. Susanna Temkin, Trinity ’07 (pictured), is now a Ph.D. candidate studying art history at the Institute of Fine Arts at New York University . Temkin is blending her majors from Duke—art history and Spanish—to advance her exploration of Latin American art, with a focus on ...
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Molly Superfine: Alumna Continues Her Interest in Art and Art History
Durham, NC - Alumnus Molly Superfine is using her global Duke education to shape her passion for art history in her post-graduate life. Superfine, Trinity ’13, dedicated herself to studying the arts while at Duke and double majored in Spanish.
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U.S. Women's National Team Parking & Game-Day Advisory
CARY, NC (August 15, 2014) - With 10,000 fans anticipated to watch the first friendly between the US Women's National Team and Switzerland, the Carolina RailHawks and, the Town of Cary are working together closely to ensure traffic and parking for the August 20th match at WakeMed Soccer Park runs as smoothly as possible.
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Communities News, Aug. 6
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Duke Receives HHMI Grant to Improve Student Success in Stem Fields
Grant designed to improve learning for Duke students in introductory science classes
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