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Laura Wilson

Laura Wilson
Math Education, North Carolina State University
Masters in School Administration, North Carolina State University

Mrs. Wilson earned an undergraduate degree in Secondary Mathematics Education from NC State University and taught 9-12th grade Mathematics at Franklinton High School for nearly a decade.  She was recognized as Franklin County Schools Secondary Mathematics Educator of the Year in the 2014-2015 school year. Additionally, she participated in the North Carolina Governor’s Teacher Network and Aspire (NCSU’s ACT Prep-Class Training). In her last years in the classroom, Mrs. Wilson served as the Math Department Chair, served on the School Leadership Team, School Improvement Team, and the school's Professional Development team. Throughout her teaching career, she also served as a teacher mentor, student government sponsor, Varsity cheerleading coach, and Competition team cheerleading coach. 

Mrs. Wilson earned a Master of School Administration degree from NC State University and was a member of the Northeast Leadership Academy (NELA). NELA is a fully-funded scholarship program, ranked Top Principal Preparatory Program in the United States, (one of only five to earn this distinction from the University Council of Education Administration). Mrs.Wilson is a 2019 recipient of NC State University's US Department of Education grant titled, “The Northeast Leadership Academy (NELA) 2.0: Developing and Sustaining Effective Leaders for High-Need Rural Districts,” in the amount of $6,500 for Bunn High School. She was also a presenter and guest panelist at NC State University’s 2019 NELA SUMMER CONFERENCE: BUILDING TEACHER EFFICACY: THE KEY TO SCHOOL IMPROVEMENT.