Congratulations Emily Sue Temple: Regional CTE IMC of the Year!
Emily Sue Temple!
Honored at the CTE Summer Conference for leadership!
At a special luncheon ceremony during the annual CTE Conference held at the Greensboro Kourey Convention Center, one of our own was recognized for her outstanding leadership and commitment to excellence in serving children. Emily Sue Temple was singled out among 19 of her peers across the NC Central Region to be named Regional IMC of the Year.
Emily Sue serves as the Instructional Management Coordinator (IMC) for Career and Technical Education (CTE) in Granville County Public Schools. This position carries huge responsibilities, including the administration of more than 4000 state tests each year, the dissemination and coordination of curriculum materials to more than 40 teachers, coordination between business and industry to support instruction and work-based learning, and the design and implementation of staff development for all CTE teachers.
Before becoming an IMC, she had classroom experience as a Middle Grades CTE Teacher in Agricultural Education. She has been an IMC for 6 years, serving recently as the co-chair for the Central Region and has accepted the position of chairperson. Emily Sue believes in CTE and the experiences and opportunities it affords students on a daily basis in our CTE Classrooms. As an IMC, she is now helping to make the difference in the life of a child, one teacher at a time. Emily Sue earned her Bachelor’s of Science degree in Agricultural and Extension Education and a minor in Animal Science from NC State University. She has also completed the CTE Director Internship course offered through NCDPI.
Simply THE BEST!
Those who know Emily Sue are fully aware of her unwavering commitment to students. Combined with a strong work ethic, outstanding communication and organization skills, and high expectations for all, Emily Sue embodies what every educator should aspire to be. Congratulations Emily Sue.
WE ARE PROUD OF YOU!
By Dr. Stan Winborne, EdD