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School Board honors Linda Hill

PULASKI — During their most recent meeting, the Pulaski County School Board honored Linda Hill, teacher and administrator within the Pulaski County School System, with a resolution on the occasion of her retirement.
The resolution reads:
“Be it known to all persons that we, the members of the Pulaski County School Board here assembled on this 26th day of June 2008, do hereby pay tribute to the innumerable contributions made to the lives of students, parents and staff members in Pulaski County by Linda Hill, teacher and administrator in Pulaski County Public Schools.
“Whereas Linda Hill has brought great distinction to various schools in PCPS in the 24 years she has been a teacher and an administrator;
“Whereas Linda Hill has served as a teacher at Pulaski Middle School, Northwood and Claremont Elementary Schools as well as teacher at Holston Heights, Central Spiller and Max Meadows Elementary Schools in other localities;
“Whereas Linda Hill has also served as an assistant principal at Dublin and Claremont Elementary Schools and as a principal at Draper Elementary School;
“Whereas Linda Hill also served as director of instruction, director and executive director for curriculum, instruction and assessment and assistant superintendent of curriculum, instruction and assessment;

“Whereas Linda Hill, in her most recent positions in the central office of PCPS, has been the architect of our curriculum, instruction and assessment programs that have brought great distinction to our county from the region and across the commonwealth;
“Now therefore be it resolved that we the members of the PCSB do gratefully acknowledge the contributions of Linda Hill, extend to her our warmest and most sincere gratitude on her considerable accomplishments and contributions to the lives of students, parents, teachers and other staff members in Pulaski County and extend our best wishes to her for success in other endeavors yet to come in her life,” the resolution concludes.

School Board honors Linda Hill

PULASKI — During their most recent meeting, the Pulaski County School Board honored Linda Hill, teacher and administrator within the Pulaski County School System, with a resolution on the occasion of her retirement.
The resolution reads:
“Be it known to all persons that we, the members of the Pulaski County School Board here assembled on this 26th day of June 2008, do hereby pay tribute to the innumerable contributions made to the lives of students, parents and staff members in Pulaski County by Linda Hill, teacher and administrator in Pulaski County Public Schools.
“Whereas Linda Hill has brought great distinction to various schools in PCPS in the 24 years she has been a teacher and an administrator;
“Whereas Linda Hill has served as a teacher at Pulaski Middle School, Northwood and Claremont Elementary Schools as well as teacher at Holston Heights, Central Spiller and Max Meadows Elementary Schools in other localities;
“Whereas Linda Hill has also served as an assistant principal at Dublin and Claremont Elementary Schools and as a principal at Draper Elementary School;
“Whereas Linda Hill also served as director of instruction, director and executive director for curriculum, instruction and assessment and assistant superintendent of curriculum, instruction and assessment;

“Whereas Linda Hill, in her most recent positions in the central office of PCPS, has been the architect of our curriculum, instruction and assessment programs that have brought great distinction to our county from the region and across the commonwealth;
“Now therefore be it resolved that we the members of the PCSB do gratefully acknowledge the contributions of Linda Hill, extend to her our warmest and most sincere gratitude on her considerable accomplishments and contributions to the lives of students, parents, teachers and other staff members in Pulaski County and extend our best wishes to her for success in other endeavors yet to come in her life,” the resolution concludes.