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School system administrator

Eloise Temple, American school system administrator. Fulbright-Hayes Africa study-tour award, 1992. Dean, treasurer New Era Baptist State Convention, Omaha, 1993—2000; instructor National Baptist Convention United States of America, Nashville, since 1992; board member Conestoga Homeowners Association, Omaha, since 2002; Member of National Education Association, Omaha Educator's Association, Nebraska Educator's Association.

Background

Temple, Eloise was born on February 24, 1943 in Wharton, Texas, United States. Daughter of Robert and Vernell Johnson.

Education

Bachelor of Science, Bishop College, Dallas, 1966. Master of Science, Prairie View Agricultural and Mechanical University, 1975. Degree in Educational Administration-Secondary, University Nebraska, Omaha, 1991.

Degree in Educational Administration-Elementary, University Nebraska, Omaha, 1994.

Career

Teacher music Dallas Indiana School District, 1967—1980. Community liaison Omaha Public Schools, 1980—1981, teacher vocal music, 1981—1996, educational administrator, since 1996. Adjunct professor black studies University Nebraska, Omaha, since 1993.

Curriculum writer Omaha Public Schools, 1982—1990.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Contributor articles to National Baptist Mission Journal.

Membership

Dean, treasurer New Era Baptist State Convention, Omaha, 1993—2000. Instructor National Baptist Convention United States of America, Nashville, since 1992. Board member Conestoga Homeowners Association, Omaha, since 2002.

Member of National Education Association, Omaha Educator's Association, Nebraska Educator's Association.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Reading, sewing, singing, inspirational speaking.

Connections

Married James A. Temple, May 30, 1965. Children: Paul Anthony, Thurston Shawn.

father:
Robert Johnson

mother:
Vernell Johnson

spouse:
James A. Temple

children:
Paul Anthony Temple

Thurston Shawn Temple