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Educational administrator

Ruby Aycock Bell, American Educational administrator. Certified teacher, curriculum specialist, educational administrator, North Carolina. Named Teacher of Year, Butler Avenue School, Clinton, 1986, Butler Avenue School Outstanding Young Educator, Clinton Junior Chamber of Commerce.

Background

Bell, Ruby Aycock was born on February 16, 1954 in Clinton, North Carolina, United States. Daughter of Robert Lee and Hilda Ruth (Oates) Aycock.

Education

Bachelor of Science in education dean's list, Fayetteville State University, 1976. Doctor of Education in Educational Leadership, Fayetteville State University. Master of Education, North Carolina Central University, 1980.

Career

Teacher Clinton City Schools, 1977-1989. Home-school coordinator Goldsboro (North Carolina) City Schools, 1900-1991. Teacher Sampson County Schools, Clinton, 1976-1977.

Assistant principal Midway Elementary School, 1991-1995, Hargrove Elementary School, Faison, North Carolina, 1995-1996. Principal Central Primary School, Laurinburg, 1996-1997. Assistant principal Eastern Wayne High School, Goldsboro, 1997-2000.

Principal Dillard Edison Junior Academy, 2000—2001, Dillard Middle School, Goldsboro, 2001—2002, Goldsboro (North Carolina) Middle School, since 2002. Director Wayne County Public Schools, since 2003.

Achievements

  • Certified teacher, curriculum specialist, educational administrator, North Carolina.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: (booklet) Legacy of the Past, 1986, Seeking New Horizons, 1985, Black History Activity Booklet, 1984.

Politics

Religious liberty is not merely the right to remain in the religion of one’s birth, but includes the right of anyone to change his religious loyalties without fear of persecution.

Views

In a society where self-interest and hypocrisy are often seen as dominating, the Christians should nurture and promote values and purposes that are beyond us.

Membership

Member Tri-County Community Health Board, Newton Grove, North Carolina, 1988-1989. Co-chair Clinton/Sampson United Negro College Fund. Christian education coordinator Poplar Grove Missionary Baptist Church, Faison, North Carolina.

Member Sampson County Democratic Women. Board directors Mental Health of Wayne County. Member National Education Association, North Carolina Association Educators, Clinton City Association for Educators (president 1986-1987, 88-89), North Carolina Principals and Assistant Principals Association, Sampson County Voters League, Delta Sigma Theta.

Connections

Married Lacy Wendell Bell, Junior, June 17, 1978. Children: Lacy Antrell, Brandon Lemár.

father:
Robert Lee Aycock

mother:
Hilda Ruth (Oates) Aycock

spouse:
Lacy Wendell Bell

children:
Brandon Lemár Bell

Lacy Antrell Bell