WCU School of Education Welcomes Fourth Educational Leadership Cohort

The William Carey University School of Education welcomed the fourth cohort of students in the graduate program of educational leadership on August 25. This group of students will complete their graduate degree in educational leadership, allowing them to serve as school administrators, in the spring of 2016. This year’s cohort has over 40 students, which is over twice the size of any group in the existence of this degree program. Eleven of these students are from Lamar County, including (left to right) Dodie Robertson, Sumrall Elementary; Annabeth Bates, Oak Grove Primary; April Smith, Purvis Middle; Jena Agent, Purvis Upper; Kelly Marzoni, Purvis Lower; Starr Swan, Purvis High; Anna Pickett, Sumrall Elementary; Kory Thigpen, Oak Grove High; Liz Mauldin, Sumrall Elementary; Lynn Broom, Lamar Christian; and Stephanie Chabert, Baxterville.