School Board honors representatives from A.L. Brown

School Board honors outstanding representatives from A.L. Brown
Posted on 06/11/2015
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The Kannapolis City Board of Education was proud to honor outstanding representatives from A.L. Brown High School at its June meeting.


Arionna Wilkerson:  Arionna Wilkerson is a senior at A.L. Brown and the Student Government president. She is an outstanding leader and wonderful representative of Kannapolis City Schools. She is well-respected by everyone for her work ethic, dedication, and ability to serve those around her. She helps run Principal’s Advisory Council meetings and collects information from other student government officers on ways to improve the school. She has been actively involved in school organizations, including Anchor Club, BETA Club, National Honor Society, Peer Mentor, announcer for school news, and has served as a Junior Rotarian and Junior Marshall. Arionna will attend High Point University to study psychology where she has received a High Point Fellowship Scholarship along with a BEC community Impact Scholarship. She is active in Marable Memorial AME Zion Church and plays the drums there as well.

Arnoluck Lucky Parachith:  “Lucky” Parachith is also a Senior at A.L. Brown and President of the National Honor Society & Tie Tuesday Club. Lucky is active in Interact, Link Crew, National Technical Honor Society and BETA club. Lucky will attend UNC-Chapel Hill and major in Business Administration and Public Policy. He enjoys film, photography, and traveling. Lucky also received the Hugh O’Brian Youth Leadership award and has completed 2,001 hours of service since the summer of 2013.


Patricia Ware:  Patricia Ware is a familiar face on A.L. Brown’s campus. Whether she is cheering on her son in athletic events or attending meetings as a parent representative, Ms. Ware is always known as a visible and active parent. She has been an outstanding member of the PTSO. Ms. Ware is a positive advocate for her son but also a positive advocate for other children whose parents might not be as involved. Her input is valuable and appreciated, and we hope that she will continue to be a helpful presence after her son graduates this year. She enjoys cooking, cheering on the athletes at football games and is an advocate for breast cancer research.


Matt Plummer:  Mr. Plummer has made an enormous impact as a Behavior Management Teacher Assistant. He has many of the more challenging students in terms of attendance and behavior, but he has successfully developed rapport with them and supports them academically and socially. Through his patience and perseverance, Mr. Plummer’s students are reaching their potential. He consistently checks on their academic status and frequently meets with them. He also does an excellent job of keeping regular education teachers, the exceptional children’s caseworker, and administration updated about his students’ progress. Mr. Plummer has not been afraid to try a variety of strategies to meet the needs of his students. He also has been involved in getting to know the school and community by attending numerous after-school events. 


Ericka Lott:  Mrs. Lott is being recognized for her outstanding work in initiating and organizing the first A.L. Brown Career Fair. This event was a huge success for the school and gained much positive publicity and recognition for A.L. Brown and the students. Mrs. Lott is a CTE teacher and the Varsity Cheerleading Coach. She is admired and loved by her students, and she has an uncanny ability to make every student grow and achieve. Mrs. Lott is an avid reader and a praise dancer in her free time. 



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