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Beverly Lyons, President-Elect
Beverly Lyons brings over 30 years of experience in public education to the Board, teaching Life and Physical Sciences in middle and high schools, serving as department chairperson, Advanced Placement Biology summer institute instructor, NCDPI middle school science support document writer, summer leadership institute trainer, textbook reviewer, and state test item reviewer.
She received her undergraduate and graduate degrees in Biology with teacher certification from Appalachian State University. She also holds an Academically Gifted K-12 Certification and a Naturalist Degree (App State).
She has been a member of NCSLA for most of her career, was Treasurer and Communications Chair, served on various committees, and participated as a Science Leadership Fellow in the early years. Now that she is retired she continues to support science education and educators yearly by substituting in long term science positions where needed.
Beverly has worked hard to put STEM in the classroom even before STEM became a buzzword and continues to promote and advocate for top-notch science education. Next time you see her, congratulate Beverly on her role as the new president-elect of NCSLA.
Glasher Robinson - Advocacy Committee Chair
Glasher Robinson, assistant principal at Guilford County’s Hairston Middle School, is excited to take on the role of Advocacy Committee Chair for NCSLA. EducationNC News recently highlighted her accomplishments in a feature article.