Currituck County Schools Announces District Teacher & Teacher Assistant of the Year

By on May 16, 2023

(Left to Right): Michael McCullough (Assistant Principal, Currituck County High School); Anita Rubino (CCS Teacher of the Year); Dr. Justin Durham (Principal, Currituck County High School) and Cris Fields (Assistant Principal, Currituck County High School).

Currituck County Schools is delighted to announce that Mrs. Anita Rubino, teacher and Cross Country coach at Currituck County High School, is our district Teacher of the Year. Mr. Chris Carroll, a teacher assistant at Shawboro Elementary School, is our  district Teacher Assistant of the Year.

Mrs. Rubino has been with Currituck County Schools since January 2005 and is student-first oriented. When asked to share about her, Dr. Justin Durham, Currituck County School principal, said, “Mrs. Rubino is the epitome of what you expect from an educator. She is always willing to give her time and talents to any student at CCHS…our community is blessed to have her work with our amazing students.” Mrs. Rubino was one of five North Carolina teachers named NC Department of Public Instruction Computational Thinking/Computer Science Kenan Fellows for 2022-2023 and is currently featured as one of WAVY-TV 10’s Excellent Educators.

(Left to Right): Jamie Haislop (Assistant Principal, Shawboro Elementary School); Chris Carroll (CCS Teacher Assistant of the Year); Greta Nelson (Principal, Shawboro Elementary School).

Mr. Carroll, a retired law enforcement officer, has been with Currituck County Schools since January 2022 and has brought tremendous energy and enthusiasm to his new position. Greta Nelson, Shawboro Elementary School principal, shared, “Mr. Carroll has been such a positive influence on our school. His happy demeanor and helpfulness have been a great addition to our school community. As a second career, Mr. Carroll has found his true calling working with children in our PE department.”

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