Wendell Tabb, who teaches at Durham’s Hillside High School, was honored as one of 20 educators nationwide at the 2017 Tony Awards and was a guest at Gov. Roy Cooper’s State of the State address.
Wendell Tabb, who teaches at Durham’s Hillside High School, was honored as one of 20 educators nationwide at the 2017 Tony Awards and was a guest at Gov. Roy Cooper’s State of the State address. ROB GOURLEY The Durham Voice
Wendell Tabb, who teaches at Durham’s Hillside High School, was honored as one of 20 educators nationwide at the 2017 Tony Awards and was a guest at Gov. Roy Cooper’s State of the State address. ROB GOURLEY The Durham Voice

He wanted an acting career. He became a teacher. Still, he was honored at the Tony Awards.

August 05, 2017 02:22 PM

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