Shown are, from left: front row – school board member Dorothy Johnson, Freedom of Choice Trailblazers Carvin Stevens, Rose Marie Bryant Byrd, Denise Willie Seabrooks, Berneatha Hinton Morrison, Valerie Williams and Vandalyn Sanders Bradley and Carolyn Ennis, special Assistant to the superintendent; and back row –Freedom of Choice Trailblazers Donald Liles, Phyllis Palmer, Dr. Alton Anderson, Oscar Sanders, Horace Sanders, and Nathaniel Sanders Jr.
Shown are, from left: front row – school board member Dorothy Johnson, Freedom of Choice Trailblazers Carvin Stevens, Rose Marie Bryant Byrd, Denise Willie Seabrooks, Berneatha Hinton Morrison, Valerie Williams and Vandalyn Sanders Bradley and Carolyn Ennis, special Assistant to the superintendent; and back row –Freedom of Choice Trailblazers Donald Liles, Phyllis Palmer, Dr. Alton Anderson, Oscar Sanders, Horace Sanders, and Nathaniel Sanders Jr. JOHNSTON COUNTY SCHOOLS
Shown are, from left: front row – school board member Dorothy Johnson, Freedom of Choice Trailblazers Carvin Stevens, Rose Marie Bryant Byrd, Denise Willie Seabrooks, Berneatha Hinton Morrison, Valerie Williams and Vandalyn Sanders Bradley and Carolyn Ennis, special Assistant to the superintendent; and back row –Freedom of Choice Trailblazers Donald Liles, Phyllis Palmer, Dr. Alton Anderson, Oscar Sanders, Horace Sanders, and Nathaniel Sanders Jr. JOHNSTON COUNTY SCHOOLS

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