Ed Weiss, Principal
2020-2021 is Mr. Weiss' 12th year as Mount Tabor's principal, though he has also been an assistant principal, teacher, and coach as part of his 29 year-tenure in the WS/FC School system. Additionally, Mr. Weiss was the principal of Wiley Middle School. Mr. Weiss earned a bachelor's and master's degree at West Virginia University and a M.A. in Educational Leadership at Gardner-Webb University.
Chris Applegate, Assistant Principal
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This is Mr. Applegate's 24th year in education and his 11th as a member of the Spartan administrative team. Previously, Mr. Applegate worked in collegiate and professional athletics, and was named the WS/FCS Assistant Principal of the Year in 2017-2018. Mr. Applegate has a B.A. in history and political science from Lynn University and a M.S. in Sports Administration from St. Thomas University, in addition to an M.S. in Educational Administration from the University of Scranton.
Evette Clemons, Assistant Principal
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Mrs. Clemons is beginning her seventh year as a Spartan administration and her 22nd year in education. Prior to Mount Tabor, she has worked at Reynolds High School, as well as holding an internship in Belize and the Downtown School. Mrs. Clemons received a B.S. in K-12 Dance Education at UNC-Greensboro and a master's degree at NC A&T State University.
Stephawn Kee, Assistant Principal
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After graduating from Mount Tabor in 1991, Mr. Kee returned as an administrator in 2009, after working in administration at Griffith Elementary School and teaching at Paisley IB Magnet School. Mr. Kee holds a B.S. in Biology from Elizabeth City State University and a M.S. in Educational Administration from Gardner-Webb University.
Vicky Laurita, Instructional Facilitator
This will be Mrs. Laurita's 10th year in education and second year as Instructional Facilitator at Mount Tabor High School. She holds a B.A. in Public Relations from Hofstra University in New York. Mrs. Laurita moved to North Carolina in 2007 to earn a Master's of Education in English from UNCG, and then taught English for several years in NC at Guilford County Schools and North Carolina Virtual Public School.