I am Donna Hunt and I live in Winston-Salem with my husband of 31 years, Gordon, and our cat, Ollie. Our daughter, Audrey, is a graduate of  The Savannah College of Art and Design (SCAD) in Savannah, Georgia.  I graduated from UNC-Charlotte with a B.A. in Sociology and a Masters in Counseling.  I received my Masters in Teaching with a concentration in teaching those with visual impairments from North Carolina Central University, in May, 2012, graduating summa cum laude. I enjoy gardening, reading, cooking, and exercising.  I love teaching students with visual impairments. I believe that all students can learn, though not at the same rate nor in the same way.  It is important to find ways to help students connect to the lesson, to make it interesting, and to apply it to something they can relate to. Sherwood Forest is a great school, with wonderful, caring teachers. Our VI staff is committed to helping each student achieve their potential!
    I am Arwilda Hill and I live in Winston-Salem with my husband. I am a NEWLYWED (married for three years) with a wonderful, newly blended family. My husband works for the USPS. Our oldest daughter is a (double-major) graduate of the University of North Carolina at Greensboro. Our only son is a sophomore at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro. (We obviously love UNCG!) We also have a daughter who is a SENIOR at Mount Tabor. She is on the Mount Tabor Dance Team. Our baby girl is a sophomore at Mount Tabor. She is a member of the Marching Spartans Color Guard (with the band). I graduated from the University of Phoenix with a Masters of Science in the Administration of Justice and Security. I love reading, cooking, and family time. I enjoy working with students and I learn something new from them all the time.
    I am Elzena Lowe (my nickname is "Z") and I live in Oak Ridge, N.C.  I grew up on a farm with my parents who have been married for over 60 years and I have 7 brothers and 7 sisters.  I graduated from the Radiology Technology Degree Program at Moses H. Cone Hospital. I also specialized in Cardiovascular  Intervention at Baptist Hospital.  I am currently attending High Point University, working on my Teaching Degree. I enjoy listening to music, taking long walks and reading.  I volunteer at Children's Outreach twice a month. My passion is working with children to empower  them to be creative.
     I am Hitty Chiott (pronounced Hit-tee Shy-ott) and I live with my husband, Darren, in Pfafftown, NC.  We have three children:  Zoey, Olivia, and Aidan.  Zoey is earning her BFA in acting at UNCG.  Olivia is a freshman at the Early College of Forsyth, and Aidan is a 7th grader at Northwest Middle School.  We moved here from Vermont 10 years ago and we believe that the beauty of NC is right up there with the Green Mountain State.    Recently, I've discovered the joy of cycling as a wonderful way to be outdoors, exercise, and spend time with my husband.  I also love to read and enjoy time with my family, and our sweet, fluffy dog, Bailey.  I graduated from the American University in Washington, D.C. with a B.A. in Anthropology and earned my teaching certification in Elementary Education through Salem College in December 2011.  Working with children and helping them grow and explore gives me great joy, and presents me with daily opportunities to learn and grow as well.