The North Carolina
Association of Teacher Assistants
SUPPORTING TEACHER ASSISTANTS
The North Carolina Association of Teacher Assistants promotes
* invaluable PEER NETWORKING
* focused LEGISLATIVE ADVOCACY
* critical NEWS & INFORMATION
* annual CONFERENCE & EDUCATION WORKSHOPS
* opportunities for PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
Board of Directors
William Johnston Jr, State President
Christopher Brown, State 1st Vice President
Teresa Sawyer, State 2nd Vice President
Marjorie Moore, State Secretary
Jennifer Tysinger, State Treasurer
Candace Herring, State Historian
Carolyn Barringer, State Parliamentarian
Vickie Hampton, District 1 President
Sharon Best, District 2 President
Cornetta McKey, District 3 President
Kathy Revels, District 4 President
Dru Davis, District 5 President
Sandy Borders, District 6 President
Andrea Cranfill, District 7 President
Luann Coyle, District 8 President
Judith D. Barnes, Executive Director
Teacher Assistants"Teacher assistants are remarkable individuals! They share not only their knowledge and love for students, but bring a nurturing spirit to the classroom that inspires learning every day. I hold a great respect and appreciation for the diverse responsibilities they assume to assist teachers, students, parents, and the school community! Thank you NCATA for supporting teacher assistants in North Carolina and ensuring that their work in the classroom continues to be instrumental in moving our schools to greater heights! NCATA Rocks!"
Tanya Head, Assistant Superintendent of Curriculum and Instruction.
Bladen County Schools
Become a member!
The North Carolina Association of Teacher Assistants is proud to sponsor a scholarship program for its members’ children. Scholarships are awarded in amounts of up to $1,500.00. Members of NCATA are eligible to apply for a scholarship for their son or daughter. Scholarship recipients are honored at the annual NCATA conference.
Teacher Assistant of the Year
NCATA selects a Teacher Assistant of the Year (TAOY) annually from finalists in each of the eight districts. The recipient of the State TAOY award is recognized as an exemplary representative of NCATA and teacher assistants of North Carolina. It's quite an honor to be selected by your peers to represent them as Teacher Assistant of the Year!
Critical News & Information
NCATA news & updates on informative newsletters and on web site
Complimentary subscription of newsletter to all NCATA Members
Legislative updates and reports designed to inform/mobilize