Moore County teachers honored at retirement ceremony

Moore County Schools commemorated the service of its retiring educators and staff members at a retirement banquet held on May 7 at the Village Pine Venue in Carthage. The event was a celebration honoring the commitment and contributions of the individuals to the enhancement of our educational community.

This year, Moore County Schools honored 55 retirees, collectively representing 959 years of service to the district. When factoring in their combined experiences from prior roles in other school districts, their tenure amounted to 1,167 years.

“Our school district has flourished under your guidance and expertise,” Dr. Tim Locklair, superintendent of Moore County Schools, said. “Your enduring dedication has left an indelible imprint on our students, colleagues, and community. As you embark on this well-deserved chapter of retirement, please know that your impact will continue to make a difference, and we have great gratitude for your service.”

The retirement banquet provided a heartfelt opportunity for attendees to reminisce on cherished memories, share inspiring anecdotes, and extend warm wishes to the retirees as they transition into this new phase of life.

“Moore County Schools extends sincere appreciation to each retiree for their unwavering commitment to educational excellence,” said the school district in a press release. “Their passion, leadership, and dedication have significantly enriched the lives of countless individuals within our educational community.”

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