Reginald Clowney has been a custodian atEastonElementary Schoolfor 22 years. He has served has a Lead Custodian for the past 2 years. Mr. Clowney is an important member of theEastonfamily and is vital to the smooth running of the school.
Mr. Clowney is a product of the Winston-Salem/Forsyth County School System. He attendedCarverHigh Schooland graduated fromCentralHigh Schoolin 1974. Mr. Clowney and his wife Linda have two daughters. His oldest was a 2011 graduate ofR.JReynoldsHigh School. His other daughter currently attendsReynoldsHigh School.
Mr. Clowney is an active member of the Apostolic Church of Christ, where he servers in many positions, including Deacon, Brotherhood Secretary, and Sunday School President. In his spare time, Mr. Clowney likes to help people in his church and community. He likes to do all kinds of hands-on work and is an avid cook.
Mr. Clowney enjoys his job atEastonand every staff member benefits from hid service. He is well-loved and respected and plans to be a member of theEastonfamily for many years to come.
Thank you, Mr. Reginald Clowney for all you do for the WS/FCS.
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A Man of many talents
Being the father of five sons brings about a lot of community volunteer opportunities. Gus took that opportunity by the reigns and volunteered at organizations such as the Salvation Army Boy’s Club. He has also served as a coach for local community basketball and football organizations.
Mr. Hummings is also very active in his church home of Fellowship Bible Baptist Church. There he serves as a Trustee, a group of appointed members that work together to ensure that the church is cared for and maintained well, amongst other duties.
The WS/FC Schools and the CAC would like to thank Mr. Hummings for his commitment in ensuring that our students are well fed in a clean environment every day. The work that you do is critical to the operation of our school system. Thank you for all that you do to make our school a better place to work and learn.
These are the CAC By-Laws that were amended on December 9, 2010
Attached is a presentation given by CAC leadership to the Joint Principals Meeting on Nov. 2.