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Lakyn Bullock named Outstanding Teacher Intern

The Mississippi University for Women (MUW) School of Education has recognized Lakyn Bullock as Outstanding Teacher Intern for the 2020-2021 academic year. Bullock demonstrates excellence as an educator and is patient, thoughtful, and caring in her interactions with students and parents. She recognizes that education involves everyone in a child’s life and embraces the concept of teaching each student both as a part of the whole class and as an individual. Bullock is a Lawrence County High School graduate and attended Copiah-Lincoln Community College before MUW. She is currently a first-year teacher at New Hebron Attendance Center, where she teaches second grade. Pictured are (from left) Co-Lin Education Advisor Brad Hamilton, MUW Coordinator of Internship Deana Pendley, Lawrence County School District Superintendent of Education Dr. Titus M. Hines, Lakyn Bullock, New Hebron Attendance Center Principal Tiffany James, NHAC Assistant Principal Jacqueline Cascio, and MUW Chair of Department of Education Dr. Bob Fuller.