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Profile for Donald Shreve

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I am a conservative Republican running for the Board of Education, Bath Seat District # 8. I have over 40 years of administrative, management, and supervisory experience. In 2013, I retired from the N.C. Department of Corrections as a sworn Probation and Parole officer. Since then I have been substitute teaching in Onslow, Carteret, and now Beaufort County Schools.

In addition, I served as CEO of a Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault Center for 10 years and had careers with two major airlines. I have also served on the Onslow/Carteret counties Mental Health Board.

I also hold a Bachelor of Science Degree in Psychology and have experience teaching General Psychology at Forsyth Technical Community College.

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I just wanted to write this out of respect for Easter and Holy week. We just celebrated Palm Sunday this past Sunday at many Churches across America and across the World.
I just wanted to write this out of respect for Easter and Holy week. We just celebrated Palm Sunday this past Sunday at many Churches across America and across the World.
 
I wanted the Beaufort Observer Eastern NC Now readers to get a truthful and accurate statement after recent untruthful comments were posted by someone posing as me, Donald Shreve.
I wanted the Beaufort Observer Eastern NC Now readers to get a truthful and accurate statement after recent untruthful comments were posted by someone posing as me, Donald Shreve.
 
This past Wednesday, September 28, 2022, three schools in Beaufort County District 8 participated in the annual “See You at the Pole” prayer event.
This past Wednesday, September 28, 2022, three schools in Beaufort County District 8 participated in the annual “See You at the Pole” prayer event.
 
For parents and some school board candidates in North Carolina, the big question asked is, “Where do the state standards end and the district’s curricula begin?”
For parents and some school board candidates in North Carolina, the big question asked is, “Where do the state standards end and the district’s curricula begin?”
 
It is no secret how important this fall election is here in Beaufort County. School board members across the country are getting unseated due to allowing wokeness curriculums into our schools by not standing up.
It is no secret how important this fall election is here in Beaufort County. School board members across the country are getting unseated due to allowing wokeness curriculums into our schools by not standing up.
 


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