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STEPP Program celebrates 15th anniversary
STEPP Program celebrates 15th anniversary
 
Mr. James “Frank” Franklin Stepp, age 69, a resident of Bath, NC, died Wednesday August 12, 2020 at Vidant Beaufort Hospital with his wife by his side.
Mr. James “Frank” Franklin Stepp, age 69, a resident of Bath, NC, died Wednesday August 12, 2020 at Vidant Beaufort Hospital with his wife by his side.
 
White House Press Secretary Stephanie Grisham will be stepping down from her role and returning to the First Lady’s office, where she will serve as Melania Trump’s spokesperson and chief of staff, the White House said in a statement Tuesday morning.
White House Press Secretary Stephanie Grisham will be stepping down from her role and returning to the First Lady’s office, where she will serve as Melania Trump’s spokesperson and chief of staff, the White House said in a statement Tuesday morning.
 
In honor of Learning Disabilities Awareness Month, ECU is highlighting the STEPP Program, (Supporting Transition and Education through Planning and Partnerships), which provides academic, social and life skills support for students with identified learning disabilities.
In honor of Learning Disabilities Awareness Month, ECU is highlighting the STEPP Program, (Supporting Transition and Education through Planning and Partnerships), which provides academic, social and life skills support for students with identified learning disabilities.
 
Dallas Woodhouse, former TV reporter and grass-roots activist, announced Monday, April 15, he would leave his position as executive director of the N.C. Republican Party after the party’s state convention in June.
Dallas Woodhouse, former TV reporter and grass-roots activist, announced Monday, April 15, he would leave his position as executive director of the N.C. Republican Party after the party’s state convention in June.
 
Mr. Marshall James "Mike" Stepps, Jr., age 74, a resident of Washington died Wednesday June 8, 2016 at Vidant Beaufort Hospital.
Mr. Marshall James "Mike" Stepps, Jr., age 74, a resident of Washington died Wednesday June 8, 2016 at Vidant Beaufort Hospital.
 
Patrick Young was told early in life that he was not college material; that he wouldn't make it
Patrick Young was told early in life that he was not college material; that he wouldn't make it
 
Josh Howard is stepping down as chairman of the State Board of Elections, effective January 1, 2016. Howard announced his plans during a meeting Tuesday morning.
Josh Howard is stepping down as chairman of the State Board of Elections, effective January 1, 2016. Howard announced his plans during a meeting Tuesday morning.
 
Incoming students with learning disabilities are gaining valuable experience using assistive learning technology through a summer program at East Carolina University.
Incoming students with learning disabilities are gaining valuable experience using assistive learning technology through a summer program at East Carolina University.
 
An East Carolina University program that assists college students with learning disabilities will get an important boost from a two-year grant recently awarded by the William R. Kenan Jr. Charitable Trust.
An East Carolina University program that assists college students with learning disabilities will get an important boost from a two-year grant recently awarded by the William R. Kenan Jr. Charitable Trust.
 
Helping students with learning differences succeed at the college level was the focus of a recent conference that drew more than 170 educators and students to East Carolina University.
Helping students with learning differences succeed at the college level was the focus of a recent conference that drew more than 170 educators and students to East Carolina University.
 
East Carolina University's Project STEPP program, which supports students with learning disabilities who aspire to achieve a college education, has received a nearly $950,000 donation from Walter and Marie Williams of Greenville.
East Carolina University's Project STEPP program, which supports students with learning disabilities who aspire to achieve a college education, has received a nearly $950,000 donation from Walter and Marie Williams of Greenville.
 
A one-of-a-kind art show at East Carolina University demonstrated how middle school students with learning differences used art to learn about their strengths and express their individuality.
A one-of-a-kind art show at East Carolina University demonstrated how middle school students with learning differences used art to learn about their strengths and express their individuality.
 
Ella May Martin Steppe, age 88, a resident of Duck Creek Rd., Washington passed away Tuesday, April 8, 2014.
Ella May Martin Steppe, age 88, a resident of Duck Creek Rd., Washington passed away Tuesday, April 8, 2014.
 
Johnny Jones has high blood pressure and diabetes, conditions often seen by health care providers in eastern North Carolina. But a swollen leg and fever brought him to the hospital.
Johnny Jones has high blood pressure and diabetes, conditions often seen by health care providers in eastern North Carolina. But a swollen leg and fever brought him to the hospital.
 
Faculty members at East Carolina University have developed and released free curriculum materials designed to help high school students with learning differences make a successful transition to college.
Faculty members at East Carolina University have developed and released free curriculum materials designed to help high school students with learning differences make a successful transition to college.
 
A group of students in East Carolina University’s Project STEPP program spent Friday afternoons this semester out in the community, mentoring fourth- and fifth-graders at the Building Hope Community Life Center. The kids listen and respond to their Pirate mentors. They have connected...
A group of students in East Carolina University’s Project STEPP program spent Friday afternoons this semester out in the community, mentoring fourth- and fifth-graders at the Building Hope Community Life Center. The kids listen and respond to their Pirate mentors. They have connected...
 
Leigh Stanley, John C. Tayloe School’s music teacher, rehearses with third graders for the upcoming Steppin Out 2013.
Leigh Stanley, John C. Tayloe School’s music teacher, rehearses with third graders for the upcoming Steppin Out 2013.
 
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