Generations of learning
By Phyllis Moore
Published in News on November 8, 2012 1:46 PM
Charles B. Aycock is a school rich in family tradition. The Thomas/Davis family is an example of that tradition with three generations at the school. Front row, Jane Pittman Thomas, Class of 1965, has been treasurer of the school's Booster Club since 1984. Second row, siblings Rhonda Thomas Davis, Class of 1986, and Allen Thomas, Class of 2000, are both math teachers, and their father, Bruce Thomas, Class of 1962, the school's first graduating class, is currently a substitute teacher. On the back row are Rhonda's son, Kyle, vice president of his freshman class, and her husband, Charles Davis, head baseball coach, athletic director and physical education teacher at the school.
Charles B. Aycock High School, celebrating its 50th anniversary this year, also has an extensive family tree with branches that connect students and staff, past and present.
The roots at Charles B. Aycock High School run deep -- much like that of a family tree. The school, which just celebrated its 50th anniversary, is the county's largest high school and continues to grow. And yet, it still...
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