Head of School
Mrs. Sherry Reynolds is a lifelong educator who believes all children can learn when given the opportunity. With thirty years experience serving as teacher and administrator in Gaston County Schools as well as training in Effective Schools Research and Best Practices, Sherry successfully founded SNR Educational Consulting. As an independent consultant, she has led schools and districts in a school improvement process using data-based and data-driven instruction resulting in effectiveness measured in terms of quality and equity.
Mrs. Dellinger is currently working towards her 24th year of service in education. She received her Elementary Education degree from the University of North Carolina at Charlotte and her Masters of Administration from Gardner-Webb University. She is married and has two children. As a family, they enjoy participating in Archery Events with her children's archery team and camping. Mrs. Dellinger is actively involved in her church's orchestra where she plays the flute. She believes children's mindset can be changed from feeling as if things are impossible to "I'm possible" with just a little encouragement, structure and support.
My name is Pamela Burgess and I am so excited to be joining the Community Public Charter School family. I retired from Gaston County Schools in June of 2020. Teaching kindergarten is my passion, I taught kindergarten the last 18 years of my career. I believe all children have the potential to be successful in academics. It is my job to teach them to always be curious about learning. We are all going to become great friends this year. I have been married to my husband Scott, for the past 30 years. We have two children Jessica and Trevor. Jessica is an attorney and Trevor is a Safety Director for Bonitz Corporation. I recently became a grandmother, Asher was born in September and Elle was born in November, both of them in 2019!! They are absolutely adorable! I have a very spoiled Yorkie named Gizmo, he provides lots of entertainment for the Burgess household.
When I began studying at Liberty University, I pursued a degree in elementary education. In class, I learned the how and why behind teaching. I also spent many hours in a variety of classrooms, which helped me gain experience through observation and through teaching lessons of my own. I student taught in the Fall semester of 2018, and I became a Teacher Assistant for the same school during the Spring semester. In the fall of 2019, I began teaching here at CPCS!
I grew up in Gastonia and attended Lowell Elementary, Holbrook Junior High and Ashbrook High School. I attended college at Western Carolina University. Go Catamounts! I graduated with a degree in Early Childhood Education and Reading. I taught Kindergarten and 1st Grade for 32 years before retiring in 2017. I came out of retirement to teach at our wonderful school, Community Public Charter.
My name is Mrs. Stuckey and this is my first year at CPCS. Kindergarten was the first class I taught 30 years ago, and have taught other ages throughout those years. I am married with two beautiful children, a son in-law and a beautiful granddaughter. Oh, I must not forget my dog Rudi. I am excited to be teaching at CPCS this year!
With 16 years of teaching experience I have learned that every child, no matter his/her starting point, has the potential to succeed. It’s a matter of discerning how best to reach children where they are and give the support needed. My professional motto is “Teach fervently, but always be willing to be taught.” Every day is a learning experience for the teacher as well as the student.
My passion for teaching was developed at an early age growing up in a family of educators. Teaching is in my blood! My love for dance gave me the opportunity to work with younger children for several years as a dance instructor. As a recent elementary education graduate from East Carolina University and a member of the ECU Dance Team, this proud ECU Pirate is very excited to start my career at CPCS.
I received my Bachelors of Education from Belmont Abbey College in May 2019 . I started my journey as an educator in high school where I tutored under performing kindergarten and first grade students in both reading and math. I student taught Kindergarten at Bessemer City Primary School.
My name is Ashley Hager. I am a wife and a mother of two daughters. I have one pet, a dog named Luna. I live in Stanley and am an East Gaston alumni. My favorite things are spending time with my family, going on day trips to the mountains, and camping.I have been teaching for 15 years and have experience in all grades K-5. I have a bachelor's degree from Appalachian State and a Masters degree from Montreat College.
I was homeschooled for all of my elementary and high school years. After graduation, I earned an Associate of Arts degree at Gaston College. Many years later I attended Belmont Abbey College, where I earned a bachelor's degree in Elementary Education. I was born and raised in Gaston County. Stanley, NC is home to me. I have three sisters and two brothers. My nieces & nephews are my world; any of my free time is spent with them. Before I became a teacher, I worked for Atrium Healthcare as a unit secretary/monitor tech/fixer of all things(I am basically a multi-tasking ninja) for 10 years. I still work there occasionally because I love it so much.
The only passion I have ever known for a career is to teach. I began tutoring at a very young age and have fulfilled my life thus far surrounded by children of many ages. One of the things I enjoy the most about teaching is having the opportunity to instill a love of learning into each child that comes into my life. I took the love of learning myself and earned a Master’s in Education, but I continue to work hard to never stop learning new things. One thing I really enjoy about CPCS is I come in every morning with the intent of teaching the scholars that attend this school, but every evening I leave having learned something new. The students are awesome educators in how to live, laugh, and love… Joseph Joubert said it best when he said, “To teach is to learn twice.”
I received my bachelor’s degree from Appalachian State University in Elementary Education– with hopes of advancing my educational career in the future. Outside of the classroom, I am a wife and a mother of two. I enjoy spending time with my family and allowing my crazy children to teach me all their hobbies. From art, to dance, to skateboarding, we do it all and embrace adventure as a family. Within the classroom, I am a highly motivated, enthusiastic and dedicated educator who wants all children to be successful learners. I believe that all students are wired for success and that success is created through meaningful relationships.
Welcome to CPC! I am excited to be a part of this community. I have taught elementary school for over 30 years. I started out in Charlotte-Mecklenburg before coming to Gaston County at Belmont Central Elementary. I went to UNC Charlotte for my undergraduate degree. I have my Masters from Appalachian State University. I am so happy about the curriculum and people at Community Public Charter! On a personal note, I live nearby in Belmont. I have three children and a golden retriever. My husband and I enjoy rooting for East Carolina and NC State, where two of our children go to college. I love listening to music and I enjoy reading biographies in my spare time.
I am so excited to part of this community. I have been teaching elementary school for 32 years. I retired from Gaston County Schools , where I taught at Belmont Central and Ida Rankin. I went to Lenior-Rhyne for my undergraduate degree. I have my masters from Grand Canyon University. I am National Board certified. I am so excited to learn about the curriculum and the community of CPC! n a personal note, I live in Mt. Holly. I have three boys, a daughter-in-law , and two dogs. My husband and I enjoy Gamecock games where my youngest son attends and listening to Army stories from his twin brother. In my spare time , I enjoy spending time with my family and friends.
I attended East Carolina University, GO PIRATES! I was on the Dance Team for 4 years and attended almost every sporting event there was! Teaching has been one of my biggest dreams since I was a little girl. Being on the dance team in college, I was able to attend many events with children and it truly solidified my decision to teach! I got my degree in Elementary Education and as soon as I graduated I was lucky enough to grant a job here at CPCS. The best school in the world!
My name is Rachel Davis and I am the sixth grade classroom teacher here at CPCS! I hold a BA In Elementary Education from Grove City College, and have been a teacher for over 25 years. Over the years, I have enjoyed teaching a wide variety of grade levels and subject areas and love helping students connect with learning in the classroom! I have a background in music and enjoy playing the piano and choral singing. I spend my spare time crafting and creating handmade treasures for my two young nieces. I am also a cat-mom to a very spoiled kitty, Felix. I am thrilled to join the CPCS team this year and I am looking forward to many wonderful adventures in education with my sixth grade students at Community Public Charter!
Mr. Hahn graduated from Lee University in Cleveland, TN and began his teaching career in 2013. Two years later, he and his wife, Jessica, moved to North Carolina, and in 2019 they became a small family with the birth of their daughter, Amelia. Mr. Hahn is determined to teach music to young minds, fostering a sense of wonder in the classroom and respect for all cultures. He strives to encourage all students to participate in music, and aims to make music accessible to all who enter his classroom, regardless of ability or initial interest.
Originally from Mt. Holly, I have recently returned home after working in Wilmington, N.C. and Richmond, VA. for over 25 years. I received my college degrees from Appalachian State University and Central Piedmont Community College. While in Wilmington and Richmond, I worked as a Product Developer for a company designing home decor and garden products. I also taught art at Mt. Holly Middle School and managed my own company in Advertising and Graphic Design. I am enjoying this opportunity to work with the students at Community Public Charter School. As I have spent my career in the arts I hope this passion spills into the classroom.
I am in my 26th year of teaching Physical Education in North Carolina. My first four years were in Randolph County and I spent the last 21 years teaching in Charlotte. I first earned a business degree from UNC-Charlotte then realized my passion to teach children. I then earned my physical education degree from UNC-Greensboro. I have an excitement for teaching movement and skills which build confidence and self-esteem in children. My hobbies are juggling, volleyball, and spending time with my family.
My name is Barry Webster and I am excited to be a part of Community Public Charter School. I am an alumnus of Gardner Webb University earning a Bachelor's degree in Physical Education. I retired from Cleveland County Schools after teaching physical education for 30 years. I have been married to my wife Augusta for 32 years. We have three sons and five grandchildren, with one grandson on the way. I enjoy relaxing and being outdoors, spending time with my family and watching all things North Carolina Tarheels.
I recently retired from Gaston County Schools after 31.5 years. I spent my entire career in special education, most recently as a director. I received my undergraduate degree in Special Education from Western Carolina University and my Master's degree in Special Education from University of North Carolina-Charlotte. I graduated from Ashbrook High School and both of my parents were educators. Before returning to work in Gaston County, I worked in Craven and Buncombe Counties. I have been married to my husband Greg for 27 years and we have two sons, Nick-26 and Ben-21. My hobby is reading. I love anything with a happily ever after! I also enjoy suspense and true crime novels.
In 2011, I gave my notice in a promising banking career without another job lined up. I had an undergraduate degree in Business Administration from Gardner Webb University, five years of banking/finance experience, and an earnest desire to make a difference in the world of education. Within two months, I accepted a job as a special education teacher through lateral entry. I received my Master's Certificate in Special Education shortly after. I have never regretted that decision and always believed in my journey. I am a firm believer that you will never work a day in your life if you are doing what you love and that every student is a unique individual deserving of an education.
I attended Belmont Abbey College and obtained my Bachelor's degree in Elementary Education. I received my Master's degree in Elementary Education from the University of Phoenix online. I am also certified as a Reading Specialist K-12. I am a wife, mother, and Grammie. I've been married 27 years. We have three children and four grandchildren. We love getting together and celebrating any occasion. We also enjoy traveling.
I grew up in a family of teachers, and this instilled in me a love for education and young children. I earned a B.A. in English from the University of North Georgia and Early Childhood Education certification from Augusta University. My work experience as a teacher includes a public, private and charter school, as well as homeschooling. After raising three children, I am excited to serve my local community sharing my love of learning. Tutoring students in reading is my favorite part of being a teaching assistant. When I'm not at home in Stanley, you might find me with my husband walking on my parent's farm or eating ethnic food in a big city.
I am Margaret DeWolf, proud parent of two boys and grandparent to two grandsons. I live in Stanley and have been here for over three years after living a while in New Mexico. I obtained my Teaching Assistant Certification while teaching in upstate New York for several years. I have worked in several different schools with students from kindergarten to high school. I thoroughly enjoy working with the young students and helping them succeed. I really like working with elementary students because they are short like me!
This is my second year here at CPCS, and I couldn’t ask for a better place to be! I grew up here in Stanley and received my bachelor’s degree in Christian Education from Lee University. I have been working with children in the preschool or school setting for five years. Thomas Jefferson said that knowledge is power, knowledge is safety, and knowledge is happiness. I'm so pleased that I get to be a part of creating in our students a thirst for knowledge which will last a lifetime.
I joined CPCS in 2019 as a first grade teacher’s assistant and currently hold this same position. Prior to CPCS I worked at Cramerton Christian Academy, as an interim PE teacher and substitute. I obtained a bachelor's degree from Lee university in 2017 majoring in Christian Education. Stanley, NC has been my home for the majority of my life, and I would not trade my quaint, little “Mayberry” town for anything. Apart from assisting in the classroom, I love educating children in my local church. According to Psalm 127, Children are a heritage from the Lord, and I believe that it is our duty as educators to give children the best care and education possible.
I have been married for 22 years and I have 4 kids, ages from 11 to 20. I have worked with children in the preschool setting for 8 years and worked with special education students for 8 years at Webb Street School and Gardner Park Elementary School. In my spare time, I like to spend time with my family/friends and listening to Christian music. I am Blessed to be a part of the CPCS family now and for many years to come!
My name is Angel Robledo. I am married and have two beautiful daughters. My favorite hobby is cooking. I also enjoy doing arts and crafts with my girls. I have always loved working with children. I have a degree in Early Childhood Education. I have been working with children for over 12 years. Being able to watch their eyes light up when they learn something new brings me joy. This is my second year at CPCS. I absolutely love working here, and I'm excited to see what new adventures this school year will bring.