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Erin Rogers Odom is recipient of Sibylla and Kenneth
Peters graduate scholarship
November 5, 2010
Erin Rogers Odom of Jonesboro and a graduate student at
Arkansas State University has accepted the Sibylla and Kenneth Peters
graduate scholarship to continuing studying at Arkansas State.
Some of her achievements and activities include serving as
Arkansas Comprehensive School Improvement Plan
chairperson for mathematics, serving on the Kindergarten Center
Leadership Team and assisted in designing focus and curriculum guides
for literacy and math.
She also participated in the grant-funded Connect the Dots Math Program,
assisted in the implementation of parent workshops on discipline and
Odom is currently teaching kindergarten at Jonesboro Kindergarten Center
and is working on a master's degree in Educational Leadership.
An active member of First Baptist Church in Jonesboro, she is the
daughter of Dede Long and David Long and the late Eddie J. Rogers. She
has three children: Mac (aged 5) and twins Addie Blake and Harry (aged
The Sibylla and Kenneth Peters scholarship is awarded to a student who
demonstrates the abilities, personal qualities and scholarship conducive
to becoming an outstanding teacher.
(From left) Erin Rogers Odom and Cindy Hinson, Professional Education
Programs Coordinator at ASU
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