City Councilman Kenny Hardin Attends an Informative Session Saturday on the Planned Launch of the FREE Essie Mae Kiser Foxx Charter School

Posted on April 16, 2017



Kenny Hardin, Salisbury City Councilman  (Reprinted with Permission)

♦ I attended a very informative session on the planned 2018 launch of the FREE Essie Mae Kiser Foxx charter school this morning. I appreciate being able to address the Board of Directors, potential business partners and interested supporters in attendance. I’m proud of the perseverance and unyielding determination the Board showed to win unanimous approval to move forward to securing State Board approval in June.

Whitney Peckman (l) with Essie Mae Kiser Foxx Charter School’s Founding Principal Jess Miller (r):

The proposed open date for this FREE charter school in East Spencer is set for August 27, 2018. My hat is off to Kenneth Lydell Muhammad El and the entire Foxx family for continuing to push this vision through to better serve the community.

Kenneth Lydell Muhammad El:

Whitney Peckman:

Kenny Hardin Speaking with attendee about vocational education:

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