Parent Collaborative Network (PCN)

Meeting Agenda

Next Meeting: Sept. 4th 1;30-2:45pm.  Agenda Coming soon!

Meet our PCN Members!

Who is on the PCN and how do I get in touch with them?

elaine

PCN Chair and 6-8 Representative- 6-8pcn@cfci.net

This is my 8th year at CFCI and I’ve been an active part of the CFCI family since my son was in kindergarten. I am an active volunteer at CFCI as class Parent, a member of the PCN since its inception in 2017, and author of CFCI’s Green Tips.  This year, I am very excited be the PCN’s Chair and Middle School (6-8) Representative. I love seeing how the PCN has found its groove; and helping to answer parent questions, resolve issues, brainstorm new ideas, and be a sounding board for the administration. I’m passionate about the environment and greening our school. I look forward to being a part of CFCI’s 20th year.

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K-1 Representative (k-1pcn@cfci.net) & 6-8 Representative (6-8pcn@cfci.net)

Keri Wray

I was born and raised in Arkansas, and moved to Wilmington in 2003 for my husband’s job at UNCW.  Having “babies at the beach” was the main draw to moving to NC.  We have three lovely girls:  Emerson - 8th grade, Harper - 4th grade & Lottie - 1st grade, all cfci students.  I run a preschool by day and try to be involved at cfci on various levels - We love CFCI!

Melissa King

2-3 Representative (2-3pcn@cfci.net) and 4-5 Rep Support

My name is Melissa King. I am a mother to two boys currently at CFCI. Noah in fifth grade and Andrew in second grade. I am dedicated to CFCI and the parents of this school. Along with my involvement with the school I am a very active leader with the cub scouts pack 226 and a nurse for New Hanover Regional Medical Center. I am very excited to be apart of the PCN this year and help support the school and parents.

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Shelley Thomas

My name is Shelley Thomas and I have three children at CFCI - June and Caroline in fourth grade and Luke in first.  We have loved our time at CFCI, especially the wonderful teachers and the supportive environment they create in the classrooms.  An avid book lover, I enjoy coordinating the school book fair and volunteering in the classrooms as much as possible.  Aside from my role as wife, mom and volunteer, I work part-time for a local non-profit, Good Friends of Wilmington.   

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E Stanfield

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Tanya Inabnit

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Lori Roy

My name is Lori Roy and I have the distinct privilege to be the Director at the Cape Fear Center for Inquiry. I am excited at the growth of this committee in its first two years and looking forward to even more exciting, hard work this year!  . We pride ourselves in communication and collaboration, but it is often difficult to reach all stakeholders and know what all questions and concerns may be. The Parent Collaborative Network is an opportunity for CFCI faculty, staff, parents, board and community members to collaborate and brainstorm/problem-solve and simply keep communication open. Here's to 20 years of inquiry-learning and collaborating at CFCI!

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