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Jill Miller Woodie: Class of 2000

Jill Miller Woode - class of 2000
North Wilkes High School Alumni
Jill Miller Woodie

Q: Year graduated from North Wilkes:
A: 2000
Q: List any education/degrees beyond high school:
A: Business Education (7-12), Appalachian State University, Bachelor's Degree; Educational Technology and Online Instruction, Liberty University, Master's Degree
Q: List Professional/Career Experience and why you chose your career path:
A: Career-Technical Education Instructor for Wilkes County Schools and Lead Photographer for Waterhouse Studios Photography. If I wasn't in Mr. Noble's classroom working on the yearbook, I was out in the business building with Ms. Delp, Mrs. Purvis, and Mrs. Alexander. I completed the following Career-Technical Education (CTE) courses: Keyboarding, Business Computer Technology (BCT), Computer Applications I, and Computer Applications II. The courses I took in high school led me to my career path.
Q: If you could go back and give yourself advice as a high school student, what advice would you give and why. What advice would you give to high school students today?
A: If you fall, pick yourself back up. Grace wins.
Q: Do you have a special memory from your time at North?
A: I have a lot of special memories from playing fast-pitch softball at North Wilkes. My junior and senior year, we were back-to-back conference champions. In 2000, USA Today listed our team as a top-50 program in America. I am thankful I had the opportunity to play for Coach Randy Joines and Coach Buddy Parsons.
Q: How has your NWHS education and experiences positively impacted your life?
A: Mr. Joe Noble, Ms. Tina Delp, and Mr. Mike Greene all had a big impact on my experiences at North Wilkes. They saw something in me that I didn't see in myself at the time, and I am thankful they took a chance on me