Dr. Anne Radke
Principal, Moyock Middle
Dr. Radke started her travels in 1967 as an Army dependent. She spent her childhood in almost all of the United States, as well as three years in Jakarta, Indonesia. She spent her 3rd, 4th and 5th grade years at the Joint International School in Jakarta, and returned to the United States for middle school in Tallahassee, Florida (Augusta Raa Middle) in 1976.
Dr. Radke attended Leon High School in Tallahassee, Florida, was part of the Marching Redcoats band, and finalized her senior year at Independence High School in Charlotte, NC. She has a variety of degrees from both UNC-Charlotte and Wingate Universities, and was awarded a National Endowment for the Humanities grant to study Chaucer at Dartmouth College. Dr. Radke also worked as a wrangler at Yellowstone National Park, guiding tourists on horseback through Yellowstone Canyon.
In 2005, Dr. Radke was awarded the Governor's Conservation Achievement Award as the NC Environmental Educator of the year. She has written and received $115,000 worth of grants for her schools. She is entering her 19th year as a school administrator and her 29th year as an educator. (She has served as an administrator in ALL THREE levels of education!) She is also a proud member of the Delta Kappa Gamma International Society for Key Women Educators, and Mensa International.
Dr. Radke also serves learners in the global community, traveling to Dakar, Senegal (Africa) in 2008, the Dominican Republic in 2012 and the Amazon Jungle in Peru in 2013 to build and support sister schools and peer educators. She currently lives in Elizabeth City, and is mother to a fine arts major at UNC-G and two cats, Bohdi Waffles and Floozie.
Dr. Radke believes that each and every student at Moyock Middle can learn, thrive and grow and looks forward to serving the community on a daily basis!
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