W.H. Fuller. Contributed a half century of his life to education . The Man and The School. William Henry. What does W.H. Fuller stand for?. June 1877-March 1961. When was Mr. Fuller alive?. An African American Educator for over 50 years Son of Mr. William and Mary Herndon Fuller
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Contributed a half century
of his life to education
The Man and The School
While Worth Street still exist, 20 East Worth Street is now part of the campus of Shaw University in downtown Raleigh North Carolina.Where did Mr. Fuller live?
William Jr., their son, who predeceased themWho were Mr. Fuller’s Family?
Graduated from Shaw University in 1899 with an A.B. Degree in Religion
Received a Master’s Degree from Columbia University
Received a Master’s Degree from Shaw UniversityWhat was Mr. Fuller’s Educational Background?
“William Henry Fuller, 1877-1961, Teacher
and Principal for over 50 years.”
Note: Mt. Hope Cemetery is Raleigh’s largest cemetery for African Americans (60 acres) and one of the oldest in the city.Where is Mr. Fuller buried?
Alfred Perry, 1962-1971
Minetta Eaton, 1971-1973
Floreiss Turner, 1973-1983
Nancy Shugart, 1983-1986
Peggy Beasley-Rogers, 1986-1991
Marlee Ray, 1991-1994
Wayne Funk, 1994-1996
Pamela Peters, 1996-2003
Crystal Scillitani, 2003-
Dr. Kathy Godfrey
Dr. Angela Hicks
Parent and PTA Officer
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