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Alumni news
Jackson-Feild Behavioral Health Services (JFBHS) is pleased to announce that Johnnie C. McKeller has been named Director of Education for the Gwaltney School effective January 2019. McKeller began teaching at the Gwaltney School in 2009, and had been serving as the acting director since July 1. A resident of Franklin, McKeller earned his undergraduate degree from Longwood University, and his Master's degree from Cambridge College. He has been an educator since 2005 in a variety of capacities with several school divisions in North Carolina and Virginia. He also has been a coach for baseball, football, wrestling, track & field, and basketball. McKeller is well liked and respected by the students as well as his colleagues, and his promotion has been well-received. With infectious enthusiasm, McKeller is a visionary who constantly seeks to improve himself and the Gwaltney School. Jackson-Feild Behavioral Health Services, a non-profit organization, provides residential and community based services for adolescent males and females ages 12 to 21. JFBHS specializes in the treatment of trauma for children who have experienced severe neglect and abuse in their lives. Evidence based treatment is provided for boys and girls experiencing mental health issues, behavioral issues or need extra support to complete their education.
Alumni News
Sacred Heart School announced Plymouth resident Marie Kenniston Bruninghaus (MEd '03) as recipient of the 2019 Caritas Award. Bruninghaus, a member of the Sacred Heart High School Class of 1983, was selected for the annual honor for being a dedicated alumnus, teacher and friend to the Sacred Heart School community. After graduating from Sacred Heart, Bruninghaus went on to Bridgewater State University where she received a degree in physical education, following which she returned to Sacred Heart as a member of the athletic department. Her responsibilities include teaching health and physical education to students in grades 7 through 10, coaching basketball, field hockey and softball. Bruninghaus continued her education, earning a Master's of Education in 2003 from Cambridge College. She holds certifications as a registered athletic administrator and a registered middle school athletic administrator and is a member of the National Interscholastic Athletic Administrators Association. "I have met so many intelligent, talented and caring people as a member of the Sacred Heart family," said Bruninghaus. "I am grateful and thankful to have known everyone who has walked the halls, taught, and played on the fields and courts. While it's an honor to receive this award, it's been an even greater honor to participate in this outstanding community." "What a pleasure to announce Marie as recipient of the 2019 Caritas Award," said Sister Myra Rodgers, president of Sacred Heart School. "She is the very epitome of dedication; resolute and committed to the many students she has taught and coached over the years and to the Sacred Heart community in total." Sacred Heart will honor Bruninghaus at the school's 2019 Gala, to be held on April 6 at Indian Pond Country Club, 60 Country Club Way, Kingston.