Educational organization open to new members

Tue, 09/11/2007 - 4:42pm
By: The Citizen

Educational organization open to new members

The oldest national professional organization for educators, Kappa Kappa Iota, is present in the state of Georgia through seven conclaves and Mu Conclave serves Fayette and Henry counties.

On August 18, Anne Burks of Fayetteville (president of Lambda State) presented Pat Perkins, media specialist at Burch Elementary, the president’s handbook for Mu Conclave. Perkins is also the immediate past president for Kappa Kappa Iota-Lambda State.

Membership in Kappa Kappa Iota is by invitation from current members and is open to any of the following: classroom teacher, parapros, custodial workers - essentially anyone who spends the majority of their working day with students in an educational setting, former educators and full time education majors on college/ university campuses.

Anyone interested in membership in the local unit may contact second vice president of Mu Conclave, Carol Lunsford, at Visit for more information about the national organization.

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