Samuel Moore, seventh-grade science teacher at Cammack Middle School in Huntington, infuses outstanding instruction and in-depth subject knowledge with enthusiasm, intellectual generosity and compassion. His students are motivated to excel, thereby qualifying for membership in Mr. Moore's forum for academic excellence, the Raisin Club - so-named because new knowledge forms new wrinkles on the brain. A respected spokesperson for educational improvement, Mr. Moore has chaired the Faculty Senate, served on the District Staff Development Council, and worked with representatives from the private, public and social sectors to shape the county school system’s long-range strategic plan. Mr. Moore has held leadership positions in numerous community organizations, including the area NAACP and Commission on Multiculturalism, and is pastor of the Full Gospel Assembly. Retired in 2010 as an administrator at Spring Hill Elementary School (Huntington, WV).; Elevated to Bishopric and assigned as Diocesan of Episcopal District 23 of the Pentecostal Assemblies of the World, Inc. in 2010.
1977 Bluefield State College, B.S.