Ms. Stone
  • Ms. Che-Von Stone- Principal
    Greetings! My name is Che-Von Stone and it is a true honor to serve as the Principal of Cedar Fork Elementary, one of the most diverse schools in the state of North Carolina. The journey to Cedar Fork has been a great one. I began my career in WCPSS in 2001 as an 8th grade Social Studies teacher at East Millbrook Magnet Middle School and then became the Assistant Principal at Cedar Fork Elementary in 2008. I also served as the Assistant Principal at Leesville Road Elementary prior to being named the Principal of Cedar Fork in February of 2014. It is again, a true honor, to be able to work with the dedicated staff, parents, and students of the Stingray family. We are truly a school community that lives out the Core Values of WCPSS and our school motto, "passion for learning, excellence for all." 
Ms. Keyser
  • Ms. Denise Keyser- Assistant Principal

    Hello, All Cedar Fork Stingray Families! My name is Denise Keyser and I have the privilege of being the Assistant Principal at Cedar Fork. I have been in education for many years and taught second, fourth and PreK through Fifth grade technology. I obtained my teaching degree from Appalachian State. I received the Principal Fellows scholarship and attended ECU for my Master's in School Administration. I am so excited to see all the new Stingrays and reconnect with all returning Stingrays!

Mr. Spoon
  • Mr. Graham Witherspoon- Administrative Intern

    My name is Mr. Graham Witherspoon and I  earned my Elementary Education degree from Roberts Wesleyan College in Rochester NY. I began my teaching career at Kate Waller Barrett in Stafford VA, where I taught 5th and second grade. In 2004, I moved to North Carolina and taught sixth grade science at Standback Middle School in Hillsborough NC. I also served as a Raleigh Police Officer, for the City of Raleigh, working with the downtown patrol unit, the community policing division, where I worked to solve community problems with local businesses, schools and community partners, and with the youth and family services division, working alongside Wake County Schools teaching the Leader Program to fifth grade students. After serving the City of Raleigh for thirteen years I came back to the classroom in 2015 teaching second grade at Hodge Road Elementary School. For the past three years I taught seventh grade social studies at East Garner Magnet Middle School. I am excited to begin my new chapter as an educational leader at Cedar Fork Elementary School K-5 (WCPSS) for my year long school administration residency.