Lieutenant Dwayne Little of the Forsyth County Sheriff’s Department is Carver High School to the core. Lt. Little has always been an advocate for his alma mater and now he is putting boots on the ground to make a tangible difference at the school as a volunteer assistant athletic director.
“It started in 1995 when I first set foot on Carver’s campus. I was supposed to go to West Forsyth, and I couldn’t do it. My fifth-grade picture is me in a Carver sweatshirt, so Carver has been in me,” Little said about his love for Carver High School. “From my matriculation through high school, winning the state championship and was one of the team leaders on defense, and went off to college because of my Carver coach, this has been like a family.
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