Seventy-one students attended this year’s Summer Enrichment Academy held at P.W. Moore Elementary June 25-29. The program was designed to provide challenging activities for both gifted and high-achieving students.
The program included five units: Creative Expressions, Adventures in Art,…
Erica Sutton, a 2018 graduate of Northeastern High School, received an AVID scholarship in the amount of $750 from the Education Foundation for EC-Pasquotank Public Schools.
Around 50 students from Hertford Grammar and Perquimans Central are getting extra help with reading this summer, thanks to a state mandated law enacted in 2012.
Alton Campbell has been named principal of Chowan Middle School effective Aug. 23.
The Education Foundation for ECPPS provides grants annually to teachers in the district for classroom projects that will enhance instruction and have a direct impact on student learning.
Angie Walston, Teacher of the Year at White Oak Elementary School, has been named 2018-2019 Edenton-Chowan Schools Teacher of the Year.
District staff Joanne Sanders, Leigh Austin, Rachel Benton and Kelly Cowell were recently recognized by the Board of Education and Superintendent Larry Cartner for participation in a K-3 Formative Assessment Pilot through the N.C. Department of Public Instruction.
A Perquimans County school bus transporting teachers and administrators rolled into Wynne Fork Court last week honking loud enough to get the attention of neighborhood residents.
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Harnley honored for school board service
Bladen Harnly, a senior at Camden County High School, was presented a plaque in honor of his service as a student member of the Camden Board of Education for the past two years at the board’s May 10 meeting. As a student member, Harnly channeled…