Walmart Donates Funds to Pamlico County Schools

On Monday, March 10, Walmart representatives presented a check for $5000 to Pamlico County Schools, designated for use at Pamlico County High School.  On hand for the occasion, representing Walmart, were Tammy Barton, Oriental Store Manager, Aljeana Staples, Grantsboro Store Manager, and Eric Litchfield, Walmart Market Manager. Representing Pamlico County Schools were Dr. Wanda Dawson, Superintendent, and Lisa Jackson, Pamlico County High School Principal. Dr. Dawson stated, “We look forward to working with Walmart stores in Pamlico County on future projects such as, Communities in Schools, Pack the Bus, etc. to help the children of Pamlico County.

(l-r): Dr. Wanda Dawson, Tammy Barton, Lisa Jackson, Aljeana Staples, and Eric Litchfield.

Pamlico County Board of Education Recognizes
PCHS NJROTC Rifle Team and Olivia Sawyer

During the May meeting of the Pamlico County Board of Education, the Pamlico County High School (PCHS) Naval Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps (NJROTC) Air Rifle Team was recognized for having recently competed at the NJROTC Area Six Invitational Championship Match.

(l-r) Christopher Jestness, Andrew Kempski, James Nichols, Olivia Sawyer, Commander Robinson. Not pictured: Justin Spegal.

Pamlico County Board of Education
Members Recognized

During the Pamlico County Board of Education’s April meeting, four board members were recognized for receiving awards from the North Carolina School Boards Association (NCSBA) for having reached the next level of recognition for Continuing Education Unit (CEU) hours for the 2012-2013 school year. They are Gene Dudley and Mackie Spruill, both a Certificate of Merit (31-100 hours of training), Beatrice Mays, Certificate of Advanced Achievement (201-300 hours of training), and Reginald Hawkins, Sr., Award of Excellence (301-400 hours of training).

(l-r) Beatrice Mays, Reginald Hawkins, Sr., and Mackie Spruill.
Not pictured: Gene Dudley

Pamlico County Board of Education Recognizes
PCHS Health Occupations Students of America

The Pamlico County Board of Education recognized the Pamlico County High School Health Occupations Students of America (HOSA) who participated in the regional and state competitions.

(l-r) Lynn Hardison, PCHS Health Occupations Teacher, Morgan Campen, Kenisha Whitney, Heather Harris and Megan Ehmke. Not pictured: James Young, Jr., Sierra Campen, Angel Pipkin, Cheyene Mata, Karmen McDonald, Treasure Banks, Jessica Bustamante, Alexis Eastwood, and Martha Bautista.

Pamlico County Board of Education Recognizes
Sun Journal All-Area Football Second Team

The Pamlico County Board of Education recognized the Pamlico County High School (PCHS) students who have been recently selected for the Sun Journal All-Area Defense & Offense Football Second Teams. Sophomore Defensive Back, Josiah Simmons, was selected for the Defensive Team and Senior Quarterback, NaQuan Gibbs, Senior Running Back, Tarik Davis, and Senior Offensive Lineman, Kevin Midyette, were selected for the Offensive Team.

(l-r) Josiah Simmons and NaQuan Gibbs. Not pictured: Tarik Davis and Kevin Midyette.

Make-Up Days Announced For Pamlico County Schools

Please select the “Make-Up Days 1 and Make-Up Days 2 ” links for letters from Dr. Dawson, Superintendent, concerning the schedule for making up schools days missed by students.   Make-Up Days 1                       Make-Up Days 2


The Food Bank of Central and Eastern North Carolina has cancelled the food distribution that was scheduled for Monday,  March 3, 2014.  The next scheduled food distribution is scheduled forApril 28, 2014 at Fred Anderson Elementary school at 4:00.  We apologize for the inconvenience and we look forward to continue this service in April.

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Our Mission
Pamlico County Schools, in partnership with home and community, will prepare all students for further education and to be productive, responsible citizens who function effectively in a changing world.
Our Vision
Pamlico County Schools will provide excellent leadership and innovative teaching by integrating 21st Century skills that will create productive, responsible citizens for a globally changing society.

Upcoming Events

Wednesday, April 23
PCMS Baseball
@Epiphany 4pm
Thursday, April 24
PCHS Softball vs West Craven (Home) 6:00

PCMS Softball/Baseball
Vs. West Craven 4:00pm
PCMS Track
vs Grover C & Tucker Creek @PCHS
Special Olympics Spring Games (PCHS Football Field)
10:00 AM - 2:00 PM