North Carolina public education is celebrating 175 years of innovation and excellence, and Pamlico County Schools is proud to be part of this historic anniversary. Our students are carrying on the tradition of astronauts Michael Smith, William Thornton, and Curtis Brown, Nobel Prize winner Daniel McFadden, and leaders like Julius Chambers, Elizabeth Dole, and General Hugh Shelton. All of these outstanding Americans were products of North Carolina public schools. North Carolina Public Schools are Every Child’s Chance… Every Community’s Future, and Pamlico County Schools is proud to celebrate 175 years of public education in North Carolina.
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Make-Up Days Announced
Pamlico County Schools has announced make-up days for the 3 days missed due to weather conditions October 5-7.  Because of the January 22 and Feburary 12 inclement weather days, Optional Teacher Workdays have been added to the calendar on Monday, June 13, 2016 and Tuesday, June 14, 2016  .The make-up days are as follows:

   -- October 23 and December 18 will
      now be full school days

   -- January 20 will now be a regular student day

   -- April 29 will be a full school day

   -- June 13 will now be an Optional Teacher Workday

   -- June 14 will now be an Optional Teacher Workday

The following link is to the updated calendar for 2015-2016 school year with the new make-up days added.  If you have any additional questions, please contact your child's school.

2015-2016 Revised School Calendar 4th Revision 3-7-16

Save One Seat Campaign
Pamlico County Board of Education member, Judy Lee Humphries (Class of 64), retired Pamlico County Schools Cultural Arts Coordinator/Music Teacher, Anne Watson, and Pamlico County Commissioner Ann Alexander Holton (Class of 58) have joined hands and are ambitiously working to enhance the safety and beauty of the A. H. Hatsell auditorium by SAVING ONE SEAT at a time.   The Class of 1958 was the first class to walk across the stage in the new auditorium. Click Here for images of the seats today and more information.  Click Here (pdf) or Here (word) a donation form to Save One Seat.
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Our Mission Statement

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  Statement

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.

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