Dress Code Changes

The Pamlico County Board of Education has voted to significantly change the student dress code for the 2016-17 school year. The following points highlight some of the major changes. 

  • - Students do not have to wear collared shirts.  (Shirts must have sleeves. Tank tops or spaghetti straps are NOT allowed.)
  • - There are no longer specific color requirements for bottom wear.
    Bottom wear cannot be shorter than mid-thigh when standing.

  • -  For students in grades 6-12:  Top wear (shirts, t-shirts, sweatshirts, etc.) shall not contain messages, emblems or other decorative designs other than school/college spirit or manufacturers' logos or emblems.

Click here to read the new policy.

2016-17 School Lunch Information

The Pamlico County Schools district will be continuing with the meal option called the Community Eligibility Provision (CEP), for Pre K – 8 grades. All enrolled students at Pamlico County Primary School, Fred A. Anderson Elementary School and Pamlico County
Middle School will be provided meals at no cost to the household for the school year.  
What does this mean for you and your children attending the school(s) identified above?  No further action is required of you. Your child(ren) will be offered nutritious meals at no cost to you without completing a school meal application. 

Pamlico County High School students (grades 9-12) will be offered breakfast at no cost however, the traditional Family Meal Application for school lunch meals will be available. Households that receive benefits from the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) or Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) are exempt from completing a meal application. The cost for students who do not submit a meal application will be $2.55. Meal charges are not allowed.

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PCHS Class of 2016 Graduation Video

June 10, 2016 Pamlico County Schools for the first time, streamed the Pamlico County High School Graduation live on Youtube.  The link below is a recording of the Graduation Ceremony. 

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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