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Elementary Students Win Writing Awards
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Welcome to Career and Technical Educatio
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2015 “Give Five-Read Five” Campaign a Big Success
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Pamlico County Primary School Holds 2nd Annual Environmental Field Day
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Battle of the Books Team Recognized
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Jackson & Wynn Receive Rotary Student of the Month Awards
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Wayne Represents Pamlico County High School on WITN Spots
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Meador & Cahoon Selected to Attend North Carolina Governor’s School
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Leading Ladies of Pamlico County High School
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Mr. Torrey Nowell, Appointment as Pamlico County High School Head Football Coach
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GEAR UP Provides Summer Enrichment for Pamlico Students
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Board Recognizes Haley Salmons
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Top Wrestlers Recognized
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Board Recognizes All Sun-Journal Girls’ B-Team
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Gibbs and Lee Rotary Student of the Month
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PCHS HOSA Wins Awards at State Conference
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Midyette Earns Platinum Certificate
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Gene Dudley Recognized
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Evans & Potter Receive Rotary Student of the Month Awards
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Sawyer Named Gilliam Award Winner
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Two Pamlico County Students Selected for Governor’s School 2015
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Pamlico County Primary School Hosts Annual Spring Title I Meeting and Family Book Fair Night
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And the Music Keeps Getting Better
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Local School Personnel and Community Stakeholders Celebrate Public Schools
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Building Engineers through Career and Technical Education
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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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Pamlico County Schools to Participate in Summer Food Service Program

Just as learning does not end when school is out, neither does a child's need for good nutrition. The Summer Food Service Program (SFSP) provides free, nutritious meals and snacks to help children get the nutrition they need to learn, play, and grow, throughout the summer months.  To learn more click HERE.