Child Nutrition Assistant Recognized for
During the May 6th meeting, the Pamlico County Board of Education recognized Gileah Miller, Pamlico County High School Child Nutrition Assistant, for having completed her ServSafe Certification.
Dr. Wanda Dawson (r), Superintendent of Pamlico County Schools, presents Gileah’s certificate. Read more...
Pamlico County Schools
Leadership Academy Recognized
During the May 6th meeting of the Pamlico County Board of Education, members of the Pamlico County Leadership Academy were recognized for having completed their year-long training and projects.
Front Row (l-r) Jeremy Johnson, Terry Gatlin, Rene Davis, Christy Caroon.
Back Row: Kim Potter, Reginald Hawkins, Board of Education Chairman, Noland Hicks, Dr. Wanda Dawson, Superintendent.
Front Row (l-r) Elizabeth Paetzold, Lesley Allen.
Back Row: Reginald Hawkins, Board of Education Chairman, Kevin Yost, Barbara Miller, Dr. Wanda Dawson, Superintendent. Read more...
Pamlico County Primary Receives Donation from McDonald's
Dr. Wanda Dawson, Superintendent, and Ms. Linda Ollison, Pamlico County Primary School Principal, were present for the Grand Opening of McDonald's in Grantsboro on May 8th. During the special event, Ms. Ollison received a donation from McDonald's for use at her school.
GEAR UP Student of the Month Recognized
During the April meeting of the Pamlico County Board of Education, Isaiah Smoak, a senior at Pamlico County High School, was recognized for having been selected as the North Carolina Gaining Early Awareness and Readiness for Undergraduate Programs (GEAR UP) Student of the Month for March 2013.
Each month, GEAR UP districts submit the name of a stellar student for consideration of the honor. The GEAR UP state office evaluates each nominee’s grades, community involvement, and extra-curricular activities. Isaiah is the first Pamlico County Schools district recipient of this honor.
(l-r) Reginald Hawkins, Pamlico County Board of Education Chairman, Isaiah Smoak, and Dr. Wanda Dawson, Pamlico County Schools Superintendent.
Pamlico County Board of Education
Congratulates2013 North Carolina
Governor’s School Students
During their April meeting, members of the Pamlico County Board of Education congratulated and recognized Megan Ehmke and Nicole Edwards for their recent acceptance into the North Carolina Governor’s School 2013. Megan will study math at Governor’s School West at Salem College in Winston Salem and Nicole will study social science at Governor’s School East at Meredith College in Raleigh.
(l-r) Reginald Hawkins, Pamlico County Board of Education Chairman, Nicole Edwards, Megan Ehmke, and Dr. Wanda Dawson, Pamlico County Schools Superintendent.
Pamlico County High School Students
Recognized for Presidential Award
During the April Board of Education meeting, Allison Banks, Alyson Sanders, Kevin Midyette, and Cody Williams were recognized for having qualified to receive the Presidential Service Award.
(l-r) Front Row: Allison Banks, Alyson SandersBack Row: Reginald Hawkins, Pamlico County Board of Education Chairman, Kevin Midyette, Cody Williams, and Dr. Wanda Dawson, Pamlico County Schools Superintendent. Read more...
State Board of Education Member
Visits Pamlico County Schools
On Thursday, April 25, one of the newest State Board of Education members, Becky Taylor, spent a day in the Pamlico County Schools District where she participated in several activities, spoke with school staff and students, and visited various classrooms at each school.
Mrs. Taylor reads to Pamlico County Primary School students. Read more...
Representative Michael Speciale
On Friday, April 19, Representative Michael Speciale was in Pamlico County becoming acquainted with the Pamlico County school district’s students, staff, and Board members.
Visits Pamlico County Schools
Reginald Hawkins, Pamlico County Board of Education Chairman, Beatrice Mays, Board Member, and Dr. Wanda Dawson, Superintendent, welcome Representative Speciale to Pamlico County Schools Central Office. Read more...
PCHS Student Art
Chosen to be Displayed in the
Legislative Building in Raleigh
During the April meeting of the Pamlico County Board of Education, Samantha Manning was recognized for having had her artwork chosen to be displayed in the Legislative Building in Raleigh. Samantha is a sophomore at Pamlico County High School. Read more...
Reginald Hawkins, Pamlico County Board of Education Chairman,
Samantha Manning and Dr. Dawson.
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.
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.
Monday, May 27
Tuesday, May 28
PCHS Spring Band Concert
7:00 PM - 10:00 PM
Wednesday, May 29
Athletic Awards Banquet 6pm
Thursday, May 30
PCHS Awards/Scholarship Program
7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
At Hatsell Auditorium