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Encouraging students to perform at higher levels of accomplishment is everyone's business.
Registration for the five kindergarten programs within Beaufort County Schools will begin with the earliest of the registration periods at Bath Elementary School on March 29 and 30.
Over 181 children were screened in 4 days in the first wave of screenings to help determine eligibility for North Carolina Pre-Kindergarten and Title I slots across the county.
On Monday, March 12th Margaret Turner from East Carolina University School of Engineering visited students at Washington High School.
17th Panther Invitational Drill Competition resulted in many smiling faces across the campus of Northside High School.
On February 23, Northside High School students participated in The Washington-Beaufort County Chamber of Commerce Job Shadow Day, sponsored by PotashCorp.
On Saturday February 25th Washington High School hosted the Pam Pack Math Competition. The purpose of the competition was to provide students from Elementary, Middle, and High School an opportunity to challenge each other in their respective divisions.
On Tuesday, February 21, 2012, members of the Washington High School FFA attended the John Deere Tech open house at Wake Technical College in Raleigh. Wake Technical Community College is one of seven community colleges to be instructing students on John Deere construction and forestry equipment.
Children with hats and a ball, and one Superintendent have a bit of fun, and we offer their pictures to the world here at BCN.
On Friday, February 24, Dr. Charles Bath and his wife Joanne Bath, visited Bath Elementary School to perform their musical talents to the Kindergarten through fifth grade students.
Chocowinity Middle School students who were nominated for the character trait of Honesty during the month of February were treated to doughnuts and drinks at a special ceremony, Friday, February 24.
Mr. Somers is the founder of Amazing Productions, a company that produces educational presentations that are designed to motivate and inspire young and old alike.
John Cotten Tayloe Elementary School third grade teacher, Jessica Crocker, received a PIE grant from the Beaufort County Schools Education Foundation.
On February 9th, 2012, John Cotten Tayloe Elementary School hosted a Bingo / Pizza Nigh at the school. Students, parents, and staff enjoyed listening to music, eating pizza and playing games of bingo throughout the night.
Please be made aware of these two upcoming school events this week and next, here in the middle of March.
It’s OK to SAY is a new Beaufort County Schools initiative which allows students to confidentially report bullying, harassment, drugs and weapons or other dangerous acts on their school campus.
The high school dropout count for Beaufort County Schools grew by 1 student, 110 to 111, from the 2009-2010 school year to 2010-2011.
Southside High School faculty and staff members wore red on February 3 as part of the national campaign to fight heart disease in women.
Paul Huggins, a history teacher at Southside High School, has been nominated for the 2012 National History Teacher of the Year award.
Northside High School congratulates the following students for meeting the requirements to be inducted into the National Beta Club for the 2011-2012 school year.
John Small School and Sgt. Major Ryan Willhite from the US Marine Corp honored January’s Character Trait winners Tuesday, January 31, 2012.
Beaufort County Schools will host our annual Red Cross Blood Drive at Central Services on Thursday, February 23 from 1 pm to 6 pm.
On January 12th, eighteen students participated in PS Jones’ school-level National Geographic Bee.
Quierra Ross Receives Award at All-District Band Competition Congratulations to Quierra Ross for her success in the All-District band competition on Saturday, January 20th.
P.S. Jones Middle School received recognition as an Exemplar School for the 2010-2011 school year.
A class of sixth grade Financial Literacy students at PS Jones Middle School delivered a check and food supplies to our local animal shelter on Friday, January 20.
Jamya Moore, a seventh grader at Chocowinity Middle School, was chosen as a 2011 Victor E. Bell, Jr. Scholarship recipient.
John Small students participated in the annual Spelling Bee Friday, January 13, 2012. Two contestants were chosen from each homeroom and then competed against the other contestants in their respective grades.
In a time of great economic uncertainty, Beaufort County Schools is among the best in the state when comes to preparing students to leave high school with more than just a diploma.
Beaufort County Schools has made the recommended option for the 2012-2013 school calendar available to the public and has requested feedback from staff and the community.
Alexis Jenkins was honored as Southside High School's nominee to the Beaufort County Board of Education for the character traits of kindness and gratitude.
John Cotton Tayloe students had a special treat on Friday December, 19th. Fourth and fifth graders from the John Small School choir visited John Cotton Tayloe shared their wonderful singing talent by performing several Christmas songs.
On December 14th, 2011 Mrs. Ashley Cullipher and her Algebra 2 Honors class traveled bright and early to Bath Elementary School.
Chocowinity Middle School is lucky to have volunteers that work with our students on a weekly basis, helping with math and reading.
John Small School, Dr. Marty Poffenberger, and Angus from Pamlico Animal Hospital honored December’s Character Trait winners Monday, December 19, 2011.
Each teacher in the English/foreign language department at Southside High School recently recognized students for academic achievement, effort, and/or attitude.
Tina Phelps's second grade class at Northeast Elementary School and their Christmas around the world project.
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