Chris Setser, assistant principal at Wintergreen Intermediate School, has been appointed the new principal of Grifton School.
Mike Pollard, assistant principal at Hope Middle School, will replace Mike Lutz as the new principal of the school.
Shannon Wainright, assistant principal of Wellcome Middle School, has been appointed the new principal of Belvoir Elementary School.
Sandra Morris, principal at Belvoir Elementary School, has been named the new principal at Wellcome Middle School. She will replace Jeff Theus who has been appointed the new principal at Ayden Middle School.
Jeff Theus, current principal at Wellcome Middle School, has been appointed as the new principal at Ayden Middle School. He will be replacing Seth Brown who is leaving to fill the principal position at Chicod School.
Seth Brown, currently the principal of Ayden Middle School has been appointed as the new principal at Chicod School.
James Jay Jester has been announced as the new principal of Bethel Elementary School replacing Betty Tolar who will be assuming the leadership position at Pactolus Elementary School.
Betty Tolar, principal at Bethel Elementary School, has been appointed the new principal at Pactolus Elementary School.
Mike King, principal at South Lenoir High School in Lenoir County, has been named the new principal at North Pitt High School.
Marty Baker, principal at North Pitt High School has been appointed as the principal at Ayden-Grifton High School.
Genea Kornegay, assistant principal at W. H. Robinson Elementary School, has been appointed the new principal of Sadie Saulter Elementary School.
Ferdonia Stewart, principal at Sadie Saulter Elementary School, has been appointed the new principal at Ridgewood Elementary School.
Cheryl Olmsted, current principal of Ridgewood Elementary School, has been appointed Assistant Superintendent of Educational Programs and Services for Pitt County Schools.
Seniors in the Health Sciences Academy (HSA) were honored on Tuesday, May 18 during the annual Health Sciences Academy Senior Banquet.
The National Merit Scholarship Corporation announced today that three J.H. Rose High School students were named winners of National Merit Scholarships financed by colleges and universities.
The Pitt County Board of Education approved a recommendation from Superintendent Dr. Beverly Reep to allow students at A. G. Cox Middle School (only) to apply for Open Enrollment at either C. M. Eppes or E. B. Aycock middle schools for the 2010-11 school year.
Jessica McClellan, a student at C. M. Eppes Middle School has been accepted into the People to People World Leadership Forum.
Graduation ceremonies for the Class of 2009-10 are scheduled for June 11-12, 2010 at the Williams Arena at Minges Coliseum.
National School Nurse Day is being celebrated nationwide on Wednesday, May 12, 2010 in order to promote a better understanding of the role of school nurses in the educational setting.
Pitt County Schools is hosting the 8th annual Math Masters Challenge for students in grades 3-5 at Harvey Hall in the Murphy Center located on the campus of East Carolina
The Pitt County Board of Education approved revisions to the Academically or Intellectually Gifted (AIG) Plan during their regular Board meeting on Monday, April 19, 2010.
State Superintendent June Atkinson and State Treasurer Janet Cowell visited J.H. Rose High School on Monday, April 12, as a part of their statewide Financial Literacy School Tour.
The Health Sciences Academy (HSA) will conduct a second Teddy Bear Hospital on Thursday, April 15, 2010 at South Greenville Elementary School from 8:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.
Library/Media Centers across PCS will be celebrating the 25th Anniversary of School Library Month throughout the month of April.
Parents, students, staff members and the community can begin reviewing information related to the upcoming Student Reassignment process by visiting our website at www.pitt.k12.nc.us and selecting the “Student Reassignment Process” link listed under the Site Shortcuts section of the home page.
Thirteen students from Pitt County Schools have accepted invitations to attend the 2010 Governor’s School of North Carolina.
Thirteen PCS students have been named recipients of the 2010 NC Teaching Fellows Scholarship.
Pitt County Schools K-12 Mathematics Coordinator, Connie Cheston was selected as one of two Outstanding Administrators in Science, Mathematics, and Technology (SMT) Education as determined by the N.C. SMT Education Center.
Sixth grade students in Pitt County recently participated in a special three-part program of instruction on tolerance.
The make-up day for the March 3 closing of Pitt County Schools will be Monday, May 31, 2010.
Ms. Kathy Arnold Taft was a member of the Pitt County Board of Education from December 3, 1990 until December 2, 1996.
South Greenville Elementary School teacher, Mollie McKeithan, was named the 2010-2011 PCS Teacher of the Year during the annual awards Ceremony held at South Central High School last night.
Crime, violence and suspensions decreased in Pitt County Schools in 2008-09, while the number of students dropping out of school remained constant.
The Pitt County School system joins in the nationwide celebration of School Social Work Week from March 1–5.
One of four finalists will be named the 2010-2011 Pitt County Schools Teacher of the Year during the annual awards ceremony scheduled for March 4, 2010 at South Central High School.
PCS was contacted this morning from various news media representatives about a potential complaint filed with the Office of Civil Rights (OCR) regarding Pitt County Board of Education Policy 10.209.
Dates for the administration of the placement tests are have been set for March 22, April 9, and April 17.
Pitt County Schools will host a Community Forum at Sadie Saulter Elementary School on March 16, 2010 at 6:30 p.m. in the school’s cafeteria to discuss options for the reconfiguration of the school.
Rhys Potts, teacher at E.B. Aycock Middle School, has been awarded the 2010 Excellence in Teaching Award from the North Carolina Council for Exceptional Children (NCCEC).
The Pitt Community College VISIONS Scholarship Program is currently seeking applicants from Pitt County Schools’ junior class.
The Pitt County Board of Education approved the school calendar for students and 10-month employees during their Board meeting held last night.
Teachers and students at South Greenville Elementary School celebrated the 100th day of school with classroom activities and a school-wide assembly on Friday, February 5, 2010.
This is the third in a series of three articles that focuses on the Student Services Departments in Pitt County Schools.
All throughout PCS, teachers, students and staff members have joined together to help support relief efforts taking place in Haiti.
Pitt County Government is preparing for the 2010 Census and has initiated efforts to ensure an accurate count.
On Saturday, February 13, 2010 college financial aid officers and other financial aid specialists will assist students in the completion and the electronic submission of their Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) forms.
Tolerance, friendship, acceptance, respect and celebration of others who are different are all themes from the recent Teaching Tolerance Trunk Project completed by students in Karen Klaich’s Literature of the Holocaust class at South Central High School.
This is the second in a series of three articles that focus of the Student Services Departments in Pitt County Schools.
This first article in the series of three focuses on J. H. Rose High School’s Student Services Department.
Pitt Community College’s Office of Cooperative Education, Apprenticeship & Secondary Alliances will host an information session for parents and students interested in Concurrent Enrollment, Learn & Earn Online and Huskins courses.
Parents, students and teachers are encouraged to celebrate the men and women from PCS that take more than 12,508 students safely to schools in Pitt County each day as part of the fourth annual National Love the Bus program this February.
Feb. 8 is the new deadline to submit comments regarding the Department of Public Instruction’s proposed amendments to sections of “Policies Governing Services for Children with Disabilities” pursuant to Part B of the Individuals with Disabilities Education Improvement Act (IDEA).
PCS was recognized for effective communications by the North Carolina School Public Relations Association.
Beginning tomorrow, the air in Pitt County will be a little cleaner thanks to emission-reducing equipment that has been added to the diesel engines of 10 Pitt County school buses.
The Pitt County Board of Education received a report on the 2009 Youth Risk Behavior Survey during their meeting held on January 11, 2010.
A student who attends DH Conley High School was admitted today to Pitt County Memorial Hospital and diagnosed with bacterial meningitis.
Pitt County Schools will hold the Ninth Annual Pinning Ceremony for National Board Certified Teachers on January 14, 2010 at 4:30 p.m. at South Central High School.
The Pitt Pirates, their mentors, coaches and volunteers will gather at South Central High School on Saturday, January 9, 2010 at 9: 00 a.m. for the kickoff of the annual FIRST (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology) Robotics Competition, in which teams of students and professionals design and build robots and enter them into competitions.
The teacher quality movement in Pitt County Schools (PCS) has taken another step forward following today’s announcement by the National Board for Professional Teaching Standards (NBPTS) that 14 PCS teachers have achieved National Board Certification in 2009.
The winner of the annual Superintendent’s Holiday Card Contest for 2009 was Carolina Redding, 10th grade student at Farmville Central High School.
The Carolina Ballet presented an educational informance – Dancers in Schools – for students at South Greenville Elementary School yesterday.
Pitt County Schools has learned that the family of former J. H. Rose High School football player, Jaquan Waller, has filed a wrongful-death lawsuit against the district.
C. M. Eppes Middle School was visited by ESPN today for a story on the community support of East Carolina University (ECU) football.
Chester Newton, custodian at Chicod School, got the surprise of a lifetime on Thursday, December 3, 2009 when he was presented a check for the remaining balance of his mortgage.
Students at Northwest Elementary School are celebrating reading and community partnerships through their recent grant from Cracker Barrel's Rockin’ Reader® program!
Kindergarten and first grade students at Wahl-Coates Elementary School had the opportunity to participate in a Teddy Bear Hospital at their school today.
Beginning November 16-24, the Pitt County Health Department will be conducting after-school vaccination clinics at several PCS sites for the 2009 H1N1 FluMist®.
Farmville Central High School’s Jaquan Blount has been named one of ten finalists for the N.C. STEP “No Spit” Football All-Star of the Year.
Grifton School held a special Veteran’s Day Assembly this morning in honor of those who have served our country.
Judge Malcolm J. Howard issued a ruling in the Student Assignment Case on November 4, 2009.
More than 400 high school students from Pitt County Schools participated in the 2009 Construction Career Days (CCD) event held today at the Pitt County Fairgrounds.
Graduation ceremonies for the Class of 2009-2010 are scheduled for June 11-12, 2010 at the Williams Arena at Minges Coliseum.
The Pitt County Board of Education formally approved a timeline for student reassignment during their Board meeting held on Monday night.
In the coming week, principals across the state are encouraged to send home copies of the 2008-2009 North Carolina Report Card for their school.
More than 800 seniors from Pitt County Schools attended the Pitt County College Fair at the Greenville Convention Center today.
The Pitt County Board of Education formally approved bids for the first phase construction projects of the district’s long range facility plan during their meeting held last night.
The Pitt County Board of Education has concluded its annual evaluation of Superintendent Dr. Beverly B. Reep.
Approximately 400 students at W. H. Robinson Elementary School received the FluMist® vaccine during school this morning.
Dr. Pamela L. Riley, executive director of the National Association of Students Against Violence Everywhere (SAVE), has announced that Nigel Cox, a sophomore at Farmville Central High School, has been selected as one of ten high school students from across the country to serve on the 2009-2010 National SAVE Youth Advisory Board (YAB).
In honor of National Crime Prevention Month, the Building Peace in the Schools Program of the Mediation Center of Eastern Carolina and the Pitt/Greenville Project Safe Neighborhoods will offer Bully Prevention Events throughout the month of October for the fourth year in a row.
Sam D. Bundy School has been selected by NC Beautiful to receive a special beautification prize of 50 azaleas for use in the group’s 2009 Beautification projects.
Sadie Saulter Elementary School joined forces today with North Carolina AmeriCorps members to take part in the Little Heroes Family Connection project, a statewide initiative that assembles “Connection Packages” to help children of service members connect with parents or family members who are deployed overseas.
Based on the number of calls we have received regarding the September 8, 2009 Presidential Address to students, we are placing information on our website to help communicate information with all of our parents, staff and community members.
We are pleased to announce that the Pitt County Health Department and Pitt County Schools have teamed up to offer free seasonal FluMist® vaccine to eligible students.
Children entering the sixth grade are required by North Carolina law to have an updated immunization for tetanus, diphtheria, and pertussis, called Tdap.
Pitt County Schools held its 4th Annual Technology Festival on Friday, August 14, 2009 at South Central High School.
Pitt County Schools released the following preliminary testing results today:
Tara Parker, assistant principal at Wahl-Coates Elementary School, has been selected as the new administrator of the Health Sciences Academy.
Newsweek Magazine named J.H. Rose High School as one of America’s Best 1,500 High Schools for the fourth consecutive year.
Charles Chestnut, principal of Darden Middle School in Wilson County Schools, has been appointed the principal of Northwest Elementary School.
Pitt County Schools will award diplomas to 1,286 students during the graduation ceremonies held on June 12-13, 2009.
Pitt County Schools announced principal appointments for two schools today.
Dr. Teresa B. Byrum, Director of Licensed Personnel for Pitt County Schools, has been appointed the new principal of Ayden Elementary School.
Graduation ceremonies for the Class of 2008-2009 are scheduled for June 12-13, 2009 at the Williams Arena at Minges Coliseum.
The Pitt County Board of Education voted unanimously to approve revisions to the School Uniform and Appearance Policy during their meeting held last night.