Grifton School

Young Minds, Big Dreams, Bright Futures; It All Begins at Grifton School

  • This is a Grifton School update for the week of April 5th.

    Lunch Service This Week

    Lunch and the next day’s breakfast is available for any child ages 1 to 18 and/or is enrolled in Pitt County Schools.

    Grab and go pick up times are 11:30-12:30 this week.

    Bus routes are also running to drop off meals.

    New School Office Hours
    *Monday through Friday 8:00 to 3:00

    Spring Break is April 10th through 17th
    *The office will be closed throughout the break
    *There will not be any assignments for students during the break.
    *There will not be any lunch pick up from Grifton School during the break. Additional bus stops will be added so students can continue to receive meals on April 14-17. Bus stop information can be found on the Pitt County Schools website:
    *Parents who are receiving paper work packets for their students, can pick them up for the week of April 20th from the office on Wednesday afternoon and all day Thursday.

    Kindergarten Registration!
    *A child who is 5 years old by August 31st may register.

    To register your child, please bring the following information:
    1. Proof of age (certified birth certificate or other document approved by the principal)
    2. Court order for guardianship (if student is living with someone other than the parent)
    3. Proof of residency (two documents)
    4. Immunizations/shot record and NC Health Assessment Transmittal Form

    Kindergarten registration forms can be found at the link below. You can complete the forms and email them to Mrs. Wells or drop off the forms at the office during our regular office hours (8:00-4:00). Please contact Mrs. Lauren Wells at if you have any questions.

    Kindergarten registration forms:

    Virtual Learning Resources!

    "How to" for Parents and Students can be found at this link:

    Parent and Student Frequently Asked Questions can be found at this link:

    Additional resources, including email addresses for all teachers, can be found on the Grifton School website:

    Stay Connected with Grifton School and Pitt County Schools!

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    If we can assist you in any way, please call (252-524-5141) or email (! Go Bulldogs!

Enrollment Procedures and Forms

  • Need information on how to enroll your child at Grifton School? Please click here to find out more about enrollment procedures and the forms you will need.

School Hours and Address

  •  New School Office Hours as of April 6, 2020

    *Monday through Friday 8:00 to 3:00

       Grifton School   

    Grifton School

    513 E. McCrae St. 

    Grifton, NC 28530


    (Due to COVID-19 Grifton School is not operating under Normal Hours as listed below.)

    (Please see message above concerning Office Hours)


    Normal School Hours:

    7:20 am First Bell

    7:45 am Tardy Bell

    2:40 pm K-5 Dismissal

    2:45 pm  6-8 Dismissal

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  • Our Principal

    Our Principal

    Kevin Smith received his bachelor’s degree in History Education, followed by a Master of School Administration and Educational Specialist degree in Educational Administration, all through East Carolina University.  He has experience in the field of education as a teacher, assistant principal and principal, all of which have been in the service of the students of Pitt County Schools.


    “As a resident of the Ayden-Grifton community, I feel honored to be named the principal at Grifton School and look forward to working with the parents, staff, students and community to help the school reach its full potential.”

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