Mary Carter and Janarde Cannon will take on new roles.
The Vikings also had the top two individual performers.
The kickoff event was held today at Elmhurst Elementary School.
The five-week summer program is for intellectually gifted high school students.
The Mustangs will compete May 6 at Wake Tech in Raleigh.
The Sharks advanced to the regional to be held April 22.
The tour was designed to show off some of the school's STEM initiatives to representatives from other districts.
The grants help media programs increase the support of creativity and problem-solving.
The Pitt Pirates and Boneyard each qualified for the state competition in Charlotte.
With the victory, the Mustangs advance to the regional competition.
The Creekside Elementary teacher is in her fifth year.
Lakeforest Elementary had 15 guest readers participate in its event.
The two-year grant will establish the Teacher Leadership Institute.
The award is presented to organizations that demonstrate strong community support through United Way involvement.
The district was recognized in Electronic Media, Publications, and Special Events/Programs.
One teacher earned her certification, while nine others renewed theirs.
Winners will be recognized during the annual Teacher of the Year luncheon.
The school's media center was awarded $5,000 from both the author and the organization.
Betty Whitfield has been with the district for 18 years.
The event was a culminating activity for a new encore class at the school.
Upton is a physical education teacher at J.H. Rose High.
Each student's artwork will be used on cards sent throughout the state.
There are 19 teachers who will serve in the program's first cohort.
The Margaret L. Blount Memorial Art Competition reception was held Monday.
Baggett has been working with Pitt County Schools for 17 years.
The program provides young people with disabilities the skills to work.
Schools were given a letter grade for the second straight year.
Jeremiah Miller will take over at the school on January 1.
Paul Flowers has helped the school's chorus earn numerous accolades through the years.
Dr. Ve-Lecia Council brings 17 years of educational experience to PCS
The NCAEA named Ira Varney the winner during its annual conference.
The Robotics team discussed a food waste project with the congressman.
Dustin Wells earned the honor during the America's Best competition last weekend.
Jennifer Stalls at C.M. Eppes Middle led the research with 75 students.
Meredith Hill was honored by the NCSLMA during its annual conference.
T.E.A.M. Reading to Achieve was started by a Pitt County Schools parent.
Lori Perkins is one of 115 people who will be honored.
The program is intended to create a positive learning environment.
The fifth annual event was held recently at East Carolina University.
The ceremony was held at the Hilton and sponsored by Pitt County Farm Bureau.
The 2014-15 total was the same as last year's numbers.
Wellcome is the only middle school in the state to use the system.
The group provided a blend of entertainment and education to six schools.
The number of students taking AP courses and exams increased in 2014-15.
The selections were winners of the City of Greenville recycling art poster contest.
The Burroughs Wellcome Fund will provide $180,000 for Project MERC
The LEGACY group promotes accountability, etiquette, and leadership.
Northwest's Vanessa Morring was the district's overall winner.
Pitt County had 82 percent of its schools meet or exceed growth.
Pitt County's four-year cohort rate for 2015 was 80.9 percent.
The school culture has changed with the implementation of the Leader in Me program.
Representatives from the district attended a Compassion Reaction program today.
A couple of new initiatives are designed to protect bus riders.
The first class includes 75 students from throughout the county.
An event was held last month at the Koury Convention Center in Greensboro.
Six local students earned the honor of being a National AP Scholar
The department won 17 awards during the event in Greensboro.
Students will represent Pitt at the East and West campuses.
For the second straight year, Dustin Wells won the title.
The graduates had more than $24 million in scholarships offered to them.
Former North Pitt assistant principal Jennifer Johnson has taken the reins.
Nearly 170 custodians for Pitt County Schools met at South Central High School.
Dr. Delilah Jackson has been with Pitt County Schools for nearly 25 years.
Ceremonies were held at East Carolina University's Minges Coliseum.
There will be 16 sites serving food during summer vacation.
Briney is leaving his position as assistant principal at Lakeforest Elementary.
A look at some of the wonderful things happening in our district.
The decision confirmed that PCS has eliminated effects of past segregation.
Ridgewood Elementary School’s fourth and fifth grade Odyssey of the Mind team won first place in their division at the Regional OM Competition in Jacksonville on Saturday, March 2.
Technology has changed the culture inside and outside the classrooms of South Central High School.
Brock Letchworth, a Pitt County native and teacher, has been named public information officer for the Pitt County school system.
J.H. Rose High School hosted the All Male Health Fair on Thursday, Feb. 21, from 9-11 a.m. in the Annex Building.
Students and parents across the Nation are seeing changes in the foods that are offered in their school cafeterias.
The public is invited to attend a special Summit on Education – Shaping the Future– a program by the Greenville-Pitt County Chamber of Commerce in conjunction with Pitt County Schools.
Backpack…check! Pencils…check! Three-ring binder…check! Making sure that your child has everything he or she will need for school is important, but there are a number of other things parents should do to ensure that their child has a successful school year.
As the start of a new school year rolls around, the Pitt County Schools Transportation Department is gearing up for the return of yellow buses to the roads!
This fall, North Carolina public schools will put their best foot forward as the state's READY initiative is launched in every classroom.