CTE Course Interest Survey
In November, North Carolina School of Science and Math (NCSSM) opened applications for ENC STEM Master Instructors. ENC STEM Master Instructors will be participating in a new professional development opportunity where they will teach at our 2-week in-county program at Northampton County High School in Gaston, NC and co-plan and co-teach a week-long course alongside instructors at the NC School of Science and Math for the third week of our program. This opportunity is very exciting and we are delighted to offer this new experience to six ENC teachers who will be able to bring lessons learned to their classrooms in the fall of 2017 to impact student learning. Click here to learn more and to apply.
Northwest Halifax High School students to receive wraparound supports from Communities In Schools thanks to a grant from AT&T
Low Performing School Information
The Low Performing District Plan gives public stakeholders an opportunity to provide input on the strategies used by our district to support teaching and learning. The plan supports a cross-sectional approach to provide our schools with the necessary supports to reach grade level proficiency while also exceeding growth expectations. For more information please contact Mrs. Tyrana Battle, Ed S., Assistant Superintendent of Curriculum and Instruction for Halifax County Schools at (252) 583.5111 or Mr. Mark Barfield, Principal at (252) 586.4125. Specific feedback regarding this plan should be sent to the following email address: email@example.com.
To access the plan, please click on the link below and use the following information:
Click on "User Login"
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Congratulations to our School Nutrition Department!
Produce Art Challenge
3rd Place Winners
Parents....please take the opportunity to complete this Extended Day Survey! Your feedback is very important to us and our decision-making process. Thanks in advance for your support in this initiative.
To access the survey click on the link below:
All Rise! "The Honorable Judge Brenda Branch is presiding!"
Judge Brenda Branch was invited to Mrs. N. Hood-Child’s English III classroom on Monday, October 17, 2016 to speak with her students. As a class, they were reading The Crucible, which is a play centered around the unfair trial and conviction of a number of people in Salem, Massachusetts in 1692. She consented to explain the differences between the legal system then and now.
We also requested that she speak with the students about making wise decisions and the lifelong impact of foolish choices. To this end, Mrs. Brinkley's class was also able to benefit from the presentation.
She shared a wealth of information and the students were extremely receptive to her advice. It was a great experience and she graciously consented to make herself available when the need arises.
Construction Career Day and Job Fair
Greenville Fairgrounds, Greenville NC
October 4, 2016
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Mr. Srinivas Pannela!