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Congratulations to Lois Glass, Principal of Stocks Elementary School, who is the ECPS Principal of the Year!

Gwenevere Peebles, Multi-Classroom Leader at Coker-Wimberly Elementary School, works with students in the Innovation Zone!

Reading is fun with Mrs. Sharpe at G.W. Carver Elementary School!

Princeville Elementary School recently held a Ribbon Cutting Ceremony in the new Media Center at the school's temporary location at the Bridgers Building in Tarboro. The Media Center features books that were donated from all over the country after the school flooded last year.

Scientists in action at W.A. Pattillo Middle School!

Schools across the ECPS district participated in International Walk to School Day! 

Hazel Lewis, Digital Literacy Coach at W.A. Pattillo Middle School, assists students in the school's new Learning Commons!

Learning is fun in the ECPS Innovation Zone at Coker-Wimberly Elementary School!

Phillips Middle School recently celebrated National Comic Book Day!

Edgecombe Early College High School juniors recently participated in a "Community Professional Panel" in which scholars sit down with professionals from the community and engage in "table talk." This activity allows students to develop their soft skills as they prepare for spring internships.

Princeville Elementary School Counselor Yolanda Jones recently formed a Walking Club to encourage students to incorporate exercise into their daily routines and create a lifelong habit. Students, staff, and family members gather two days a week after school to take laps around the Tarboro Town Common.

Eighth-grade students at Pattillo Middle School use manipulatives to learn triangulation!

Martin Millennium Academy recently celebrated International Dot Day, a global celebration of creativity, courage and collaboration. 

Students in Ms. Steever's second-grade class at G.W. Bulluck Elementary School are thriving in their redesigned classroom, with a variety of options for seating! Flexible classroom seating invites collaboration, creativity, communication, and critical thinking!

Special shout out to Hannah Rountree, Princeville Elementary School's United Way Campaign Leader. Princeville Elementary made the first contribution to the 2017 ECPS United Way campaign. ECPS is proud to support United Way - Tar River Region. This organization funds local programs and services that help thousands of individuals and families throughout Edgecombe County!

Welcome to the ECPS family, Teach for America Corps Members!

Edgecombe Early College High School student, Anderson Sessoms, recently created a Clothes Closet for the students at Stocks Elementary School as his Eagle Scout project.

As part of the Character Education Program at South Edgecombe Middle School, students are focusing on RESPECT during September. All students have signed a banner hanging in the school's lobby. Along with their name, students added one way that respect can be shown.

The Spanish Immersion Program is off to a fantastic start at G.W. Bulluck Elementary School!

Princeville Elementary School recently celebrated Grandparents Day!

Students and teachers are excited about learning in the Innovation Zone at Coker-Wimberly Elementary School!

Congratulations to Tarboro High School's Rita Batts, ECPS 2017-18 Teacher of the Year!

Students and staff of North Edgecombe High School honored the men and women who lost their lives on 9/11 during a Remembrance Ceremony held in the school 's courtyard.

Scholar Teachers Academy

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Schools to Participate in North Carolina Crunch

On October 24, 2017, Edgecombe County Public Schools will join schools, preschools, colleges and individuals across the state of North Carolina in celebrating National Farm to School Month by crunching into a locally grown apple during "North Carolina Crunch" at noon!
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ECPS Expands Initiative to Extend the Reach of Excellent Teachers

To attract and retain great teachers, as well as increase student achievement, Edgecombe County Public Schools is planning to expand the national Opportunity Culture initiative to extend the reach of excellent teachers and their teams to more students, for more pay, within recurring budgets.
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