Edgecombe County Public Schools

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Edgecombe County Public Schools serves the educational needs of over 6,200 students in grades Pre-K through 12.  The goal of this website is to provide an outstanding communications tool for parents, students, and teachers.  Please check back often for the latest news and events.  Thanks for visiting!
Vision: Edgecombe County Public Schools: Focused, Connected, Ready 
Mission: The Edgecombe County Public School community will collaborate to graduate all students ready to achieve success in a rapidly changing world.
Core Values:  Community, Continuous Improvement, Relationships, Rigorous Curriculum & Instruction, Safe Schools


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It is the policy of the Edgecombe County Public School System not to discriminate on the basis of race, ethnic origin, sex, or disability in it's educational programs, activities or employment policies as required by Title VI or the Civil Rights Act of 1964, Title IX of the 1972 Educational Amendments, Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, and Title II of the 1990 Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).

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  • Mr. Marc Whichard

    Whichard Selected as Principal Leader

    Principal Marc Whichard has begun his tenth year as a school administrator. Along with continuing to serve as the principal of SouthWest Edgecombe High School, Whichard is also the Lead Principal within the Edgecombe County Public Schools system. Click the headline to see the full story.

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  • Carver Bird House made from recycled materials

    Carver Elementary School Shines at the 2014 Litter Art Show

    Students in Belinda Coston’s Art Class at G. W. Carver Elementary School have been participating in the Litter Art Show since 2008. This year, students in Ms. Lesley Pittman's 4th Grade Class created a birdhouse out of plastic, cardboard, and other recycled materials. The creation helped the students land the title “Best Overall Art Piece in Show.” Click the headline to see the full story.

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  • Coker-Wimberly Principal, Stephanie Alston

    Coker-Wimberly Principal Stephanie Alston Continues to Teach

    For Stephanie Alston, principal at Coker-Wimberly Elementary School in Battleboro, when a person has to count the number of years he or she has been in the education field, that individual is not having fun anymore. That is not the case for Alston who in her 16th year in education has yet to lose her zeal for what she calls a “calling to teach.” Click the headline to see the full text.

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  • NEHS JROTC attends leadership camp

    North Edgecombe Cadets Excel at JROTC Leadership Camp

    Four students from North Edgecombe High School’s Army Junior Reserve Officers’ Training Corps (JROTC) attended a leadership camp in Fort A. P. Hill in Bowling Green, Virginia. Each of the cadets demonstrated tremendous leadership skills, earning winnings to document this. Over 700 students were in attendance at Junior Cadet Leadership Challenge (JCLCC) camp. Click the headline to see the full text.

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  • Mr. Matt Smith

    Former High School Teacher named Principal of Edgecombe Early College

    Matthew Bristow-Smith has been assigned the role of Principal at Edgecombe Early College High School (EECHS). After 17 years of teaching, Smith decided to become a principal to be in the classroom more. Click the headline to see the full story.

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