Edgecombe County Public Schools

Focused, Connected, Ready



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. Waugaman gives students instructions.

    Stocks Elementary School Implements Fleet Days

    The students and staff members of Stocks Elementary School have begun a new way to learn cooperatively with what they are calling "Fleet Days." Here, the school has been divided into seven, different vessels which have selected names, colors, and animals to represent them. Click the headline above to read MORE about it!

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  • Stocks Restarts Male Mentoring Program

    A mentoring program that began last year at Stocks Elementary School is now underway once again this academic year. Names 100 Good Men, it was established to give the male students at Stocks a positive role model to look up to and talk with outside of the school building. Click the headline above to read MORE about it!

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  •  G. W. Bulluck Elementary School shares its good news!

    Bulluck Recognized as Exemplar PBIS School

    Be Respectful! Be Responsible! Be Prepared! Those are familiar phrases that have been instrumental in helping a local school gain state recognition. G. W. Bulluck Elementary School recently received notification that they have earned designation as an Exemplar School in the NC Positive Behavioral Intervention and Supports (PBIS) annual State Recognition Program. Click the headline above to read MORE about it!

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  •  Pictured L to R:  Carlyle and Brown

    Brown and Carlyle Attend NC Governor's School

    Tysheka Brown and Mia Carlyle represented ECPS as students in the Governor's School program of NC. Both students are current seniors at THS. Governor's School is a publicly funded residential summer program for NC's intellectually gifted high school students. Click the headline above to read MORE about it!

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    Student Academic Growth Increases for ECPS in 2013-14

    Almost 70 percent of the schools in Edgecombe County Public School System either met or exceeded their academic growth goals in the 2013-14 academic year. This is indicative of a 7.5 percentage point increase from the 2012-13 school year. Click the headline above to read MORE about it.

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  •  Phillips Principal Tracy Barnes

    Barnes Has High Aspirations for Phillips

    Tracy Barnes, new principal of Phillips Middle School, has begun the year with a vision for the Battleboro-based school. Although this is Barnes's first year as a principal, she has been an educator for 17 years. Click the headline above to read MORE about Mrs. Barnes.

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