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Congratulations to Martin Millennium Academy for winning the ECPS Elementary Battle of the Books! 

Congratulations to the new members of the National Honor Society of SouthWest Edgecombe High School!

The Tarboro High School Air Force Junior ROTC instructors and cadets earned the highest attainable rating of "Exceeds Standards" during their recent evaluation. This rating is reserved for the top 2% of AFJROTC unites world-wide.

Congratulations to the SouthWest Edgecombe High School Varsity Cheerleaders for their second-place finish in the 2018 Canam Nationals Cheer Competition held recently in Myrtle Beach. Best wishes to the cheerleaders and Coach Samantha Eason as they prepare for the U.S. Finals competition to be held in May in Virginia Beach.

Princeville Elementary School Junior Beta Club members, along with school social worker, Ms. Gay, recently planted a pinwheel garden to show support for child abuse prevention.

Congratulations to West Edgecombe Middle School's STEM team for winning the inaugural ECPS Middle School STEM Design Challenge!

West Edgecombe Middle School's Odyssey of the Mind team recently placed 5th in the North Carolina Odyssey of the Mind Competition held in Charlotte.

West Edgecombe Data Manager Stephanie Thompson and Carver Elementary Data Manager Amanda Davis recently presented at the CCES Conference in Greensboro. They shared "Daily Attendance in a SNAP" with PowerSchool Managers from across the state. They are pictured with District Data Manager, Nai Barnes.

The ECPS Career-Technical Honor Society recently inducted new members from North Edgecombe, Tarboro High, and SouthWest Edgecombe during a ceremony at Edgecombe Community College.

Congratulations to the North Edgecombe JROTC for winning the "FIRST" Robotics Competition recently at East Carolina University! The competition included high school teams who made their own robots to compete through an obstacle course.


ECPS Superintendent Dr. Valerie Bridges was on hand for NC Superintendent Mark Johnson's announcement that all K-3 reading teachers in North Carolina will be receiving $200 to purchase books, supplies, and other literacy resources.

Leo Taylor, Tarboro Mayor Pro Tempore, visited W.A. Pattillo Middle School to proclaim March 5-9 as National Beta Club Week!

The STEM Design Team at Phillips Middle School has been busy preparing for the ECPS Middle School STEM Design Challenge to be held on March 21st.

Second-grade students at Stocks Elementary School dressed as their favorite book character to celebrate Read Across America Week.

The ECPS Blue Ribbon Commission on Educational Equity recently visited SouthWest Edgecombe High School. During the school visit, Representative Shelly Willingham stopped by the JROTC classroom. He is pictured with Cadet Second Lieutenant Alec Powell.

Fifth-grade students in Mrs. Darden's and Ms. Roberts' classes at G.W. Carver Elementary School recently completed a unit on the Civil Rights movement. Students created Google Slide presentations to share their research. They also researched important historical figures and invited all students of the school to visit their "living museum."

Congratulations to West Edgecombe Middle School's Odyssey of the Mind Team! They won first place in the "Animal House" category of the Coastal Region Odyssey of the Mind Competition!

During Black History Month, seventh-grade scientists in Ms. Sanders' class at Martin Millennium Academy are learning about African American biologist Ernest Just, who pioneered research in cell behavior. The class is beginning a unit on the study of cells.

Congratulations to Pattillo Middle School - recipients of the Clean School Award for the second quarter. Thank you Clayton Knight, Ellen Whitley & Ben Harrison!

Congratulations to the February Employee of the Month, Coker-Wimberly's Zina Pittman!

We are so thankful for Sheriff Clee Atkinson and the Edgecombe County's Sheriff's Office for their support of the D.A.R.E Program for our fifth-graders!

THANK YOU United Way Campaign Leaders and all ECPS Employees for a fantastic 2017-18 Campaign! ECPS is proud to support United Way Tar River Region and their mission to improve the quality of life for the children, adults, and families of Edgecombe County!

G.W. Carver Elementary School recently held their first school-wide Spelling Bee! Special thanks to Ms. Darden, Carver Elementary Teacher, for organizing the event!

Students, teachers, and administrators from schools across the ECPS district celebrated the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. by participating in the annual Commemorative March and "Lunch with the King."

Congratulations to Edgecombe Early College High School, W.A. Pattillo Middle School and North Edgecombe High School for exceeding expected academic growth during the 2016-2017 school year!

Fifth-grade students at Stocks Elementary School were recently honored for their completion of the D.A.R.E. Program. D.A.R.E. (Drug Abuse Resistance Education) is a 10-week program designed to help youth learn to make smart life decisions regarding drugs, alcohol, tobacco, and behavior so they can lead safe and responsible lives.

We are thankful for the NC Foundation for Public School Children for their very generous donation to Princeville Elementary School!

The Tarboro High School Vikings are the NCHSAA 1AA Football State Champions!

A clean school is a happy school! We are so thankful for the wonderful custodians at our schools, like Mr. Lawton at West Edgecombe Middle School! 

The SouthWest Edgecombe High School Volunteer Club recently visited a local pet shelter to deliver donations and spend time caring for the animals! 

Deputy Spruill with the Edgecombe County Sheriff's Department recently visited Stocks Elementary School to talk to the young men about the importance of education.

South Edgecombe Middle School "Students of the Week" from October, November, and December had breakfast recently with the Principal, Mr. Strother. Everyone enjoyed doughnuts and juice in the Learning Commons while talking about the great things happening at SEMS! Student feedback is valuable! 

Reading is more fun with a buddy! Ms. Amerson's second-grade students at G.W. Bulluck Elementary School recently enjoyed "buddy reading" with Ms. Wells' third-grade students.

The Tarboro High School JROTC presented the colors at the Edgecombe County Annual Farm City Breakfast. The cadets performed for over 200 local farmers and community members.

The West Edgecombe Volunteer Fire Department recently visited G.W. Bulluck Elementary School. The students had the opportunity to go in the "Smokehouse" and discuss fire safety!


Eleven ECPS schools were recently recognized at the Positive Behavior Intervention and Support State Recognition Ceremony in Greensboro! PBIS is celebrating 16 years in North Carolina schools!

We celebrated Unity Day at ECPS! Unity Day is designed to bring communities together by sending a message of support, hope and unity against bullying and promote kindness, acceptance and inclusion. Students and staff members wore orange to show support!

 Students at G.W. Bulluck Elementary School kicked off National Red Ribbon Week by wearing red! The Red Ribbon campaign is the oldest and largest drug prevention campaign in the nation - and a great way to help kids reach their full potential!

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

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

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

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

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Opportunity Culture Advanced Teaching Positions Are Open - Apply Now!

We are committed to providing teachers with career development and advancement opportunities based on their excellence, leadership and student impact. Teachers earn more money by expanding their impact and taking on more responsibility within the school, all while staying in the classroom.
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ECPS CTE Department completes series of Career Cluster Showcases

The ECPS Career Technical Education Department, in partnership with Edgecombe Community College and Strategic Twin Counties Educational Partnership (STEP), sponsored a series of Mini Career Cluster Showcases throughout the school year. The purpose was to expose students to opportunities for in-demand careers in Edgecombe County.
Series of Local Plant Tours Planned to Explore the

Series of Local Plant Tours Planned to Explore the "Future of Work" in Edgecombe County

The ECPS Blue Ribbon Commission on Educational Equity is partnering with STEP - Strategic Twin-Counties Educational Partnership and Teach For America to host tours of three local plants this spring. These tours will help us to better understand the skills and dispositions our scholars need to develop NOW in order to excel in the workplace and lead in our community!
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