The ECPS Summer Feeding Program is underway! Free meals are available to all children 18 and younger.
News & Announcements
ECPS is seeking input from our school community as we prepare for the 2021 -2022 school year.
To participate in the Pre-Kindergarten Program, your child must be four years old on or before August 31, 2021. A staff member will contact you to schedule an appointment after the form is completed.
Mary Bridgers, principal of G.W. Bulluck Elementary School, recently completed the Distinguished Leadership in Practice Program (DLP), a year-long leadership development program for practicing school principals designed and provided by the North Carolina Principals and Assistant Principal’s Association (NCPAPA) and sponsored by the North Carolina Alliance for School Leadership Development (NCASLD.)
Do you need to enroll your child in Kindergarten for the 2021-22 school year? Click the link above to complete the Kindergarten intent form. After submission of the form, someone will contact you to schedule an appointment.
Edgecombe County Public Schools is excited to offer a summer learning program for students in grades K-12 this summer. Students impacted negatively by the disruption of the learning environment due to COVID-19 will have the opportunity to attend ECPS Summer Smart 2021.
Dr. Valerie H. Bridges, Edgecombe County Public Schools Superintendent, has been named the Central Carolina Regional Education Service Alliance (CCRESA) Superintendent of the Year.
W.A. Pattillo Middle School is the recipient of the ECPS Clean School Award for this quarter. Congratulations to the school's custodians - Ellen Whitley and Clayton Knight. They are pictured with W.A. Pattillo Principal Dr. Ronnie Christian (pictured left).
Sheri Hayes, Edgecombe Early College High School Counselor, was recently recognized as the Employee of the Month for May. She is pictured with ECPS Superintendent Dr. Valerie Bridges and Board Chair Rev. Raymond Privott.
Unlike spring 2020, all students are expected to take the following tests as required by federal and state laws - End-of-grade tests in reading, mathematics (grades 3-8), and science (grades 5 and 8), End-of-course tests in NC Math 1, NC Math 3, English II, and Biology, and English language proficiency assessments.