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M.B. Hubbard Elementary Students To Be Published


Nashville, NC - A total of three MB Hubbard Elementary School students were chosen to be published writers after submitting work to a multi-national poetry contest through Poetry Power. Nyasia Powell, Skyla Birth, and Kenisha Settles were selected during the first level of competition to have their poems published in a Poetry Anthology.

Edwards Middle School Book Release and Signing

Rocky Mount, NC - Candice Bailey's eighth grade class at Edwards Middle School held a book release and signing on Wednesday, January 21, 2015. The event opened with a student-led singing of the National Anthem, followed by remarks from Edwards Middle Principal Chris Sivills. During his remarks, Principal Sivills called the book release "a tremendous achievement by our students."

Tar River Academy 2015 Mid-Year Commencement

 Rocky Mount, NC - A total of 39 new graduates turned their tassels Friday night at the Tar River Academy commencement ceremony. Achieving a goal that once seemed out of reach; the new graduates walked the stage proudly as they received their high school diplomas. Every step taken was representative of each graduate's transition to adulthood, higher education and/or professional careers.  A total of 31 out of 39 graduates will continue on to community college.

Superintendents Unveil Guide to Strengthening N.C. Public School

Superintendents Unveil Guide to Strengthening N.C. Public Schools. The executive summary and comprehensive guide are being distributed to lawmakers as the General Assembly begins its 2015 long session in Raleigh this month. Contact the North Carolina School Superintendents Association for more information.