Inclement Weather

Due to the threat of black ice and hazardous road conditions, the Nash-Rocky Mount Public Schools System will be closed on Friday, February 27, 2015. (No employees are required to report to work).



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Englewood Students Raise Funds In Fight Against World Hunger

Nashville, NC - Englewood Elementary School's four Academically and Intellectually Gifted Cluster Classes participated in the Read to Feed program through Heifer International, and raised over $3,000 to help the fight against world hunger. Heifer International is a non-profit organization dedicated to ending world hunger and poverty, while caring for the Earth.

Nash Central High School Names New Head Football Coach


Nashville, NC - Nash Central High School (NCHS) named Christopher Lee as their new Varsity Head Football Coach. Lee is currently serving at Louisburg High School as a Health and Physical Education Teacher.

NRMPS Public Information Department Honored


Nashville, NC - School public relations professionals across the state were honored Friday, January 30 for the products of their craft during the North Carolina School Public Relations Association's (NCSPRA) annual Blue Ribbon Awards in Greensboro. A total of 26 school districts totaled 139 awards in 11 categories. Included in the list of winners was the Public Information Department for Nash-Rocky Mount Public Schools (NRMPS). NRMPS received eight Blue Ribbon Awards in five different categories: Annual Report, Electronic Media, Marketing Campaigns, Newsletter and Photography.

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.