Michelle White, principal of D.F. Walker Elementary School, has been named the 2017-18 Edenton-Chowan Schools Administrator of the Year.
Jay Cuthrell, a career technical education instructor at Camden County High School, took a group of students to the annual Pitt County Construction Career Days on Oct. 4.
SAFE Schools is working on a 5th project to support safety within the school district with plans for a family dance to help fund it.
Perquimans County High School will use a $10,000 Grow Rural Education grant to purchase a self-contained breathing apparatus and air tanks for the Fire Academy, thanks to local farmers who nominated it.
The America’s Farmers Grow Rural Education Program, sponsored by the Monsanto Fund,…
Students in Michelle Chappell’s 5th grade class are beginning to explore creative invention through the use of Makey Makey.
Knotts Island Elementary School is ready to take students to a higher level of STEM experience by creating a STEM lab and collaborative learning room.
This year the cool weather brought more than 300 participants to the annual Walk to School Day held on October 4th.
The Camden County High School National Art Honor Society hosted “Camden Creates: Celebrating 50 Years of the North Carolina Arts Council” on Oct 3.
The Exceptional Children's Department for Perquimans County Schools has designed and erected a billboard to help find children with disabilities before they begin school.
Elizabeth City resident Godgive Umozurike is one of the 25 East Carolina University students named a Residential Scholar for the 2017-2018 year.
Godgive is entering her sophomore year at ECU and is planning to earn a degree in public health studies.
The Residential Scholars program is a scholarship…