EC-Pasquotank names Employees of the Week

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Central Elementary School announced its Spelling Bee winners. Standing with School Principal Michael Drew (left), they are Hamilton Gooding (3rd Grade), Julie Simons (5th Grade), and Maggie Sawyer (4th Grade). Jillian Potter (right) is the school's instructional coach.

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From staff reports

Tuesday, March 13, 2018

Bethany Marino, Certified Employee of the Week, is a school counselor at Central Elementary School. She has been employed with ECPPS since August 2017.

Marino consistently meets the needs of the students through her position as counselor. She is quick to give a kind word of support or encouragement to students and is always ready to lend a hand to staff when needed. Ms. Marino is valued by students and staff and appreciated for her service to the Central Wildcats.

Amanda Bromm, Non-certified Employee of the Week, is a teacher assistant at Central Elementary School. She has been employed with ECPPS since August 2017.

Ms. Bromm has been a great addition to the kindergarten team this year and has received countless compliments from her lead teacher. She is willing to help wherever needed and does an excellent job serving students. Ms. Bromm is organized and committed to helping students realize success. The Central family is very appreciative of Ms. Bromm’s dedication to students and staff.

Summer Book Bonanza Kicks-Off

ECPPS announced its book collection campaign is underway to provide books for Pre-K through 5th grade students to take home and read during the summer. ECPPS will hold its Summer Book Bonanza through May 11. The ECPPS Summer Book Bonanza is in support of NC Reads, a statewide reading initiative.

Book donations may be dropped off at any ECPPS school as well as the ECPPS Administrative Offices, 1200 Halstead Blvd.

ECPPS encourages the community to join schools in providing books for students in working together to advance literacy for our children, as literacy is a key to lifelong success.

Annual Course Fair

Pasquotank County High School will hold its annual Course Fair on Thursday, March 15 from 6 p.m. to 7 p.m. This is an opportunity for high school students and parents and eighth-grade students and parents to meet with high school staff and explore course offerings for the 2018-19 school year. Please contact Charlotte Pureza at 337-6880 for more information.