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Happy November!

Dr G and Dr S

We wish all of you a safe and restful Thanksgiving break. Please find a short message from Dr. Gabriel and me. David Stegall   Read More »

Moving On Up

Superintendents laughing together for message.

Thank you staff for an amazing start to the school year. Please click on the video below for a short message from me and Dr. Gabriel. Have a wonderful start to Fall everyone! Read More »

Welcome Back

BI

Welcome back everyone! I hope you had a restful and fun summer. In just a few short days, our wonderful students return. This time of year is always so exciting to me. We are blessed to work in a profession that allows us a new start each year. We have the opportunity to reflect, adjust, and revise as needed to ... Read More »

Fruits of Your Labor

apple

Anyone can count the seeds in an apple. Test scores are much like the seeds of an apple. As educators, you see the Apples in the Seeds. You see in others what they can grow into. Many people in our society struggle to see the possibilities and the potential that you see. However, a seed not properly planted and nourished bears ... Read More »

It’s That Time of Year Again…

2017 College Bound Seniors

The end of the school year is an exciting time for students and educators alike.  It’s graduation – the end of one phase and the beginning of another for many of our students.  Parents prepare for transitions – from elementary to middle school, from middle school to high school, and from high school to college or the workplace.  It is ... Read More »

Class size changes and the unintended consequences

As many of you are aware, last year the North Carolina General Assembly passed legislation which changed the funding formula and class size restrictions for elementary schools. An apparent unintended consequence of this legislation was that the law removed the flexibility for school districts to use teacher allotments to hire “specials”-music, art, drama, Spanish, technology, and PE teachers for elementary ... Read More »

Have a “Super” February

Screenshot of Dr. David Stegall's February Message

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What Do You Know That You Were Not Taught? The Year of the Teacher.

NCCS 2016 Teachers of the Year and Principal of the Year

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Teachers Make a Difference in Determining Students’ Destinations

Dr. David Stegall and Barrington Irving

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The Difference a Few Degrees Makes

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