It is the largest school district in the state of South Carolina and the 44th largest in the US. The smallest was a one-room school; the two largest, Parker and Greenville City, served two-thirds of the student population.
A reminder about Pitt County Schools staggered entry for all of our rising kindergarten families! Children with last names beginning with M-Z attend school on August And everyone becomes a big happy family on August 29!
We are excited for all of you!! Also, great job to Cynthia Siders on placing fifth in the best driver competition.
Thank you for demonstrating the importance of bus safety in helping our students get to and from school each and every day! The other top contenders for best driver, in order of finish from second to fifth place were: Inspectors placing second and third respectively in the technician inspection competition were: Wells will participate in the technician side of the competition, while Callendar will participate in the inspector side of the competition.
We wish all of our students and staff a wonderful summer break! Thank you for a wonderful school year, and we look forward to seeing our students again on August 27! Please join us in the culmination of a lifetime of hard work and determination for our proud graduates!
Ridgewood recognized as School of Character - Daily Reflector Wonderful article about the importance of instilling character in our students. Great job, Ridgewood Elementary! Only 73 schools across the nation, and only 2 in the state of North Carolina, received this prestigious designation.
Dear Parents, On behalf of the Pitt County Board of Education, I want to thank you for your continued support of Pitt County Schools and our efforts to maintain a safe and orderly learning environment for every student and staff member in our district.
As we continue to make student safety our highest priority, I wanted to take this opportunity to share with you some of the current measures we have in place to help prevent school violence, as well as our plans moving forward over the next year to make our schools as safe as we reasonably can.
Pitt County Schools is: We currently have 14 SROs serving our 37 schools.
A secure corridor provides an additional set of locked doors between the main entrance and the rest of the school to restrict visitor access to the main office. If you see something, say something. Our students have done a wonderful job of this in recent months.
In addition to teaching your children to share concerns when they see or hear them, we also need your help with appropriate steps to take should our school need to go into an emergency lockdown: Once the situation has stabilized, an alert message will be sent to parents to inform them that the school was placed on an emergency lockdown, the nature of the incident, and any other important details.
Please keep this in mind and try to refrain from calling or texting your child in order to help keep them safe during a lockdown. School officials and law enforcement are working together to keep everyone safe, and no one is allowed to enter or exit the school.Aug 09, · J. L.
Mann High School is one of fourteen high schools in the Greenville County School District, South Carolina, United States. It is named after James Lewis Mann (–), former superintendent of Greenville County Schools.
According to our research of South Carolina and other state lists there were 57 registered sex offenders living in Greenville, South Carolina as of November 14, The ratio of number of residents in Greenville to the number of sex offenders is 1, to 1.
The number of registered sex offenders. Greenville County Schools - Administration and a new direction for professional development support which is more site-based and more directly related to the needs of teachers. Greenville County Schools Recommended for National Re-Accreditation visited schools, and observed district and school practices.
Statistics and Reports. We . Greenville County Schools Home Page Skip to main content. Search Tool. Students & Parents. To approve $25,, for five projects, which include a new K-4 elementary school on the district-owned County JJ property in Greenville, a new transportation facility on the County JJ property, renovations and remodeling at Hortonville High School (HHS), new classroom additions to Hortonville Middle School (HMS), and security upgrades at all HASD schools.
Competing against the state’s top school bus drivers and bus inspectors, Hertford County Public Schools' Eric Turner was named best driver – winning the title for the third year in a row, and Pitt County Schools' Dustin Wells placed first in the technician competition, beating 27 competitors representing 16 counties.