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  • New Administrators
    New Administrators - NHCS introduced new administrators approved at the July Board of Education meeting (pictured l-r): Jean Hall (Assistant Principal at Isaac Bear), Susan Sellers (Supervisor of Certified Talent Manager), Dr. Katie Fink (Assistant Principal at Murray), Brent Hall (Assistant Principal at Eaton), Anastasia Brown, (Assistant Principal at Anderson), Graham Elmore (Principal at Codington), Scott Andersen (Assistant Principal at Trask), and Jesse May (Assistant Principal at Murray). Not pictured, Deanna Leake (Principal at Carolina Beach) and Christianne May (Principal at Howe).
  • Thank You Dollar General
    Thank You Dollar General - As part of their 15,000th store opening, Dollar General’s CEO Todd Vasos, a Hoggard High alumni, donated $15,000 ($3,000 each) to the International School at Gregory, Sunset Park Elementary, Lake Forest Academy, Williston Middle School, and Howe Pre-K to support literacy and education initiatives.
  • Members of Life Community Church volunteered their morning to spruce up the grounds at Williams Elementary
    Campus Cleanup - Members of Life Community Church, the newest faith-based organization to support Williams Elementary, volunteered their morning to spruce up the school’s campus for students this fall.
  • New Hanover High School Wildcats Baseball team with Board Chairman Ed Higgins
    Celebrating Champions - Chairman Edward Higgins presents Coach Richard Foy with a trophy as the Board of Education recognized the New Hanover High School Wildcats Baseball team for winning the 2018 3A State Championship.
  • Dr. Susan Hahn celebrates retirement
    40 Years of Service - Dr. Susan Hahn is honored by co-workers at a retirement party celebrating 40 years in service, most recently as the Director of Human Resources.
  • Jennifer Choate, a 5th-grade teacher at Codington Elementary, was selected to attend the prestigious North Carolina Civil War and Reconstruction Symposium at UNCW
    Civil War Symposium - Jennifer Choate, a 5th-grade teacher at Codington Elementary, was selected to attend the prestigious North Carolina Civil War and Reconstruction Symposium at UNCW. Teachers selected for this symposium took historical field trips, participated in primary source discussions, and were given a $500 stipend.
  • Students worked hard in summer school using technology to learn English as their second language.
    Learning the Language - Students worked hard in summer school using technology to learn English as their second language.
  • Participants of NHCS’ Camp MED visited the Heart Institute
    Camp Med - Participants of NHCS’ Camp MED visited the Heart Institute and learned about the advantages of DaVinci Robotic Surgery in helping patients heal faster.
  • Students visited the Summer Reading Program at Pine Valley Elementary Read with service dog Palmer
    Summer Library - Students visited the Summer Reading Program at Pine Valley Elementary and read a book to Palmer. They also engaged in coding ozobots and other fun activities.
  • Carolina Beach Island Arts Alliance made a donation to Carolina Beach Elementary Music Department
    Strumming A Happy Tune - The Carolina Beach Island Arts Alliance made a donation to Carolina Beach Elementary to cover the cost of 20 ukuleles for their music department.
  • Elizabeth Kinsey completed a new Earth Science Literacy resource for Anderson Elementary’s outdoor classroom
    This Girl Scout Rocks - Elizabeth Kinsey completed a new Earth Science Literacy resource for Anderson Elementary’s outdoor classroom as part of her Girl Scout Gold Award project, creating an interactive geologic map and developing lessons that teach the nine big ideas in earth science.
  • Students from Hoggard represented the school in the the NCCA All Star Games
    Hey Now, You’re an All-Star - Four recent Hoggard High graduates represented the Eastern Region in the NCCA All-Star Games in football, women’s soccer, and men’s soccer.

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July 23
Freeman and Snipes: Open House
July 26
Freeman and Snipes: First Day for Students

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District News (More Stories)
07/16/18 New Hanover County Board of Education Announces Upcoming Interim and Redistricting Work Session Meetings
07/12/18 New Hanover County Board of Education Announces Superintendent's Evaluation and Contract Extension
07/11/18 NHCS Receives Outstanding Achievement Recognitions for Child Nutrition and Public Relations
07/10/18 NHC Board of Education Approves New School Administrators
06/25/18 NHCS Announces the Class of 2018 Graduation Report
06/15/18 NHC Board of Education Announces July Meetings
06/15/18 NHCS Announces 2018-2019 School Administrator Changes and Reassignments
06/13/18 NHC Board of Education to Hold Interim Meeting
Items of Interest
Middle School & High School Redistricting
2018 - 2019 Curriculum Course Guide
CLASS Project - Connecting Libraries and Schools for Success!
2017 - 2018 Low Performing School Plans  (Public Comment)
Community Partnerships - Mentor, Volunteer, Partner, Donate!
2017-2018 Community Partnership Annual Report
(Accessible Document)
2016 - 2017 Read to Achieve Annual Data Report 3rd Grade
2016 - 2017 Read to Achieve Annual Data Report 1st & 2nd Grade
Employment Opportunities
Bond Project Updates
       
Back to School Information Summer Food Programs Summer Reading at NHCS School Libraries CLASS Project: Connecting Libraries and Schools for Success
       
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