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  • NHCS Principals
    Principals Month - October is National Principals Month. Great schools have great leaders and NHCS thanks our principals for their outstanding leadership.
  • Castle Hayne Principal, Sam Highsmith and College Park Principal, Maria Madison
    Teamwork - Castle Hayne Elementary’s Principal Sam Highsmith welcomes College Park Elementary’s Principal Maria Madison as they welcome students back to school after Hurricane Florence.
  • Trask Middle School Teachers
    #Teamwork - Teachers from Trask Middle School offer support as colleagues from College Park Elementary move boxes of materials into their temporary location at Holly Shelter Middle School.
  • Brad Lackey (NHCS Purchasing Dept) with NHC Libary Representative
    Thank You - NHCS thanks the New Hanover County Public Libraries for donating more than 500 boxes of books to the school system.
  • CRA Staff
    Pink Pride - Staff from the Career Readiness Academy show their support for Breast Cancer Awareness Month in October by wearing pink.
  • Hoggard Girls Lacrosse players
    Running for a Good Cause - Hoggard Girls Lacrosse players participated in the “Run for the Ta Tas” Race to support Coach Kallett, a breast cancer survivor.
  • Pre-school students at the Career Readiness Academy
    New Friends - Pre-school students at the Career Readiness Academy celebrate their new friendship as they return to school.
  • Kindergarten classes at Ogden Elementary
    Pete the Cat - Kindergarten classes at Ogden Elementary have been reading “Pete the Cat” books, learning to keep a “paws”itive attitude in different situations.
  • Carmen the therapy dog and a PVES student
    Gone to the Dogs - Carmen, a trained therapy animal from Paws4People, reads with a student at Pine Valley Elementary.
  • PVES Custodian, Dominick, and PVES students
    It Takes a Village - Dominick, a custodian at Pine Valley, pauses from his duties to interact with second graders during recess.
  • Snipes Academy chorus students and teacher, Christa Faison
    Honors Chorus - For the first time, two students from Snipes Academy of Arts and Design will be featured in the NC Elementary Honors Chorus, led by their music teacher Christa Faison.
  • Howe’s Principal Christianne May and teacher Briana Outlaw
    Giving Back to the Community - Howe’s Principal Christianne May and Mrs. Outlaw prepared hygiene bags after the hurricane to give back to their community.
  • Fourth graders at Holly Tree Elementary
    Native American History - Fourth graders at Holly Tree Elementary researched Native Americans and created replicas of NC Native American artifacts.
  • Hoggard High School Alumni
    Hoggard Homecoming - Hoggard High School celebrated their first graduating class of Vikings as part of Homecoming Week.
Hurricane Florence Donations
Calendar of Events
Oct 20
All County 8th Grade & High School Orchestra Concert, Minnie Evans Center, 2:00 pm
Oct 23
Marching Band Showcase, Hoggard Stadium, 7:00 pm

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District News (More Stories)
10/17/18 NHCS Announces 2018-2019 Timeline for Application to NC Governor's School
10/15/18 NHCS Elementary Singers Selected for NC Honors Chorus
10/15/18 New Hanover County Board of Education Reschedules Three Redistricting Public Forums for November 2018
10/12/18 NHCS Offers Transition Fair on October 30th for Parents and Students with Special Needs
10/11/18 NHCS Proposes Changes to School Calendars in Hurricane Aftermath
10/01/18 NHCS Announces Several School and Class Relocations in the Aftermath of Hurricane Florence
09/26/18 New Hanover County Schools Announces Student and Staff Return Dates After Hurricane Florence
Items of Interest
Talking to Students about Disasters
NHCS Safety Summit Information and Update
Middle School & High School Redistricting
2018 - 2019 Curriculum Course Guide
Community Partnerships - Mentor, Volunteer, Partner, Donate!
2017-2018 Community Partnership Annual Report
(Accessible Document)
2017 - 2018 Read to Achieve Annual Data Report 3rd Grade
2017 - 2018 Read to Achieve Annual Data Report 1st-2nd Grades
Employment Opportunities
Bond Project Updates
       
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