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Engaging Through Technology
 
Tier One Learning at Anderson Elementary
 
Abbey Emerson, Rookie of the Year
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Congratulations Abbey Emerson
2021 NHCS Rookie of the Year 
 
The Rookie of the year is sponsored and supported by our Human Resource Division and Wilmington Rotary Club
 
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First 90 Days
 
District activities and initiatives under Superintendent Dr. Charles Foust
 
Title IX - Know Your Rights
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Keeping Students Safe
 
Student safety is our top priority. Learn about programs and reporting options.
 
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Save the Date
 
Registration for Kindergarten Enrollment is March 1 - March 12.

 

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Welcome Back
 
Pre-K-Grade 5 students return to classrooms beginning on March 8.
 

Enrollment and Registration

Families new to New Hanover County Schools should complete the enrollment process in the Online Student Registration System. 
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Title IX/Keeping Students Safe

The NHCS Title IX team is committed to protecting and supporting you by responding to Title IX complaints and reports throughout the district.
Learn more about Title IX

Equity, Diversity & Inclusion

New Hanover County Schools is committed to celebrating our diverse community through growing a sustainable environment that embraces inclusion, provides equitable opportunities, and affirms our humanity. 
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COVID-19 Resources

Reopening schools safely and creating healthy learning environments
 

Bilingual Resources

NHCS Parent Liaisons support bilingual families to bridge communication between school and home. They work closely with parents and children to make sure students can achieve academic and social success in school.
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Volunteer Opportunities

Volunteers take an active role in the development of our students by working in classrooms, serving on advisory committees, and more. 
Volunteer - Mentor - Partner


Our District at a Glance
 

88.2%

graduation cap
District-wide
graduation rate

790,000

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Meals served
since August 4, 2020

45

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Number of schools
in the district

530

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Teachers with national board certification

>72%

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Graduation rate for
students with disabilities

26,452

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Number of students in the districts

2nd

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Largest employer in
New Hanover County

299,104

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Hours of volunteer
service in schools