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Vance County Schools (VCS) is partnering with the Vance County Public School Foundation and MAKO Medical to award LEAP, Learning that Extends Actual Performance, teacher mini-grants to support quality programs and to encourage innovative educational ideas.
Are you passionate about supporting K-3 students? Do you want to help the next generation of readers and leaders reach their full potential? If so, apply to join our 2021-2022 corps of 250+ North Carolinians working as high-impact early literacy tutors in public schools across the state.
The Vance County Board of Education approved Ms. Michelle Burton and Dr. Gail Powers as Assistant Superintendents for Vance County Schools, both effective July 6, 2021.
The Vance County School Board of Education has approved Dr. Cindy Bennett as the next Superintendent for Vance County Schools, effective July 1, 2021. Dr. Bennett has over three decades of experience in education, bringing a wealth of qualifications and diverse experiences.
Vance County Schools strives to build community and business partnerships. Individuals, organizations and businesses make an impact on our students, schools and district as a whole, year after year. We are grateful for each and every partnership, as they find ways to support our students and staff through impact, innovation and outreach.
VCS is excited to announce staff who have successfully completed the 2021 Distinguished Leadership in a Remote Learning Environment Program (DLR), which is sponsored through the N.C. Department of Public Instruction and developed and provided by the North Carolina Principals & Assistant Principals’ Association.
The mission of Dabney Elementary School is to provide a high quality learning environment that prepares students to be responsible, accountable and productive life-long learners in a global society.