E.O. Young, Jr. Elementary School students had a unique opportunity on October 30, to sample a new biscuit during their lunch period and vote on whether or not they liked it. Based on the students' feedback, the school system will decide if it wants to provide the new biscuit with school meals at all local schools.
Exciting changes are coming to E.O. Young, Jr. Elementary School for the 2018-2019 school year. Principal Marylaura McKoon and her colleagues on the school's design team for the Opportunity Culture initiative are completing plans to implement the innovative program to benefit students and staff members in the school.
Vance County Schools hosted its fourth annual "Evening of Academic Excellence" to honor the top 10 percent of academic achievers in the graduating classes at Vance County Early College High School, AdVance Academy and Vance County High School during the evening of May 20.
Members of the Vance Robotics Team from Vance County High School attended the Vance County Board of Education meeting on May 13, and received deserved recognition for the team’s first-place finish in a recent robotics competition in Wake County with teams from high schools in the area.
Vance County Schools honored the over 275 school volunteers and business partners who are involved in supporting our 15 public schools for the 2018-2019 school year at the annual Volunteer/Business Partner Recognition Reception held on April 24.
Our mission is to set high expectations to empower creative leadership. Our mission will be accomplished through an academically rich and safe environment where students can become part of an interactive diverse community, in which they feel safe and successful.
The vision of our school is to provide a warm, loving and inviting environment where everyone is empowered to be responsible learners, outstanding leaders, accepting of others and respectful of everyone.