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    Dr. Jackson presented the State of Our Schools
    The State of the Schools was held on October 10th. The mid-day session was for elected officials and business partners, while the evening address was open to parents, staff and the community. Dr. Anthony Jackson, Superintendent, shared the many successes and achievements of the district. You can view the presentation by clicking the link -  2019 State of Our Schools Presentation.

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  • Vance County Schools serves the educational needs of approximately 6,200 students in pre-kindergarten through 12th grade. Our professional staff is committed to providing the knowledge, skills and opportunities for our students to "compete in an ever-changing global community." Our community takes great pride in our schools and through its financial support provides opportunities for all students to experience success and to prepare for the future.


     

    Vance County Schools Win Big!

     

    Dr. Anthony Jackson, Superintendent for Vance County Schools  Dr. Anthony Jackson was selected as the 2020 Superintendent of the Year  Dr. Jackson, selected the 2020 Superintendent of the Year.

    Vance County Schools Superintendent, Dr. Anthony D. Jackson, was named the 2020 A. Craig Phillips North Carolina Superintendent of the Year on Tuesday, November 19 at the North Carolina School Board Association Conference. The event was held at the Koury Convention Center in Greensboro and the honor is given by the North Carolina Association of School Administrators, the North Carolina School Superintendents' Association and the North Carolina School Boards Association. 

    Dr. Jackson has served as Superintendent for Vance County since 2015. Since being in Vance County, he has played a significant role in obtaining the Golden Leaf Grant, which helped the district implement the WeInspire Digital Transformation Initiative. Additionally, he has helped develop instructional programs including Youth Empowerment and Advance Academy, while student achievement is improving and graduation rates are increasing. 
     
    The NCSBA conference was filled with many other accolades for Vance County Schools as well. The Board of Education earned Master 2 certification, the only board in the state to earn such distinction. Additionally, Vance County Middle School placed 2nd in the state-wide middle school video contest, while Vance County High School took the first place spot in the high school competition for the second year in a row. 
     
    There were several staff from the district who presented at the conference as well, including Dr. Anthony Jackson, Superintendent, Mrs. Michelle Burton, Director of Human Resources, and Mrs. Kedecia Stewart Faines, Vance County Schools teacher and former District Teacher of the Year.
     
    Our district is, without question, Vance County Proud!
     
    The VCS Board of Education was awarded Master 2 recognition at the NCSBA.  VCHS won 1st place in the NCSBA video contest  VCMS received 2nd place in the NCSBA video contest. Board Chair, Mrs. Gooche received the award on their behalf.  Michelle Burton, Director of Human Resources, presented at the NCSBA conference.  
     
     
     
     

     

     

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    Dr. Anthony Jackson Selected as Superintendent of the Year by CCRESA

    Vance County Schools Superintendent Anthony Jackson has been selected as the recipient of the 2019-2020 Central Carolina Regional Education Service Alliance (CCRESA) Superintendent of the Year Award.

    He was presented the award on June 17, by Dr. Neil Pederson, executive director of CCRESA, during our school system's administrative meeting.

    Jackson received the award for his outstanding leadership in our school system. For the 2018-2019 school year, he led the successful consolidation of two middle schools and two high schools. In addition, he has led local schools to an improved graduation rate of over 82 percent and improved student performances at all grade levels. He also has been instrumental in leading efforts to continually improve community involvement in our public schools.


     

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  • Vance County Public School Foundation

    The Vance County Public School Foundation supports our local public schools and encourages the successful development of our younger generation by promoting quality education through community support in Vance County Schools. The Foundation accepts monetary donations to support programs in Vance County Schools. All donations are tax-deductible. Our Foundation is led by a volunteer board of approximately 12 community leaders. Consider supporting your Vance County Public School Foundation!

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  • Family Engagement on Demand (FEOD) 

    Family Engagement on Demand is an online platform that provides parents with the opportunity to gain skills and strategies to support their child's education through online learning videos in English and Spanish. 

    Using any mobile device, tablet, laptop or computer, a parent can watch streaming family outreach videos that will equip and empower them to take a more active role in their child's education. 

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