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The vision of STEM Early High School is to provide, student-centered instruction that meets individual needs through personalization, collaboration and a commitment to relevant learning experiences, positive relationships, and academic excellence.
"Designed with our Future in Mind"
Vance County Schools honors the 2022 Educators of Excellence: Anita Griffith of Zeb Vance Elementary as Teacher of the Year, Launtia Dallas of Clarke Elementary as Beginning Teacher of the Year, Donald Johnson III of Aycock Elementary as Assistant Principal of the Year and Edward Ortega of STEM Early High as Principal of the Year. The awards were presented at the district’s annual Excellence in Education banquet held on Tuesday, August 16th at the Henderson County Club. The banquet honored teachers, staff and administrators from across the district, representing their respective schools.
On August 8th, the Vance County Schools’ Board of Education Approved the 2022-2025 Strategic Plan. Superintendent Dr. Cindy Bennett shared the plan with the board, which includes a revised vision and mission statement and key pillars. Additionally, it also includes an updated version of the Profile of a Graduate, the Profile of a Teacher and the Profile of a Leader.
Vance County Schools would like to congratulate seven of our outstanding educators for successfully completing the Teacher’s Executive Summer Institute (TEI). The graduation reception was held at the Vance County Schools Administrative Services Center, where special guests and principals gathered to recognize their achievements.
When students head back to class for the 2022-2023 school year, there will be several new faces welcoming them within the schools across Vance County Schools! Dr. Cindy Bennett shared, “We are excited to provide opportunities for staff to demonstrate their leadership and overall knowledge. I look forward to great things from our new team members and our district will continue to support each of them in their new roles.” Vance County Schools is excited to announce the following new leadership changes
On Thursday, June 9th at 3:00 pm, Vance County Schools hosted an in-person Partnership Recognition ceremony at the Atrium, located at the Center for Innovation. The ceremony honored the unique partnerships between community organizations and our schools.
The mission of STEM Early High School is to provide a small, personalized learning community that prepares students with high interests in science, technology, engineering or mathematics for global success through a challenging, purposeful program of study based on relevance and rigor and delivered in a climate of mutual trust and respect.
The STEM student is a capable individual who possesses the maturity and independence to accept the challenges of the progressive school and is capable of honors level work. The student has the potential to successfully complete engineering challenges with global significance and is interested and excited about being part of a community of peers and faculty.