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Parents, please acquaint yourself with the districts's attendance policy. Policy Code 4400 D.- If a student is absent from school for five or more days in a semester, the principal or a committee established by the principal shall consider whether the student’s grades should be reduced because of the absences. The principal or committee shall review other measures of academic achievement, the circumstances of the absences, the number of absences, and the extent to which the student completed missed work.
Class attendance and participation are critical elements of the educational process and may be taken into account in assessing academic achievement. Students are expected to be at school on time and to be present at the scheduled starting time for each class. Students who are excessively tardy to school or class may be suspended for up to two days for such offenses.
Vance County Schools is excited to announce Chelsa Jennings as the new Director of Elementary Education. Jennings earned her Bachelor's degree in Elementary Education and her Masters in Curriculum and Instruction from North Carolina Central University. She completed her Ed.S. in Educational Leadership at East Carolina University and is currently working towards her Ed.D in Educational Leadership from University of North Carolina at Greensboro.
Vance County Schools is excited to announce a partnership with the North Central North Carolina Boys and Girls Club through a 21st Century Grant. This partnership will provide an afterschool program for students in grades 3-5 at Carver Elementary and New Hope Elementary.
Vance County Schools is excited to announce Amber Hines, K-5 Literacy Coordinator, as a participant in the North Carolina Department of Public Instruction (NCDPI) initial cohort of educators who will serve as Rethink Education Facilitators. Through collaboration, this cohort's focus will be to improve student academic achievement, strengthen remote and in-person instruction, and reinvent school and community preparedness for new models of blended learning for grades K-8.
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Students who are completing credit recovery and students who have TBA on their schedules will need to complete the course using our APEX Online instruction. Please go to the following link for instuctions on how to log on to APEX:
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