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Vance County Schools Recognizes Community Partnerships!

June 9, 2021

HENDERSON, NC - 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. Each school celebrates their top partnership, with the following recognized for 2020-2021: 

School Partnerships of the Year

Advance Academy: Melissa Elliott

Aycock Elementary: Lowes of Henderson

Carver Elementary: Cokesbury United Methodist Church

Clarke Elementary: First Baptist Church of Henderson

Dabney Elementary: First United Methodist Church

Early College High: AIS Carolinas

EM Rollins Elementary: First Baptist Church

EO Young Elementary: Middleburg United Methodist Church

LB Yancey Elementary: Rowland Chapel Christian Church

New Hope Elementary: Rock Spring Baptist Church

Pinkston St. Elementary: First United Methodist Church

STEM Early High: TechTerra Education

Vance County High: Gill Clopton

Vance County Middle: Sean Alston

Vance Virtual Village: Poe Center for Health Education

Zeb Vance Elementary: Clearview Baptist


A district committee reviews all of the school partnerships and awards one as the District Partnership of the Year. This year, the recipient is TechTerra Education for their partnership with STEM Early High School. TechTerra founder, Susan Wells, worked with STEM in donating a class set of 3D doodler pens, along with project kits.  This generous contribution allows for students to be afforded innovative opportunities and learning experiences. Engaging students through this type of  technology allows for  scholars to extend their knowledge beyond anything previously available to them. Gradesa Lockhart, STEM Early High School Principal shared, “We are grateful for TechTerra’s contribution to the ongoing efforts in providing our students with innovative equipment and experiences. Their commitment and partnership to our school is making an impact on our students and our school.”

Vance County Schools is extremely grateful for all of our partners. In addition to our individual school partnerships, our district has closely networked and partnered with local civic organization, churches, businesses and individuals through the Vance County Public School Foundation. We are proud of our community for their continued support, dedication and willingness to make a difference in our district. 

 

Partnership of the Year