Vance County Schools Honors Partnerships
June 9, 2022
Vance County Schools Recognizes Partnerships
Henderson, NC – 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.
This ceremony celebrates the partnerships, listed below,
Craig Compton, Aycock Elementary
New Life Baptist Church, Carver Elementary
Alternative Learning Center & Community Engagement, Inc, Clarke Elementary
First United Methodist Church, Dabney Elementary
Clearview Baptist Church, E.M. Rollins STEAM Academy
Middleburg United Methodist Church, E.O. Young Elementary
Henderson Optimist Club, L.B. Yancey Elementary
Julie. A. Booth, New Hope Elementary
First United Methodist Church, Pinkston Street Elementary
Plank Chapel United Methodist Church, Zeb Vance Elementary
TechTerra, STEM Early High School
Fuerza Y Union Multiple Foundation, Vance County Early College High School
T&T Laundry, Vance County High School
Gang Free Inc., Vance County Middle School
4 Point 0 Mobile Clinic, Inc., Vance Virtual Village (V3) Academy
The District announced Gang Free Inc. as the 2021-2022 District Partnership of the Year. In addition to their continuous support of Vance County Middle School (VCMS) through providing basic necessities for students, students’ families and the community, they have collaborated with VCMS and the NC Food Bank to establish Vance County Middle School as a NC Food Bank Satellite. Students are able to make weekly trips through the food bank to take home what their families may need. Community members have access to the food bank as well.
Our community partnerships support and enhance learning outcomes for our students. Thank you to all of the organizations that support Vance County Schools!