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      • Student Dress Code Addendum for 2022-2023

        As an update to the 2022-2023 Student Handbook, we are providing an addendum to the student dress code. The code is effective beginning September 19, 2022.........READ MORE

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      • SCS Awarded Upward Bound Grant

        Upward Bound, is an intensive intervention program that prepares students for higher education through various enrichment courses. At least two-thirds of the students in each local Upward Bound program are from......................READ MORE

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      • SCS Students Make Academic Gains in 2021-22 From Last Year's COVID Drop, Growth Rebounds

        Our teachers, support personnel, administrators, and so many others who have had a role in helping us bounce back from the pandemic deserve special gratitude.  I am extremely grateful to each and every Sampson County Schools employee........READ MORE

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      • August Board Meeting Recap

        During its August 22, 2022, regular monthly meeting, the Sampson County Board of Education opened its meeting with the following members in attendance: Eleanor Bradshaw, Robert

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      • NCASA, NCPAPA Seek Fix For Principal Pay Issues

        NCASA, NCPAPA, and other education groups are asking lawmakers to address language in the 2022 State Budget that could cause steep decreases in principal salaries across the state beginning in 2023................READ MORE

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      • Smithfield Foods Donates Paper

        As part of their corporate donation program, Smithfield employees identify needs within their area that the company can fulfill. The hog production plant in Warsaw chose Sampson County.........READ MORE

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      • Families to Receive Summer & Child Care P-EBT Benefits

        North Carolina will issue a one-time summer benefit payment of $391 per student and young child. P-EBT is federally funded, and there is no cost to the recipient. Please note that benefit issuance will be spread over 10 days for the summer issuance, so please allow time........READ MORE

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      • Six Sampson County Educators Part of Leadership Network

        The Public School Forum of North Carolina convened its second cohort of the Rural Teacher Leadership Network, which is designed to bring together diverse groups of educators across North Carolina who seek to strengthen their practice, foster community with teacher leaders from across other rural districts, and............READ MORE

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      • July Board Meeting Recap

        During its July 25, 2022, regular monthly meeting, the Sampson County Board of Education opened its meeting with the following members in attendance: Eleanor Bradshaw, Robert Burley, Daryll................READ MORE

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      • First CTE Summer Career Camp Successful

        Sampson County Schools' CTE program held its first-ever summer career camp, Getting REAL Career Camp, and it was a big success. Over 100 sixth through eleventh-grade................READ MORE

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