Washington County School District

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    Click the image above to live stream our next public school board meeting!

    Next Scheduled Meeting:  May 11, 2021 @ 6:00 PM

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  • Magic 95.9
    Tune in LIVE each Wednesday morning at 8:10 am for the Washington County Schools Live Segment on Magic 95.9 FM "The Music Lovers Station". Each week there will be a featured guest sharing with you the updates and announcements from their school or department. On the first Wednesday of each month, Dr. Linda Jewell Carr, Superintendent of Washington County Schools will be featured.
    On behalf of the Washington County Schools Board of Education and Superintendent Dr. Linda Jewell Carr, Thank You, Bill Benjamin, and MAGIC 95.9 for caring for, partnering with, and supporting our schools.
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  • Pre Kindergarten Is your child ready for Pre - Kindergarten?  Are they ready to learn their ABCs and 123s? This message is to inform you to register your child for Pre Kindergarten for the  2021-2022 school year.  For more information contact Ms. Mary Cox  252-793-5171 or via email at mcox@wcsnc.org   We are working together to educate our children of WCS.

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District News


    Good Evening Students and Parents.  Juniors and Seniors who participated in the Krispy Kreme Donut fundraiser, you can pick up your items tomorrow morning, Monday at 8:00 am.

    Seniors, If you have your cap and gown from BCCC or if you ordered one from Herff Jones then you may stop by the early college on Tuesday and have your cap and gown picture taken.

    BCCC Students:  All classes should be winding down and you need to turn in your college textbooks and school computers.

    Seniors, you must have turned in all supplies and paid all fees before you participate in the graduation ceremonies. You must have all of your school responsibilities satisfied before graduation!

    Prom tickets are on sale at the front desk at the Early College.  The cost is $20.00 per ticket. 

    Students: Final exams are coming up and students that have an EOC must take their exams in person.  If you normally ride a bus to school then you do not need to worry. Click on the title to read more.  

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  • WCECHS BLOOD DRIVE 5.20.2021

    "Gift of Life" for May 20, 2021.  The Washington County Early College High School will host its final Blood Drive for the year at the Beaufort County Community College building in Roper, NC.  This is the former "Windows of the World" building.  The Blood Drive will run from 10:00 am until 2:00 pm.  You can go to the Red Cross Website to sign up for a time slot or you can call the Early College High School for a time spot. Please click on the title to read more.

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    A program that lowers tuition for all undergraduate students at ECSU to $500 per semester or $2500 per semester for out-of-state students. Paired with a potential scholarship from our program, a quality education from ECSU becomes very affordable.  Please click on the title to read more.  

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    Back To School Immunizations

    This is a friendly reminder to have your child’s immunization records updated for the 2020-2021 school year. Pre-Kindergarten and Kindergarten Assessments also need to be completed.  Attached are the  requirements by grade levels. Be Safe. Wear your mask. Wash your hands. Practice Social Distancing.  Please click on the title to read more.  

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    ATTENTION Parents! WCS needs your help. If you did not complete the Student Information Verification Form online or return the form that was mailed to you with your child's report card, please complete the attached form.

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    Washington County Schools’ Career and Technical Education (CTE) program provides students with experiences that prepare them to be career and college ready. CTE is an educational model that helps students discover their skills and passions related to career development. CTE aligns secondary and post-secondary education to labor market demand and provides students with the technical, academic, and employability knowledge and skills they need for success. 

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