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Luncheon celebrates educators and ECU Pirate Nation!

Craven County Partners In Education
More than 700 educators, business leaders, and elected officials filled the New Bern Riverfront Convention Center on Tuesday afternoon for the sold-out Partners In Education Spring Luncheon. The annual event helps raise money for Craven County schools through PIE grant programs.  The organization, Partners In Education is the local education foundation for Craven County Schools.  […]
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International Paper Grant Winners

International Paper Grant Winners
Greg Golike, former PIE board member who established the Weyerhaeuser Grant when it was originally funded by Weyerhaeuser, and now representing International Paper, and his wife, retired teacher Mary Golike presented Partners In Education with the Spring Cycle PIE Grant check. Mary was a PIE Ambassador through Creekside Elementary before her retirement. This is a […]
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Super Science Grant Winner

Super Science Grant Winner
In order to advance and support programs for science in Craven County Schools, Dr. Meghan Doyle, Craven County Schools Superintendent, offered a grant to all Craven County Schools high school science teachers.  The focus of the Super Science Grant is to increase science achievement through direct services to the students. The winner was announced at […]
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Elementary School Teachers receive Bate Foundation Grant

Bate Foundation Grant - James W Smith Elementary
James W. Smith Elementary School teachers Luana Palimetakis and Diane Bondurant, with Principal Renee Whitford, were awarded a Bate Foundation Individual School Grant administered by Partners In Education. The grant, “STEM Lab: Students Totally Engaged in Music,” is for $5,000.  Funding will provide all their students the opportunity for full musical immersion in a keyboard […]
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Duke Energy awards $25,000 to Craven County Partners In Education

PIE and Duke Energy
Duke Energy and Craven Partners In Education announced a $25,000 investment from the Duke Energy Foundation. The funds will be used to implement the Pitsco Education Program, Beginning Science is Elementary, STEM Lab at Bridgeton Elementary, located in Bridgeton, North Carolina. Darlene Brown, executive director of Partners In Education, explains, “This program, to begin in […]
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