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Stuff the Bus – Century 21 Zaytoun-Raines

Century 21 Zaytoun-Raines - PIE Stuff The Bus
Craven County Partners In Education was recently presented with items donated for the Stuff the Bus campaign by the staff and agents at Century 21 Zaytoun-Raines for the 6th consecutive year. It is through generous community partnerships that Stuff the Bus is able to meet the needs of those students who have been identified as in-need in […]
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“Camping with Critters” PIE Grant

PIE Grant - Camping with Critters
Diane Bondurant with James W. Smith Elementary won a Spring Cycle PIE Grant, “Camping with Critters,” for $904. This grant allowed every K-2 student at James W. Smith Elementary with the opportunity of observing, nurturing, and caring for a Painted Lady Butterfly. They each experienced the egg-to-caterpillar-to-chrysalis-to-butterfly-to-egg miracle! For information on how you or your […]
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New Principal Named for West Craven Middle School

Jessica Fortescue
On May 17, 2018, The Craven County Board of Education approved Mrs. Jessica Fortescue as the new Principal for West Craven Middle School effective July 2, 2018. Mrs. Fortescue is excited for the opportunity to return to West Craven Middle School as the principal.  She is looking forward to reconnecting with the staff, students and community […]
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Famous Bakery Celebrates Anniversary with Cupcake Parties for Craven County Elementary Schools

Famous Baking Company
Famous Bakery is proud to announce a unique give-away to celebrate its two-year anniversary on February 9, 2018. Starting this month, and continuing throughout 2018, the bakery will be awarding one elementary school classroom with a cupcake party. Interested teachers can send an e-mail and explain why their students deserve a celebration featuring the best […]
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Craven County Schools – Closed on January 8, 2018

Craven County Schools
Craven County Schools will be closed for students on Monday, January 8, 2018. Essential staff (district maintenance, school custodians, school principals, and district executive staff) should report on time. All other staff are on an optional workday with a 2-hour delay. If road conditions in your area prevent you from traveling at that time, please […]
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Craven County Schools receives Certificate of Excellence in Financial Reporting

Craven County Schools
The Association of School Business Officials (ASBO) International has awarded Craven County Board of Education its Certificate of Excellence in Financial Reporting for having met or exceeded the program’s high standards for financial reporting and accountability. The district was recognized for its Comprehensive Annual Financial Report for the fiscal year ending 2016. Sponsored by VALIC, […]
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Proven Leader is Named New Transportation Director

Thomasine Hassell
Craven County Schools will welcome a familiar face as the new transportation director effective June 1, 2017. On March 16, 2017, the Board of Education voted unanimously to approve Mrs. Thomasine Hassell as the new director.  Mrs. Hassell will be responsible for monitoring/improving bus routes, actively recruiting new bus drivers, preparing the transportation department budget, […]
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Spotlight on Craven County Teacher Barbara McCurdy

Teacher Barbara McCurdy
On February 22, 2017, The Craven County Board of Education and Havelock High School spotlighted a teacher who has been on staff since 2009, Ms. Barbara McCurdy. As her family transferred from one military assignment to another, this teacher has worked in several schools. She began at Westview High School in Arizona where she taught […]
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Craven County PIE Board of Directors announced Grant Winners

Spring Craven Partners In Education Winners
The Board of Directors of Craven County Partners In Education recently announced the winners of the Spring Cycle PIE Grants for creative and imaginative programs in Craven County Schools’ classrooms. The school principals accepted the checks on behalf of their teachers at the February Monthly Principals’ Meeting. A total of $10,925 was awarded. Accepting the checks […]
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