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International Paper Literacy Grant

International Paper Literacy Grant Winners
International Paper and Craven County Partners In Education announced the winners of the 2019-20 International Paper Literacy Grant. The focus of the award is to increase literacy achievement through direct services to the students of Craven County Schools. The winners are Michelle Lee, Caroline Godwin, and Whitney Hernandez with Roger Bell New Tech Academy and […]
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Weyerhaeuser awards $5,000 to Craven County Partners In Education

Weyerhaeuser Foundation Grant
Craven County, N.C. – Weyerhaeuser and Craven County Partners In Education announced a $5,000 investment from the Weyerhaeuser Craven County office through the Weyerhaeuser Foundation. The funds will be used towards the Leader In Me Program at Vanceboro Farm Life Elementary, located in Vanceboro, North Carolina. Darlene Brown, executive director of Partners In Education, explains, […]
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Fall Cycle International Paper Math & Science Grant

International Paper Math and Science Grant
International Paper funds a Fall and Spring Cycle grant each year that provides assistance to Craven County Schools’ educators for hands-on activities in math and science for up to $250 per grant. This grant program, administered by Partners In Education, allows our teachers the opportunity to purchase materials for activities in their classroom without spending […]
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Flip Out Over Pancakes for PIE

Pancakes for PIE
Looking for the perfect way to have a delicious pancake breakfast before visiting Santa in Bear Plaza, taking in some shopping, and enjoying the many activities happening during the holiday season in beautiful, historic downtown New Bern? New Bern, North Carolina’s Colonial Capital, literally transforms into a wonderland the entire Christmas season.  Streetlights and storefronts […]
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Stuff the Bus – Century 21 Zaytoun-Raines

Stuff the Bus - Cemtiru 21 Zaytoun Raines
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 7th 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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International Paper Awards $10,000 to Craven County Partners In Education

Craven Partners in Education Grant
Craven County, N.C. – International Paper Company and Craven County Partners In Education announced a $10,000 investment from International Paper Foundation. The focus of the awarded grant is to increase literacy achievement through direct services to the students of Craven County Schools. Darlene Brown, executive director of Partners In Education, explains, “The two objectives of […]
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Craven Partners In Education’s Outstanding Leadership Awards

Ms. Casey and Mr. Palimetakis
Partners In Education recognized Claudia Casey, principal at Tucker Creek Middle and Daniel Palimetakis, principal at Vanceboro Farm Life Elementary at the PIE Luncheon with the 2019 PIE Outstanding Leadership Awards honoring significant contributions to education by our administrators. The criteria for the leadership category is how these leaders create awareness for Partners In Education […]
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Craven County Partners In Education Announces Stuff the Bus Event with Title Sponsor B/S/H/ Home Appliances

Stuff the Bus 2019
B/S/H/ Home Appliances is passionate about starting our students back to school with the school supplies needed to start them on the road to success.  PIE president David Baxter and B/S/H/ Home Appliances Vice President Andy MacLaren announced that B/S/H/ Home Appliances has agreed to be the Title Sponsor for Stuff the Bus.  Mr. MacLaren […]
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Re-Stuff the Bus – Hurricane Relief Efforts

Re-Stuff the Bus – Hurricane Relief Efforts
In August 2018, Partners In Education (PIE), the local education foundation for Craven County Schools, had just held it’s Stuff the Bus campaign in preparation for the school year. PIE received a record amount of school supplies of $35,000, and Craven County Schools was well on its way to start a new school year with […]
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