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EECHS Class of 2020 Graduates Featured Photo

EECHS Class of 2020 Graduates

35 Graduates from EECHS participated in a one of a kind Commencement Ceremony on May 16, 2020. Scholars were pre-recorded giving speeches and receiving graduation recognitions. They were also treated to a host of surprises upon arrival at the event that ensured the ceremony was personal and special. You can watch the full recording on the AmplifyECPS YouTube page. We are so proud of the Class of 2020!
EECHS Launches Remote Learning Plan In Response to School Closure Featured Photo

EECHS Launches Remote Learning Plan In Response to School Closure

Scholars and Families, Here is the link to the EECHS Remote Learning Plan for the remainder of the COVID-19 school closure. Please read the information on the landing page first, then scholars can navigate to individual teacher pages. Of course, scholars and parents can communicate with teachers if there are any questions on the assignments. School has not been interrupted, just moved online for all EECHS scholars! Stay safe, EECHS family!
EdNC Hosts Town Hall with Candidates for State Superintendent Featured Photo

EdNC Hosts Town Hall with Candidates for State Superintendent

Yesterday, over 100 students from Edgecombe Early College, Tarboro High, Southwest, and North Edgecombe participated in an ECPS Town Hall. The goal of this event was to engage scholars in the democratic process by having them talk directly with candidates running for State Superintendent of Public Instruction and to represent the interests of our young people. We are so proud of our EECHS and ECPS students who brought their voice and concerns to the candidates. Thank you to EdNC for facilitating this event.

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In The Spotlight

One of our very own ECPS Child Nutrition staff members has been selected as the 2019 North Carolina School Nutrition Association Employee of Year. Congratulations to Carol Lee who serves as a Child Nutrition Program Assistant. She will be recognized at the School Nutrition Association’s National Conference in St. Louis, Missouri in July. Congratulations Ms. Lee and thank you for the great work you do to ensure our students are well nourished and prepared for success. Lee, second from left, is pictured with Board Chair Dr. Evelyn Wilson, ECPS Child Nutrition Director Ruth McDowell, and ECPS Superintendent Dr. Valerie Bridges.