5:30 PM - 6:00 PM Education Foundation meeting
With nearly 200 million drivers on U.S. roadways, chances are high that most American drivers will experience car crashes during their lifetimes. While the majority of the nearly 6.5 million car crashes a year are non-fatal, even minor fender benders can have a significant impact on children, particularly those who are unrestrained.
The Smithfield Foundation, the philanthropic arm of Smithfield Foods, Inc., announced today a donation of $60,000 to Bladen County Schools Foundation to fund the purchase
In a special called meeting held on June 27, the Bladen County Board of Education approved Jamaal Dunham as the new principal
The new mathematics North Carolina Standard Course of Study and Extended Content Standards adopted by the State Board of Education (SBE)
Graduation Day was recently held for the fourth class of the Bladen County Firefighter Academy. Cadets from both East Bladen and West Bladen High School were in attendance to receive their certificates, as well as fire officials, school officials, families, and friends.
The Read to Achieve Summer Reading Camp is a free service to families that is designed to provide extra support for students that have not shown proficiency in reading standards. Eligible students are invited to attend the camp and register during the school year and are only able to attend if they have completed the final registration process.
Clarkton School of Discovery is accepting applications for the 2019-2020 school year
North Carolina Education Lottery's NC School Heroes program provides North Carolina residents with the opportunity to celebrate everyday people impacting the lives of students. The contest will reward 10 nominators, the NC School Heroes, and the NC School Hero's school with cash prizes.
Breaking News: Jair McElveen, a student at Clarkton School of Discovery in Bladen County has just been elected
To promote workforce development and strengthen connections between education and job readiness, Governor Roy Cooper has declared the week of January 28-February 1, 2019 as Career Pathways Week in North Carolina.
As many students in North Carolina public schools begin school this week, State Superintendent Mark Johnson announced that he has taken steps to reduce the time spent testing for many of the state’s youngest scholars. The move follows a survey Johnson sent to teachers last school year that showed that 76 percent of North Carolina teachers think their students are tested too much.
Teacher assistants may receive an award up to $4,600 per academic year for a period of up to four years to be used towards the cost of tuition and fees for a teacher assistant to attend an educator preparation program at an institution of higher education.
Parents have access to grades, attendance, schedules and other important information It’s here just for parents and involves only a few clicks of a mouse. The PowerSchool Parent Portal is a convenient online program that makes it easy for parents to monitor their child’s academic progress. The program is made available through the N.C. Department of Public Instruction. Parents with children in Bladen County Schools may use the Parent Portal to see grades, attendance, class schedules and other information.