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Farm Revival 2023: A Fundraiser Benefiting Working Lands Trust and Bladen County FFA

Working Lands Trust, a leading 501(c)(3) nonprofit dedicated to protecting our working farms and forests, is joining forces with Bladen County FFA to launch an initiative aimed at conserving vital agricultural lands and rural communities. In support of this endeavor, the organizations will host Farm Revival 2023, a family-friendly evening filled with food, friends, prizes, and fellowship. This cornerstone community event will generate much-needed funds for Working Lands Trust's mission to safeguard our agricultural heritage while also benefiting the Bladen County FFA.

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Bladen County Students Make Gains in 2022-2023 School Year

Bladen County students joined students across the state with overall gains during the 2022-2023 school year.

State test results from the 2022-2023 school year presented to the State Board of Education reveal that students in Bladen County continue to recover from learning loss due to the Covid pandemic.


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Brown Graduates from Aspiring Superintendents Program

Ann Brown, Chief Officer of Operations and Administrative Services for Bladen County Schools was among 37 leaders from across the state to graduate from the seventh cohort of the North Carolina School Superintendents' Association (NCSSA) Aspiring Superintendents Program. 

Bladen Early College High School Celebrates Class of 2023

Friends and family gathered on Friday, June 2, 2023, to celebrate the graduates from Bladen Early College High School.

Their ceremony was full of pomp and circumstance—beginning with the ceremonial processional and thoughtful invocation led by graduating senior, Trinity Bedsole. The evening included several speakers—Salutatorian Jessica Garcia-Bastida, Superintendent Dr. Jason Atkinson, Mr. Christopher Carroll, who previously taught at Bladen Early College High School, and Valedictorian Daniel Arellano. Early College Principal Mrs. Haley Cheshire presented the diplomas and led the class in the “turning of the tassels”.