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Pamlico County High School

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Student Enrollment

Click on the link under the hurricane for our new student enrollment package. Please contact student services if you need assistance. WELCOME!

PCHS FFA Team Competes!

Adrian Brown, one of our ag teachers took 3 PCHS students to an FFA competition where they competed in the tool identification portion. Ariana Godette, Johnson Sheaffer, and Evan Caraway placed 4th! We are so glad this amazing program is still growing and getting stronger!

PCHS NJROTC Drone Team Competes!

The PCHS NJRTOC Drone Team traveled to Western Alamance High School to compete in the Area 6 Drone Competition. They competed in several events including an academic portion, obstacle course, blind pilot course and landing. This is the first ever PCHS NJROTC Drone Team. They placed 1st in the academic portion and 4th overall. They are looking forward to taking what they learned back to others in the unit and building this amazing program next year.
Special thanks to Commander Michael Robinson and Master Chief Dave Matthews for their dedication to our students.

PCHS Art Students Show in Prestigious Gallery

Pamlico County Schools would like to send a Big Congratulations to: Kiersten Williams Jaxon Bennett, Omeliah Boyd, Kally Rice and Rachel Prescott. These students had their artwork selected and exhibited in Oriental's prestigious Village Art Gallery!
Special thank you to Judy Wayland, the owner of the Village Gallery! Ms.Wayland awarded each student with a gold envelope that contained a warm Congratulations and Awarded each student a crisp $100.00!!!

New Board Room Opens!

Pamlico County Schools is proud to announce the completion of the new board room and will host a reception for those that would like to attend on March 7th between 2:30 and 5:30 in the afternoon!

PCHS Adaptive Curriculum Students Receive Rewards

Ms. Walker's students are working on a Rewards System involving classroom jobs, behavior expectations and penalties. They earn (Monopoly) money that they will use to learn money management. They also pay for breaking any rules that they themselves set up within the classroom.

They have a store within their classroom in which they buy small items, however, in an effort to teach them how to save for bigger things, the students are given an opportunity to buy "lessons" from other teachers within the school.
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