Edgecombe Early College High School freshmen take trip to Washington, D.C.

Seventeen freshmen from Edgecombe Early College High School and four advisers traveled to Washington, D.C., for four days in March to visit the Smithsonian Institute, tour the National Mall and see other historical monuments.

  • Red Oak Middle student wins Advancement Scripps Spelling Bee

    Hannah Elise Gerlach, a seventh-grade student at Red Oak Middle School was the winner of the Advancement Scripps Spelling Bee sponsored by the Delta Center for Life Development and the Teacher Education Program of N.C. Wesleyan College on March 19 at the Dunn Center.

  • Student recognized for literacy program

    SouthWest Edgecombe High School student Saquan Revis was recognized at a recent meeting of the Edgecombe County Public Schools Board of Education for his “League of Literacy” organization.

  • Local students honored for academic achievements

    Several local students recently have been honored for academic achievement.

  • Junior Guild’s book drive to end next week

    A book drive geared toward getting quality books into the hands of local children is coming to an end.

  • Students explore the night sky in mobile planetarium

    Preschoolers and kindergarteners from four local elementary schools joined Elmo, Big Bird and Hu Hu Zhu as they explored the night sky in One World, One Sky: Big Bird’s Adventure, PNC Bank’s mobile planetarium show created with Sesame Workshop.

CHrales Penny: City to fix up tennis courts, local parks

Spring is here, and so are the many initiatives and events spearheaded by the city of Rocky Mount’s Parks an d Recreation Department.

Edgecombe Early College High School freshmen take trip to Washington, D.C.

Seventeen freshmen from Edgecombe Early College High School and four advisers traveled to Washington, D.C., for four days in March to visit the Smithsonian Institute, tour the National Mall and see other historical monuments.

  • Red Oak Middle student wins Advancement Scripps Spelling Bee

    Hannah Elise Gerlach, a seventh-grade student at Red Oak Middle School was the winner of the Advancement Scripps Spelling Bee sponsored by the Delta Center for Life Development and the Teacher Education Program of N.C. Wesleyan College on March 19 at the Dunn Center.

  • Student recognized for literacy program

    SouthWest Edgecombe High School student Saquan Revis was recognized at a recent meeting of the Edgecombe County Public Schools Board of Education for his “League of Literacy” organization.

  • Local students honored for academic achievements

    Several local students recently have been honored for academic achievement.

  • Students explore the night sky in mobile planetarium

    Preschoolers and kindergarteners from four local elementary schools joined Elmo, Big Bird and Hu Hu Zhu as they explored the night sky in One World, One Sky: Big Bird’s Adventure, PNC Bank’s mobile planetarium show created with Sesame Workshop.

  • NCC announces spring fundraising events

    Nash Community College has designated May 2 as a day to raise money to help hard-working students pay for college through student scholarships.