Bulldog sprinters post lightning-fast time of 43.08
29 Maverick grads earn almost $2,000,000 in scholarship offers
Duplin County Schools recognizes the many students who volunteer at local fire departments
111 senior trophies and scholarships awarded
Students of the Year, Special Recognition, and Humanitarian Award are presented
Students inspired to “engineer a difference”
Video featuring students motivating other students is aired on WWAY
Santos Arevalo, Katlyn Brown, Katelin West, and Kari Westerbeek represent their schools
Stakeholders share accomplishments, suggest next steps
Dr. Obasohan thanks school nurses across the county for their role in helping children stay healthy and learn!
Committee hears construction update and prays for school system
Victoria Newkirk teaches social studies at Charity Middle School
Students’ presentation nets $500 toward implementation of idea
Student athletes had a great day filled with friendly competition
B. F. Grady Math Teacher Joy James is National Board Certified in Mathematics in Early Adolescence
Dr. Obasohan thanks educators across the county for their dedication to ensuring student success in school and in life.
Dr. Obasohan thanks all School Nutrition Employees for their role in student success
Superintendent Dr. Austin Obasohan thanks all DCS principals and assistant principals for all they do
The Wallace Elementary School eBOB team was a few points shy of 1st place
Future leaders learn about innovation and entrepreneurship
Michael Aquino, Sierra Dixon, Hunter North, and Stephanie Quintanilla represent their schools
Superintendent Dr. Austin Obasohan thanks all DCS Administrative Professionals for all they do
Superintendent Dr. Obasohan and other leaders share with students how the central office supports them and their schools
Mr. Al has written, produced and recorded twenty children’s albums, two videos and one teacher resource book
Ag in the Classroom Spring Grant Applications are Due April 15.
Over 300 parents and students participate in a night filled with learning and fun
All community members are asked by the county to complete the survey
New annual event aimed at sharing the powerful impact of the FCA
APs play an essential role in schools
NDJS students Andrew Bounds and Zach Teachey presented their project "Get Charged"
Annual celebration promotes giving students an early start on the path to college and career success
The event, sponsored by the Chi Iota Omega Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. will be from Noon-3:00 PM at JSCC
Ensemble's tour to several DCS schools entertains audiences of all ages
This year’s event included volunteers from BES, EDHS, and JKHS
TONIGHT at 7:00pm in the East Duplin High School Fine Arts Building
The Duplin County Partnership for Career Planning sponsors the annual event
Over $8,000 will be used to enhance learning opportunities for exceptional children
Students enjoy interacting with presenters and learning more about careers
Students and instructors enjoyed the two-day festival and culminating concert
Richard Livingston was one of three percent selected for the Morehead-Cain Class of 2021
Chinquapin Elementary School Places 2nd and Beulaville Elementary School places 3rd
Third through eighth grade participants are O-U-T-S-T-A-N-D-I-N-G
The Monsanto grant is valued at $2,500
The cultural arts program made possible by NC Arts Council, Community Council for the Arts, and DCS
"Harriet Tubman," "John F. Kennedy," "Gary Soto" and other famous Americans shared their stories with students and visitors
DCS had four areas recognized as “Distinguished”
Chris Aguilar, Carley-Martin MacFarlane, Cindy Trejo, and Mya Williams represent their schools
Custodial teams commended for a job well done
Kirk Kennedy is 1 of 5 CASMT Leaders named by The Burroughs Wellcome Fund
DC Board of Education Member and longtime educator Pam Edwards donates books in celebration of Read Across America
Carley-Martin MacFarlane was selected as 1 of 35 recipients from a record number of nearly 2,150 applicants
“Be the change you want to see in the world” is this year’s theme
Charity Middle School program “enhances knowledge, challenges thoughts, and stirs souls”
UNCW grad teaches Business, Finance, and IT
Wallace, Chinquapin, and Rose Hill-Magnolia Elementary School students excited to receive dictionaries
Career and Technical Education Department gives students opportunity to talk with area employers
4th graders researched famous African-Americans, shared their new knowledge, and had fun
Warsaw Middle School Places 2nd and Chinquapin places 3rd
Aquaponics, robotics, Agriculture Education are featured
The $500 was made possible by the ExxonMobil Education Alliance Program
Robin Jarman is known for sharing her love and compassion
Career & Technical Education has been serving students for 100 years.
Classic bear tales, bear hunt, and teddy bear picnic not likely forgotten
Students counted, sorted, decorated, and some even dressed for the occasion as they celebrated being 100 days smarter!
Duplin County Schools had 41 district winners and 13 state winners
Students have the opportunity to experience “real world” job interviews
The event at Wallace Elementary School was sponsored by the school’s WATCH D.O.G.S.® Program
Basketball tournaments and cheerleading competition showcase talent across the county
Students at BFG, DECHS, and NDE show their love and appreciation for school bus drivers
Senior Chase Ingram scores milestone basket in school’s win over Croatan
Over 200 students and parents enjoy a night of fellowship and math activities
NDJS’s Andrew Bounds and Zack Teachey will compete in Raleigh in March
Wallace-Rose Hill High School students build and race underwater robotics
Chris Suggs, Founder and President of Kinston Teens wants to help young people affect positive change in the communities in which they live
Several schools participated and competed in state-level conferences
Melissa Fleming, Cole Pridgen, Shannon Riggleman, and McRae Scott represent their schools
This is School Bus Driver Appreciation Week
Duplin Schools partners with Goshen Medical Center and East Carolina University
Duplin Schools eligible to participate in USDA program as result of devastating effects of Hurricane Matthew
Assistant Superintendent for Human Resources and Leadership Development Felicia Brown leads with integrity and professionalism
JKHS class learning about the life cycle of butterflies
Surrounded by cheers with the wind in their faces, these teams “Roll with the Wind”
DCS is one of only five school districts in NC included on national honor roll
NCSU freshman and WRH senior provide student "Voices from Rural America"
Counselors work tirelessly to help students succeed
Kindergarten teacher Robyn Sutton will use funding to create outdoor classroom
CTE month theme is “Celebrate Today, Own Tomorrow”
Parents and current 8th grade students encouraged to attend meeting on Thursday, February 2 at 6:00 pm in Monk Auditorium at JSCC
Leaundra Clay and Hunter Dansby are aspiring leaders
Mitchell Harper and Amanda Outlaw will develop and facilitate professional development alongside the university
Committee hears school system update and pray for schools
The 17th Annual Duplin County Celebration and MLK Day of Service sponsored by the Chi Iota Omega Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority honor the great visionary
Superintendent encourages sharing of progress and challenges
Three meetings include opportunity for reassurance, seek staff opinions, and provide chance to ask questions
Over 100 students volunteer to participate
Tony McKinzie, Alexis Mobley, Quanika Pearsall, and Tadarius Wallace represent their schools
Senior Jonisha McCoy’s milestone commemorated before last Friday’s game
Collaboration is first of its kind in the nation
Dedication, leadership, and commitment describe Board
Cross Country, Soccer, and Football Teams play at regional and state level
Six teachers earn grants to help students understand how food gets from the farm to the table
Twelve projects will be entered into the district fair
Students tour several area businesses and partner institutions
VFW Post 9810 sponsors the annual essay competition
East Duplin High School Beta Members share good tidings with residents of Autumn Village
Cadets from across the county competed for top honors
Students’ knowledge of multiplication facts on display during school contest
This is the Bulldogs' 3rd consecutive football state championship
Stanford-Duplin Extension and Community Association donates handmade hats to students at Kenansville Elementary School and Warsaw Elementary School
RHM students in Ms. Landyn Mannion's class learn valuable lessons about needs and wants with a culminating activity that has them all smiles!
Community volunteers assist with development of projects
Students paired for powerful learning
Third graders in Allison Peace’s classroom publish a hardcover book about their class pet
Jennyfer Canales, Kamila Castaneda, Kazaria Furlow, Rylee Pate, Madeline Swinson, and Carlie Vasquez represent their schools
Team works hard to maintain a safe environment conducive to learning
Wallace-Rose Hill High School's Football Team will play for the State Championship next Friday
Department earns full amount of funding allowable by the state
STEM Missions Lab and STEM Education highlighted in Energizing East
Company donates $5,000 to DCS in aftermath of Hurricane Matthew
Board re-elects Chairman Brent Davis and Vice-Chairman Reginald Kenan and welcomes newly elected member Claudius Morrisey
Kate Avila’s scholarship to attend the nation's oldest private military college is valued at $88,000
The 2nd annual event brought students, faculty and staff, parents, and community members together to raise money for and awareness of STEM
Program awards up to $20,000 toward a college savings plan
Both teams will play Friday night for the Eastern Championship title in their respective divisions
Students encouraged to live up to their elected titles and serve the school
Three teachers won over $3,100 in grants from Four County EMC
Students use the Engineering Design Process to build parachutes and more
Maynor Espinoza scored his 214th goal during the state championship game
EDHS and WRH football teams win in second round
Dads and male role models met last week at the school to learn how to become more involved in children's education
1st graders create Mayflower ships and present play
The NCHSAA State Championships were held Saturday
The “How Cool is Your School?” concert was a hit
EDHS, NDJS, and WRH football teams win in first round
The East Duplin High School students inspire everyone around them
Successful staffing leads to successful students
Kristen Fowler completes the NYC Marathon
EDHS, JKHS & NDJS football teams begin State Championship Playoffs
McDonald’s® owners and Johnston County Schools save the day for KES students
Students elect representatives
Ian Lamb and Mervin Quijano represent their schools
2nd grade students’ knowledge of weather enhanced by expert in the field
Students in all grades celebrate freedom and pay tribute to those who have served our nation
Twenty-one Duplin County School’s teachers will use funding to enhance instruction
“Urban” unit helps them relate to characters in novel and understand culture
WITN 7 spent the morning with EDHS who rolled out the "blue" carpet for the How Cool is Your School contest that may win the school a free concert
Nov. 16 also designated as Career Development Coordinator Day
Students, regardless of approved meal status, will receive free breakfast and lunch
Jones talks about weather, interacts with students, and becomes honorary Eagle
School has attained “Green Ribbon” status for PBIS Implementation
Fifth graders enjoy planning, planting, and harvesting
Duplin Early College High School earns spot in 100 Percent Club
EDHS JROTC Commander also awarded Legion of Valor
Efforts to spread love and compassion teach students invaluable lessons
Olivia Armstrong, Eduar Morales, Matthew Shivar, and Jonathon Wojcuich represent their schools
Fewer than 10% of JROTC units in the nation earn rating
Mr. Bowden has served Duplin County Schools for 54 years
James Kenan High School earns the highest cleanliness rating for schools in the county
Smith is a vital part of Student Support Services and the Education Foundation
Teachers, administrators, staff, students, and other volunteers help provide meals and necessities
Check out these photos from today's efforts.....and keep checking for updated photos!
Many unify to help those in need
Dr. Ben Matthews, NCDPI Director of Safe and Healthy Schools Support, shared his roles and responsibilities
Check out this video featuring Dontae Jones and RHM 5th Graders!
Pastor Paul Dean, Duplin Early College High School, and James Kenan High School are recognized
Career and Technical Education students learn about agendas and minutes
East Duplin High School and James Kenan High School were ejection-free in 2015-16
Benchmark assessments present challenging yet constant measurement of growth
3rd grade students get hands-on STEM learning opportunities
Leaders support and pray for school system
Hundreds of dads and students gathered to share a meal and start the new school year
Gift cards will be used to benefit students
Rose Hill-Magnolia Elementary School pays tribute to nation’s heroes
Training is designed to maximize student achievement
Superintendent Dr. Obasohan invites teams from each school to share challenges and needs
Six DCS teaching professionals participate in distinguished summer programs
The competition was held in conjunction with National College Colors Day
Foundation also honors former members for their contributions
Superintendent Dr. Austin Obasohan and Central Office Cabinet Members Ride Buses
The East Duplin High School Beta Club gears up for another great year
Excitement fills the air as teachers and staff welcome families back to school!
Community gathers together for children of Duplin County
School system partners with Vidant Health for second annual Wellness Fair
Loria Hall and Steven Williams are honored by the Transportation Department
The new flag is proudly displayed at the Central Office in Kenansville
GPS tracking systems and cell phones to replace outdated radio systems
Photo Gallery features DCS Convocation, Vidant Health Wellness Fair and Lunch
All parents and students are encouraged to attend Open House from 4-7PM
$5,000 in scholarships presented to EDHS graduates
Duplin is one of only twelve in state to earn recognition
We've added one last thing to your school supplies. (Don't worry, it's free.)
The North Carolina School Boards Association Hosts DCS for a customized law seminar and team building
Superintendent Dr. Austin Obasohan and students from across the county thank DCS staff members for all they do to support student success!
Funds will pay for Warsaw Elementary teacher Cynthia Reynolds to study at the Boston Museum of Science
DCS and Murphy-Brown Partnership teaches young people how pork is produced and gets from "farm to table."
Take a look at this video highlighting one facet of our educational transformation!
Farm Bureau Past President Dexter Edwards presents Superintendent Austin Obasohan with agriculturally themed books for DCS teachers and students
DCS educators share information and best practices with teachers from across the state
Beginnings and Beyond's Family Specialist Sonia Aponte receives the Expanded Food and Nutrition Education Program's Golden Star Award
In his Education Matters column for July, Superintendent Austin Obasohan discusses how education, specifically STEM education, is the road to prosperity.
Duplin Early College High School's Ericka Fountain and Brittani Mallard-Metts facilitated "Successfully Navigating Common Core Math 3" to colleagues from around the state.
Duplin County Schools held graduation exercises Saturday, June 14 and Monday, June 16.
KES's Jessica Field is one of 96 teachers selected to participate in Master Teacher Project
JKHS's Christy Debnam's article "School's Success; Student's Success" is featured on this month's cover.
Baccalaureate services were held to honor graduates of the Class of 2014
NDJS's Juan Carlos Bravo Martin is one of 450 outstanding teachers from across the state selected to serve.
"Diversified Duplin" County- specifically the "booming agricultural economy" and "impressive education system"- is featured in US Airways Magazine this month.
15 graduates also earn Associate Degrees from James Sprunt Community College
The Education Foundation's Students of the Month come from across the county!
Student Athletes are recognized for their outstanding accomplishments at the Duplin County Special Olympics
JKHS's J.W. Byrd, DECHS's Jocelyn Hunt, WRH's Shenece Ferguson and Reagan Page, and EDHS's Kacey Thigpen will represent Duplin County Schools this summer at Governor's School
EDHS's D'Andre Johnson, JKHS's NiGuawnya Mclean, and WRH's Modesty Obasohan have been admitted to the prestigious NCSSM
Zomille Mclean, a senior at James Kenan, will attend Winston Salem State University and will come back to teach in Duplin County!
Kay Cantrell recognized for earning National Board Certification
Students from across the county are named "Students of the Month"
Duplin County Schools & James Sprunt Community College Empower Parents
Tracy Mintz, Pamela Murray, and Janice Wynn complete a year-long program to build and enhance leadership effectiveness.
The Best of Both Worlds: Where Education & Technology Converge
KES Physical Education Teacher Kristen Fowler Completes the 118th Boston Marathon in just over 4 hours!
Over Spring Break the Duplin County Schools Website's makeover was completed and includes the new SUPERINTENDENT'S SUGGESTION BOX!
Over 1,000 college student leaders from all 50 states and over 80 countries representing over 270 colleges gather at Arizona State University for the 7th Annual CGI U
Wallace Elementary School students find fun with farming on a recent Friday
Duplin County Schools is proud to partner with North Carolina New Schools, a statewide public-private catalyst for education innovation.
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