October 7-13 is Faith-Based Community Appreciation Week
Thank You Faith-Based Community!
The valued partnership with the Faith-Based Community will be recognized as Duplin County Schools celebrate “Faith-Based Community Appreciation Week” October 7-13. These leaders continue to meet regularly throughout the year and participate in various school system events to offer prayer and support.
“Our Faith-Based Community plays a vital role in supporting and lifting up our schools and communities. We are truly blessed to have these amazing leaders serving our school system and nothing will ever get in the way of our Faith-Based partnership, said Superintendent Dr. Obasohan. We are so thankful for your prayers, your presence, your sacrifices and everything that you do to support the needs of our entire school family, especially our students and staff.”
Duplin County Schools
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Duplin County Schools
P.O. Box 128 315 N. Main St.
Kenansville, NC 28349
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