PCHS Participates in VIP for a VIP program
On Tuesday, April 22nd, PCHS partnered with local emergency service
agencies to present the "VIP for a VIP" program. The VIP for a VIP
(Vehicle Injury Prevention for a Very Important Person) program consists
of testimony from area emergency services, video, and Powerpoint
presentations in the school auditorium followed by an outside
reenactment of a fatal teen accident in the parking lot. Students and
parents are encouraged to complete and return the "VIP Contract for
Life" which asks the student to adhere to safe driving, a zero tolerance
for drugs and alcohol, and calling the parent before driving impaired.
The parent is asked to respond respectfully to assure the student gets
A Note from the PCHS School Improvement Team:
Our School Improvement Team meetings will be held at PCHS in room 302 .
The team will meet on the fourth Tuesday of each month with the exception of the
first meeting this school year, and the December and April meetings. The schedule
of dates follows below. All meetings will start at 3:15. The agenda for each meeting
will be posted on the high school website at least seven days in advance of the
Class rings will be delivered during lunch time on December 3rd. Anyone who has previously paid or pays on December 3rd will be able to receive his/her ring at that time.
PCHS Receives Recognition for Graduation Rate
Pamlico County Schools receives award for a graduation rate of 92.9 which is the third highest in the NC!
to R...Reggie Hawkins (BOE chair), Dr. June Atkinson (State
Superintendent), Dr Wanda Dawson (Pamlico County Schools
Superintendent), Lisa Jackson (Principal, PCHS), Henry Rice (Director of
SIT COMMITTEE MEETING CHANGE
The PCHS SIT Committee will meet on Monday, October 28th from 10-12 am.