MOREHEAD CITY — As fall semester begins at Carteret Community College, officials are looking to repair the eroding campus shoreline that sustained major damage during Hurricane Florence.
MOREHEAD CITY — Although legislators and the governor are late on agreeing on a state budget, county teachers were on time Wednesday as they reported for the 2019-20 academic year.
MOREHEAD CITY — Holding welcome signs, Carteret Community College faculty and staff stood in front of campus buildings greeting students Wednesday for the opening day of the 2019 fall semester.
MOREHEAD CITY — Amber Chesley, a single mother of three school-age children, was among hundreds of county residents who waited Wednesday to pick up free school supplies at Parkview Baptist Church during the Stuff the Bus school supply distribution.
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MOREHEAD CITY — Wednesday is the main Stuff the Bus distribution day. If children attend one of the Carteret County public schools and need assistance in getting book bags and school supplies, go to Parkview Baptist Church in Morehead City from 8-11 a.m. Wednesday.
MOREHEAD CITY — After winning a hard-fought battle to keep their school open for the 2019-20 academic year, Marine Science and Technologies Early College High School students head to their first day of classes Wednesday.
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MOREHEAD CITY — The annual Stuff the Bus school supply drive will be Friday through Sunday, Aug. 4, and community members are urged to donate items to be distributed to students with financial needs.
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BEAUFORT — While a petition to save the Marine Science & Technologies early college high school is circulating, county school officials have scheduled a series of meetings to consider the school’s closure.
BEAUFORT — Tempers flared at county commissioners’ Monday evening meeting at the administration building on Court House Square as residents expressed concerns about the Marine Science and Technologies Early College High School’s closure.
ATLANTIC BEACH — Noble Short, 12, a rising seventh-grader at Broad Creek Middle School, is interested in becoming a firefighter.
BEAUFORT — A County Board of Education committee assigned the task of studying and beginning the closure process for the Marine Science and Technologies Early College High School kicked off its work Tuesday.
A committee consisting of the Carteret County Board of Education curriculum, finance and technology work group will meet Tuesday at 2 p.m. to consider and commence action on the steps necessary under the North Carolina state statute(s) for school closure relating to the Marine Science and Te…
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BEAUFORT — County commissioners, in a 6-1 vote with Commissioner Bob Cavanaugh dissenting, agreed Monday to fund school resource officers for schools in Newport and Morehead City if matching state funds come through.
BEAUFORT — As a packed room of upset parents, students and supporters listened, the County Board of Education voted 4-3 Thursday to close the Marine Science and Technologies Early College High School.
BEAUFORT — The Carteret County Board of Education votes 4-3 Thursday afternoon in a special meeting to close the Marine Science and Technologies Early College High School.
CARTERET COUNTY — The county’s Marine Science and Technologies Early College High School sustained another financial blow Monday evening when county commissioners voted 5-2, with commissioners Robin Comer and Jimmy Farrington dissenting, to reassign MaST funding to other county school expenditures.
MOREHEAD CITY — Nearly 200 parents, students and supporters of the Marine Science and Technologies Early College High School packed the school system central office Tuesday to appeal to the County Board of Education to fight for continued funding for the school.
BEAUFORT — Ann Street United Methodist Church Preschool students who graduated Wednesday weren’t the only ones ending their time at the school.
MOREHEAD CITY — County school officials and Marine Science and Technologies Early College High School parents are worried state funding for the school could be pulled, which could lead to the facility closing after finishing its first year.
MOREHEAD CITY — County public school students will close the books this week on the 2018-19 academic year.