Kitchen tables and living rooms across the county have turned into virtual classrooms as public school students and teachers adjust to working online from home.
CARTERET COUNTY — In a special meeting held via conference call Tuesday, the Carteret County Board of Commissioners approved a series of capital project requests for the school system to carry out while students are out of the classroom until at least Friday, May 15.
MOREHEAD CITY — With the March 18 announcement Carteret Community College President Dr. John Hauser is resigning effective Friday, May 8, college trustees held a special meeting Wednesday to discuss their next steps.
MOREHEAD CITY — The Carteret Community College Foundation is restructuring a loan and taking out a second one to help with construction costs for the new Hospitality and Culinary Arts building, set to open this fall on the CCC campus.
MOREHEAD CITY — Carteret Community College President Dr. John Hauser announced Thursday morning that due to coronavirus safety precautions, the college will extend online instruction through Friday, April 17.
MOREHEAD CITY — Carteret Community College will soon be able to repair its shoreline damaged during Hurricane Florence thanks to a $812,555 grant received from the National Oceanographic and Atmospheric Administration/National Fish and Wildlife Foundation Emergency Coastal Resilience Fund.
BEAUFORT — During a YouTube electronic conference Monday, the County Board of Education adopted a $3.7 million county capital request and and $25.5 million operations request for 2020-21.
MOREHEAD CITY — The Carteret Community College Board of Trustees will hold a special meeting at 4 p.m. Wednesday in Wayne West classroom 322.
RALEIGH (AP) — North Carolina Gov. Roy Cooper announced Monday tighter assembly and business restrictions in an attempt to dull the spread of the new coronavirus, including the extended shuttering of K-12 schools until mid-May.
RALEIGH (AP) — North Carolina's education board agreed Monday to seek an exception to federal K-12 testing and accountability requirements this year as public schools entered another week being shuttered in response to the new coronavirus.
MOREHEAD CITY — St. Egbert Catholic School fourth-grade teacher Kevin Foster sat in an empty classroom Thursday as he prepared lesson plans for his students, who have been completing classwork at home since North Carolina schools closed Monday as a coronavirus precautionary measure.
This article was updated at 10:50 a.m. Friday, March 20, 2020, with more information.
MOREHEAD CITY — Carteret Community College student Temmi Raynor was among hundreds of students and faculty rushing to make last minute preparations for the closure of the campus Monday due to coronavirus protective measures.
BEAUFORT — It was an assembly line of school buses and child nutrition workers Wednesday at Beaufort Middle School as employees loaded school lunches to deliver to students in the area.
Editor's note: The plan for serving meals via the Carteret County school system has changed since this article went live, for the latest plans, read this story.
Editor's note: As of Saturday afternoon, North Carolina Gov. Roy Cooper has ordered all K-12 public schools closed for two weeks to prevent the spread of the coronavirus.
MOREHEAD CITY — Addition of personnel due to the completion of two new buildings, as well as renovations are included in the 2020-21 county budget request adopted Tuesday by the Carteret Community College Board of Trustees.
NEWPORT — While many college students spent spring break relaxing, a group of students from various colleges spent this week doing service projects in Carteret County.
BEAUFORT — The County Board of Elections approved six more ballots in the March 3 primaries, inching closer to wrapping up the election.
BEAUFORT — County school officials and commissioners are looking at a bond referendum in November to help meet up to $59.25 million in capital needs and build a new school in the western end of the county to relieve overcrowding at White Oak Elementary School.
Students sit in a crowded classroom in January at White Oak Elementary School. County commissioners and school officials are considering a $59.25 million bond referendum that would build a new school to relieve overcrowding in the western end of the county and meet other school system capita…
MOREHEAD CITY — West Carteret High School senior Sarah Grace Prosser has been awarded the Morehead-Cain Scholarship to the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill for the class of 2024.
CARTERET COUNTY — There was a significant decrease in the county school system’s dropout rate and a slight decrease in students suspended from school in 2018-19 compared to the previous year, according to a consolidated data report released Thursday by the N.C. Department of Public Instruction.