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Welcome to Hyde County Schools!
Certified Vision Screeners at MECHS
Health Occupation Class at MECHS Certified as Vision Screeners
 
Ms. Nikki Williams’s Health Occupation Class went through proper training and was entirely certified as Vision Screeners. They attended one of the board meetings to discuss the process of certification and also to share their newly-gained expertise.

                                

                                    
Ocracoke Overnight 4th Grade Field Trip

     

Ocracoke travels around Virginia and North Carolina
Fourth grade teachers and students at Ocracoke School attended the last board meeting to retell, very wittingly, their fascinating stories about their overnight field trip to Colonial Williamsburg, New Bern and Raleigh.
Retirement Recognitions
Hyde County Schools Recognizing Retirees
 


Mr. Charles Ray Spencer retiring from the position of Agriculture Education Teacher at Mattamuskeet Early College High School after 39 years and 10 months of dedicated service. 



Mr. Larry Midgette retiring from his position of Head Custodian at Mattamuskeet Early College High School after 16 years and 10 months of dedicated service. 

 
Professional Development
  

One on One Professional Development: Peer to Peer Teachers with Abbey Futrell
Ocracoke School
March 23,2016
Golden Leaf Grant
Professional Development 1:1 Implementation / Peer to Peer Training

Check the video below:
https://s.real.com/iDHQEa

 
 
ECU Career Fair


Mattamuskeet Early College High School and Ocracoke School Representing Hyde County Schools at the East Carolina University College of Education Career Fair
March 2nd, 2016
Golden Leaf Foundation Grant Award

GOLDEN LEAF FOUNDATION $200,000 GRANT AWARD PRESENTATION
Hyde County Board Of Education
Hyde County Schools Chromebook 1:1 Initiative
 
 Golden LEAF Foundation President, Dan Gerlach, presented the Hyde County Board of Education with an award check in the amount of $200,000 on Wednesday, October 21st at 3:00 pm in the Information Highway Room at Mattamuskeet Early College High School in Swan Quarter, NC.
 
The Golden LEAF grant award supports the implementation of the Hyde County Schools 1:1 Chromebook Initiative.  This innovative initiative provides personal technology to every Hyde County Schools middle, high school and early college student in grades 6-13 enrolled at Mattamuskeet Early College High School in Swan Quarter, NC and Ocracoke School located on Ocracoke Island. The Golden LEAF award also generously supports state-of-the-art professional development in digital learning to all Hyde County Schools teachers working with grades 6-13 students.
HCS Recognition for Outstanding Graduation Rate


Recognition for Hyde County Schools
 
Hyde County Schools' Superintendent Dr. Randolph Latimore, Sr. and Director of Instruction Dr. Todd Blumenreich accepted an award from NC State Superintendent Dr. June Atkinson for being among the top ten school districts in the state with the highest graduation rate for the 2014/2015 school year. The graduation rate for the 2014/2015 school year was 94.7%, the second highest in the state.
 
New School Bus Crossing Procedures

Please Review Video Above for New School Bus Crossing Procedures Effective January 2016
Hyde County Schools Implementation Date: December 1st, 2015

 
Ocracoke School Recognition


Ocracoke School: An Education Like No Other! by EdNC

 
Please click here to view an article and video recognizing Ocracoke School's A grading by the North Carolina General Assembly. 
 
HCS TOY 2015-2016

Hyde County School Teacher of The Year
 
We are pleased to announce our Hyde County Teacher of the Year. The selection panel was deeply impressed with our individual candidates:
From Mattamuskeet Elementary School - Ms. Paige Smith
From Ocracoke School - Ms. Leslie Cole
From Mattamuskeet Early College High School - Ms. Patricia Scripture
 
The panel also noted the candidates' collective expertise, enthusiasm, desires to excel and to assist others. We congratulate all candidates on an honor and job well done.
 
Our Hyde County Teacher of the Year is Ms. Paige Smith of Mattamuskeet Elementary School; she is an outspoken advocate for students, teachers and Hyde County Schools, combining an ability to reach students and a desire to serve others every day. Mrs. Smith is the daughter of the Shirlyn and the former Herbert Brickhouse.  She graduated from Mattamuskeet High School in 1988, then pursued a bachelor’s degree in elementary education,  graduating in 1997after her internship at Bath Elementary she. She began her teaching career at Davis Elementary School In Hyde County. When Davis and O.A. Peay merged for the 1999-2000 school year Mrs. Smith was transferred to Mattamuskeet Elementary School. In 2003 she received her master’s degree from ECU in Elementary Education, later receiving her National Board Certification in 2006. During her tenure with Hyde County Schools Mrs. Smith has served as a teacher, coach, mentor, and is currently supervising student teachers, also participating in the Governors Teacher Network. Mrs. Smith makes her home in Fairfield with her Husband Daryl Smith and her daughter Heather Smith who will be a 4th grader at MES this year.

Again, congratulations to one and all on a job well done. We truly appreciate your service to the students and parents of Hyde County.
 
WNCT Student Athlete of the Week





Mattamuskeet Early College High School Student Athlete Honored by WNCT

Stephon is the quiet leader of this team. Mattamuskeet is coming off its first win in over three years after a 43-8 win over Cape Hatteras. The team thrives off of Stephon, He had a total 254 yards with two touchdown catches and 1 kickoff return for a touchdown. Stephon has a contagious smile on his face at all times. He leads by example not words, the team feeds off his exploits on the field and in the classroom. He flashes a smile to not only students but to teachers as well each and every day. His attitude reminds you why we teach and coach these kids. Stephon is the definition of a student athlete!
Retirement Recognitions
Hyde County Schools Recognizing Retirees


Claudette McClaud
31 years of Service



Melvin Blount
33 Years of Service


Thomas Midgette
29 Years of Service


Sharon Burris-Slade
35 Years of Service

 
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