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Public Schools of Robeson County

Character Education Word of the Week

  • Perseverance - Is the ability  and self-control that pushes you to work through challenges.

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  • Public Schools of Robeson County Hiring Freeze Ends

    It is essential for the success of our students to have highly qualified, effective teachers in all classrooms. The Public Schools of Robeson County has lifted its hiring freeze. As of January 23, the district had 52 teacher vacancies. Of that number, 31 are being filled by long-term substitute teachers who are appreciated for their dedication and the work they are doing. Schools are also employing a variety of methods to cope day-to-day.

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  • Comment from Superintendent Wooten about software error which caused issues across NC

    A software error caused some students around North Carolina to receive incorrect end-of-term grades this school year and the impact to some students in Southeastern North Carolina is unknown. The Department of Public Instruction news release said the error comes from a change this school year in grade calculation methods in PowerSchool software. The error could have affected as many as 109 school districts and 59 charter schools.

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  • NC Governor Returns Rare Artifacts to IEA Museum

    This week, N.C. Governor Roy Cooper visited the Public Schools of Robeson County's Indian Education Resource Center to see the recovery efforts and return two restored artifacts. During his tour, Cooper delivered a drum and a priceless scout vest, which belonged to the legendary Boy Scout Leader Walter Pinchbeck. Pinchbeck, a Cree Indian, has been credited with introducing more American Indian boys into scouting than any other individual.

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