Our community partnerships mean so much to us! These special relationships make a significant impact in the lives of so many of our students.
On the 1st day of school, our military service men from USMC Air Station – Cherry Point, NCtook time out of their day to welcome our students back to school at WJ Gurganus Elementary.
Thank you for being there for our future leaders! You made a lasting impression that will not be forgotten.
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PAYFORIT…the online service to add money onto your child’s lunch account. You will need your child’s PowerSchool Number to create an account and visitpayforit.net to learn more. This service is neither owned nor operated by Craven County Schools.
PayForIt does charge a transaction fee. All transactions are between the customer and Data Business Systems/PayForIt. Parents and guardians may still deposit cash or checks with their cafeteria staff.
The Yellow Brick Road was lined with excitement as students, parents, and grandparents cheered for all. Thank you for making the staff feel so loved~your gave them your heart, and now they have the courage and the wisdom to follow the path to success for the 15-16 school year!
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Congratulations to Gretchen Wilson, Director of Child Nutrition (far right) for showing off her creative side! She, along with fellow NC SNA (School Nutrition Association) past presidents, placed 3rd in the PRODUCE ART CHALLENGE at the state conference last month. Way to get in all your fruit & veggies.
HIGH FIVE to BRIDGETON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL for collecting 4,300 books for their students through the GIVE FIVE READ FIVE state program.
A special thank you to the parents, businesses, volunteers, churches, and staff who contributed in helping Bridgeton Elementary School reach 13th overall in the state for total number of books collected.
Due to your efforts, students won’t have to spend the summer without books to read and they will have books at home to help them maintain literacy skills during summer break.