Student Support Services

Information on Driver’s Education

Craven County Schools offers Driver’s Education throughout the school year and summer. Driver Education classes are available for any student that is 14 years and 6 months old.

Students that are homeschooled or enrolled in a charter or private schools are eligible to take Driver Education classes through Craven County Schools.  Driver Education classes are taught after school, and during the summer and major holidays.  Please check with your high school regarding class schedules or go to


There is a fee of $45 for the class but you may be eligible for a fee waiver if you qualify for free or reduced lunch status.  If you are eligible for the fee waiver, complete the form and turn it in to the person that collects the fee money.

Fee Waiver form

Please see the link below for Jordan Driving School for additional information including the schedules for Driver’s Education classes.

For additional questions regarding Driver’s Education, contact your high school and speak with the Driver’s Education Coordinator or call Debbie Hodges, Director of Student Support Services at 252 514-6341.

Social workers

Craven County Schools has three social workers that are available to assist schools and families.  Please click below for the listing of school social workers, contact information and assigned schools.

Social Worker website

Military Liaison Counselor

The Military Liaison Counselor for Craven County Schools is Valerie Nasser.  She can be reached at 252 444-7209.

Homebound Education

Refer to Health Services

Homeless Education Program

Families that lack a fixed, regular and adequate nighttime residence may qualify for special services.  If you or a family that you know are currently living in a motel, shelter, doubling up with others due to economic hardship, or have other similar living situations, please contact the school counselor at the school where the child attends or the district homeless liaison, Debbie Hodges, at 252 514-6341.

Information for Homeless School Aged Youth

Information for Homeless Parents 



School Health Advisory Council (SHAC)

Craven County Schools has a School Health Advisory Council to help plan, implement, and monitor the Healthy Active Children policy as well as other health issues as part of the coordinated school health plan.

The local School Health Advisory Council is composed of community and school representatives from the eight areas of a coordinated school health program.

Any community person who wishes to be a part of the School Health Advisory Council should contact Debbie Hodges, Director of Student Support Services at (252) 514-6341.

The priorities for the 2016-17 school year are:

1. Safe School Environment
2. Physical Activity
3. Health Education
4. Health Services
5. Nutrition