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Please be aware, there has been a Special Called Meeting called for the Beaufort County Board of Education on Tuesday, June 12, 2017. You can access specific information detailing such by clicking here.
Please be aware, there has been a Special Called Meeting called for the Beaufort County Board of Education on Tuesday, June 12, 2017. You can access specific information detailing such by clicking here.
 
Now available, click here for Beaufort County Schools' Calendar for June.
Now available, click here for Beaufort County Schools' Calendar for June.
 
It should be noted before going any further that the law on teacher tenure was changed by the Legislature to eliminate "career status" or tenure.
It should be noted before going any further that the law on teacher tenure was changed by the Legislature to eliminate "career status" or tenure.
 
At their regular monthly meeting on November 25, 2013 the Beaufort County Board of Education heard a report from Superintendent Don Phipps as well as comments from Paul Varcoe during the Public Comment section of the agenda on the hotly debate issue of the "Common Core."
At their regular monthly meeting on November 25, 2013 the Beaufort County Board of Education heard a report from Superintendent Don Phipps as well as comments from Paul Varcoe during the Public Comment section of the agenda on the hotly debate issue of the "Common Core."
 
The Beaufort County Board of Educations, at its regular monthly meeting March 19, 2013 voted 7-1 to abandon its traditional standing committee system.
The Beaufort County Board of Educations, at its regular monthly meeting March 19, 2013 voted 7-1 to abandon its traditional standing committee system.
 
Kathryn Shepard was honored as Southside High School’s nominee to the Beaufort County Board of Education for the character trait of perseverance.
Kathryn Shepard was honored as Southside High School’s nominee to the Beaufort County Board of Education for the character trait of perseverance.
 
The Beaufort County Board of Education changed officers at its January 15, 2013 meeting. Cindy Winstead was elected chair, replacing Mac Hodges and Terry Williams was elected vice-chair to succeed Winstead who had been serving as vice chair.
The Beaufort County Board of Education changed officers at its January 15, 2013 meeting. Cindy Winstead was elected chair, replacing Mac Hodges and Terry Williams was elected vice-chair to succeed Winstead who had been serving as vice chair.
 
The people of Beaufort County were treated to an amazing scene in the reaction of some commissioners to a recent request from Dr. Don Phipps that the County fund a population study of the students in the school system.
The people of Beaufort County were treated to an amazing scene in the reaction of some commissioners to a recent request from Dr. Don Phipps that the County fund a population study of the students in the school system.
 
At that meeting, Beaufort County Commissioners: Hood Richardson and Stan Deatherage discussed the ongoing ramifications, with the Beaufort County Board of Education, of their construction of Northeast Elementary in Hell Swamp.
At that meeting, Beaufort County Commissioners: Hood Richardson and Stan Deatherage discussed the ongoing ramifications, with the Beaufort County Board of Education, of their construction of Northeast Elementary in Hell Swamp.
 
If a school board once discriminated against blacks in electing the board, does it still have to use race-based criteria even after there is no longer any discrimination?
If a school board once discriminated against blacks in electing the board, does it still have to use race-based criteria even after there is no longer any discrimination?
 
he Beaufort County Board of Education, meeting in its regular monthly meeting Tuesday (10-18-11) night vote 5-4 to adopt Alternate #1 as its redistricting plan for the next decade's electoral system.
he Beaufort County Board of Education, meeting in its regular monthly meeting Tuesday (10-18-11) night vote 5-4 to adopt Alternate #1 as its redistricting plan for the next decade's electoral system.
 
The Beaufort County Board of Education will hold a public hearing on Monday (10-17-11) at Washington High School auditorium to hear comments from the public on the proposed electoral districts for school board members.
The Beaufort County Board of Education will hold a public hearing on Monday (10-17-11) at Washington High School auditorium to hear comments from the public on the proposed electoral districts for school board members.
 
At the end of a grueling meeting the Beaufort County Board of Education elected Mac Hodges to be its new chairman and Cindy Winstead to replace Hodges as vice chair.
At the end of a grueling meeting the Beaufort County Board of Education elected Mac Hodges to be its new chairman and Cindy Winstead to replace Hodges as vice chair.
 
Robert Belcher has resigned his position as Chairman of the Beaufort County Board of Education but will remain on the board as the representative from his district.
Robert Belcher has resigned his position as Chairman of the Beaufort County Board of Education but will remain on the board as the representative from his district.
 
The Beaufort County School Board hopefully has finally gotten the message that there is a recession going on. In a rare move of frugality they voted Tuesday (5-17-11) night not to go all out in spending on a project to replace some football bleachers at Washington High School.
The Beaufort County School Board hopefully has finally gotten the message that there is a recession going on. In a rare move of frugality they voted Tuesday (5-17-11) night not to go all out in spending on a project to replace some football bleachers at Washington High School.
 
Back when we were in our teacher training program in college one of the assigned readings was a book entitled "The way it spozed to be."
 
Beaufort County is confronting a financial crisis much like what both the state and federal governments are facing, even if the numbers are not as large.
 
Thanks to the Beaufort Observer for these informative videos on the Beaufort County Taxpayer's largest expense.
 
At a time when most families and businesses in Beaufort County are having to cut back, the Beaufort County School Board wants to spend more, not less.
At a time when most families and businesses in Beaufort County are having to cut back, the Beaufort County School Board wants to spend more, not less.
 
I recently wrote a Teacher's Desk piece in which I said that there is little evidence that pre-school programs have much of a lasting effect on the success of students in later years.
I recently wrote a Teacher's Desk piece in which I said that there is little evidence that pre-school programs have much of a lasting effect on the success of students in later years.
 
The School Board says it will lose $1,773,488 if the state cuts 5% and $3,207,841 if they cut state appropriations by 10%. They are hoping the County Commissioners will pick up most of those cuts.
The School Board says it will lose $1,773,488 if the state cuts 5% and $3,207,841 if they cut state appropriations by 10%. They are hoping the County Commissioners will pick up most of those cuts.
 
The answer is "no" and they take valuable resources from programs that do make a long term difference and many for less money. So why do we keep funding them?
 
There's a lot of talk these days about teachers. More specifically, what kind of compensation should teachers receive and whether they should receive "tenure."
There's a lot of talk these days about teachers. More specifically, what kind of compensation should teachers receive and whether they should receive "tenure."
 
Should North Carolina remove the cap now existing on the number of public charter schools in the state?
 
Relative to other nations, the United States slipped further down the list in the latest results of the Program for International Student Assessment (PISA).
Relative to other nations, the United States slipped further down the list in the latest results of the Program for International Student Assessment (PISA).
 
The Beaufort County Board of Education, meeting in its regular monthly meeting announced a change in its practice of releasing personnel information to the public.
The Beaufort County Board of Education, meeting in its regular monthly meeting announced a change in its practice of releasing personnel information to the public.
 
On top of all that Beaufort County is about out of money, and facing a crisis with its hospital. The 5 member liberal voting block on the County Commission has been spending more than it has taken in.
On top of all that Beaufort County is about out of money, and facing a crisis with its hospital. The 5 member liberal voting block on the County Commission has been spending more than it has taken in.
 
he Beaufort County Board of Education came up on the wrong side of another legal issue this week.
 
Suspended N. C. students can go unschooled. It was a story on the NC Supreme Court's rulings in two cases that came from Beaufort County.
Suspended N. C. students can go unschooled. It was a story on the NC Supreme Court's rulings in two cases that came from Beaufort County.
 
There were no (zero) upset citizens protesting the new sex ed. curriculum when the School Board adopted the program last week. Chalk one up for the new superintendent, Dr. Don Phipps.
There were no (zero) upset citizens protesting the new sex ed. curriculum when the School Board adopted the program last week. Chalk one up for the new superintendent, Dr. Don Phipps.
 
Meeting in its regular monthly meeting on September 21, 2010 the Beaufort County Board of Education gave approval for a rather unique "fundraiser" at John Cotton Tayloe School.
Meeting in its regular monthly meeting on September 21, 2010 the Beaufort County Board of Education gave approval for a rather unique "fundraiser" at John Cotton Tayloe School.
 
The Beaufort County Board of Education met in its regular monthly meeting Monday (7-26-10).
 
We may just have an excellent superintendent. It's too soon to declare that so, but we need to give him every chance in the world to make us the best.
We may just have an excellent superintendent. It's too soon to declare that so, but we need to give him every chance in the world to make us the best.
 
The Beaufort County Board of Education, meeting in a special "workshop" session Friday (7-23-10) focused its discussion on next year's (FY11) capital outlay budget
The Beaufort County Board of Education, meeting in a special "workshop" session Friday (7-23-10) focused its discussion on next year's (FY11) capital outlay budget
 
We have received several inquires about the reported resignation of a teacher at Washington High School. Specifically we have been asked why we have not reported on it.
We have received several inquires about the reported resignation of a teacher at Washington High School. Specifically we have been asked why we have not reported on it.
 
Most people in Beaufort County do not know it, but the Beaufort County Board of Education has created a huge mess with the way it deals with personnel.
Most people in Beaufort County do not know it, but the Beaufort County Board of Education has created a huge mess with the way it deals with personnel.
 
North Carolina law, good judgement and common sense says that the public's business should be conducted in public.
 
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