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Mattamuskeet School Campus on a Two-Hour Delay on Tuesday. January 17th, Due to Regulator Replacement on Piedmont Gas Supply Line. 
 
New Procedures for Volunteers

MATTAMUSKEET CAMPUS NEWS ANNOUNCEMENT

IMPORTANT NEWS FOR ALL VOLUNTEERS
 
Hyde County Schools has implemented new procedures that require all volunteers to have a criminal background check.  From this point forward, all new volunteers must visit:  
   
to authorize a criminal background check.  Upon a successful check of your criminal history, you will be issued a “Volunteer ID Card” and your name will be added to the Approved Volunteer List. Serving as a volunteer will be only at the approval of the building principal. You will need this ID card on you whenever volunteering. The card is valid for three years, at which time you must request that it be renewed.
 
Volunteers that have been approved prior to January 4, 2016 will be contacted at the beginning of the 2017-18 school year to complete this process if they wish to continue as a volunteer.
 
 If you have any questions: please contact me by email at lfulford@hyde.k12.nc.us or call my office at (252) 926-0221 ext. 3308 for more information.
Linda Fulford
Parent Coordinator
HCS Dropout Prevention Video


United States Department of Education Highlights the Work of Hyde County Schools t
hrough Rural Dropout Prevention Project
 
This project was a component of the High School Graduation Initiative sponsored by the U. S. Department of Education. North Carolina places a strong emphasis on ensuring all its students graduate prepared for college and career by providing personalized educational opportunities, both within and outside of the its alternative education programs, to ensure all students have the supports they need to graduate. This video highlights rural districts that use the personalized learning approach to respond to the needs of the student. It shows the diversity of learning opportunities available, how these offerings are identified and incorporated into education plans, and the ways in which they are addressing the individual needs of the academically at risk students in rural North Carolina.

To watch the piece recorded in NC, please click here. (Piece on HCS starts on minute mark 6:38)

To watch the multi-state video or access videos from other states, please click here
Interested in Becoming a Substitute?


Online Substitute Teacher Certification

 
The Hyde County School System is mainstreaming the process to recruit substitute teachers by offering the needed certification online through the services of the Western Region Education Service Alliance. The cost is $45 and it is self-paced. Therefore, participants can take as much time as needed to complete the course requirement and become a certified substitute teacher. If you are interested in this opportunity, please click on this link https://wresa.org/ and click on the tab Online: Substitute 101 to access more information and to register. 
No School MLK Holiday


School will be closed on Monday, January 16, 2017 for Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day. We will see you tomorrow Tuesday, January 17, 2017. 
MES Parent Conference Day

will be held on Tuesday, January 31, 2017 from 3:00 - 7:00 PM
If you need more information, please contact the school at 252-926-0240
Early Release


School will dismiss at 12:30 for an Early Release Day on Friday, January 27, 2017.
 
Laker Wednesday

LAKER WEDNESDAY
Please come and enjoy some time with your child. Make plans to visit the classroom and/or enjoy lunch with your child on January 18, 2017.


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