C.S. Brown STEM News
CS Brown Sophomores and Sophomore Parents,
Please see the information below about the English II EOC. Because the state will be recalibrating the exam this school year, so students will complete the exam and receive delayed feedback on their performance. As a result, English II final grades will be based on the average of the students' two nine weeks grades.
Millennium entered a Business plan competition through Virtual Enterprise International. There are roughly 60 Virtual Enterprise Programs in North Carolina. Millennium placed 4th in the state during this business competition held at Wake Tech Community College. Being the youngest and also smallest company at the event, totalling just 5 students, Virtual Enterprise is a virtual class facilitated by Mrs. Daphne Lee, where students run a virtual business. VE teaches students how to function and run a business in the real world.
On Friday, 2/1/2019, all CS Brown STEM students gathered to celebrate the VE class' success. Mark Jones, head of Virtual Enterprise in NC, came to announce that all expenses for CS Brown to attend the national competition in NYC will be covered by sponsors. VE is proud of this new program's success, just as all at CS Brown are!
The Millennium Staff:
Torryan Lassiter, CEO
Trenton Simmons, CFO
Keyshawn Lassiter, IT Management
Brianna Howard, Sales & Marketing
Cameron Lassiter, Human Resources
Daphne Lee, Facilitator
Bobbie Jones, Principal
Katrina Futrell, CTE Director
Happening in Hertford
If you are interested in volunteering at any of Hertford County Public Schools, please contact the school's principal to schedule a face-to-face conference, as well as complete the volunteer application. Failure to do so will result in you not being approved.