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  • Read the Latest CS Brown Library Lessons

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  • 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. 

    Information on English II Grade Calculation

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  • June 6, 2019

    Hot Off the Presses!

    CS Brown's Virtual Enterprise students journeyed to New York for the international summit. CLICK HERE to seee their story in a short video. The CS Brown Faculty & Staff are proud of these students and their accomplishments. They made us all proud.


     

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  • 01/30/2019
    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

    Triumphant VE Students at CSB

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  • On Thursday, May 10, 2018, CS Brown High School--STEM honored its high-flying students with a ceremony that saw the induction of the newest members of its Beta Club Chapter, the installation of new officers for its award-winning HOSA Chapter, and the bestowal of honors for academic success in the third quarter. 

    Jaiona HOSA  Marcus HOSA  Antoine HOSA Torryan HOSA Ashton HOSA Brianna HOSA Jaylen HOSA Montserrat HOSA Brianna HOSA Keara HOSA India HOSA Virginia HOSA Aniya HOSA Chloe HOSA Morgan HOSA Sanai HOSA  K Hall Beta Pin Broadnax HOSA Fitzhugh HOSA Christion HOSA Totten HOSA Caitlyn HOSA Yaneli HOSA Joseph HOSA Mya HOSA Cynthia HOSA Tia HOSA Radasia HOSA Deivon HOSA Brianna HOSA Keivon HOSA Group HOSA Wiggins BETA Group BETA Kenton BETA

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  • Survey

    We are considering making changes to our dress code policy at C.S. Brown High School STEM. Please respond to the following survey as to your level of support for the new dress code policy.

     

      Please click to respond to the survey

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Happening in Hertford

Board Spotlight

  • Gold Bell Award

    The Gold Bell Award was presented by Superintendent Wright to the members of the Hertford County Board of Education during the October 2019 regular scheduled board meeting for Whole-Board Training Excellence and Committment during the 2017-2018 NCSBA Academy Year from the North Carolina School Boards Association Academy of School Boardsmanship.

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  • October 2019 STARS AWARD

    The school with the highest student attendance percentage for October 2019 is Early College High School with an attendance rate of 97.00%. Mr. David Shields, Board Chair, presented Interim Principal, Ms. Nora Artis with a certificate and the monthly trophy. The Stars Award was developed to improve our students attendance in order to impact their educational performance. Each school will continue to communicate to students and their families that good attendance does help to improve students performance in school.

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  • September 2019 STARS AWARD

    The school with the highest student attendance percentage for September 2019 is Early College High School with an attendance rate of 97.91%. Dr. James Shearn, Board Member, presented Interim Principal, Ms. Nora Artis with a certificate and the monthly trophy. The Stars Award was developed to improve our students attendance in order to impact their educational performance. Each school will continue to communicate to students and their families that good attendance does help to improve students performance in school.

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  • 20 Years of Service

    Congratulations to Lt. Benjamin Williams for 20 Years of Service to Hertford County Public Schools as a School Resource Officer! The North Carolina Association of School Resource Officers (NCASRO) provides a supportive and educational network to the School Resource Officers in North Carolina and beyond, with the common goal of protecting every child so they can reach their fullest potential in a safe learning environment. NCASRO is a non-profit organization that helps put the needed tools in hands of today’s SROs. SROs work to reduce school violence by enforcing violations of the law occurring on school property, by informing students of the dangers of substance abuse, by introducing programs that will enhance acceptable social behavior, and by serving as positive role models.

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  • Top 25% in LEA

    Teachers who are in the top 25% of teachers in the state according to the EVAAS student growth index score for 4th and 5th grade reading or 4th to 8th grade math from the previous year.

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  • CTE Industry Certification or Credential-Daphne Lee, CSBHS

    CTE teachers who provided instruction in a course that led to the attainment of an industry certification or credential.

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  • WALMART of Ahoskie

    WALMART has a strong history of partnering with Hertford County Public Schools. Walmart believes in operating globally and giving back locally – creating impact in the neighborhoods where we live and work. We thank Walmart for their contributions, support and for being “All In” For Learning”!

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  • NUCOR-Hertford

    NUCOR has a strong history of partnering with Hertford County Public Schools. Education is of vital importance to the lifelong learning abilities of our students and staff. We thank NUCOR for their contributions, support and for being "All In For Learning"!

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  • Coach Simmons of Hertford County High School

    Received the North Carolina High School Athletic Association (NCHSAA) 2018 Region 1 Special Person Award at the Heart Center at East Carolina University Vidant.

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  • VIDANT Roanoke Chowan Hospital

    Vidant Roanoke-Chowan Hospital has a strong history of partnering with Hertford County Public Schools to support health and wellness education and worksite wellness.

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