SCHOOL OPENING - WEDNESDAY, OCT 19
Attention NECP Families!
After much consideration, I am excited to welcome our Husky students back to school tomorrow, Wednesday, October 19.
We will operate on a normal schedule, and all bus routes will operate as usual EXECPT for the Princeville and Conetoe routes.
A bus will stop at the Conetoe store (Hwy 42 and 64 Alt) at 6:00 am tomorrow.
A bus will stop at the front entrance of the Tarboro shelters (Martin Millennium and El Faro Church) at approximately 7:10 am.
Also, any students currently staying in hotels should message me through Facebook or at email@example.com
I am excited to get our kids back on campus, but I ask for flexibility and understanding as we work through these challenges together.
Hurricane Matthew Impact Assessment
While I have made contact with many of our NECP families effected by Hurricane Matthew, I realize there are many others whom I have not heard from this week. In an attempt to streamline communications and ensure that every family affected by this storm feels loved and supported in the days and weeks to come, I am asking that affected families complete the attached NECP Hurricane Matthew Impact Assessment form.
The Husky Cafe
From the Board of Directors
The NECP Board of Directors currently has three (3) vacant seats. We are seeking candidates to fill those positions. Board members are volunteers, who serve as the guardians of NECP’s mission and strategic vision, as well as the guarantors of NECP’s responsiveness to the needs of the community. Members serve as ambassadors of the school to ensure its strong connection to the community and are fiduciaries for NECP’s financial integrity and sustainability.
While we accept members from all professionals, we are currently seeking those with educational, financial, and legal backgrounds. If you are interested, please complete the Board of Directors Candidate application and email it along with your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org.
SPECIAL NOTE: Parents are now welcome to apply!
From the Executive Director
As the Executive Director of North East Carolina Prep School, I believe that rewards in education should come from the individual success of our students. Educators have the power to make a significant difference in young people’s lives, both in academic achievement and in personal growth. While public education is a challenging career, with the correct commitment, attitude, sacrifice, and time, these challenges become fun.
My vision for NECP is based upon the involvement and the collaboration of our Husky parents, staff, and students. Together, we will work as a team to establish a school community where all stakeholders feel valued and respected. I plan to hold school assemblies, pep rallies, and public recognition ceremonies often to honor our staff and students and to boost moral. Student achievement and academic growth are fundamental to my vision. I am committed to seeing every student improve in their academic courses and to show steady growth in all areas of instruction.
My motto is to “just do it”…do what is needed to get the job done. If that means tutoring after school, conferencing with parents, or offering additional support to my staff, then that is what I will do in order to see our students and our school succeed. All necessary steps will be taken to ensure that students feel safe on our campus and that concerns are heard and addressed in an appropriate time-frame. I demand respect from our students, but, in return I will also show them respect. I am a very hands on leader and will be seen in the classrooms, hallways, lunch room, and even outside on a regular basis. I shake student’s hands, look them in the eye when I greet them, and have a smile on my face all day. I offer no excuse for my commitment to excellence, and I challenge each member of our Husky Family to “just do it”, also.
By working together, we will make North East Carolina Prep School the best charter school in North Carolina. I am excited to be your Executive Director, and I am excited for the future of our school and our community. GO HUSKIES!!!!!
Week of October 10
Monday, October 10
- Varsity Soccer @ Riverside High School (6:00 pm)
Tuesday, October 11
- ACE INTERACTIVE SCIENCE ASSEMBLIES FOR GRADES 8 – 12
- JV Volleyball @ Teach Homeschool (4:30 pm)
- Varsity Volleyball @ Teach Homeschool (5:30 pm)
- Middle School Soccer @ Rocky Mt Academy (4:00 pm)
Wednesday, October 12
- Middle School Volleyball vs. Wilson Prep (4:15 pm)
Thursday, October 13
- JV Football vs. North Raleigh Christian Academy (4:00 pm)
- JV Soccer vs. KIPP Pride (4:30 pm)
Friday, October 14
- JV Volleyball vs Teach Homeschool (4:15 pm)
- SENIOR NIGHT – Varsity Volleyball vs. Teach Homeschool (5:15 pm)
SAVE THE DATE
- October 20 – Fall Band and Chorus Concert (6:30 pm)
- October 24 – School Pictures (K-5)
- October 25 – School Pictures (6 – 11)
- October 26 – Fall Sports Pictures