For several years, Thomas Paniagua has been involved with Clinton High School's technology organization. But now, he's ready to take his leadership skills to the state level.
The following students were elected to SGA offices at Sampson Middle School earlier this month, back from left: Shyde' Underwood, president; Zacchaeus Williams, treasurer; Carrington Dirks, vice president; and front, from left: Mark Nurse,...
Rhonda Davis, a teacher at Clinton High School, received a Simple Gifts grant and used it to travel to England for three weeks during the summer of 2014.
Throughout the year, students at L.C. Kerr School enjoy planting and harvesting vegetables in their garden. School officials would like to see more students have the same opportunity as well.
I have a bittersweet feeling as I come to the end of my junior year at Washington and Lee University. This small liberal arts school in the Great Valley of Virginia has been challenging and rewarding for me academically and personally. The past three...
On Friday, community members will have the opportunity to observe the musical and artistic talents of local students.
Roseboro Elementary School recently announced its honor students for the third nine week grading period.Those who made the lists are:3rd Grade: Principal's List: Samuel Casey, Alexis Flores
Clement Elementary students recently were recently named to the school's honor rolls for the third nine week grading period.They are:3rd Grade Superintendent's List (98 or Above)
Salemburg Elementary recently announced its honor students for the third nine week grading period.They are:Superintendents' List:
Midway Middle School recently announced its honor students for the third nine week grading period.They are:Superintendent's List
Plain View Elementary recently announced the names of students who made the school's honor rolls for the third nine-week grading period.Honor Roll
Hobbton Elementary School recently announced its honor students for the third nine week grading period.They are:Superintendent's List5th Grade: Amelia Spell
Sampson County Schools held its Battle of the Books competition for their elementary schools at Union High School on March 27.
State Employees Credit Union (SECU) Foundation funded solely by SECU members established the “People Helping People” scholarship program to assist students across North Carolina obtain their educational goals. Since being established the...
Many students throughout North Carolina will enjoy their summer break in a few months, but Sydney Simmons and Karley Thornton are looking forward to having fun in a prestigious school program.
Shayna Mathis enjoyed learning how to cook some tasty and nutritious meals through a family health program offered to the community recently.
The L.C. Kerr School Garden Project has been entered in the Seeds of Change® Grant Program for an opportunity to win one of two $20,000, five $10,000 grants or ten $1,000 grants, and educators are asking the community to get out and vote for...
Judith Taylor 2014-15 Clinton City Schools' Teacher of the year, continues serving the educational field by mentoring future teachers on April 1 during a visit to a Sampson Community College Childhood Development class. Taylor stressed the...
Union Elementary's second-grade Students of the Month are: Danna Aveja-Valencia, Jessie Diaz, Jiovani Gonzalez, Deven Monk, Miguel Ramirez-Bautista, Margarita Tovar-Moran, and Jocelin Trejo-Marin.
Plain View Elementary School recently released the names of its honor students for the third nine week grading period.Those honored were:Superintendent's List
Sampson Community College President Dr. Paul Hutchins continues to learn more about industry in Sampson County by visiting F. L. Turlington Company. Bill Turlington gave a tour of the facilities in Clinton and Keener and shared some of the history of...
The Sampson Middle School 8th grade band received superior ratings from all judges at West Johnston High School in the NC Music Performance Assessment on Wednesday, March 25.
On March 27, Butler Avenue Elementary School held its 4th annual talent show fundraiser to give students a platform to showcase their talents before an audience. Masters of Ceremony were Dr. Jay Gillispie and Oscar Rodriguez. The judges were Faith...
As another spring season continues to blossom, Clinton City Schools is gearing up for its annual Artsplosion event, a fun and creative spring fundraiser that benefits the Clinton Area Foundation for Education (CAFE) and teachers in the city school...
Three Sampson County Schools high school students are among the 650 students statewide who have been selected to attend Governor's School this summer. Janna Sims and Leah Moore, both students at Sampson Early College High School, and William...
Students and board members of Sampson County Schools were recognized Monday, March 30 during the regular monthly meeting.
On March 21, members of Harrells Christian Academy's Science Olympiad teams brought home some precious metals.
A successful product of Clinton City Schools, Brian Sampson knows what it's like to work hard for his education. He also knows that you need a little help along the way.
Lindy Bustabad won a special award, Naval Science Research Award, in the last N.C. Science and Engineering Fair (State Competition) at Meredith College in Raleigh.
Margaret Turlington enjoys seeing students expand their learning beyond the classroom. As the coordinator of The Simple Gifts Fund, Turlington is encouraging educators and schools to apply for the Sampson County Love of Learning Grant. The purpose is...
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Like other school districts throughout the state, Clinton's school officials are waiting to see what's coming down the pike when it comes to state funding.
In March, author and journalism professor Julie Hedgepeth Williams shared an amazing story of survival with the students and staff of Harrells Christian Academy recently.
The North Carolina Governor's School selected the following two students for the 2015 Summer N.C. Governor's School experience. Karley Thornton will attend Governor's School West at Salem College in Winston Salem in the area of dance...
ROSEBORO — With the lighting of each candle, a groups of local students paid homage to victims of violence such as the 1999 Columbine High School Massacre and the 2012 Sandy Hook Elementary Shooting.
Seventh grade students at Sampson Middle School will have a special guest March 31.WRAL meteorologist Nate Johnson will speak to the seventh graders at 1 p.m.
In an effort to make meetings more efficient, the Clinton City Board of Education voted Wednesday to combine the board's work session and regular meeting into one evening, therefore saving the members and the system's employees time.
Kristen Smith is looking forward to making education better for students and teachers throughout North Carolina.
Through his humorous and touching stories of growing up on a Midwestern farm, Max Armstrong connected with agricultural supporters while stressing the importance of a profession which feeds billions of people.
Clinton High School earned third place during the Regional Science Olympiad at Lenoir Community College.
In early March, technology students from Midway High School went to their regional rally at Lenoir Community College.
ROSEBORO — Betty Bennett has several maintenance duties at Roseboro-Salemburg Middle School, but helping students is what she enjoys the most.
The Midway High School Beta Club chapter had a busy weekend which included a community service project and an induction for new members.
Students in Amy Leatherwood's fourth grade class are traveling the world. Through a postcard project, students are experiencing the adventures of traveling the world without even leaving the classroom.
A few years ago, NFL lineman Jason Brown made a decision to leave the gridiron to help feed the hungry by becoming a farmer.
On a cloudy Friday afternoon, a group of second-graders gathered around Sybil West as she stood next to a hole dug in the ground.
Union Elementary will host a Duke Energy Science Night on Thursday, March 26 at 6 p.m. at the school. This is an official event of the 2015 North Carolina Science Festival.
As a graduate of Hampton University, Dr. John C. Merritt proudly wore his school colors while talking to Clinton High School students Friday morning.
Each spring students at Mintz Christian Academy participate in various competitions sponsored by ACSI (Association of Christian Schools International).