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Pamlico County Schools

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Male student working on worksheet.
PCMS Battle of the Books team practicing.
2 male students and 1 female student building a table.
Students working at computers in Digital Design Class.
PCMS student working with TinkerCAD.
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Recent News

Rotary Students Named

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The December Rotary Students of the Month were named at the December Board of Education Meeting.

Board of Education Meeting - December 5, 2022

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The Pamlico County Board of Education will hold its monthly meeting on December 5, 2022. The meeting will be held at 6:00 pm in the board room at the Pamlico County Schools Central Office. To access the live stream of the meeting please follow the link.

Events

Superintendent's Message

Hello and Welcome to Pamlico County Schools! 
 
My name is Lisa F. Jackson and I am excited to invite you to get know Pamlico County Schools!  I am honored to begin my eighth year serving as your superintendent.  At Pamlico County Schools, we strive to make our schools a place where students are excited to learn and employees are inspired to be their best.  We reach for excellence each and every day.  Additionally, we strive to maintain safe campuses and to inspire our students to achieve their optimal level of learning.
 
PCS is proud to be an integral part of the Pamlico County Community.  I have been a part of this community for 33 years as an educator at various levels from Pre-K to Community College.  I am so proud of my students (current and former)!  I can honestly say that my best and most rewarding work was being a teacher in Pamlico County Schools!  As an educator for over three decades, I pride myself in getting to know the people I work with.  The relationships I have made with educators, students, and parents are ones that will last a lifetime! 
 
My roots run deep in Pamlico County.  My mom was a 1964 graduate of Pamlico County High School before she and my dad moved down the road to Aurora, where I grew up and attended school for 12 years.  After graduating from East Carolina University with a degree in Early Childhood Education, I made my home in Pamlico County where I have raised both of my children. 
 
Pamlico County is truly “a great place to live and work”.  I invite you to stop by and visit one of our four schools and see why I am so full of PAMLICO PRIDE!!!
 
Lisa Jackson

Vision & Mission

Vision 

Our students will possess the capacity to ensure post graduation options are limitless. 
 

Mission

The mission of Pamlico County Schools is to foster growth, instill confidence, and empower every learner.