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Welcome to the Currituck County School District, located on the coast of beautiful North Carolina.  Currituck is the most northeastern county in North Carolina just south of Chesapeake, Virginia and just north of Kill Devil Hills.  Currituck is home to some of the most beautiful scenery and sport hunting and fishing areas in the state. In addition, Currituck hosts expansive farm land, some of the region's best farmer's markets, Corolla, and the Currituck Lighthouse.
 
The Currituck County School System serves approximately 3850 students in ten schools. This includes six elementary schools, two middle schools, an Early College High School and a traditional comprehensive high school. Currituck County Schools boast beautiful school facilities with the technology and equipment to ensure that our educators can prepare our students for the 21st Century and beyond. Currituck County Schools is led by a five member Board of Education who are dedicated to the very best education for each and every student.
 

Announcements

  • A Letter from Superintendent Osmon Regarding Closure Make-Up
     
    Please click HERE to view and read a letter from the Superintendent about recent weather closures, calendar law requirements, and plans for making up missed days. 
     
     
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  • NC School Report Card and School Performance Grades
     
    On the afternoon of February 5th, the annual NC School Report Card website will go live with this year's release of state, district, and school data.  This Report Card includes important information about school and student performance, class size, attendance, school safety, instructional resources, and teacher quality.  Report card data is available for each school, for each school district, and for the state's education system as a whole.  For the first time, schools will be assigned a letter grade A-F.  The letter grades are based on student performance and academic growth on standardized tests from the 2013-14 school year.  Click HERE  for more information and to visit the NC Report Card site. 
    Parents will receive a letter from the principal and a printed copy of their child's school report card snapshot during the week of February 9th.
     
     
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  • Knotts Island Feasibility Study: Parent Survey for 2015-16 and Beyond
     
    Thank you to all of the Knotts Island parents who braved the weather and attended the special Board of Education Meeting held at Knotts Island Elementary on 1/12/15!  We appreciate all of your questions, comments, and suggestions.  As was stated at the meeting, the Board and district administration is conducting a feasibility study to determine if parents may choose the middle school their child will attend in 2015-16 and beyond.  In addition, we are collecting information related to the number of preschool aged students currently residing on Knotts Island to determine if additional preschool services can be provided in the future.
    Please read the letter from Superintendent Allison Osmon below and complete the survey by March 1, 2015.
    Surveys can be returned to your child's school, mailed/faxed to the central office, or emailed to Yvette Jones, Administrative Assistant to the Superintendent.
     
     
     
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  • Parent Portal for PowerSchool / Home Base
     
    Parents can now get access to student information in the PowerSchool / Home Base Parent Portal.  Grades are not available for students in grades K-2.  Click this link to view the Getting Started video.  (This is a large file and may take a minute or two to load.  Please contact Brenda Norris, bnorris@currituck.k12.nc.us, for more information or assistance.  
    NEW!!!  Click HERE to access the Parent Portal Guide recently released from NC Department of Public Instruction.
     
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  • 2013-14 Accountability Release
     
    Below are links to two documents related to the upcoming release of accountability results from the 2013-14 school year.
    In a letter to parents, Superintendent Allison Osmon shares release dates and a summary of the type of information found within the reports being released by the State Board of Education.  Click HERE to view the letter.
    Click HERE to view the READY Accountability Background Brief which explains the new achievement levels, the subjects/grades with state level assessments, as well as other accountability measures.  
    Click HERE to access the released reports.
     
     
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  • Read to Achieve Results for 2013-2014
     
    A summary of the Read to Achieve results for the 2013-2014 school year is available at this link.
     
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  • New Meal Prices in Effect for 2014-15
     
    Parents and students are reminded of new meal prices going into effect for the 2014-15 school year.
    Meal prices and 2014-15 applications for Free or Reduced meals can be found by visiting our Child Nutrition Department's web page.  Click HERE for a direct link to this page.  Students receiving free or reduced priced meals at the end of last year will remain at the same status for the first 30 days of school, but a new application must be submitted in order to determine eligibility for the 2014-15 school year. 
     
     
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