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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 4100 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

  • Currituck County Schools is pleased to announce the following administrative assignments for the 2018-19 school year:

    Currituck County High School

    Currituck County High School welcomes Dr. Brian Matney as principal for the 2018-19 school year. Dr. Matney comes to Currituck County High School with over 25 years of administrative experience. Most recently, Dr. Matney served as the Director of Secondary Education for Mecklenburg County Public Schools in Virginia. Prior to that position, Dr. Matney served as principal at both Landstown High School and Cox High School in Virginia Beach.

    During his career, Dr. Matney’s accomplishments include being named the Commonwealth of Virginia’s Principal of the Year (2006), bringing a Governor’s STEM Academy to Landstown High School (only the 2nd one to be housed within a traditional high school in VA), and certifying as a lead evaluator with Advance ED to assist schools with the accreditation process.

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    Currituck County Middle School

    Mrs. Michelle Cowan has been named principal of Currituck County Middle School. Mrs. Cowan is entering her 17th year as an educator and brings a wealth of knowledge and experiences to her role as Principal. As a military wife, she has had the opportunity to live and work many places. She began her career as an elementary school teacher in Metro Atlanta after graduating from North Georgia College in 1995 with a B.S. in Early Childhood Education. From there, the military carried her family to Texas, Tennessee, Alabama, and California where she continued to teach in elementary schools.

    Her most recent move has brought her to Currituck County Middle School. At CCMS, Mrs. Cowan taught 7th and 8th grade English Language Arts. During the 2017-18 school year Mrs. Cowan moved into the role of assistant principal and then to interim principal after Dr. Matt Lutz was promoted to Assistant Superintendent.

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    Chief Information Officer

    Mrs. Sandra Reynolds takes over the position of Chief Information Officer for Currituck County Schools after Paul O’Briant’s retirement. Mrs. Reynolds has over 22 years of educational experience. All but one of those years have been in Currituck, the same district she grew up in. She has served as a classroom teacher, instructional coach, and AIG teacher. Mrs. Reynolds earned her Masters in School Administration from East Carolina University. During her time with Currituck County Schools she has earned recognition for outstanding teacher leadership, delivery of high quality professional development and integration of technology. Mrs. Reynolds’ experiences with instructional leadership and technology will serve her well in this new role.

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  • 2018-19 New Student Enrollment Now Open

    Currituck County Schools is pleased to provide an electronic enrollment process for parents to pre-register students for the 2018-2019 school year. If your child will be 5 years old by August 31, 2018 they are eligible to enroll in Kindergarten. If your child will be 4 years old by August 31, 2018 you may submit an enrollment application for your child to be considered for the North Carolina Pre-K program.

    If you are planning to relocate to Currituck County and your children will be attending Currituck County Schools for the 2018-2019 school year you may begin the enrollment process now. Click HERE to access the 2018-19 School Year electronic enrollment portal.

    To complete the registration process, a legal parent/guardian must bring the following documents to the CCS Registration Center. For more information and details on required documentation needed to complete the registration process, please click HERE.   If you have any questions, please contact the Registrar's Office at 252.453-0205. 

    If you receive an error when clicking on the link to register, it is likely due to minor maintenance issues with your personal device. Most often the technical issue can be resolved by simply clearing your browsing history, cashed images, and cookies or switching to another browser. If you are still experiencing difficulties you may call 1-866-752-6850 for further technical assistance.

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  • Alert Now Messages

    Parents, if you are not receiving the weather related phone calls or would like to add or change the numbers receiving the calls please take note of the following items:

    Emergency weather related calls are sent to the following phone numbers listed in PowerSchool:
    Primary Home Phone number (may be a cell phone)
    Parent #1 Cell Phone
    Parent #2 Cell Phone
    These phone numbers are updated through the HomeBase Parent Portal. If you have not yet completed your 17-18 information update, please complete this in order to ensure all of your contact information is accurate.

    Also within the HomeBase Parent Portal is a link titled “BrightArrow Messages”. This link allows you to view and listen to any message that have been sent for your student. This link will also allow you the opportunity to add up to 3 additional phone numbers to receive calls from Currituck County Schools.

    The link to access your HomeBase parent portal is located on the Currituck County Schools webpage at:

    www.currituck.k12.nc.us
    On the left look for: "Home Base/NCEdCloud/IAM: Parent only

    If you have not yet created your HomeBase parent portal there is also a link for a quick reference guide to assist you with this process. Look for the link titled: Accessing the Parent Portal and Updating Information

    Any further assistance needed with the HomeBase Parent Portal or the automated call system please e-mail or phone the Currituck County Schools Registration Center at:

    registrar@currituck.k12.nc.us
    252.453.0205.

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  • Integrated Family Services Chat Line

    Our school district is committed to providing resources to all students and families to ensure emotional well-being, healthy living, and wellness in all aspects of one's life.  Thus, Currituck County Schools is pleased to inform our community of a partnership with Integrated Family Services that provides a Crisis CHAT line available for all staff, students, parents, family, and friends offering online emotional support 24 hours a day.  Any life issues may be discussed utilizing the Crisis CHAT line.  The goal of Integrated Family Services Crisis CHAT line is to help you and others reduce stress and feel empowered to make healthy decisions.  To utilize this free service, simply go to www.integratedfamilyservices.net and click the "chat with us" icon at the top of the page.  School Counselors at each school also have this access information and other resources which may assist our families.  Please feel free to contact your school's counselor if you have questions or need more information.

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  • New Student Crossing Instructions for Bus Riders

    This year, North Carolina will be implementing new procedures for students who must cross the street to board a school bus. These procedures will be implemented in an effort to ensure student safety and avoid serious accidents when students must cross a road to board a school bus.  Parents are encouraged to read and reinforce these procedures before the school year begins.  Students will receive instruction on these new procedures during the start of the school year.  Parent assistance in reinforcing these signals is appreciated!  Click HERE for more information.

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  • 2016-17 Read to Achieve results for Currituck County Schools are now available.  Click to view the district report.  Click to view a summary of 1st and 2nd grade proficiency.

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