When good things are happening, others notice. In the past three months the work of Pitt County Schools has been recognized by multiple organizations around the country, and I wanted to take a few minutes to share those links with you. These are all located on our DEEL In the News! page (accessible by clicking... Continue Reading →
Teachers interested in serving as either a Facilitating Teacher (FT) or Multi-Classroom Teacher (MCT) in Pitt County Schools are invited to apply for positions. Internal candidates should apply using the links at the top of this website, and external candidates should apply via both the regular PCS job form AND the links at the top of... Continue Reading →
R3 was birthed out of a desire to invest in teachers in our district, in response to a concern we had as a district that too many of our teachers were either leaving the classroom or the profession because they in large part because they felt there were not opportunities to increase their influence and... Continue Reading →
Imagine that you had the potential to propose a collaborative action research project to the district and then get paid to engage in that research. That's what I'm excited to announce today! This year PCS has been implementing the roll of Facilitating Teachers in schools across the district. Currently, there are 54 teachers working as... Continue Reading →
Today we are releasing the Request for Proposals (RFP) for a Program Evaluator for the R3 Initiative. The RFP can be found by clicking here. We are seeking a program evaluation for both the federal Teacher Incentive Fund (TIF) and the State of North Carolina Teacher Compensation Model grants we have received.
We're excited to announce that we have created a page on the website for Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs). You can access the page by click the "About" menu at the top of the page and selecting "FAQs" from the sub menu. The page will be updated periodically as we receive questions either via email or... Continue Reading →