News & Announcements

School Health Services Monitoring Symptoms and Screening Procedures

The health, welfare, and safety of the students, staff, and community is of the utmost importance to Weldon City Schools. We have been taking the necessary steps to ensure that our schools are sanitized and disinfected on a consistent basis and especially during times of potential exposure to a coronavirus. The Governor of North Carolina continues to implement a three-phase approach to slowly lift restrictions while combating COVID-19. On June 24, 2020 Executive Order 147 was enacted which extended Phase 2 of reopening and added the requirement of face coverings in public places. ***Please Read Full Story***

COVID-19 INFORMATION

Not feeling well? We're here to help. Use Check My Symptoms to find out if you are recommended to get tested for #COVID19 + find a testing site nearby. Go to ncdhhs.gov/symptoms. #StayStrongNC #WCSCHARGERPRIDE

ETHEL CRAWLEY SCHOLARSHIP AWARDED

Mrs. Krissy Pittman-Martin, AIG Coordinator with Weldon City Schools hosted a ZOOM Ethel Crawley Scholarship Annoucement this morning. School Administrators and teachers participated in the virtual announcement. The Ethel W. Crawley Memorial Education Fund Scholarship directs a scholarship selection committee to award a full four-year scholarship that will cover tuition, room, board, school fees, and books.

Ms. Nautika Northington, the recipient, is a senior at Weldon STEM High School and the daughter of Kyman and Connie Northington.

WMS Welcomes New Principal

Ms. Jeannie Roberson is the new principal of Weldon Middle School. She comes to the district with twenty seven years of educational experience. She is a native of Martin County, NC and has one daughter. We look forward to Ms. Roberson's expertise in curriculum and instruction as we continue to move Weldon Middle School in a positive direction.
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