Thirty-nine high schools have been awarded the 2015-16 Claudia Dodson VHSL Sportsmanship, Ethics and Integrity Award, which recognizes member schools that have established policies and procedures that make sportsmanship a priority and an expectation within the school and school community.
“I consider this to be the Virginia High School League’s most prestigious award,” said VHSL assistant director Tom Dolan. “It’s the only award that the entire school is graded on.”
Caroline received a “1st recognition.”
The Caroline County School Board will hold a special meeting on Monday, June 27, 2016, at 3:00 p.m. in the conference room at the School Board Office.
Caroline County Public Schools has partnered with Source4Teachers, which means anyone who substitutes in our district will be employed by Source4Teachers. If you haven’t subbed in the district before, you must apply online at Source4Teachers.com. They’ll guide you through the application, credentialing, and training process.
Once you’re hired by Source4Teachers, you can customize your substitute experience by designating specific days of the week that work best for you and choosing how you’d like to be notified about openings, including text alerts and phone calls. Visit Source4Teachers.com for more details and to apply.
Superintendent George Parker has appointed Joanne H. Jones, Ed.D. as the Director of Curriculum and Instruction for Caroline County Public Schools, effective July 1, 2016. The Caroline County School Board approved the appointment on June 13, 2016. Dr. Jones is currently the principal of Inborden Elementary School in Enfield, N.C.
“We are very pleased to have Dr. Jones join CCPS in her new role,” said Superintendent Parker. “Her extensive classroom and building administrator experience will be valuable assets as she helps to lead continued improvements in all of our schools.”
Dr. Jones began her career as an English teacher at Hertford County High School in Ahoskie, N.C., in 1991. Since then, she has held positions in North Carolina as Assistant Principal; Principal; Director of AVID, English and Foreign Language; Director of secondary Curriculum and Instruction; and as a school transformation coach. In that role, she helped principals in North Carolina strategically improve their instructional programs to increase student achievement.
Dr. Jones holds a Bachelor of Science Degree in Middle Grades Education, a Master of School administration degree in Educational Leadership, and an Education Specialist degree in Educational Leadership, all of which are from East Carolina University. She also holds a Doctorate in Educational Leadership and Policy Studies from Virginia Tech University.