Summer Sports Camp

posted Jun 30, 2017, 11:28 AM by JODIE BRYANT

2017 Graduation - Videos

posted Jun 20, 2017, 8:41 AM by JODIE BRYANT   [ updated Jun 21, 2017, 9:16 AM ]

On June 9, 423 seniors graduated from Hoke County High School.  Collectively, they received more than $8 million in scholarships and grants.  This is a perfect example of our students graduating college, career, and life ready.

On May 12, 73 students graduated from SandHoke Early College with their high school diploma.   Thirty-seven of the graduates also received their Associates Degree on May 13 at Sandhills Community College.  The SHECHS Class of 2017 received $1.2 million in scholarships and grants.

STEM Applications are available!

posted Apr 26, 2017, 3:37 PM by DAWN RAMSEUR   [ updated May 1, 2017, 7:40 AM ]

STEM Summer Camp flyer ‎(2017)‎

Online Application may be completed here 

Attention Parents of Current 4th-8th grade Students.  The application period for the STEM Summer Camp, an engaging summer camp focusing on Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics will open on Friday, April 28th.  This year, our summer camp will run from June 14-June 24th from 8:15-2:30.  There is no fee for the  program and breakfast, lunch, and bus transportation will be provided.  If you are interested, beginning Friday April 28th, please visit our district's website, contact your child's school, or the Hoke County Board of Education.  Our seats are limited and acceptance will be based on the order in which applications are received. All applications are due no later than 5:00 PM on May 10th.

HCS Job Fair - Cancelled

posted Mar 30, 2017, 6:49 AM by JODIE BRYANT   [ updated Apr 25, 2017, 8:14 AM ]

Due to circumstances beyond our control, the Teacher Education Fair and the School Bus Driver Job Fair that were originally scheduled for Saturday, April 29th have been cancelled. If you are interested in employment with Hoke County Schools, please visit…/human-…/for-prospective-employees and complete an online application. You may also contact the HCS Human Resource office by calling 910-875-3658 to discuss employment opportunities.


posted Feb 14, 2017, 7:19 AM by JODIE BRYANT

Hoke County Public Schools recently received the Green Ribbon School District Award from the North  Carolina Department of Public Instruction (NCDPI) Safe and Healthy Schools Support Division and will now represent the state in national competition.
The U.S. Department of Education initiated the Green Ribbon Schools Award program in 2011 to honor schools and school districts that “exercise a comprehensive approach to creating ‘green’ environments through reducing environmental impact, promoting health, and ensuring a high-quality environmental and outdoor education to prepare students with the 21st century skills and sustainability concepts needed in the growing global economy.”
NCDPI Chief Financial Officer for Operations Ben Matthews congratulated district staff for being selected to represent North Carolina and wished them well in the national competition. “Hoke County schools’ staff and students are doing an exemplary job of reducing their environmental impact by providing green learning environments and showing students how to minimize their ecological footprints. These are lessons that will definitely pay forward,” he said.
The Green Ribbon Schools Award is the first comprehensive federal policy for schools related to environment, health and education. It describes a thoughtful vision for the nation’s schools, sets a high bar for success, and raises the profile of individual green schools and the states that encourage them.
National award recipients will be honored at a ceremony in Washington, D.C., in July. Visit the Green Ribbon Schools Award program website for more information.


posted Feb 14, 2017, 7:15 AM by JODIE BRYANT

School public relations professionals across the state were honored today for the products of their craft during the North Carolina School Public Relations Association’s (NCSPRA) annual Blue Ribbon Awards for Effective Communications celebration at the O. Henry Hotel in Greensboro.  Included in the list of winners is Jodie Bryant, Director of Public Relations, for Hoke County Schools.  Hoke County Schools received nine Blue Ribbon awards in six categories (digital media engagement, electronic media, photography, image/graphic  design, publications, and special events/programs) for design, content and versatility.  NCSPRA President Charlie Glazener, Executive Director of Community Relations & Communications for Asheville City Schools, said entries of the award winners rivaled the best work of public relations practitioners in any field.  “Blue Ribbon Awards are the highest honor in our organization and they validate the superior work done by my colleagues this year,” Glazener said.  “This roster of excellence is tangible evidence that NCSPRA's public relations professionals are among the Nation’s finest and that they are producing cutting edge communications and products that support their schools and school systems.”


posted Feb 14, 2017, 7:12 AM by JODIE BRYANT

To improve communication with parents and staff, Hoke County Schools will begin sending text messages using SchoolMessenger.  SchoolMessenger will be used to communicate in emergency situations, provide inclement weather updates, as well as inform parents of day to day progress and school events.  To begin receiving text     message alerts, simply send the word Yes, via text message, to the number 67587. 


posted Feb 14, 2017, 7:10 AM by JODIE BRYANT   [ updated Feb 14, 2017, 7:11 AM ]

Here Comes the Bus is an easy-to-use website and app that enables parents to see the location of their child’s school bus on a smartphone, tablet, or personal computer. This way, parents will know when the bus is near, so they can send their child out at just the right time. Here Comes the Bus uses global positioning system (GPS) technology to locate and track the school buses. It is powered by software from Synovia Solutions, which Hoke County Schools has been utilizing for the past two years. “Our top priority is ensuring that our students are transported to and from school safely,” said Tom Paris, Director of Transportation for Hoke County Schools. “We are constantly looking for innovative tools to improve how we serve students and communicate with parents. We are very excited to offer parents the ability to check 
on the location of their child’s bus in real time.” Here Comes the Bus will allow parents to customize a map and see the location of their child’s bus at any time, as well as choose what alerts they would like to receive and how they’d like to receive them. For instance, parents can receive a push notification or email alert when their child's bus is within five minutes of the bus stop. This feature is sure to be helpful on those cold or rainy mornings. Here Comes the Bus can be accessed for free through the Here Comes the Bus website or Google Play app store. The app is secure, with the district providing parents a private ID that grants access to only their child's bus.  To sign up, parents will need their  student’s ID number and the school code (73721).  


posted Feb 14, 2017, 7:08 AM by JODIE BRYANT

The Hoke County High School Symphonic Band has accepted an invitation to perform at the 2017 National Band and Orchestra Festival at Carnegie Hall in New York.  Carnegie Hall is the world's largest and most prestigious Performing and Fine Arts venue.  Our students have the opportunity to share the very same stage as Beyonce, The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, Duke Ellington, Michael Jackson and several other famous musical icons. This is a once in a lifetime opportunity that will take our students' musical careers to the next level.  If you would like to support the band, you can go to this link to make a donation.

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