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Meeting Notice: Hoke County Board of Education
For the upcoming 2021 Fall Semester, Hoke County Schools is providing remote learning instruction to a limited number of students based on medical need. Students will be considered for virtual learning only if one of the two conditions are met:
*The student has an underlying condition that increases the risk for severe illness from COVID-19, OR
*The student resides with someone, or a student's caregiver is at an increased risk for severe illness from COVID-19 due to an underlying medical condition
Deadline to complete the application and submit the documentation is Tuesday, August 10.
Click here for additional information and application.
Para el próximo semestre de otoño de 2021, las Escuelas del Condado de Hoke están proporcionando instrucción de aprendizaje a distancia a una cantidad limitada de estudiantes según las necesidades médicas. Los estudiantes serán considerados para el aprendizaje virtual solamente si se cumple una de las dos siguientes condiciones:
*El estudiante tiene una afección subyacente que aumenta el riesgo de una enfermedad grave por COVID-19, o
*El estudiante vive con alguien, o el cuidador del estudiante, tiene un mayor riesgo de contraer una enfermedad grave por COVID-19 debido a una afección médica subyacente.
La fecha de vencimiento para completar la solicitud y entregar la documentación es el martes, 10 de agosto.
Haga clic aquí para obtener más información y la solicitud.
Hoke County Schools Summer Feeding Program Information -
Información sobre el Programa de Alimentación Escolar de las Escuelas del Condado de Hoke
Hoke County Schools Public Notice
ALL STUDENTS ENROLLED IN HOKE COUNTY SCHOOLS WILL RECEIVE REIMBURSABLE MEALS AT “NO CHARGE” FOR THE 2021-2022 SCHOOL YEAR.
All Schools within Hoke County Schools District will once again participate in the USDA federally funded program, Community Eligibility Provision (CEP) for the 2021-2022 school year. All students enrolled in Hoke County Schools will receive their reimbursable breakfast and lunch meal at “NO CHARGE”. The Hoke County Schools Child Nutrition Program in conjunction with Hoke County Schools will not distribute and accept Free & Reduced Priced Meal Applications for the 2021-2022 School Year.
Any questions, please contact: Deborah Davis Carpenter, Child Nutrition Executive Director - Hoke County Board of Education, 310 Wooley Street, Raeford, NC, 28376 - Phone: (910) 875-4106
“Children must be healthy to learn and they must learn to be healthy”
Hoke County Schools Child Nutrition Services is honored to be a part of the National School Breakfast, School Lunch and Afterschool Snack Programs. We are proud to offer our students the nutrition they need to succeed. While adhering to the guidelines set forth by the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA), a variety of nutritious, delicious meals are offered to students each day for breakfast and lunch. Students cannot learn if they are hungry. Free and Reduced Priced Meal Applications will not be accepted and processed for the 2021-2022 school year. All students enrolled in the Hoke County Schools district will receive their reimbursable breakfast and lunch meal at “NO CHARGE”. Therefore, there is no need to administer Free and Reduced Priced Meal Applications. Thanks to the Federally Funded Program called CEP, all students attending CEP Schools (listed below) will receive their reimbursable breakfast and lunch meal at “NO CHARGE” for the 2021-2022 school year. CEP schools are: Don Steed Elementary, Hawk Eye Elementary, JW McLauchlin Elementary, Rockfish Hoke Elementary, Sandy Grove Elementary, Scurlock Elementary, West Hoke Elementary, Upchurch Elementary, East Hoke Middle, Sandy Grove Middle, West Hoke Middle, Hoke High, Turlington School, Sand Hoke Early College High
Cloth Face-covering information - Información sobre el uso de cubrebocas de tela
Meetings will be held the second Tuesday of each month at 6:30 p.m., unless otherwise posted. The meeting scheduled for July 13, 2021 will take place at the Hoke County High School Media Center, 505 South Bethel Road, Raeford, NC. All meetings will be streamed virtually and can be viewed via the YouTube LiveStream link below.
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310 Wooley Street Raeford, NC 28376 Phone: 910-875-4106 Fax: 910-875-3362
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DR. DEBRA DOWLESS NAMED HOKE COUNTY SCHOOLS SUPERINTENDENT
State Superintendent Mark Johnson Announces $10 Million in School Construction Grant to Hoke County
North Carolina Superintendent Mark Johnson has announced that $55 million in grant funds from the Needs-Based Public School Capital Fund will be awarded this year to school districts in Edenton-Chowan, Hoke, Robeson, and Wayne counties. The grant awards will allow for construction of new school buildings in these economically distressed areas.
“This is the fourth year these funds have been made available to benefit our students and educators who have had to deal with outdated facilities,” Johnson said. “These grants will help address our state’s need to replace old, outdated schools with better learning environments. “
Hoke County: $10 million to build the SandHoke School of Engineering. This will be a state-of-the-art facility that will include 27 classrooms/labs that will support applied studies in the field of engineering and be located on the Hoke County campus of Sandhills Community College ($28.19 million total project cost). It will also relieve overcrowding at other facilities.
“On behalf of Hoke County Schools, we thank State Superintendent Johnson for selecting our Needs-Based Public School Capital Fund 2020 Grant Application to be funded. In partnership with Sandhills Community College and Hoke County Board of Commissioners, we plan to build SandHoke School of Engineering which will offer the students of Hoke County tremendous opportunities. The SandHoke School of Engineering will provide additional college pathways for students pursuing an Associate in Applied Science degree, and will also address the issue of equity by focusing efforts on encouraging our female students to pursue careers in Engineering and Computer Science. Additionally, this school will allow Hoke County Schools to address the growth of our student population while saving capital funds for future school construction projects.”