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  • Chavis Selected For Leadership North Carolina

    Dr. Dana Chavis, Executive Director of Career and Technical Education, was selected to Leadership North Carolina, the state’s premier leadership engagement program. Each year, through a rigorous selection process, LNC chooses a class of established and emerging leaders from across the state to participate in its acclaimed program. Leadership North Carolina’s Class 30 is made up of top leaders from the government, business, nonprofit, and education sectors.

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  • NC Secretary of Commerce, Machelle Baker Sanders, visits WHES

    West Hoke Elementary had a very special guest stop by Dolphinville. NC Secretary of Commerce, Machelle Baker Sanders, visited the school to deliver school supplies that were collected as a part of Governor Cooper's School Supply Drive.

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  • Hoke High School Inducts New HOF Members

    On September 23, the Robert A. Wright Building was filled with the most recent 'Who's Who' of Hoke County High School alumni athletes. Surrounded by former teammates, coaches, family, friends, and school and district staff, the eight new members were inducted into the prestigious HCHS Athletic Hall of Fame.

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  • 2021-2022 Data & Accountability Results

    On Thursday, September 1, the North Carolina Department of Public Instruction released its school performance grades and accountability data for the 2021-22 school year.

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  • SandHoke Freshman Application

    The application for the 2023 SandHoke Freshman Class is now open. Click here for more details and to apply.  The application deadline is February 13, 2023.  

    If you have any questions, please contact  Ms. Jocelyn Ramos at jocelyn.ramos@hcs.k12.nc.us

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  • Family Guide to Assessments

    Questions about student assessments?  Click here to review NCDPI's Family Guide to Assessments. This guide discusses why assessments are important, provides an overview of the different assessments that students take, and reviews questions families can ask teachers about assessments. Finally, the guide looks at how North Carolina ensures assessments are fair and accessible for all students.  

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