Whiteville City Schools
EVERYONE COMMITTED TO THE SUCCESS OF ALL STUDENTS
WCS JOB OPENINGS
Central Middle School
(interested candidates should send letter of interest and resume to April Corbett at email@example.com)
Whiteville High School
Public Safety Instructor
(interested candidates should send letter of interest and resume to Susan Watson at firstname.lastname@example.org)
North Whiteville Academy
High School Math Teacher
(interested candidates should send letter of interest and resume to Angela Hill at email@example.com )
Whiteville City Schools 2021-2022 Principal of the Year
Congratulations Ms. April Corbett.
Whiteville City Schools Return to Safe Instruction Plan
2021- 2022 Teacher of the Year
We would like to Congratulate our 2021-2022 Teacher of the Year candidates from each of our Whiteville City Schools.
Pictured (left to right): Dr. Marc Whichard, WCS Superintendent; Amber Archie, WPS; Wendy Alley, WPS Teacher Assistant of the Year; Morgan Norris, EES; Dr. Michael Fletcher, CMS; Amy White, NWA; Julie Fonvielle, WHS; and Kandle Rogers, WCS Board Chair.
Please join us in Congratulating Julie Fonvielle of Whiteville High School on being our Whiteville City Schools 2021-2022 District Teacher of the Year
Pictured (left to right): Dr. Marc Whichard, WCS Superintendent; Julie Fonvielle, WCS Teacher of the Year; and Kandle Rogers, WCS Board Chair
2020-2021 SY Pandemic EBT Benefits
WCS VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES
Surrogate Parents (District Wide)
Whiteville City Schools Exceptional Children’s Department is looking for dedicated, caring volunteers to serve as Surrogate Parents for students with special needs. Surrogate parents are asked to attend meetings regarding the student’s special education and serve as an advocate for the student in the absence of a parent/guardian. Each student has 2 to 3 meetings per year, each lasting approximately an hour.
If interested, please contact Julie Graves at 910-641-6448.
Whiteville High School Groundbreaking Ceremony
October 10, 2019
SCC Success Scholarship
Endorsed by the SCC Board of Trustees in July 2016
Funded by the SCC Foundation Board in September 2016
A student must be a North Carolina resident who recently graduated from a high school in Columbus County.
Students must complete FAFSA and apply for all other SCC scholarships before receiving the SCC Success Scholarship.
Participants must successfully complete two Career & College Promise courses to be eligible for the program.
Students must have 2.5 unweighted GPA in high school.
Students must be continuously enrolled in the fall and spring semesters and have a maximum of two years to use the guarantee.
Students must have at least a 2.0 GPA at the end of their first spring semester in the program to be eligible for the second year in the program and must not have any disciplinary actions taken against them.
Students must agree to participate in surveys about their experience at SCC.
The guarantee covers tuition and fees, not books or supplies.
Scholarship recipients' progress towards completion will be tracked.
All recipients will be surveyed to identify the impact of the scholarship on their decision to attend SCC and to identify any barriers to success.