Lindy Bustabad won a special award, Naval Science Research Award, in the last N.C. Science and Engineering Fair (State Competition) at Meredith College in Raleigh.
Margaret Turlington enjoys seeing students expand their learning beyond the classroom. As the coordinator of The Simple Gifts Fund, Turlington is encouraging educators and schools to apply for the Sampson County Love of Learning Grant. The purpose is...
Sampson County SchoolsMarch 30Chicken Nuggets orRavioliSweet Potatoes
Like other school districts throughout the state, Clinton's school officials are waiting to see what's coming down the pike when it comes to state funding.
In March, author and journalism professor Julie Hedgepeth Williams shared an amazing story of survival with the students and staff of Harrells Christian Academy recently.
The North Carolina Governor's School selected the following two students for the 2015 Summer N.C. Governor's School experience. Karley Thornton will attend Governor's School West at Salem College in Winston Salem in the area of dance...
ROSEBORO — With the lighting of each candle, a groups of local students paid homage to victims of violence such as the 1999 Columbine High School Massacre and the 2012 Sandy Hook Elementary Shooting.
Seventh grade students at Sampson Middle School will have a special guest March 31.WRAL meteorologist Nate Johnson will speak to the seventh graders at 1 p.m.
In an effort to make meetings more efficient, the Clinton City Board of Education voted Wednesday to combine the board's work session and regular meeting into one evening, therefore saving the members and the system's employees time.
Kristen Smith is looking forward to making education better for students and teachers throughout North Carolina.
Through his humorous and touching stories of growing up on a Midwestern farm, Max Armstrong connected with agricultural supporters while stressing the importance of a profession which feeds billions of people.
Clinton High School earned third place during the Regional Science Olympiad at Lenoir Community College.
In early March, technology students from Midway High School went to their regional rally at Lenoir Community College.
ROSEBORO — Betty Bennett has several maintenance duties at Roseboro-Salemburg Middle School, but helping students is what she enjoys the most.
The Midway High School Beta Club chapter had a busy weekend which included a community service project and an induction for new members.
Students in Amy Leatherwood's fourth grade class are traveling the world. Through a postcard project, students are experiencing the adventures of traveling the world without even leaving the classroom.
A few years ago, NFL lineman Jason Brown made a decision to leave the gridiron to help feed the hungry by becoming a farmer.
On a cloudy Friday afternoon, a group of second-graders gathered around Sybil West as she stood next to a hole dug in the ground.
Union Elementary will host a Duke Energy Science Night on Thursday, March 26 at 6 p.m. at the school. This is an official event of the 2015 North Carolina Science Festival.
As a graduate of Hampton University, Dr. John C. Merritt proudly wore his school colors while talking to Clinton High School students Friday morning.
Each spring students at Mintz Christian Academy participate in various competitions sponsored by ACSI (Association of Christian Schools International).
If plans stay on track, nine schools in Sampson County will see improved wireless technology in classrooms and other study areas in he future.
After whole grain-rich products left a bad taste in the mouths of students, Sampson County Schools has become one many districts in the state moving away from a requirement to offer such foods.
Anna and Simeon Embler lead prayer over the food that is being distributed for Back pack buddies. Volunteers meet weekly to pack 250 snack bags for Clinton City Schools children. Pictured top, from left, are: Ann Robinson, Dianne Cox, Mac Herring,...
Most middle school students do not have the chance to meet an NFL player in their school and hear the story of his life choices that made him who he is today. On February 23, 2015, the male students at Midway Middle School met former Miami Dolphins...
Salemburg Elementary recently selected its Students of the Month in grades Pre-K through 2nd Grade. They are: Jayla Bennett, Mary Tart, Brayden Bowden, Jenna Barefoot, Makiya Garner, Danielle Aycock, Garrett Ketchum, Edwin Padilla, Jaylen Arnold, Cole...
A gray building on Ferrell Street just got a little brighter.
Scottie and Frankie Baldwin are looking forward to watching youngsters rev up their dirt bikes this Saturday.
Sampson County Schools officials are moving forward with the budget process and are seeking $8.1 million in local funds.
Sampson County school leaders are hoping to improve their nutrition program through federal funding.
Twenty students from Sampson Middle School participated in the 2015 North Carolina Southeastern All-District Band. The students competed at Mac Williams Middle School in January with over 700 students from southeastern North Carolina. The clinic was...
The Clinton-Sampson Duck Unlimited Annual Banquet is set for Saturday, March 28 at the Agri-Exposition Center, 414 Warsaw Road.
On her office computer, Faith Jackson visited the Donors Choose website to help fulfill a technology wish at Sunset Avenue School, one of several within Clinton's school system.
Clinton City SchoolsMarch 16Chick Fillet on BunSloppy Joe on BunGlazed CarrotsBlack Eye PeasPear Halves
Along with other students, sophomore Samantha Monroe strolled to different booths and talked with university admission counselors who came to Clinton High School Thursday evening.
Stuart Blount, superintendent of Clinton City Schools (CCS), set the example of valuing higher education by earning his doctoral degree from the University of North Carolina - Charlotte in educational leadership, school officials noted in a...
Last week, Clement Elementary students and staff kicked off their annual 'Pennies for Patients' campaign. Pictured here, with Mrs. Tammy Honeycutt, school counselor, is Mrs. Michelle Marley and her 4th grade class. Mrs. Marley's...
Clement Elementary recently named its Students of the Month for February. They are: Collin Goodman, Raychel Dale, Ashley Alvarado, Mason Edge, Knyla Rivera, Emilia Luna-Benitez, Isabelle Roberts, Emma Phillips, Abby Peterson, Jocelyn Isola, Sharon...
On behalf of Woodmen of the World Lodge 924, field agent Nancy Dillman presents a NC State flag to Clinton High School JROTC cadets.
Sampson County Schools held its Battle of the Books competition for middle-schools at Midway High School on Feb. 26.
Clinton City Schools recognized band students who auditioned for and made the 2015 North Carolina Southeastern All-District Band.
Heather Helms, a teacher at Lakewood High School, was recently named the TAG Teacher of the Month for Sampson County Schools.
The Sampson County Board of Education recently recognized Union Elementary teachers Mary Malpass, Connie Bradshaw, Sonya Thornton, Kathy Strapko, Tammy Tatum, and Stephanie Tew for being selected as grant recipients through the Simple Gifts Fund. This...
Fourth-grade students at Hobbton Elementary participated in a Wax Museum display recently. Students researched a famous North Carolinian, created a biography, then dressed up as that person. As visitors stopped at a student, the student presented...
For several days, a group of students at Harrells Christian Academy became crusaders outside of the classroom, touching the lives of people many miles away.
Sampson County SchoolsMarch 9Cheeseburger w/Chili orLasagna Cheese Roll UpCandied YamsCollardsApplesauce
During Black History Month, students throughout the United States learned about black people who made significant contributions to society. But inside the gymnasium of Sampson Middle School this week, students honored people who made footprints in...
In front of judges, Midway Middle School students Mackenzie Chavis and Kristine Kolakowski were put on the spot as they showed off their musical talents.
For the upcoming kindergarten registration event, local school officials are looking forward to seeing parents walk into L.C. Kerr School with their little children.
Hargrove Elementary recently recognized its March Students of the Month. They are: Jaime Bass, Dariel Alcocer-Hernandez, Juanita Lopez, Citlali Vazquez, Alex Cruz, Victor Rodriguez, Claire Meyer, Dai'vian Merrell, Angelica Montealvo, Trevon...