Accountability and Assessment
The Accountability and Assessment Department is responsible for the administration of the state testing program.  The department assists teachers and administrators with the disaggregation of data as well as submitting testing data to the NC DPI.  
Child Nutrition
Weldon City Schools Child Nutrition Overview Weldon City Schools consist of three school sites with conventional, self-preparation (on-site), air conditioned food service facilities.  Each site has a manager and assistant manager.  The sites are Weldon Middle School, Weldon Elementary, and Weldon High/STEM Academy Cafeterias.  The child nutrition unit is staffed with thirteen employees and one full-time director.  The child nutrition budget is over $760,000.00.  As reported on the monthly participation reports submitted to the state department, Average Daily Membership (ADM) is 1080 and Average Daily Attendance (ADA) is 1015.   Approximately 94% of the total student membership is present daily. Weldon City Schools' Child Nutrition Program provides federally regulated nutritious and appealing meals of high quality in a pleasant atmosphere.  The program has established good rapport among school food service employees, principals, board members, administrators, local community, media and students.   The child nutrition department encourages empowerment for its employees and continue to educate students, parent, faculty, administrators, and the community on nutritional trends and dietary regulations that will impact on their lives.      In accordance with Federal law and U.S. Department of Agriculture policy, this institution is prohibited from discriminating on the basis of race, color, national origin, gender, age, or disability. To file a complaint of discrimination, write USDA, Director, Office of Civil Rights, 1400 Independence Avenue, SW, Washington, D.C. 20250-9410 or call (800) 795-3272 or (202) 720-6382 (TTY). USDA is an equal opportunity provider and employer.
Curriculum and Instruction The Curriculum and Instruction Department in the Weldon City Schools provides the district leadership for curriculum and instruction, PreK-12. It is the goal of the curriculum department to ensure the written curriculum is the taught curriculum and the taught curriculum is what will be assessed to determine the effectiveness of instructional practices.  The mission of the Weldon City Schools district, in part, is to “create and maintain a highly effective educational system in which every student receives the highest quality education.”  To support the mission, the Curriculum and Instruction Department provide the necessary support to stakeholders for students to achieve academically, become College and Career Ready, and be globally competitive. Not only support to stakeholders, but the department develops and support curriculum guides to teachers, assist with identifying and implementing not only best teaching practices, but also best leadership practices needed to promote a true professional learning community. All content areas are part of the Curriculum and Instruction and the content areas are Mathematics, Science, Language Arts, Social Studies, Music, Physical Education, English as a Second Language, and Foreign Language, and the Arts.  Specific departments (or areas) of the Curriculum and Instruction Department are: Student Services (Exceptional Children, Pre-K, Nurses, Counselors), Federal Programs (Title I, English as a Second Language, Parental Involvement), Career and Technical Education, Technology, Testing and Accountability, Textbooks, and Media Services. If there are any specific questions pertaining to any areas of The Curriculum and Instruction Department for Weldon City Schools, please click on the specific link to the department.  If you are uncertain of the department, please call the main curriculum and department office at:  (252) 536-4821 Ext. 237 or email at: or   
ESL Programs
Exceptional Children
The Exceptional Children's Department is committed to providing services to children with special needs and their families by guaranteeing a free, appropriate public education in a least restrictive environment. It is the goal of the department to build student achievement through addressing the academic, social, and emotional needs of all children through the use of 21st century learning practices.
The Finance Department has the responsibility of recording and reporting on the financial activities of the school and of verifying that all financial transactions are conducted and recorded in accordance with the budget ordinance, applicable laws, guidelines provided by regulatory agencies, generally accepted accounting principles and system policies. Listed are some of the duties performed in fulfilling the department’s responsibilities: · Supervising the receipt, deposit and investment of cash · Reconciliation of all System bank accounts · Approving all invoices and contracts prior to payment · Disbursing funds for payment to suppliers · Maintaining expenditure records for all the systems grants · Disbursing employee payroll funds · Preparing financial reports for Board of Education · Coordinating the annual system audit · Meeting regularly with Director’s and Principal’s on budget The Finance staff includes the Finance Director, Accounts Payable, Payroll and Benefits.
Human Resources
 "We are Committed to Career Opportunities for All".  Weldon City Schools is an equal opportunity employer who fully and actively supports equal access for all people regardless of race, color, religion, gender, age, national origin, veteran status, disability or genetic information. Additionally, we prohibit retaliation against individuals who oppose such discrimination and harassment or who participate in an equal opportunity investigation.  
 Student Services
Technology Department
The Weldon City Schools technology department is staffed by one Lead Technician, one Computer Technician and a Technology Director. The primary role of the technology department at Weldon City Schools is the implementation and support of technology resources within the school district. Various types of technology supported include: computers, networking equipment, telephone systems, audio/video distribution systems, presentation equipment, whiteboards, and more. The technology department also works with school district faculty, staff, and students in providing training and assistance in the use of new and existing technology resources.
Title I/Parent Involvement
The mission of the Weldon City Schools Parent Involvement Program is to foster positive communication between home and school. Parents will be encouraged to play a positive role in students learning to develop caring, competent and responsible citizens for life.


301 Mulberry Street | Weldon, NC 27890 |  Phone: (252) 536-4821