News & Announcements

Recap December Board of Education Presentations

The Weldon City Schools district leadership recognized students, parents, and employees for their outstanding character, dedication, and exemplary service during the December Board of Education meeting. The recognitions are as follows:. **Read Full Story to watch past live stream**

KICKZ 4 KIDZ EVENT

The CAM I AM Youth Foundation Inaugural Kickz 4 Kidz provided shoes to families in Weldon City Schools. Due to the pandemic, the donation was accepted by the district for distribution to families in need. A wide assortment of athletic, casual, and dress shoes ranging from toddler to adult shoes was received and available through the districtwide clothing closet. **Read Entire Story **

Welcome Mrs. Tekeyla Jones, Principal

Weldon City Schools is happy to announce Mrs. Tekeyla Jones, Principal of Weldon Elementary Global Academy. Mrs. Jones is originally from Ahoskie, North Carolina and currently resides in Nashville, NC.

Special Called Meeting to Swear in New Board Members

Weldon City School Board welcomes two newly elected and one re-elected board member on Thursday, December 10, 2020, during a Special Called Meeting. Newly elected Mrs. Donna B. Harrison and Ms. Kimberly Ann Robinson, along with re-elected Reverend Dr. O. D. Sykes, will be sworn in at 5:30 p.m. during a Special Called Meeting held at Weldon STEM High School – Career Academies located at 415 County Road in Weldon, North Carolina. **Read Full Story**

Superintendent Search - Community Survey

The district Superintendent search is in process. The North Carolina Board Association is serving as the recruiting agency and is requesting input from community stakeholders. Stakeholders include parents, students, and community members at large. **Read Full Story**

Housing Opportunities - Preventions of Evictions (HOPE)

The Housing Opportunity and Prevention of Evictions (HOPE) Program is a new statewide initiative
that provides rent and utility assistance to eligible low- and moderate-income renters experiencing
financial hardship due to the economic effects of COVID-19. The new program will help prevent
evictions and utility disconnections in order to promote housing stability during the ongoing pandemic.
HOPE is an initiative of the NC Office of Recovery and Resiliency, a division of the North Carolina Department of Public Safety.
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