Surry County Schools is proud to announce that Mr. Jeff Edwards, Surry County School System’s Science Institute Coordinator, has received two very prestigious awards. Edwards has been selected to be a part of the 2020-2022 NCSLA Fellows Cohort. The NCSLA Fellows Cohort is a science leadership program sponsored by the North Carolina Science Leadership Association (NCSLA). NCSLA leads the Science Leadership Fellows Program to foster the development of leaders in North Carolina, to enhance professional competence and develop the leadership abilities necessary to
On April 6 at the Surry County Board of Education meeting, Mrs. Misti Holloway was approved as the new principal of Surry Central High School. Additionally, the Surry County Board of Education would like to congratulate Mr. Bill Goins, principal of Surry Central High School, who recently announced his retirement. Mr. Goins is a twenty-seven year veteran educator in the Surry County School System. Over his career, Goins has worked as a teacher, coach, assistant principal, and principal.
The Surry Central Golden Eagles baseball team shared a special tribute to teachers and students during these uncertain times. The team came together under the leadership of coaches, Jeff Edmonds and Hank Whitaker to create the moving video of the team reading aloud the famous book, “Casey the Bat” written by Ernest Thayer.
COVID-19 is a constantly evolving situation for local communities, the state of North Carolina and the nation. As a result, the Surry County Board of Education is being responsive to the needs of our school system, and the needs of students. The Surry County Board of Education and Superintendent, Dr. Travis L. Reeves are evaluating the day-to-day needs given this rapidly evolving pandemic. Consequently, to ensure
Governor Roy Cooper’s issuance of Executive Order No. 121, a Stay At Home Order, in response to the COVID -19 pandemic, required Surry County residents to stay at home for 30 days, beginning Monday, March 30 at 5 p.m. Consistent with that executive order, Surry County Schools Administrative Offices are closed, and most services are available remotely or by appointment. Faculty and staff members are working remotely unless they are
All students wishing to attend the magnet school who do not live within the residential zone of Meadowview will complete the following application. The application will need to be returned to Mr. Matt Scott, Assistant Principal/Recruitment Coordinator of Meadowview Magnet, by April 27, 2020.