During the January 8, 2013 meeting of the Bertie County Board of Education, the Board approved the following change to the calendar:
January 15, 16, and 17 have been designated as Early Release Days for Bertie High School and Bertie STEM High School ONLY. All other schools will continue to operate on a normal schedule, including Bertie Early College.
Friday, January 18 remains an Early Release Day for the entire district.
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Bertie County Schools is announcing the creation of a new Bullying and Incident reporting hotline and reporting form. These tools can be used to allow staff, students, parents, and community to safely and anonymously report incidents that have occurred in schools including threats, bullying and harassment. All reports made are anonymous and confidential. Anyone with information about incidents occurring on campus are asked to report. District teams will review and investigate each report to the extent possible based on the information provided.
If you have any questions about this program, please contact Karen Rodman, Director of Student Services at (252) 794-6007 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Since the Groundbreaking Ceremony for the New Bertie High School on November 20, 2012, the contractors and architects have been hard at work preparing the site for construction. Teams have been clearing land, installing water and sewer systems, and preparing to begin pouring concrete next month. Wimco Corp, the contracting firm building the new school, has set up a live webcam so that all citizens of Bertie County may monitor the progress of the construction. Click on this link
, and select "Bertie High School".
Brook Bowen, a senior at Bertie STEM High School, signed a letter of intent to play softball next year at Chowan University. She is the recipient of an academic and athletic scholarship. Her mother is Renee Bowen and her father is Raleigh Bowen. Brook is planning on majoring in history and becoming a teacher.