Halifax County School District Board of Education Goals

Student Achievement
The Halifax County School District will drive accelerated achievement for all students to eliminate the achievement gap, with a focus on low performing schools, the well being of students, and professional development for teachers and other school personnel.

Fiscal Management
The Halifax County School District will ensure sound fiscal management through budgets and audits being in compliance with all governmental regulations and guidelines producing unqualified audits through internal audits; following a procedural manual for monthly, quarterly, and end of fiscal year audits.

Community Engagement
The Halifax County School District will use direct and indirect methods of communications to increase stakeholder awareness of factors that impact student achievement and ways to become involved in the educational process.

Recent News

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October 2014 Student of the Month

  Winter Harris                                     

Wynter Harris

October 2014 Employee of the Month

Janet Ward

Janet Ward

2015 Teacher of the Year
Jennifer Friend
Jennifer Friend

2014 Student of the Year
Mar'Quavious Hewlin
Mar'Quavious Hewlin

2014 Employee of the Year
Beverly Vassor
Beverly Vassor

Grant Opportunities

~Halifax County Schools Education Foundation, Inc Grants~
Education Foundation Promotes Excellence in the form of grants for Innovative Projects for Halifax County Schools' teachers, the Dr. Willie J. Gilchrist Scholarship for one graduating senior  from Northwest Halifax High School & Southeast Halifax High School, and summer academic camps for Halifax County School's students.  For additional information, please contact Ms. Marjorie Thorne at 252.583.5111 ext. 248 or email her at thornem@halifax.k12.nc.us


The Halifax County School District is in the process of preparing applications for federal funding in several areas of the school district programming.  Those areas include:  Title I Program Funds, School Improvement Funds, Title II Program Funds, Rural and Low Income Schools, Migrant Education Funds, Individuals with Disabilities Act, IDEA Part B, and federal funds for Career and Technical Education.  The applications describe how Halifax County proposes to use federal funds to impact student achievement for the 2014-2015 school year.  Interested stakeholders are invited to make comments and suggestions at the office of the Superintendent of Schools, 9525 Highway 301 South, Halifax, NC 27839.  For more information, call Mrs. Tyrana B. Battle at 252.583.5111 or email her at battlet@halifax.k12.nc.us.