Message from the Principal

Ms. Jacqueline D. Williams

Phone: 252-445-5268

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Ms. Jacqueline D. Williams

       I would like to welcome you to Pittman Elementary Leadership Academy’s website. It gives me great pleasure to continue to serve as this community’s principal. We have accomplished some great things this school year and I am looking forward to even greater things to come during the 2018-2019 school year. I urge you to visit the page often, as we will provide you with important updates and reminders about our school’s activities and events.

       It is my firm belief and our school’s vision that Pittman Elementary Leadership Academy’s students will seize educational opportunities and rise to the demands of globally competitive communities. As we embark on a new journey to further enhance our students’ academic successes, it is our sincere hope that you will continue to support our school’s programs to make this happen.

       As always, if you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to contact the school at (252) 445-5268. I can also be reached via email at   williamsj@pi.halifax.k12.nc.us.

Ms. Jacqueline D. Williams

From the Eagles' Nest

  • Pittman Elementary Leadership Academy's administration, staff and students would like to thank all the mothers, grandmothers, aunts, sisters, and mothers-of-the-heart who came out to support our "Movie with Mom" program on Wednesday, May 15.  The multipurpose room was filled to capacity.  We hope that you enjoyed your fellowship time with your student(s).  We know that parents are the first teachers--thank you for allowing us the opportunity to teach and nuture your child(ren).

     

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  •  Attention all parents and stakeholders:

    Please follow us on Twitter @Pela Eagles 

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  • Eagles Strive for Five

    We are striving for five.

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District Announcements

  • Message from the Office of Superintendent Dr. Eric L. Cunningham

    Approximately thirteen years ago, one hundred and five students started a journey that would end with the familiar culminating experience, high school graduation. On Wednesday, May 22nd, a beautiful commencement ceremony for Northwest Halifax Collegiate and Tech Academy was filled with musical talent and special awards for graduates who demonstrated academic prowess. Students with substantive grade point averages earned high-ranking positions such as valedictorian and salutatorian; such accolades belong to the recipients forever.

    Graduation should be cherished as an event wherein individuals respect the journey endured by our scholars. It should be immune from destructive behaviors that will bring about marks of embarrassment in the minds of our youth.

    Mothers, Fathers, Grandparents and young children should be able to celebrate together without worrying about violence brought into the camp by unruly individuals. Instead of the joy that should accompany such a wonderful occasion, for the rest of their lives, these graduates will associate the ONLY high school graduation they will ever have, with the events that took place on Wednesday, May 22, 2019.

    The ceremony was beautiful and the message delivered was meant to inspire scholars to make wise decisions about the future, a future existing slightly beyond the exit doors of the venue. It is unfortunate that altercations erupted by people in attendance at the ceremony interrupted this special occasion and turned it into a mockery that was shameful to our families and community.

    We will rise above this ordeal and continue our quest to chart a new course. Halifax County Schools responded to the threat to ensure the safety of our students, staff and community. I would like to thank our first responders, the parents and staff who assisted in restoring order. Our collective efforts demonstrated that we are not going to tolerate this type of disrespect anymore. Thank you for not losing faith in Halifax County Schools. #HalifaxRise
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  • Good evening. This is Chatesha Dickens, Public Information Officer for Halifax County Schools, with an important message. Today was a great day! Congratulations to the 2019 Northwest Collegiate and Technical Academy graduates. Today, there were 105 graduates who will be either entering the workforce, military, or college resulting in over seven hundred thousand dollars in scholarships. Superintendent Dr. Eric Cunningham is very proud of our graduates' accomplishments. Unfortunately, members of our community engaged in an altercation that impacted the closing march for our graduates. Halifax County Schools Resources officers and officials responded immediately to ensure the safety of the attendees. Safety is our #1 priority. The district will go to great measures to ensure the safety of all students. As always, thank you for listening, have a good night, again, Congratulations to the 2019 graduates of Halifax County Schools.

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  • LAST DAY OF SCHOOLJune 7, 2019

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  • HCS Summer Food Service Program 2019

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  • Countdown to Graduation

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