Message from the Principal

  • Hello,

    Welcome to Southeast Collegiate Preparatory Academy (SCPA) homepage. Where we believe our scholars Enter with Purpose, Excel by Performance, and Exit Prepared. Please explore our links or just browse around. As the Halifax County Schools' collegiate prep school, we STRIVE to offer the students of SCPA numerous opportunities to broaden their horizons and enrich their lives as they focus on matriculating through college, joining the workforce, or serving our country as a soldier.

    Thank you for visiting with us and for allowing us to share SCPA with you. Please visit again and also tell a friend about the great things happening at SCPA!

     Ms. Lykisa McCoy, Principal

School Announcements

  • Message from Principal McCoy - Week of January 11, 2021

     

    Good evening Trojan Families,

    This is the event's message for the week of January 11th through January 15th.

    Students will continue to be remote until the end of the 3rd Nine Weeks in March. Once again, students will remain remote until the topic is revisited by the School Board in March.

    Students check PowerSchool for your updated schedules if you requested a schedule change.  You have the first ten days of school to request a schedule change.  Please ask your teachers for information about the form.

    On the school's website, you will find the daily schedule for remote learning.  All teachers will have face to face synchronous instruction on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays this semester.

    Underclassmen pictures are rescheduled for January 12, 2020.  Please visit the school’s website and check your email for further instructions. Make sure you are on time for your appointment.

    Reports cards are scheduled to go home Monday, January 11, 2020.  If you have not done so, please contact the school with an updated address to receive your child’s report card in a timely manner.  Parents, we provided credit recovery assignments over the break to provide one last effort to assist your child’s success in remote learning.  If your child did not take advantage of this opportunity, it will reflect on their report card. 

    Learning pods will be open on Monday, January 11, 2020.  Please utilize the learning pods.  Students, contact your teacher and arrange a face to face if you do not understand something in the remote leaning instruction.



    Thank you for your time. Have a great week!

     

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  • Message from Principal McCoy - Week of January 4, 2021

     

    Good evening Trojan Families,

    As winter break comes to an end, and a new year begins, we hope you have been reflecting on last year and thinking about what is to come.  I hope that each of you had a wonderful winter break and enjoyed special time with family.


    This is the evening's message for the week of January 6th through January 8th.


    All Halifax County Schools will return to REMOTE LEARNING on Wednesday, January 6th, and will work remotely through Friday, January 8th. All buildings (including learning pods) will remain closed until January 11, 2021.

    Students check your email for information from your homeroom teachers and check PowerSchool for your schedule.  You have the first ten days of school to request a schedule change.  Please ask your teachers for information about the schedule change form.

    Tomorrow’s daily schedule is a regular remote learning schedule.  1st Block will begin at 9:00am. Please check the website for the daily schedule for remote learning.  All teachers will have face to face synchronous instruction on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays this semester.

    Underclassmen pictures are rescheduled for January 12, 2020.  Please visit the school’s website and check your email for further instructions.

    Reports cards are scheduled to go home Monday, January 11, 2020.  Parents, we provided credit recovery assignments over the break to provide one last effort to assist your child’s success in remote learning.  If your child did not take advantage of this opportunity, it will reflect on their report card. 

     

    All buildings will reopen on January 11, 2021 (including learning pods). We will continue to work remotely on Fridays. Please continue to remain diligent about following safety guidelines. We want everyone to return healthy because we have so much to look forward to in 2021!


    Thank you for your time. Have a great week and Happy New Year!

     

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  • 2020-2021 Q1 HONOR ROLL

     

    Q1 Honor Roll

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  • PICTURE DAY!

    **POSTPONED**. PLEASE NOTE THAT PICTURE DAY HAS BEEN POSTPONED.  THE NEW DATE WILL BE ANNOUNCED.**

    Picture Day is approaching! LifeTouch will be at SCPA on December 8th, 2020 to take pictures for all underclassmen! Because of the pandemic, appointments are required for pictures. Please schedule your pictures today! These pictures will be for the school yearbook as well as available for purchase.

    Schedule an Appointment:
    https://booknow.appointment-plus.com/cxhkghhs/
    (Everyone must have an appointment, Walk-ins not permitted)

    We will be following all CDC guidelines, so be sure to wear your mask.

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  • PRESS RELEASES: HOT OFF THE PRESS!

     

     

     

    McCoy

    Halifax County, NC – October 5, 2020

    Halifax County Schools Announces Principal Appointment for Southeast Collegiate Prep Academy.

    The Halifax County Board of Education approved the appointmentof Ms. Lykisa S. McCoy for the position of Principal of Southeast Collegiate Prep Academy on Monday, October 5, 2020. Ms. McCoy has proudly served Halifax County Schools as an Assistant Principal at Southeast Collegiate Prep Academy. Prior to joining the Halifax County family, she worked in Wilson County at Ralph L. Fike High School as a biology and physical science teacher for 3 years, and in Camden County at Camden Middle School as an 8th Grade Science teacher for 17.5 years.

    Ms. McCoy earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Biology from East Carolina University, Greenville, NC. She has earned a Master of Science with a concentration in Adolescent Science Education from Walden University, Minneapolis, MN, a Master of Science in Biology from Elizabeth City State University, Elizabeth City, NC, and a Master of Administration in Education from Elizabeth City State University, Elizabeth City, NC. When Lykisa is not serving Halifax County students and teachers, she enjoys serving her community through her sorority, Sigma Gamma Rho, Inc., traveling, and spending time with friends and family. She is the proud mother of a son, Devan B. McCoy-Sawyer.

    “I am confident that Ms. McCoy will continue to build on Southeast Collegiate Preparatory Academy’s record graduation rate in all aspects of the school programs,” states Dr. Eric L. Cunningham, Superintendent of Halifax County Schools.

     

    Monroe

    Halifax County, NC – September 14, 2020

    Halifax County Schools Names New Executive Director of Human Resources and Operations

    The Halifax County Schools Board of Education approved the appointment of Dr. Gregory E. Monroe for the position of Executive Director of Human Resources & Operations. Dr. Monroe has 22 years of experience in various educational roles. For the last 2 years he has served as the principal of Southeast Collegiate Prep Academy, home of the Mighty Trojans. During his two year tenure, the high school graduation rate increased to a record 84 percent.

    Dr. Monroe started his career in his childhood hometown, Greene County. There, he rose through the ranks serving as a bus driver, teacher, middle school assistant principal, middle school principal, and a director of the Greene County Alternative Education Center. Dr. Monroe earned his Associate in Arts degree from Lenior Community College, Kinston North Carolina. He went on to earn his Bachelor of Science in Education, his Masters in School Administration, as well as his Doctorate in school leadership from East Carolina University, Greenville North Carolina.

    Dr. Monroe and his wife Christa have 3 daughters; Gabrielle age 16, and twins Rayna and Ra’mya age 14. Outside of serving as a father, son, brother, and educator, Dr. Monroe also serves as an associate minister at Perfecting Family and Friends Ministries in La Grange, North Carolina. He enjoys caring for his mother and spending time with his rather large family.

    Dr. Eric Cunningham states, “Dr. Monroe’s wide area of experiences will be instrumental in serving and supporting our schools”. The new role will be effective on November 2, 2020.

     

    Halifax County, NC- October 5, 2020

    Reopening of Schools

    At the Halifax County Board of Education meeting on Monday, October 5, 2020, the Board approved Superintendent Dr. Eric Cunningham’s recommendation to continue with remote learning for the next nine weeks. Dr. Cunningham stated that he would monitor for the next couple of weeks and reserves the right to modify his recommendation at November 2020 board meeting.

    Dr. Cunningham based his recommendation on survey data after listening to parents, students, staff and teachers. The data revealed that there are deep concerns about COVID-19 and its impact on reopening for in-person instruction. Halifax County Schools has suffered a terrible loss and it still resonates in our hearts and minds of our entire community. We will continue to work with our health department officials and monitor the data. With the support and guidance of our health experts, I am certain we will identify the best time to fully reopen. Safety is our highest priority and requires everyone to be in alignment to protect our most precious treasures our children.

     

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  • Dr. Monroe - HCS's New Executive Director of Human Resources & Operations

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  • Ms. McCoy - SCPA's New Principal

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  • Are you interested in STEM? 
     
    Here is a great opportunity to participate in a FREE event.
     
    "In recognition of Black Energy Awareness Month (BEAM) in October, the NC Chapter of the American Association of Blacks in Energy (AABE) will host a free Virtual Youth Energy Academy on Saturday, October 17, 2020 from 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. This event is open to all high school students (grades 9 – 12) to increase their knowledge about the energy industry and new technology. Students will:
    • Learn about careers, jobs and occupational training requirements for different segments of the energy industry
    • Learn the importance of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) as they pursue their education and future careers
    • Receive a certificate of completion
    • Compete for prizes

    Visit https://2020YouthEnergyAcademy.eventbrite.com to register students for this event. Registration closes on October 2nd. Please feel free to share this information with your community. We look forward to seeing you!

     

    High School Youth Energy Academy Virtual Event

     

     

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  • SCPA Virtual Daily Schedule

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  • Access your Online Learning Sites through Clever!

    Clever Login

     

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  • DIY - Homemade Face Masks - https://youtu.be/YnmE9ziLqfk

     

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  • Virtual Guidance Lesson/Workshop - 504 vs. IEP

    504 vs. IEP

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  • Job Interview Tips for Success

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  • Texting Tool Available to Access Food for Children

    Parents who need food assistance for their children can text FOODNC to 877-877 to locate nearby free meal sites. The texting service is also available in Spanish by texting COMIDA to 877-877.

     

    Additionally, No Kid Hungry NC has created a map of local school sites, community organizations and food assistance programs across North Carolina where families can access food. The interactive map can be viewed at nokidhungrync.org/covid19/ 

    and is updated daily. 
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  • ROTC

    Figure Out the Meaning

    Contingency Approach

    Vocabulary

    Leadership Behaviors

    Leadership Ranking

    Military Traditions, Customs and Courtesies

    Plan of Action

    Drill Purpose and Objectives

    Exercise 1

    Exercise 2

     

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  • Secondary Online Resources

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  • Adjusting to Distance Learning

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  • Use this link to access a free online graphing calculator!

    Free Online Graphing Calculator

     

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  • The 3 E's/What's Your E?

    Enroll? Enlist? Employ?

    https://youtu.be/fToh5t5KrAU

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  • School Counseling Survival Packet

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    Gazette Adventures

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    REAL 2.0

    Two Days Away!

    Please join NCBCE for the REAL (Remote Education & Learning) 2.0 Conference. 

    Watch the conference preview video HERE. 

     October 28th, 2020

    The REAL 2.0 Conference is a remote education & learning conference that will provide tips and resources for teachers as well as parents on how to best support your students during this time. The conference is open to ALL North Carolina educators and parents!  All sessions will recorded so you can watch them all!

    Learn more about the conference and register HERE

      Educator session topics include:

    • How to Build a Strong & Engaged Classroom Community
    • Addressing the Needs of Exceptional Learners in the Regular Classroom
    • Google Classroom Tips and Tricks – Intermediate to Advanced
    • Creating Self-paced Blended Lessons for Students
    • Addressing Self Care and Morale for Educators
    • Learning Doesn’t Have to Be Live
    • Intermediate and Advanced Canvas
    • Resources for Struggling Learners
    • Book Creator: Students Can Create and Publish Their Own Books
    • Google Meets Tips, Tricks and New Features – Intermediate to Advanced
    • SEL Virtually: Increasing Classroom Climate & Culture

     Parent session topics include:

    • Partnering with your School to Promote a Positive Online Experience
    • College Application Process/FAFSA Tips
    • Digital Literacy for Guardians- K-12
    • Supporting the Social and Emotional Wellness of Children and Families During COVID
    • Understanding SeeSaw/Canvas/Google Classroom
    • Mental Health Support for Parents of Teens
    • Supporting your Student with Autism During Remote Learning

    Adicionalmente las siguientes sesiones serán en espanol:

    • ¡La universidad es posible! College is Possible!
    • Cómo navegar por las diferentes plataformas (How to navigate the different virtual platforms are children are using in school ) virtuales son los niños que los niños están utilizando en la escuela. 
    • Apoyo al bienestar mental y a la vida familiar durante COVID-19 (Supporting Mental Wellness and Family Life During COVID-19).

     

    For information about other upcoming remote learning conferences click HERE.

     

    #NCeducatorsgettingREAL

    #NCstudentconnect

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  • SCPA SPIRIT WEEK!

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  • WiFi Units in Scotland Neck

    Students and parents of Scotland Neck,
     
    The Wi-Fi units for the Scotland Neck area have all been mounted!  These units are all fully operational and ready for our scholars to use!
     
    Below are the four locations and their passwords:
     
    Shiloh Baptist Church - SchoolBusInternet3894 (Password - access3894)
     
    Dollar Tree Parking Lot - SchoolBusInternet3955 (Password - access3955)
     
    Sun Energy Site - SchoolBusInternet3890 (Password - access3890)
     
    12th Street Area Site - SchoolBusInternet3892 (Password - access3892)
     
    Helping our Children Do The Work!
     
     
     
     
     
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  • Remote Learning Continues in Halifax CountyRemote Learning Continues

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  • Election Night Position

    Election Night Position

     

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  • AABE Event - Youth Energy Academy Virtual Event

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  • Please take a moment to review the attached Statistics in Schools and Census information.

    2020 Census - Make it Count!

    SIS Letter

    Statistics In Schools Fact Sheet

    Partnership Commitment Form

    SIS and 2020 Flyer

    Census Coloring Book

    Census 101

    Census Confidentiality Fact Sheet

    Counting Young Children

    Census Bureau Key Messages

    50 Ways Census Data are Used

     

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  • Halifax County Resources

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  • Secondary Online Learning Resources

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