CCS Staff In the Know
Watch the Virtual Graduation Ceremonies HERE!
Congratulations to the Class of 2020!
We are so proud of our graduates perseverance, positive attitude, and most importantly their heart. They have demonstrated such grace during their high school career. This class is destined for greatness.
June 13th, 2020, would have been graduation for our traditional high schools. Due to the Governor's Orders, our high schools were unable to hold a traditional commencement and keep our families safe & healthy. So Havelock High & New Bern High elected to hold a hybrid graduation and West Craven High will plan their graduation for August. Our Early Colleges are planning a special day along with Craven Community College later this month.
Get your tissues out and enjoy the special video presentations but together to celebrate our Class of 2020.

Class of 2020 Commencement Ceremony 🎓🎉🎓

Havelock High School

New Bern High School

West Craven High School
On June 8, 2020, the North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services released Interim Guidance for reopening schools for the 2020-2021 school year. It is titled StrongSchoolsNC. To access the document click here:
On June 10, 2020, the North Carolina Department of Public Instruction released "Lighting Our Way Forward" an operational guidebook for reopening public schools that is a companion to the work of NCDHHS. These documents will help to focus the work of the system as we begin to plan for return to school in the fall. To access this document click here:
Stay tuned to our website and social media for continued updates and ways to be engaged in providing input about our work on the Road to ReOpen.
Homeless Families due to COVID-19

We need to know about your families that have lost housing due to COVID-19!
Due to COVID-19, some of our families have faced difficult times and may have been evicted or had to move in with family/friends, stay in hotels or even go to one of our homeless shelters. If you become aware of a student that has become “homeless” (living with others due to economic hardship, in a hotel/motel/camper, or in a shelter, etc) please email Debbie Hodges at . She will need the name of the student and what their current situation is (hotel, camper, shelter, car, living with others) and the date they became homeless or the date you became aware of their situation. Federal reporting guidelines require us to keep a list of students that become homeless due to this particular event (COVID-19) in addition to our regular homeless annual reporting. This is an ongoing, changing situation, so please email this information as you become aware of it through the summer.
Crisis Chat and Mobile Crisis
Some of our families are in crisis and need help in these challenging and confusing times.
Please consider sharing information about Crisis Chat
with parents and students through your websites or other means of communication. 
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