Each year, Parents for Public Schools of Pitt County speaks with hundreds of parents and community members to learn how our community is feeling about the successes and challenges facing Pitt County Schools. And each year, we compile the comments from those conversations (which have been shared anonymously) and share them with the Board of Education and key administrators for Pitt County Schools, pointing out top themes that rose to the top throughout the year. This compilation of comments from community conversations is used as a resource when key decision makers are making choices about how to improve the schools in the coming year.

Some issues that have been influenced by our past community conversations include open enrollment, the kindergarten staggered entry process, and school uniforms. We hope you will join us on March 27th at 6:30pm at the Communities, Schools, and Recreation Building at Alice Keene Park in order to share your voice about what is going well with Pitt County Schools and what you would like to see change. Consider Parents for Public Schools the vehicle that can drive your voice directly to the board and administrators of Pitt County Schools. We look forward to seeing you at the upcoming community conversation and hearing what you have to say! Register by clicking here.