K-7 DISTANCE LEARNING
All Lower School teachers will facilitate distance learning through the use of several third party websites. While some of these sites offer free access, most of them require some type of student/school login. Please see the document below for instructions for your grade level that include the login information if applicable.
(Please note that the list is in order by grade level)
8-12 DISTANCE LEARNING
All Upper School teachers will facilitate distance learning through Google Classroom. Please download the Google Classroom app from the iOS or Google Play store on your smartphone or tablet and sign in using your NECP student email account. You can also access Google Classroom via any Windows computer in your browser. After you have logged in, you can then join your classes using the link below that contains the class join codes for your course of study.
(Please note that the courses are in alphabetical order by instructor last name/email address)
We will be open on Friday, April 24 from 8:00 - 10:00 am and 4:00 - 6:00 pm for parents to pick up packets for their students without internet access. K-7 parents should report to the cafeteria in the lower school building. Families in grades 8 - 12 should report to the upper school lobby.
We will be open on Friday, April 3 from 8:00 - 10:00 am and 4:00 - 6:00 pm for parents to pick up packets for their students without internet access. K-7 parents should report to the cafeteria in the lower school building. Families in grades 8 - 12 should report to the upper school lobby.
We will be open on Monday, March 23 from 8:00 - 10:00 am and 4:00 - 6:00 pm for parents to pick up packets for their students without internet access. K-7 parents should report to the cafeteria in the lower school building. Families in grades 8 - 12 should report to the upper school lobby.
For those with internet access, there will be information posted on our website by Monday in the top banner to link the online resources.
Thank you in advance for your patience as we work together to keep our community safe!
As the NECP Child Nutrition Director, I have been in contact with the other CN Directors in our area, as advised by NCDPI.
Our students can receive meals from the following places:
Meals are available from Edgecombe County Schools. They may be picked up in all Edgecombe County School bus parking lots, except the Early College. Breakfast will be served from 8-9. Lunch will be served from 11:30-1:00
Meals will also be delivered to students along all bus routes. Breakfast will begin at 8am, and lunch will begin at 11:30
The information can be found at their Facebook page
Free meals will be served, beginning March 18, between 10:30 to 1:30 at the following sites. Meals will be pick up only.
Rocky Mount Middle
Spring Hope Elementary
Nash Central Middle
This information can be found on their Facebook page:
Halifax County is currently feeding students on their bus routes. I have not yet received the locations of their feeding sites. As soon as I receive them, I will pass that information along.
Any students can receive meals from the aforementioned districts.
Parents may also contact NECP directly if their children do not have easy access to the meals at these locations. If this is the case, our cafeteria staff and bus drivers are preparing to deliver food to area of needs, at the direction of Mr. Etheridge.
I hope this information is helpful and that you all stay safe and healthy during this difficult time. We are here to help!
Child Nutrition Director
252-641-0464 ext. 1146
The Governor's office is recommending that the week of March 16 be used by staff to create plans and resources for students to continue learning at home. However, the Governor's order does not mandate that remote or distance learning opportunities for students be offered between March 16 through March 30. We will share our plan for remote learning with our stakeholders as soon as it is available. Students in online courses should continue current virtual learning opportunities. Please feel free to contact the school if you have any questions. Thank you.
NC Governor Roy Cooper has issued the mandatory closure of all NC public schools beginning Monday, March 16. This will be for at least two weeks, March 16-30.
Monday will be a mandatory workday for all staff.