Elizabeth City-Pasquotank Public Schools

ECPPS District Improvement Plan

Good afternoon ECPPS families, 

On September 2, I emailed to share with you that ECPPS was identified as one of the twenty-nine low-performing school districts in North Carolina. A school district is identified as low-performing when over half of the schools in the district are marked low-performing based on the North Carolina School Report Card. In ECPPS, eight of our thirteen schools have been identified as low-performing. 

Working with our school and district leaders, we have developed a District Improvement Plan that will guide the necessary work for us to exit low-performing status. I am asking you to review our plan and give your feedback. 

After reviewing your feedback and making revisions to our plan, I will present the final draft to the Board of Education on September 26. 

Click here to review the ECPPS District Improvement Plan.

Click here to provide your feedback on the plan.

Thank you for your support. 

Keith

Keith Parker
Superintendent
Elizabeth City-Pasquotank Public Schools