Due to continued hazardous road conditions and damages to schools/facilities, the Public Schools of Robeson County (PSRC) will be closed from Monday, October 1 through Friday, October 5, 2018 for students. Over the upcoming days, the Public Schools of Robeson County employees will be notified when it is time to report to work in preparation for the reopening of schools. Principals or immediate supervisors will be the first point of contact. Please be reminded, that the Public Schools of Robeson County Board of Education must approve any adjustment to the school calendar.
Additionally, all high school athletic activities and events may continue on a voluntary basis. Student-athletes shall not be penalized if they are unable to attend any practice or game as a result of Hurricane Florence. Driver’s Education can resume on Monday, October 1, 2018.
The Public Schools of Robeson County is working diligently to return to its regular schedule. The top priority of the Public Schools of Robeson County continues to be the safety of students and staff. With this in mind, PSRC staff, along with contractors, will continue to assess and repair damages to our schools and facilities.
As the school year winds to a close, the Pembroke Warrior Staff come together to reflect and celebrate the success of the year. Hard work and dedication have paid off for the Warriors! Coaches and athletes brought home four county championships this year. PBIS was highly successful. And academics reached an all-time high point.Read Full Story
Mrs. Mary McLeod, the principal at West Hoke Middle and her staff adopted our school and raised the money to help pay for supplies that teachers lost when their rooms flooded as a result of Hurricane Matthew. A HUGE thank you goes out to staff and students at West Hoke Middle School!Read Full Story