Onslow County Schools in the News
NMSI Comes to JHS and WOHS
OCS is excited to announce the expansion of the NMSI program to Jacksonville High School and White Oak High School! This expansion was made possible by a generous $322,158 grant from the Department of Defense. Read more about NMSI and what it means for our students here: OCS NMSI Expansion.
Swansboro High Earns National Recognition
On Wednesday, November 18, the Swansboro High School Student 2 Student team learned that it was named the top high school team in the nation! Read more about hte Student 2 Student program and the SBHS team here: SBHS S2S Team Earns National Recognition
OCS Reopening Information
As the new school year approaches, we want to ensure that our staff and families are well-informed and well-prepared for the new school landscape.
Families can find a full guide, with information regarding safety precautions, health screenings, transportation, academics and more, here, on the district’s reopening site: Reopening Guide for Families.
A similar guide, specifically written with staff in mind, can be found here: Reopening Guide for Employees.
OCS Hiring Bus Drivers
Onslow County Schools is hiring bus drivers for the 2020-2021 school year. Applications for the December 1-3 driver class are due no later than Monday, November 30. You can find more information on the application process and future class dates here: OCS Bus Driver Classes.
Meal Benefit Applications
The OCS School Nutrition office is currently accepting online and paper meal benefit applications.
Paper applications are being accepted by mail at P.O. Box 99, Jacksonville, NC 28540.
Parents can find the online application here: Meal Benefit Applications.
Paper applications can be printed from here: Paper Meal Benefit Application.
Spanish applications can be printed from here: Spanish Meal Benefit Application.
You can contact the Child Nutrition office with any questions.
Contact Information for District Communications
In order to stay up to date on the latest news and updates from the district, we encourage our families to ensure that their most recent contact information, including phone numbers and email addresses, is on file at their schools. Having current and accurate information is essential in our effort to provide the OCS family with important notices and updates.
If you or someone you know has not been, or has stopped, receiving district notices, please contact your school's data manager to confirm that your contact information is entered correctly.