Onslow County Schools in the News

District Announcements

  • Board of Education Seeks Community Input on Next Superintendent

    The board invites students, parents, and community members to provide input in defining the qualities and characteristics desired in the next OCS superintendent. Interested members of the community are invited to complete a short community survey and find out about other ways to participate at the following link – Superintendent Search Information.

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  • OCS Names Interim Superintendent

    Dr. Ron Singletary
    Dr. Ron Singletary

    The Onslow County Board of Education has named Dr. Ronald B. Singletary as interim superintendent effective upon the retirement of current superintendent Rick Stout later this year.

    Dr. Singletary brings educational leadership experience and knowledge of the community to the system during this transition. He has prior service as superintendent of Onslow County Schools from 1991 to 2006 and most recently served as interim superintendent following the 2013 retirement of Dr.
    Kathy Spencer.

    The Onslow County Board of Education will begin the superintendent search process effective immediately.

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  • Click on the graphic to see Open House events for the upcoming 2018-2019 school year!

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  • OCS Featured as a Tech Leader in Microsoft Publication

    At the beginning of the 2017-2018 school year, Microsoft reached out to Onslow County Schools wanting to feature the district in a case study on its website. OCS is the number one user of Microsoft Teams for Education in the world. Teachers and staff across the county use Microsoft Teams and Microsoft OneNote to organize and digitize their classrooms. An article on the OCS implementation was published on Microsoft.com on May 23. The article applauds OCS' use of technology, particularly Microsoft products, to enhance the learning environment and facilitate growth in the district. Also recognized are the district's 1:1 program, in which every OCS student in grades 3-12 receives a laptop device, and the district's excellent digital leadership.

    See the article and read more about how OCS is a pioneer in digital learning here: How Onslow County engages students with Windows and Office 365

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