National Summer Transportation Institute Graduation

A special graduation ceremony was held for the nineteen students that participated in this program. It was held on June 30th at Warren County High School. Check out scenes from the event.


Welcome and Remarks: Lyndon Hall, Dean of Warren Campus,VGCC

Graduates

Leslie Dundas, Camp Assistant Coordinator

Leigh Dennis, CEM, Manager Fleet Service from Carolina Sun rock gave the graduation address

The students gave presentations and demonstrations from their experiences at the camp




Special Awards were presented to students that excelled during the camp

Presentation of Certificates were done by Odessa Perry, Dr. Angela Ballentine, Vice President of Student Affairs, VGCC; Lynise DeVance, Civil Rights Program Manager, Federal Highway Administration, and JoAna McCoy, Education Initiatives Coordinator, North Carolina Department of Transportation
Closing Remarks were given by Dr. Levy Brown, Vice President of Student Services, VGCC


Congratulations to the students and staff that made this camp a huge success

National Summer Transportation Institute

Nineteen students from Warren County High School participated in this summer institute sponsored by Vance Granville Community College, Warren County Schools and the North Carolina Department of Transportation. The camp exposed students to all aspects of the transportation industry. Check out scenes from the camp.














SREB Visits Warren County to Plan Project Based Learning Professional Development

Tresha Layne from the Southern Regional Education Board met with The Instructional Leadership Team to begin implementation plans for the Project Based Learning in Career Pathway Programs. This program is focused on students using this method to better understand academic and career focused instruction. Teachers and staff members will participate in several professional development sessions to prepare for this program.



AMSTA Student Interns Complete Wall for Nureva System

Three Summer Interns completed the wall that will be used to install the Nureva Span System. Check out their work below. Also, click on the link below to check out the Nureva system that will be installed and used by students next school year.



















Summer Cruising Day 3 Part 2

The Warren County Schools delegation concluded this years Summer Cruising with an afternoon tour of Carolina Sunrock. The Butner facility produces stone of various sizes. It also includes a concrete production plant.