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ALL students will need to pay the $25 YEARLY user fee, sign the User Agreement, and the Acceptable Use Policy. The fee can be paid online at Parents must return the Acceptable Use Policy.

Chromebooks will be distributed to students who have signed forms and paid fees starting September 10th.

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Meet the Class of 2024

Our 6th graders are proud to be members of the graduating class of 2024! I can't wait to sit on the stage and watch you (all 177) walk across the stage at John A. Holmes.
#ibelieveinyou — with Brenda Ashley PateMakesha Spivey

Ms. Shaunte' Chappell
Shaunte' Hunt is a seventh grade social studies teacher at Chowan Middle School. She began teaching with Edenton-Chowan Schools in 2007. Prior to teaching in Chowan County, she taught in Bertie County Schools, Nash-Rocky Mount Schools, and Northampton County Schools. Hunt has 17 years teaching experience. She holds a Masters degree in Educational Leadership and School Administration from Jones University, and a Bachelors degree in English from Elizabeth City State University. Hunt also holds National Board of Professional Teaching Standards Certification in Middle Grades Language Arts.

Congratulations to Ms. Shaunte' Chappell for being named the 2018 - 2019 Teacher of the Year! #GoBulldogs

Service Project for Hurricane Victims

Chromebook Deployment

Chromebook's have been deployed. Students who have not paid the user fee, can pay online at or send the payment to school as soon as you can. 



Our PBIS Back to School Glow Dance will be on October 5, 2018, from 6:00pm-8:00pm in the CMS gymnasium. Any student attending must be referral free from August 30th thru October 5th. Admission is FREE, in addition to free food and transportation will be provided from the high school. 

Campbell Named Principal at 
Chowan Middle School 

Alton Campbell has been named Principal of Chowan Middle School effective August 23, 2018. He is currently principal at Northeastern High School in Elizabeth City where he has served in that role for the past two years. Mr. Campbell replaces John Lassiter who is now principal of Hertford Grammar School in Perquimans County. 

“We are extremely excited that Mr. Campbell will be joining our administrative team at Chowan Middle School,” commented Superintendent Dr. Rob Jackson. “I am confident that he will rise to the challenge and provide strong leadership for the school,” he added. 

Prior to becoming a principal, Campbell served as an assistant principal at Farmville Central School in Pitt County. There he also taught middle grades math and science. Mr. Campbell began his teaching career in Bertie County at Bertie County High School where he was named Teacher of the Year in 2013. Campbell entered teaching in 2009 through the Teach for America Corps leaving a career in banking behind to follow his dream to become an educator. 

Mr. Campbell holds a Masters Degree in School Administration from Elizabeth City State University. He earned a Bachelors Degree from Morehouse College in Business Administration and received his teaching credentials from East Carolina University. Mr. Campbell was selected as a committee member on Governor Pat McCrory’s Teacher Advisory Council. He is a member of the Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc., Phi Kappa Phi Honor Society, and Golden Key International Honor Society. He has also served as a mentor and coached girls’ basketball at the middle school level.

Mrs. Shante' White

Please help me congratulate the 2018 - 2019 IAOY Mrs. Shante White. Her positive attitude is infectious through the school. She is a leader and a valuable member of the Bulldog Family.