MESSAGES 2014 :: MAY 16, 2014


Superintendent's Report for NC Four-Year Graduation Rate Now Online
The Superintendent's Report for the 2012-13 North Carolina Four-Year Cohort Graduation Rate is now available on the Message Graduate website at The report shows the latest results for the state, school districts and high schools' Four-Year Cohort Graduation Rate along with longitudinal disaggregated analysis.

NCDPI Data Calendar Lists Required Data Reports for 2014-15
The NCDPI's annual data calendar serves as the master schedule of all recurring annual data reports required by the agency. The list of required data submissions for 2014-15 is available to review at

Helping Military Children Achieve Academic Success is Goal of Reach MCNC
A new page highlighting liaison personnel for education communities and the military families they serve has been added to the NC Supports Military Children website. Reach Every Military Child in North Carolina (Reach MCNC) consists of school liaison officers from military bases across North Carolina. The school officers assist local military officials with school-related issues and help military families transition to area schools. In addition, the school officers work with administrators and educators in local school districts to help them understand and address military-related issues and concerns. To learn about Reach MCNC, please visit

Child Nutrition's Updated CEP Worksheets on the Web
Worksheets for Child Nutrition's Community Eligibility Provision (CEP) have been updated and are available on the Child Nutrition website at The worksheets include:

  • CEP Site Data Template
  • Sample - CEP Site Data Worksheet
  • CEP Reimbursement Worksheet
  • Sample - CEP Reimbursement Worksheet

Innovative Programs in the News Featured in "Celebrate NC Schools" Archives
The "Celebrate NC Schools" Archives highlights innovative programs in North Carolina Schools and districts that have been featured in local, state and national media. Learn more about the novel approaches that educators are using to make a positive difference in students' learning experiences by visiting

Home Base Weekly Newsletter Features Latest Program News
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