Parents come to EHMS to get access to your child's grades, attendance, etc... Visit Ms. Harris in the Guidance Office. 

Ever wonder what Title I is all about? Get the scoop from 
Ms. Creammer in this video.

What is Title I?

If you would like to read the entire HCS's Title I Policy, please click here or if you would like a brief description by HCS's, "What is Title I?" click here.

NC School Report Card Information


For those who want to learn how state’s public schools performed in the last school year, the North Carolina School Report Cards offer a one-stop information source that puts a comprehensive collection of data right at your fingertips. The current Report Cards, are now available at [English/Spanish], feature state-, district- and school-level information about student performance and attendance, class size, school safety, teacher quality and classroom technology. For more information, visit and select the appropriate link under “News.”



Sara Clark

Communications Specialist


NC Department of Public Instruction

Communication and Information Services Division

 6306 Mail Service Ctr | Raleigh, NC  27699-6306
 P 919.807.3458

 F 919.807.3481 


Visit us on the web at All e-mail correspondence to and from this address is subject to the North Carolina Public Records Law, which may result in monitoring and disclosure to third parties, including law enforcement.

Spring Sports Schedules are here!

Using ACT's EXPLORE and PLAN to Get Ready for College

This five-minute video illustrates how ACT's EXPLORE and PLAN programs can help students get ready for college. Click here to view the video.

Links for Parents

Below are web resource links for parents:

Parent Smart - This is your guide to the best and most helpful information about how to help your child succeed in school. The busy life you lead requires that you make the most efficient use of your time for the priorities in your life.

The FBI's Parent Guide to Internet Safety

Protecting Our Kids - Prepared by Bureau of Crime Prevention & Youth Services of Los Angeles County.

The websites below contain information you can use to help your child succeed. You will find general information on education as well as specialized websites for preschool children, students with disabilities and gifted students.

Center for Law and Education This site contains information on educational rights of students with disabilities, Title I, high school reform and education policy issues.

Educational Resources Information Center Sponsored by the U.S. Department of Education, this site is the "world's largest digital library of education literature."

Ohio Public Library Information Network Use this site to find a library, access research databases and find resources and tools to help your child with homework.

MyChild' Learn ways to support your child's education and learning process to prepare them for success in life.

National Association for the Education of Young Children On this site you can find information about kindergarten, child development, activities to do with your young child and recommended books.

National Association for Gifted Children This site contains information for families on parenting gifted children, summer camps, gifted programs and much more.

National Dissemination Center for Children and Youth with Disabilities This site serves as a central source of information on disabilities, special education and research-based information on educational practices.

School Bus Information Clearinghouse The School Bus Information Council provides tips on getting your child safely to and from school.

TipzTime Providing information on a wide range of household topics, TipzTime also contains ideas for arts and crafts projects and recipes you can make with children.

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Policy Code: 1320/3560 HOKE COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION POLICY MANUAL [For Parent Information]  Jul 7, 2015, 12:35 PM Denise Young
Short description/explanation of the Title I Program.  Jul 7, 2015, 12:36 PM Denise Young
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