Stanly county schools

Stanly county schools DEFAULT
per Student
Total Revenue:$80,507,000$9,689
   Revenue by Source
Total Expenditures:$78,730,000$9,475
   Total Current Expenditures:$75,777,000$9,120
      Instructional Expenditures:$50,296,000$6,05366%
      Student and Staff Support:$6,567,000$7909%
      Operations, Food Service, other:$12,145,000$1,46216%
   Total Capital Outlay:$2,230,000$268
   Total Non El-Sec Education & Other:$0$0
   Interest on Debt:$441,000$53


  • * denotes a column with data from 2020-2021
  • [ † ] indicates that the data are not applicable. For example, the enrollment and staff characteristics for districts that opened in the 2020-2021 school year will not be available until the full 2020-2021 file is released.
  • [ – ] indicates that the data are missing.
  • [ ‡ ] indicates that the data do not meet NCES data quality standards.
  • The directory information on district name, address, and phone number are preliminary data from initial submissions of district level data for 2020-2021.
  • Data provided on student membership and staffing are from the official district level data for 2019-2020.

Source:CCD Public school district data for the 2019-2020, 2020-2021 school years


Stanly County Schools has approved a number of reassignments for teachers, principals and other staff members.

The following were resignations and retirements for certified personnel:

Kelly Harrington, PE reacher at Badin (resigned effective June 16); Sarah Harwood, social studies teacher at Stanly Academy (resigned effective June 3); Robert Letto, science teacher at West Stanly High (resigned effective June 30); Anne Mauldin, English teacher at North Stanly (retired effective July 1); Mandy Mills, director of CTE (resigned effective July 31); Corey Poole, music teacher at North Stanly middle and high schools (resigned effective June 14).

The following resignations were classified personnel:

Wanda Aldridge, bus driver at Badin (resigned effective June 4); Robert Furr, part-time custodian at South Stanly Middle (resigned effective June 22); Shada Gadson, CN assistant manager at Endy (resigned effective July 1); Kelly Morton, head custodian at Oakboro STEM (resigned effective June 24).

Reassignments for certified personnel include:

Angela Almond, teacher at AMS to teacher at SCoVE (new position); Judy Almond, teacher at Norwood to teacher at SCoVE (new position); Lesley Bennett, from teacher at Endy to teacher at SCoVE (new position); Erin Gardiner, from science teacher at WSHS to science teacher at Stanly STEMEC (new position); Lori Greene, from teacher at Aquadale to teacher at Locust (new position); Kelly M. Hill, from teacher at Central to Teacher at Oakboro STEM (replacing Keilah McManus); Lynette Hurley-Huneycutt, from EC teacher at SSMS to Math teacher at SSMS (replacing Curtis Grant); Riley Honeycutt, from Spanish teacher at WSHS to tech facilitator at technology (replacing Maureen Davis); Jaime Klinger from math teacher at NSHS to English teacher at NSHS; Lee McClamrock, from counselor at Norwood to counselor at Badin (replacing Kelli Samples); Jerrika Mullinix, from teacher at Endy to teacher at Stanfield (replacing Kim Linker; Kristen Owens-White, from teacher at Stanfield to teacher at Endy (replacing Julie Davis); Julie Poulos, from teacher at Stanfield to teacher at SCoVE (new position); Meredith Sawyer, from CTE-FACS Teacher at SALC to digital learning and media innovation facilitator at SSHS (replacing
Sherry Day); Shane Stewart, CTE-advanced manufacturing teacher at SSHS (from 12 months to 10 months); Jennifer Stokes, from curriculum coach at East Albemarle to teacher at Badin (new position); Amanda Simmons, from CTE-business education teacher at SSMS to art teacher at SSMS (replacing Cheryl Savage-Mazza); Shannon Webster, from teacher at Aquadale to teacher at SCoVE (new position); Leigh Anne Whitley, from teacher at Central to teacher at Stanfield (replacing Julie Poulos).

Reassignments of classified personnel included:

Gale Allen, from CN assistant at Stanfield to CN assistant at Central (administrative transfer); Katherine Andes, from CN assistant at AMS to CN assistant at AHS (administrative transfer); Tracy Efird, from CN assistant manager at Oakboro STEM to CN assistant manager at AHS & Stanly STEM (administrative transfer); LaJuana Gilliam, from CN assistant at NSMS to CN assistant at NSHS (administrative transfer); Jessica Harrison, from CN assistant Manager at Badin to CN assistant manager at NSHS (replacing Miranda Fraley); Kera Isenhour, from CN assistant at Aquadale to CN assistant at Norwood (administrative transfer); Cassie Owens, from CN assistant at Endy to CN assistant at WSHS (replacing Jordan Davis); Sandra Pitsaros, from CN assistant at WSMS to CN assistant at WSHS (administrative transfer); Shannon Pope, from CN assistant at SSMS to CN assistant at SSHS (administrative transfer).

Teacher contract renewals included:

Gabrielle Allen, WSHS 2 years; Meg Deemer, Central 2 years; Tracy Eudy, WSHS 1 year; Amber Flamer, Central 1 year; Emily Morgan, Stanfield 1 year; Jasmine Parker, Central 1 year; Brian Muse, SALC 1 year; Shenise Watson, Central 2 years.

Recommendations for administrative personnel included:

Elliot Brooks, deputy chief technology officer; Tanya Crisco, principal at AHS (replacing Emily Shaw); Laura Huneycutt, dean of student affairs at SECHS and Stanly STEM EC (from 11 months to 12 months); Jennifer Flowe, director of safety and security; Chris Jonassen, principal at SSHS (replacing Tim Woody); Amanda Melton, CTE director (replacing Mandy Mills); Andrea Russell, from assistant principal at Stanly STEM EC to assistant principal at NSHS; Melissa Smith, director of community engagement and dropout prevention (new position).

Recommendations for certified personnel included:

Recommendations for classified personnel include:

Recommended for substitute bus monitor was Derrick Williams.

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Stanly County Schools

Stanly County Schools (abbreviated SCS) is a local education agency headquartered in Albemarle, North Carolina and is the public school system for Stanly County. With over 1,350 employees, Stanly County Schools is the largest employer in Stanly County, North Carolina[2] serving more than 8,700 students in grades PK – 12.


The Stanly County Schools Board of Education, or school board, consists of 9 members—2 at-large and 7 from districts. Members serve staggered four-year terms; the at-large members are elected in the year before presidential elections and the district members are elected in the year after presidential elections.


High schools[edit]

  • Albemarle High School "Bulldogs"
  • North Stanly High School "Comets"
  • South Stanly High School "Rebel Bulls"
  • Stanly Academy Learning Center "Eagles"
  • Stanly Early College "Tigers"
  • West Stanly High School "Colts"

Middle schools[edit]

  • Albemarle Middle School "Bulldogs
  • North Stanly Middle School "Comets"
  • South Stanly Middle School "Rebels"
  • West Stanly Middle School "Colts"

Elementary schools[edit]

  • Aquadale Elementary "Little Bulls"
  • Badin Elementary "Watts"
  • Central Elementary "Bulldogs"
  • East Albemarle Elementary "Bullpups"
  • Endy Elementary"Redskins"
  • Locust Elementary "Colts
  • Millingport Elementary "Wildcats"
  • Norwood Elementary "Patriots"
  • Oakboro Choice STEM Elementary School "Eagles"
  • Richfield Elementary "Tigers"
  • Stanfield Elementary "Wildcats"


External links[edit]


District Data

Enrollment, 2020-21

Total pupils in membership: 8,230

Per Pupil Expenditure, 2019-20

Local Rank: 92, State Rank: 67, Federal Rank: 70
out of 116 districts

Average Class Size, 2019-20



4th Grade


8th Grade


4-Year Cohort Graduation


Four-year cohort graduation rate: 2016-17 entering 9th graders graduating in 2019-20 or earlier

ACT Results, Percent that met benchmark, 2018-19


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Introduction to Benefits for Stanly County Schools 2021


Health Care FSA


Dependent Care FSA







09/07/2021 Board Meeting

Stanly County Schools School District

For the 2021-22 school year, there are 21 public schools serving 8,262 students in Stanly County Schools School District. This district's average testing ranking is 5/10, which is in the bottom 50% of public schools in North Carolina.
Public Schools in Stanly County Schools School District have an average math proficiency score of 39% (versus the North Carolina public school average of 42%), and reading proficiency score of 41% (versus the 46% statewide average).
Minority enrollment is 31% of the student body (majority Black), which is less than the North Carolina public school average of 52% (majority Black).

Top Rankings

Stanly County Schools School District ranks among the top 20% of public school district in North Carolina for:

Largest student body (number of students) (Top 1%)


2018-2019 School Year Data

District Rank

Stanly County Schools School District, which is ranked within the bottom 50% of all 305 school districts in North Carolina (based off of combined math and reading proficiency testing data) for the 2018-2019 school year.
The school district's graduation rate of 91% has increased from 81% over five school years.

Students by Ethnicity:

# American Indian Students
% American Indian Students
# Two or more races Students
% of Two or more races Students

Students by Grade:

# Students in 10th Grade:
# Students in 11th Grade:
# Students in 12th Grade:

District Revenue and Spending

The revenue/student of $9,253 in this school district is less than the state median of $10,287. The school district revenue/student has stayed relatively flat over four school years.
The school district's spending/student of $9,355 is less than the state median of $10,742. The school district spending/student has stayed relatively flat over four school years.

Best Stanly County Schools School District Public Schools (2021-22)

School (Math and Reading Proficiency)
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