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Friday, February 12th - Home Satellite Day
NERSBA will operate on a Home Satellite Conference Day schedule on Friday, February 12th due to anticipated weather conditions. All scholars should check their Canvas page and/or email for any assignments posted by teachers. All staff will be available online between 9:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. Any scholars taking online courses through Martin Community College are still responsible for all online assignments.
Updates for the Week of February 8th
*Tuesday, February 9th at 8:30 a.m. - All senior scholars will be administered the ACT Workkeys assessments in the NERSBA Technology Center. Please be on campus no later than 8:20 a.m. The staff at Martin Community College is aware that you will be at NERSBA for the ACT Workkeys administration.

*Tuesday, February 9th - Progress Reports will be sent home for the 3rd grading period.

*Wednesday, February 10th - Home Satellite Day - Parent Conferences will take place from 1:00-7:30 p.m.

*Monday, February 15th - Scholars will participate in a Satellite Conference Day from 9:00 a.m.-2:15 p.m. Students who are enrolled in classes onsite at Martin Community College should report to their respective classes. Students from each county will meet at a designated site in their county. Beaufort County students will meet at the Beaufort County Ag. Extension Office, 155-A Airport Rd in Washington. Martin County students will meet in Room 14 at Martin Community College in Williamston. Pitt County students will meet at the Pitt County Ag. Extension Office, 403 Government Circle in Greenville. Tyrrell County and Washington County students will meet at the Vernon James Center, 207 Research Station Road, Plymouth. NERSBA scholars who have classes on campus at Martin Community College should report to them. Breakfast and lunch will NOT be provided and transportation will NOT be provided.

*Tuesday, March 1st at 8:30 a.m. - All junior scholars will be administered the ACT. Please be on campus no later than 8:20 a.m.

*Tuesday, March 15th - NERSBA Student Applications are due for the 2016-17 school year.

*Tuesday, March 22nd - The Spring NERSBA's Got Talent Show will be held in the NERSBA's Performing Arts Center. Information regarding auditions will be shared in the near future.

Information regarding the upcoming sale of NERSBA spirit wear will be shared soon.
NERSBA Holds NHS Induction Ceremony
On Thursday, December 3, 2015, the Northeast Regional School of Biotechnology and Agriscience held its first ever National Honor Society Induction Ceremony. Fifty-two juniors and seniors were inducted into this organization based on their...
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NERSBA's Got Talent Show is Held
NERSBA is full of people with many talents outside of the academic spectrum. With this in mind, the school hosted its first ever “NERSBA’s Got Talent Show” on Thursday, December 10th. This talent show was the...
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2016-17 School Year Application Window is now open!
Students who will be 9th graders in the 2016-17 school year and are interested in attending the Northeast Regional School of Biotechnology and Agriscience must submit an application for admission.
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Scholars Participate in Labs with NC BioNetwork
Recently, NERSBA sophomore scholars in Ms. Gurganus’ chemistry classes participated in lab experiments with the NC BioNetwork.
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NERSBA Participates in Ag Expo 2015
On November 12, 2015, NERSBA scholars and staff participated in the Northeast Regional Ag Expo 2015 at the Senator Bob Martin Eastern Agricultural Center in Williamston, NC. The event provided attendees with the opportunity to meet with representatives of local, agriculture-related...
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Scholars Participate in Gem Mining
Scholars in Ms. Paul's Earth and Environmental classes and Ms. Gurganus' Chemistry classes recently participated in a gem mining activity. Some juniors, seniors, teachers and their kids joined in the gem mining experience as well. In the Diamond Del’s Gem Mining Adventure, scholars were given a box of rocks and minerals. They used...
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NERSBA Jacket Presentation Ceremony Recently Held
On Thursday, October 22nd, the first FFA Jacket Ceremony at NERSBA was held. The ceremony was opened by our chapter president, Tyra Smallwood. Our principal, Mr. Davis, then continued the ceremony by talking about his experiences in the FFA back when he was in the same building we are in now. Margo Lilley, our Student Advisor, gave...
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Scholars Participate in Moonlight Paddle
Several NERSBA Scholars participated in the Inner Banks Outfitters'(IBXO) "Moonlight Paddle". Scholars, accompanied by guides & guests with Ms. Paul and Ms. VanderMeeden, entered the Pamlico River by Backwater Jacks and paddled towards the Washington draw bridge and turned back. Thank you to IBXO for this opportunity!​ (submitted by Noah Ayers)
NERSBA Holds 1st FFA Meeting for the 2015-16 School Year
August 27th, 2015 was a very exciting day for the 2015-2016 NERSBA FFA officer team as well as the agriculture advisors. That day was our first chapter FFA meeting of the school year. All of the officers did a great job with their parts as well as the skit that was planned. Our goal as a chapter this year is to amplify FFA! (submitted by Summer Taylor)
NERSBA Scholars Participate in VIP for a VIP and Tour MCC
On Tuesday, September 15, 2015, the junior and senior classes visited Riverside High School to participate in the VIP for a VIP program and visited Martin Community College for a tour and meet and greet with the professors.
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NERSBA Participates in NC State FFA Convention
In June, over 20 NERSBA scholars attended the 87th North Carolina State FFA Convention held in Raleigh, NC. Teams that competed were: Parliamentary Procedure, Agriculture Tools & Materials (Tool ID), Horticulture, Floriculture, Agriscience Fair, and Creed. Eleven NERSBA scholars walked across the stage to receive their State FFA Degree. Senior Kaila Smith placed third in Agriscience Fair overall. We are proud of those students that attended! (submitted by Noah Ayers)
Scholars Tour the U.S. Coast Guard Station
Ninth grade scholars recently toured the U.S. Coast Guard Station in Elizabeth City, N.C. They were able to learn...
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NERSBA Sharpshooters Participate in Tournament
The North Carolina Wildlife Resource Commission’s Hunter Education Program holds annual tournaments as an opportunity for youth to showcase outdoor skills and demonstrate safety. Teams are organized within public and private schools, while home-schooled students and teams representing organizations such as 4-H or FFA also can compete. On March 28th, NERSBA
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Scholars Participate in Federation Event
On April 2, 2015, our school hosted the NC FFA Tidewater Federation Career Development Events (CDEs) at the Vernon James Center in Plymouth. Our school participated in four CDEs. These included Tool Identification, Parliamentary Procedure, Creed, and Prepared Public Speaking.
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"Battle of the Beaks" in Science
Scholars in Ms. Giorgione's science class participated in an activity to simulate natural selection called "Battle of the Beaks". Scholars pretended...
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FFA Scholars Participate in State Truck & Tractor Driving Event
Two NERSBA scholars recently participated in two different State FFA Career Development Events recently in Raleigh, NC. Mitch Moore participated in the Truck Driving Event and Joseph Spencer participated in the Tractor Driving Event.
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Scholars Transplant Potato Plants
NERSBA scholars recently participated in potato transplanting with Mr. Mark Clough, a research at the Vernon G. James Research and Extension Center (VJC). Scholars learned about...
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Scholars Participate in Field Experience at Oregon Inlet
The field experience taken by NERBSA scholars to Oregon Inlet was to see what creatures live in different environments. Scholars went to two sites. The first site was...
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Math II Field Experiences
In Math II Honors, scholars have been on many different field experiences and have participated in various experiments and projects. One of the field experiences was to Lewiston where we took soil samples and harvested...
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