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  • Weldon City Schools Superintendent - Dr. Anitra D. Wells



    Dr. Anitra D. Wells is a native of Norfolk, Virginia.  She received her undergraduate degree in education from Norfolk State University, her masters from Old Dominion University and her doctorate in Educational Leadership from Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University.  Dr. Wells spent 20 years as an educator in Norfolk Public Schools where she was a Career and Technology Education teacher for nine years, a Human Resources Coordinator for three years and a school administrator for eight years.


    Dr. Wells moved to North Carolina in 2006 to accept a principal's position with Guilford County Schools at Northeast High School.   Under her guidance, the school's graduation rate, overall End-of-Course performance composite score, attendance rate and SAT participation rate increased while the teacher turnover rate decreased.  During her last three years, Northeast High was named one of the 16 most improved schools in Guilford County for two consecutive years; received the Hubert B. Humphrey, Jr. Award as the most improved high school in Guilford County Schools; and Northeast was named a 2010 Signature School by the Piedmont Triad Education Consortium.  Dr. Wells was also a Guilford County Schools' Principal of the Year finalist in 2010.  Prior to joining Weldon City Schools, she served as the Executive Director for the Central Region and most recently the Northern Region of  Guilford County Schools.


     Dr. Wells and her husband, John, have five children and two grandchildren.


WCS Board of Education Work Session - Wednesday, October 7, 2015 - 5:30 PM

2015-2016 Substitute Seminar




2015 - 2016 Grading Scale Changes

NCEdCloud Single Sign-on Access (Staff and Students)

Frequently Asked Questions for Students


Is the NCEdCloud IAM Optional ?  

When the IAM Service is integrated with Home Base applications in early July 2015, it will no longer be an Opt-In Service - all LEAs and Charter Schools will need to use the NCEdCloud IAM Service to access Home Base applications.  When the NCEdCloud IAM Service was originally proposed, it was prior to Home Base being rolled out (the LEAs were still using NCWise) and any LEA or Charter School interested in using the IAM Service for Single Sign-On could opt-in to the service.

What applications will I need to use my NCEdCloud Access for?

Target Applications are the cloud-based applications, resources, and services that IAM K-12 Community Users will be accessing for their education needs.  Target Applications will be using the IAM Service to authenticate and authorize these users.

Google Apps for Education (Available to integrate)

  1. MCNC Zscaler Web Security
  2. CDLR (Central Directory Local Replica)
  3. Follett Destiny
  4. Discovery Education
  5. Microsoft Student Advantage (for qualifying LEAs)

Target Applications For "Year 2" Integration (April 1, 2014 - March 31, 2015): 

(Home Base applications 1-4 will be accessd using the IAM Service beginning July 6, 2015. The other applications will be integrated during Year 3 beginning Summer 2015)

  1. Pearson OpenClass (Home Base)
  2. Pearson PowerSchool (Home Base)
  3. Pearson SchoolNet (Home Base)
  4. NCEES (Home Base)
  5. Learning Object Repository (Home Base)
  6. Instructure CANVAS (LMS)
  7. SAS EVAAS for K-12
  8. Edmodo
  9. Microsoft Office 365
  10. mClass

NEW Target Application Submissions:

To Check whether a Target Application is on the List of Potential Integration Candidates (or to submit one that is not), please visit the Target Application Submission page.
* The IAM Service expects to integrate 10 additional target applications each year

Summer Professional Development 2015

Charger Information & Updates
Charger Information & Updates

Current Vacancies

Grade 3 Portfolio Sample Set Available for Parents and Teachers

Grade 3 Portfolio Sample Set Available for Parents and Teachers- NCDPI’s Test Development Section has created a set of sample grade 3 reading portfolio selections that consist of 14 passages that teachers can use with students and parents can use at home to reinforce the understanding of the standards. The entire sample portfolio is posted to the Read to Achieve Livebinder under 3rdGrade Portfolio: (http://www.livebinders.com/play/play/850102?tabid=58d80041-c494-cdef-4253-1695bc14f5d8) and in the Parent Livebinder (http://www.livebinders.com/play/play?id=1326906) under Read to Achieve Overview. 

NC Final Exam Assessment Specification Changes for 2014-2015

Assessment specification documents typically outline the purpose of the assessment, the structure of the assessment (e.g., item types, number of items, test sections, test administration time), and percentage of items or score points measuring a specific goal or domain category. The assessment specification documents for the NC Final Exams are being updated for the 2014-15 school year.  The 2014-15 specification documents will include additional information about eachexam including the number of operational items for each objective or standard, delivery mode options, and links for supplemental materials and released items.

The 2014-15 assessment specification documents are being posted as they are completed. Specification documents for the NC Final Exams of English I, English III, English IV, Grades 6-8 Social Studies, World History, American History I, American History II, Civics and Economics, U.S. History, Grades 4, 6, & 7 Science, Physical Science, Physics, Chemistry, and Earth and Environmental Science are now available at http://www.ncpublicschools.org/accountability/common-exams/specifications/.  

Specification documents for the mathematics and social studies grades 4 & 5 NC Final Exams will be posted very soon.


EVAAS: New Online Module in PD System

The new mini-module “EVAAS Basics,” available through Home Base to all North Carolina educators, explains the EVAAS growth model of evaluating teachers, including the differences between growth and efficiency, how projections and predictions are calculated and used, and how statistical concepts like normal curve equivalents and standard error contribute to making Standard 6 a fair assessment of teacher growth. This self-paced mini-module requires approximately two hours for completion. For more information, please contact any member of the Educator Effectiveness Instructional Design Team noted online at https://rt3nc.org/.​

SchoolReach Parent App

The Free Parent app is available to parents of students who go to any Weldon City Schools.  You'll be able to listen to any voice or read any text message you've received in the last 30 days, opt in and out of texts or voice calls, view current contact information and send updates to the district.


The app is available for download at the Apple Store or Android Market place. Type in "SchoolReach Parents" and remember that SchoolReach is one word.  If you have any questions, contact Mrs. Terry Alston at  alstont@weldoncityschools.k12.nc.us  or (252) 536-4821 ext. 232. 


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In compliance with Federal Law, Weldon City Schools administers all education programs, employment activities and admissions without discrimination against any person on the basis of gender, race, color, religion, national origin, age or disability. Contact persons: Tracy Gary, Title IX Coordinator, 252-536-4821, Shana Pendergrass, 504 Coordinator, 252-536-4821.
Vision & Mission


The Weldon City Schools District will serve as a model district for the state of North Carolina based upon success generated through students’ academic and behavioral performances. 


The mission of Weldon City School District is to create and maintain a highly effective education system in which every student receives the highest quality education.  School employees and parents work together to prepare students to become caring, competent, and responsible citizens who value education as a lifelong process.