News Co-Editor Eleanor Blount discusses science teacher Clinton Todd's new achievement of Burroughs Wellcome Fund Northeast Region Teacher of the Year. This win put him in the running for North Carolina Teacher of the Year.
Co-Editor-in-Chief Emma Hastings explains the PCC VISION Career Development and Scholarship Program, which helps students with a select grade point average and household income level attend college and succeed in the community.
News Staff Writer Riley Davis discusses the dedication and effort put in by Rose students who perform in the NCADA Nutcracker. She focuses on how it has changed due to COVID-19 and the charitable contributions it makes.
News Staff Writer Carter Taylor discusses how clubs support and help out around the community during this Christmas season. He focuses on Project Elf, which provides Christmas presents for children in foster care.
News Co-Editor A'nyia Clemons discusses the return of winter concerts for the Rose chorus and band. After making various adjustments to fit COVID-19 protocol, they performed once again this year after only performing virtually last year.
News Co-Editor Eleanor Blount discusses Pitt County Schools' shortage of substitute teachers and how the lack of substitutes affects teachers and students. The low number of substitutes available can be pinpointed to issues such as low pay or age.
News Staff Writer Savannah Jones discusses the annual Greenville Gives holiday event, which provides opportunities to give back to local non-profit organizations and highlights local artists and vendors in the community.
News Staff Writer Carter Taylor walks through the Rose marching band's victory in Havelock and their journey to getting prepared for the competition. He explains how they could not compete last year due to COVID-19 and how it made this competition that much more important.