Welcome to E.B. Frink Middle School
Home of the CAVS!
Congratulations to 6th grade student, Kennedy Sullivan, for earning 2nd Place in the NCASA's student contest as part of the Every Child's Chance, Every Community's Future campaign! The North Carolina Association of School Administrators hosted the essay contest to help celebrate the 175th anniversary of the opening of the first public school in the state. Students were asked to choose from a variety of topics for their essay, so Kennedy chose to write about "How the school or the district has helped the writer." Kennedy's award-winning essay can be read HERE, where she describes how Lenoir County Public Schools has made an impact on her life and lives of others.
We're proud to have you as a student at Frink Middle School!
Lenoir County SPCA - Food Drive
Thank you to everyone who donated pet food during our food drive! These are some of the little critters that will be receiving your generous donations.
Calling all athletes! While the winter sports season is just underway, spring sports will be right around the corner. Tryouts for softball, baseball and soccer will be held in early February. Start preparing now by getting your physical and signed concussion form on file with the school. These can be found on the Athletic department's website. All students need to be passing all classes on the next report card with a 70 or above in order to play.
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We make every effort for every student every day!
can learn and
all students should learn at school every day.
The staff members of E. B. Frink Middle School, with the cooperation of the parents and interaction with the community, will provide a means by which all students experience the knowledge and skills necessary for them to develop intellectually, physically, morally, socially, and emotionally to become productive citizens.
E.B. Frink Middle School is organized around the needs and interests of its students and community. It recognizes and appreciates a rapidly changing society and strives to guide the students into an appreciation of the duties and privileges of a democracy.
The faculty recognizes each student as an individual with unique interests and abilities; therefore, it encourages the students to develop self-reliance and tolerance through critical thought, free inquiry, and creative expression. Although the school is primarily responsible for the education of its youth, it shares this responsibility with parents and the community at large.e.
The curriculum should be purposeful and meaningful. It should also be flexible enough to enable teachers to guide students toward both academic achievement and responsible young adulthood.
The faculty believes that if the school is to realize its vast goals and ambitions, it must solicit the support of its community. Active community in the entire school program is essential.
maintain a positive relationship between the principal, students,
staff, and community.
insure that the vision and mission statements are visible,
publicized, and understood by the student body, staff, and
improve instruction by identifying instructional needs, developing a
plan of action to address these needs, and ensuring the
implementation of these plans.
analyze annual test data through disaggregation and discrepancy
analysis in order to identify student's progress and/or needs and to
improve student learning.
meet state computer requirements.
promote a safe and orderly physical environment.
spend the predominant amount of instructional time on
student-teacher interaction resulting in high levels of student
provide varied opportunities for student success.
develop diverse instructional programs appropriate for the middle
encourage a higher daily attendance rate.
promote the recognition of faculty and staff for their professional
and personal accomplishments.
insure that the home, school, and community work together to promote
•To maintain a positive relationship between the principal, students, staff, and community.