Dr. Randolph Latimore, superintendent of Hyde County Schools.

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Hyde County Schools Superintendent Dr. Randolph Latimore will hold his annual fall community meeting at Ocracoke School at 5 p.m. today (Nov. 2) in the school commons area.

While primarily of importance to students and parents, the public at large is invited to attend as well. This get-together provides an opportunity for anyone to ask anything  about the county or state school system.

With only two school campuses — Ocracoke and Mattamuskeet — Hyde has N.C.’s second smallest student enrollment in the state at 609, just barely larger than Tyrrell, with 594 pupils.

Latimore will hold another public information meeting at Ocracoke School in the spring.


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