P.W. Moore Elementary Mission Statement:
P.W. Moore Elementary School's mission is to partner with families and the community, while strengthening structures to increase student success using AVID strategies.
P.W. Moore Elementary School's vision is to build a foundation that prepares all students to become productive, contributing and successful members of their communities.
Grow, Connect and Inspire.
P.W. Moore Elementary - School Improvement Plan
Peter W. Moore
Built at what is now 606 Roanoke Avenue in 1923 as first consolidated high school for blacks in Pasquotank County. P.W. Moore was first known as Dunbar High School but later was renamed to honor Peter W. Moore (1859-1934), the first principal at State Colored Normal School at Elizabeth City, now Elizabeth City State University. After desegregation in 1970 and the opening of Northeastern High School, P.W. Moore became an elementary / junior high school until it was vacated and eventually demolished in 1988. It's doors reopened August 15, 1990 after reconstruction.
In Loving Remembrance of
Peter Wreddrick Moore A.B., A.M., L.L.D
He lived for others