Pitt County's school superintendent got a positive report card back from her bosses at the school board this week.
Dr. Beverly Reep, who has led the school system for almost five years, was given a positive annual evaluation.
School board chair Mary Grace says Reep received "excellent feedback from the members of the Board of Education in all areas of the evaluation", according to a news release.
"The Board has a great deal of confidence in Dr. Reep and her abilities," said Grace. "Leading the district through redistricting was a major task this year and continuing the pursuit of Unitary Status will be just as challenging; however, we have total and complete confidence that Dr. Reep has the leadership skills to successfully see the Board through this next major project."
Reep was given the evaluation in a closed door meeting on Monday.