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Patrick Abele

Executive Director of Learning Services

Beaufort County Schools

HQ Phone:  (252) 946-6593

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Beaufort County Schools

15 to 1 321 Smaw Rd

Washington, North Carolina,27889

United States

Company Description

Beaufort County United Way is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization--founded in 1961--and is an affiliate of United Way of America. We are governed by a local board of directors made up of volunteers from the community who help plan and organize the local fundra...more

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Patrick Abele with Beaufort County Schools, and speaking for the education and workforce development group, stressed the need to give Beaufort County students, and the community at large, education resources, especially access to technology, which would allow students and workers to be competitive in a global market.


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Bath Elementary, Chocowinity Middle and S.W. Snowden Elementary schools and the Ed Tech Center sustained damage that is considered "major," according to Patrick Abele, executive director for learning services for Beaufort County Schools.


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If an athlete is believed to have suffered a head injury in competition, that athlete will be required to take another test that can be used by doctors to help determine the severity of the injury and when the injury has fully healed, according to Patrick Abele, executive director for learning services for Beaufort County Schools.


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If an athlete is believed to have suffered a head injury during competition, that athlete will be required to take another test that may be used by doctors to help determine the severity of the injury and when the injury has fully healed, according to Patrick Abele, executive director for learning services for Beaufort County Schools.
Cost of the program is expected to be $375 per school for an unlimited number of baseline tests and an unlimited number of post-concussion tests, Abele told the committee. Packets of information, including information describing the signs and symptoms of concussions, are to be distributed to student athletes and their parents, Abele said. Baseline tests for fall sports are scheduled to be conducted this week, he said.


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Patrick Abele, executive director for learning services for Beaufort County Schools, presented an update on that budget to the board.
Capital projects involved construction of new buildings, major renovations to existing buildings and major equipment purchases. Abele told the board he went through the budget carefully, looking for ways to save money where practical. Abele said various projects proposed at several Beaufort County schools are being evaluated to develop cost estimates. Schools such as Eastern Elementary, Bath Elementary, Beaufort County Ed Tech Center, Chocowinity Middle and Northside, Southside and Washington high schools are in line for capital projects. Two bids for a roof project involving a multi-purpose room at Chocowinity Primary School have been received. "One application method would cost $40,000 for the project to complete," Abele said. "There is another application method from Dynatec, which would be exactly the type of coating at Washington High School." He said if the board considered that bid, it would reduce the cost to less than $23,000. An improved phone system, including public-address capabilities, at J.C. Tayloe Elementary School, is projected to cost $10,000. A new PA system would cost about $30,000, he said. "What we're considering here at Tayloe would be to look at this new type of technology where we can take our telephone system and convert it into a PA system with the appropriate upgrades with an approximate cost of $10,000," Abele said. "This way we're talking about a minimal cost instead of a $30,000 cost." The proposal to install a new canopy for the bus parking sidewalk and a fire alarm system upgrade at Northside High School would cost about $76,000, with that project being funded in the 2012-2013 fiscal year budget, he said. "An upgrade in the system would help us to eliminate any trouble alarms and any issues in the system and help us in the future as well," Abele said. Upgrading Southside High School's fire alarm system would cost about $67,150, with the project funded in the 2013-2014 fiscal year budget, he said. Abele said the school system tries to complete as many projects as possible during summers to minimize the effects of projects on schools.


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