Welcome to BCS Professional Development!

  • It is my pleasure to welcome you to the Brunswick County Schools’ Professional Development page.  If you are a new or experienced teacher interested in teaching in Brunswick County, come grow with us!  If you are a Beginning Teacher in Brunswick County, continue to grow with us! If you are a veteran teacher in Brunswick County Schools, continue to grow as a highly effective teacher as you mentor and support our new teachers and your colleagues.  Our Professional Development Team proudly offers professional growth opportunities for all levels of teachers and for all staff to support academic outcomes for every child.


    The North Carolina Department of Public Instruction website details information regarding the renewal process for the North Carolina Continuing Professional License (CPL). Please refer to the Renew or Update Your Professional Educator's License section of the NCDPI website for specific information. 

    Brunswick County Schools’ Vision is to have “a community of well-educated, employable, and socially responsible citizens.”  Our Mission is “to produce college and career ready high school graduates.” With our focus on growing students from crayons to college and career readiness, we take pride in supporting and growing our faculty and staff.  It takes a village to raise a child, and every child in Brunswick County Schools matters!  

    If you need support or have questions, please contact us.

    “The most important attitude that can be found is the desire to go on learning”

    ~John Dewey


Department Staff

  • Jen Damin

    Executive Director of Professional Development and Elementary Education

    NBPTS District Coordinator

    Title II Coordinator

    Office: 910-782-5066



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  • Kiona Jackson

    Administrative Assistant, Professional Development

    Office: 910-782-5053




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Professional Development Calendar

Department News



    If you do not know your licensure cycle info, refer to your teaching license that has the dates listed on it.  If you do not have a printed copy of your teaching license, you can access it here:  NCDPI Online Licensure System or contact Human Resources.

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