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Dare County Schools Reveals a new Logo

By KEITH PARKER
Digital Communications Director
Dare County Schools

Dare County Schools has a new district logo.

Revealed on March 1, the logo is a segmented wave that represents the many aspects of Dare

County Schools.

In a Facebook video message, Dare Superintendent John Farrelly said, “By using a wave to represent our school system, it highlights the fact that we are always pushing forward. Waves flow in many different directions and this illustrates our innovative approach and how we constantly evolve and grow.”

The logo was designed by Stephen Brewer, an Outer Banks local graphic designer. Brewer worked with the school system to identify its vision and mission. Through a lengthy process that included multiple rounds of review and revision, the wave concept was agreed upon.

Farrelly also said, “The design of our logo has many paths and this symbolizes the many avenues and opportunities that our students have in Dare County Schools. And finally, waves represent the source of comfort and relaxation that we find in the sea. It is a place where we can go to renew our optimism about the work that lies ahead. Just like, our schools are places where our students come to find hope for their futures.”

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