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The Weaverville Police Department's annual holiday toy drive, Cops for Kids, will look a little different this year, but they are still committed to supporting students in Weaverville!
Grateful for the Cops for Kids Program

The Weaverville Police Department's annual holiday toy drive, Cops for Kids, will look a little different this year, but they …

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Pictured are NCS musicians Erik Dyke (left), Paul Goldsberry (top center), Kurt Tsend  (bottom center), and Beth Lunsford.
Symphony Players 'Adopt' 7 BCS Schools

BCS will ring with the sound of music this spring as four members of the North Carolina Symphony (NCS) “adopt” seven of our c …

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Preparing for winter weather during the 2020/21 school year.
2020/21 Weather Memo

Preparing for winter weather during the 2020/21 school year. …

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BCS Technology Director Barry Pace
Pace Nominated for State Tech Director of the Year

BCS Technology Director Barry Pace is in the running for North Carolina Technology Director of the Year. Mr. Pace’s peers in …

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A collage showing the donations.
Roberson Baseball Pitches in for PEP

The T.C. Roberson Baseball team is making life a little easier for Progressive Education Program (PEP) families this Thanksgi …

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At Charles D. Owen High, JROTC motivates young people to be better citizens.
Owen Cadets Remember Fallen, Prepare for Life

At Charles D. Owen High, JROTC motivates young people to be better citizens. …

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BCS staff contributed $49,767.12 during the 2020-21 BCS Cares campaign to help area students and families in need.
BCS Cares: Making a Difference in Our Community

BCS staff contributed $49,767.12 during the 2020-21 BCS Cares campaign to help area students and families in need. …

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Two veteran Roberson music educators accept top offices with the NC Music Educators Association.
Roberson Fine Arts: Leaders in North Carolina

Two veteran Roberson music educators accept top offices with the NC Music Educators Association. …

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Children First/Communities In Schools (CIS) of Buncombe County was recently awarded $80,500 under the Extended Learning and Integrated Student Supports (ELISS) Competitive Grant Program to assist the work of its agency’s Student Support Specialists in three Buncombe County schools: Emma Elementary, Johnston Elementary, and Eblen Intermediate.
Celebrating Community Partners

Children First/Communities In Schools (CIS) of Buncombe County was recently awarded $80,500 under the Extended Learning and I …

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Accurate Count Needed for Free and Reduced Meals

We are asking all parents who think they may qualify for the federal free and reduced meals program to fill out the applicati …

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