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Ms. Laura Mitchell works to grow BCS arts program through collaboration and leadership.
BCS Arts Specialist Chosen for National Honor

Ms. Laura Mitchell works to grow BCS arts program through collaboration and leadership. …

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A good laugh can help you remember something serious, especially when Mr. Blackhawk is involved.
Blackhawk Mascot Teaches Coronavirus Prevention

A good laugh can help you remember something serious, especially when Mr. Blackhawk is involved. …

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A collage showing members of Language Services working from home.
Language Services Keeps Families Informed

Translators and interpreters in the BCS Language Services Department are vital to keep all of our families informed, especial …

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A Leicester Elementary School student creates a radial symmetry art piece at home.
Art Education Continues During Virtual Days

BCS art teachers are finding innovative ways to keep creativity flowing during Virtual Days. Through online collaboration wit …

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A student does a singalong song.
Music Classes Add Joy to Virtual Days

Even though she would rather put ukuleles or mountain dulcimers into her students’ hands, Ms. Jennifer J. Anderson said Virtu …

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Enka Branch Library Associate Theresa Wallace poses with some of the donated materials.
Library Donates Books, Craft Kits

On Monday, Buncombe County Library staff delivered more than 500 new and used books and 250 activity kits to our Family Resou …

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A message regarding this month's BCS spring break (April 6-10).
Update #15. Spring Break Message

A message regarding this month's BCS spring break (April 6-10). …

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BCS Administrative Assistant Laurel Bates assembles a face shield at a table in the Innovation Lab at Martin L. Nesbitt, Jr. Discovery Academy on Thursday.
BCS Makes Face Shields for Medical Staff

The Innovation Lab, where students learn how to creatively solve problems, has become a manufacturing facility for life-savin …

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Students were served a staggering 115,000 meals in the first two weeks since schools closed for student instruction on March 14.
Meals with a Smile in Black Mountain

Students were served a staggering 115,000 meals in the first two weeks since schools closed for student instruction on March …

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School social workers are always on the front line of meeting student and family needs.
On the Front Lines: School Social Workers

School social workers are always on the front line of meeting student and family needs. …

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