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Drone Technology students turned the A.C. Reynolds High School football field into a 100-yard obstacle course.
Drone Obstacle Course Trains Future Pilots at Reynolds High

Drone Technology students turned the A.C. Reynolds High School football field into a 100-yard obstacle course. …

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National Hispanic American Heritage Month is Sept. 15-Oct. 15, and classes across the Buncombe County Schools district have had a lot of fun learning about and honoring cultural traditions.
BCS Celebrates Hispanic American Heritage Month

National Hispanic American Heritage Month is Sept. 15-Oct. 15, and classes across the Buncombe County Schools district have h …

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Music technology lessons at A.C. Reynolds Middle gave eighth graders a chance to experience a new side of the music.
Music Technology Brings Art and Culture Together

Music technology lessons at A.C. Reynolds Middle gave eighth graders a chance to experience a new side of the music. …

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Congratulations to the 2020-21 BCS School Counselors and Social Worker of the Year, who tirelessly support and advocate for their students!
2021 School Counselors, Social Worker of the Year

Congratulations to the 2020-21 BCS School Counselors and Social Worker of the Year, who tirelessly support and advocate for t …

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Hominy Valley Elementary School Media Specialist Jennifer Anderson will use her grant funding to add front-facing book displays to the school’s media center.
BCS Foundation Awards Grants to Teachers

The Buncombe County Schools Foundation has awarded 15 grants to help teachers maximize learning in their classrooms. These 15 …

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The NCMEA invites seven BCS high school students to the join this year's state High School Honors Chorus.
Seven to Sing with 2021 North Carolina Honors Chorus

The NCMEA invites seven BCS high school students to the join this year's state High School Honors Chorus. …

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Thanks to a years-long collaborative effort, Buncombe County Schools staff members are much better prepared to deal with health crises in schools. On Friday, Oct. 1, Mission Health representatives delivered 2,489 Stop the Bleed kits at the BCS Central Office. These kits will be delivered to every classroom, school bus, and school resource officer. Also on Friday, BCS Assistant Superintendent Joseph Hough announced that all BCS staff members have been trained to use the kits.
Stop the Bleed Kits Improve School Safety

Thanks to a years-long collaborative effort, Buncombe County Schools staff members are much better prepared to deal with heal …

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Introduction to Engineering looked a lot like an art class at the Nesbitt Discovery Academy.
Finding the Art in Engineering through Cityscapes

Introduction to Engineering looked a lot like an art class at the Nesbitt Discovery Academy. …

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Teachers plan a cultural celebration in the car rider line for Hispanic Heritage Month.
Glen Arden Celebrates Hispanic Heritage

Teachers plan a cultural celebration in the car rider line for Hispanic Heritage Month. …

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Tuesday saw a conference of kindergarteners in Dual Language Spanish Immersion classes across the BCS district. As part of National Hispanic American Heritage Month, eight Dual Language kindergarten classes, along with the first and fourth grade Dual Language Classes at Avery’s Creek Elementary School, shared joined together for the multi-cultural presentation.
Dual Language Classes Learn Together

Tuesday saw a conference of kindergarteners in Dual Language Spanish Immersion classes across the BCS district. As part of Na …

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