Meadowbrook Recycling Club Wins 2011 Community Pride Award
Congratulations to Renee Mackey and the Recycling Club of Meadowbrook Elementary! The Commission for a Clean County announced that Meadowbrook Recycling Club is a winner of the 2011 Community Pride Award! Mrs. Mackey will be honored at a reception given at the Waynesville Inn. Great job!
Tuscola Students Participate in Western Regional Science Fair at WCU
Tuscola students and their science projects headed to Western Carolina University to participate in the Region 8 Western Regional Science Fair held on Wednesday, February 8. By the end of the fair 11 of the 12 participating Tuscola High School students had received at least one award. These students, all members of the Advanced Chemistry II class taught by Jim Davis have proof that quality scientific inquiry outside the classroom does payoff. Several special awards were presented to deserving projects. These awards did not affect rankings for the primary awards given by fair judges. However, these awards did recognize projects of ...
Junaluska Elementary Enjoys Family Reading Night
Parents and students at Junaluska Elementary School enjoyed Family Reading Night on Thursday, January 26th, 2012. While parents were learning about LLI (Leveled Literacy Intervention) and other reading strategies and resources, the students participated in a program through the Haywood County Public Library called "Puppy Tales". Over 70 parents and students attended the event. The students, many of whom brought along their siblings, were able to read a book to a brand new canine friend. The well trained dogs seemed quite content to sit and listen while the children took turns reading aloud. Naturally, the dogs received lots of hugs ...
Central Elementary Cougar Club Celebrates Good Citizenship
Central Elementary’s Cougar Club had a great time at the Ladies Basketball game at Western on Wednesday, January 18, 2012. Every nine weeks any student who demonstrates good citizenship, follows the classroom rules, completes assignments, and has no more than three excused absences, 2 checkouts, or 2 tardies becomes a member of Cougar Club. Something exciting is planned, (in November they went to see a movie at the theater) like the basketball game. This Cougar Club had over 100 students in it-we can’t wait to see how many more get to go next time. ~ Photos courtesy of Central Elementary ...
Central Elementary performs “The Nutcracker”
After weeks of hard work on December 20, 2011, Central Elementary’s Third and Fifth Grades performed “The Nutcracker”. It was a stunning presentation of dancing, music, and singing. Congratulations Third and Fifth grades, and Mrs. Brown it was a wonderful performance. ~Photos courtesy of Central Elementary
BES Third Graders visit Silver Bluff to sing Christmas carols and deliver gifts
The Third grade classes at Bethel Elementary visited Silver Bluff Nursing Home on Monday, December 19th. The students brought gifts they had collected for the residents and sang Christmas carols. ~Photos courtesy of Bethel Elementary School
DATE: May 3, 2013 TO: All Haywood County School Employees FROM: Anne Garrett SUBJECT: Employee Suggestions The Haywood County Board of Education recognizes that school system employees are its most valuable resource in the continuous...Read more of this article
On Monday, May 13, 2013, the Haywood County School Board met during regular session at the Education Center in Clyde. For more information, please visit the School Board News. Read More →Read more of this article
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On Monday, April 15, 2013, the Haywood County School Board met during regular session at the Education Center in Clyde. For more information, please visit the School Board News. Read More →Read more of this article
Registration meetings will be held at each elementary school. Find out what Kindergarten is all about, meet teachers, and register your child for Kindergarten. Registration packets will be available on these dates. Read More →Read more of this article