Sunday, November 23rd, 2014

Hazelwood Elementary Celebrates Book-a-Ween

Hazelwood Elementary Celebrates Book-a-Ween

November 5, 2014 by  

To celebrate reading and the many wonderful books that have been written for children over the years, the staff at Hazelwood Elementary School celebrated Book-a-Ween on Halloween. All teachers dressed up as their favorite book characters and then read books to three classrooms throughout the school. Some of the characters and books represented were  Max […]

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Meadowbrook Elementary Holds Book-o-ween Day

Meadowbrook Elementary Holds Book-o-ween Day

November 3, 2014 by  

Meadowbrook held a Book-o-ween Day which was provided by the Title 1 staff. The staff dressed up in book characters and the students rotated around the school to hear books read by their own character.

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How are our schools doing?

How are our schools doing?

November 3, 2014 by  

In September, the state began releasing academic performance and academic growth data from the 2013-14 school year.  The data includes information from 2,514 public (traditional and charter) schools across North Carolina.  The results reflect (1) academic performance … grade level or course proficiency for students and (2) academic growth … the impact that teachers and […]

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Junaluska Elementary Celebrates Books and Treats!

Junaluska Elementary Celebrates Books and Treats!

November 3, 2014 by  

Tuesday, October 28th was an exciting day at Junaluska Elementary School.  Students, parents, and faculty dressed as their favorite children’s book character.  Students and parents traveled across grade levels and participated in teacher-led interactive read-alouds, which is an integral component of literacy instruction.  Afterwards, a parade of costumes was held in the gymnasium.  Every student […]

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Clyde Elementary Students Win Purple Ribbons at the Fair

Clyde Elementary Students Win Purple Ribbons at the Fair

November 3, 2014 by  

Mrs. Cook’s intensive intervention class at Clyde Elementary won purple ribbons at the Haywood County Fair for pumpkins they grew in their classroom garden in the spring.  The pumpkins grew over the summer, and they were able to cut them after they returned to school, in September.

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Airsoft Pistol

Airsoft Pistol

October 31, 2014 by  

On the evening of Thursday, October 30, Tuscola High School officials and local law enforcement received separate and multiple tips that a student had taken a gun to campus and was planning to bring it to campus again on Friday, October 31st. School officials assisted the Waynesville Police Department with investigative activities through the evening.  […]

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Tuscola High School Evacuation Update 10/21/14

Tuscola High School Evacuation Update 10/21/14

October 21, 2014 by  

Dear Tuscola High School Community, Just before dismissal on the afternoon of Monday, October 20 a non-specific but threatening note was found in one of our bathrooms. As a result, our administrative team executed our school evacuation plan and immediately contacted the Haywood County Sheriff’s office. After a thorough search our campus was deemed safe and normal operating […]

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Winter Weather Schedule Information and Announcements

Winter Weather Schedule Information and Announcements

October 8, 2014 by  

Haywood County Schools has closed an average of eight days during the last ten years because of inclement weather. Inclement weather during winter months often creates hazardous travel conditions in the form of icy roads, snow covered roads and even patches of frozen fog on roadways. Hazardous travel conditions may require altering school operating schedules, […]

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Riverbend Elementary Sponsors New Coding Club

Riverbend Elementary Sponsors New Coding Club

October 8, 2014 by  

Riverbend has started an exciting new after school club for students in grades 3-5, called Coding Club. “What is that?,” you may ask. Remember those Spanish Clubs or Latin Clubs when you were growing up? Well, this is similar in that it is a different language….a computer language. It’s computer science. And the kids are […]

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Central Elementary Rewards Summer Readers

Central Elementary Rewards Summer Readers

October 8, 2014 by  

Central Elementary School recently recognized those students who completed the Summer Reading Challenge 2014 sponsored by the school’s Title One Program. Students were asked to complete two guided reading levels on Raz Kids. Raz Kids is an interactive computer based reading program that engages kids at their reading level while providing practice in reading fluency […]

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