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Allison McDevitt's Project Lead the Way students spear headed North Buncombe Middle's efforts in the first annual NC Solar Schools challenge, ultimately bringing home the grand prize.
Buncombe County Early College's new debate team placed second (Grant Hipps and Kate Bell) and fifth (Kayla Solesby and Blake Wilson) with teammates Chris Borges, Kimberly Guavera, August Schaller, and Rafael Tate at the Hillcrest Debate Tournament on January 17.
On Friday, January 23rd, Nationally recognized puppeteer Hobey Ford performed his beautiful production of ANIMALIA to the entire Progressive Education Program student body at the T.C. Roberson high school theatre in a special afternoon performance.
In an ongoing effort to increase fruit and vegetable consumption in the schools through nutrition education, the BCS School Nutrition Department has been actively collaborating with the Appalachian Sustainable Agriculture Project (ASAP) for over two years.
Regular meetings of the Buncombe County Board of Education are videotaped and archived on the BCS District Website, usually available to watch the following day. They will also be shown during the following month on Education Cable Channel 188 on Charter Cable.
Now you can apply on-line for your children to receive free or reduced price school meals. Your application will be sent from a secure web site directly to the BCS School Nutrition office, so you don’t need to worry about filling out a paper form that could be lost or misplaced.