Top Stories
Every day, our students learn through exploration, engage the community, and prepare for tomorrow! Here are some of our top stories from our 45 schools and 6 districts.

               
Teachers of the Year: Rebecca Reeves

Fairview's District Teacher of the Year wants her students to know that they are all her favorite. …

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Students on Stage with LEAF Schools & Streets

From the classroom to the LEAF Main Stage, Buncombe County Schools is committed to global education through the arts. …

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The Buncombe County Schools Virtual Academy

BCS is set to expand distance learning opportunities by launching a fully virtual option for sixth- through twelfth-graders. …

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Elevating Mathematics 2019

Students kept calm under pressure and made math a team sport at this year's Elevating Mathematics competition! …

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Appreciating Our Teachers, Nurses, & Nutrition Staff

Teacher Appreciation Week, Nurses Week, and School Nutrition Appreciation Week were observed concurrently locally and nation- …

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Teachers of the Year: Caroline Ayers

Charles D. Owen Middle School sixth-grade language arts teacher Caroline Ayers works every day to make her classroom feel lik …

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2019 Teacher Job Fair a Success

Experienced educators and rising stars felt the excitement of a Buncombe County Schools teaching career during the North Caro …

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Coaches, Students Honored by NCHSAA

The North Carolina High School Athletic Association (NCHSAA) honored two BCS coaches and two students at its Annual Meeting i …

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Outdoor Exploration at Owen Middle

“Our intention is to foster relationships between students in our community by having students learning from other students, …

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Lighting a Fire for Literacy at Estes Elementary

Students rode to school in a firetruck and celebrated their peers through the Asheville Firefighters for Literacy program. …

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Social Snapshots


Don't miss our Social Snapshots, where you can find original stories, important announcements, and photo albums that our community loved on social media. We're proud of the everyday efforts of our students and educators that make Buncombe County Schools a special place to learn and grow.

               
Justen Earns Governor’s Educator Discovery Award

Ms. Melissa Justen of Avery's Creek Elementary received a special honor from Governor Roy Cooper's office. …

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Habitat for Learning at Erwin High

Clyde A. Erwin High School’s Eco Club has helped create a certified schoolyard habitat on campus. …

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Chinese Acrobats Visit Weaverville Primary

Weaverville students were in awe as the costumed Chinese Acrobats spun cups, pottery, and even furniture around their bodies …

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Math is a State of Mind

Sixth-grader Avnielle Krause of North Windy Ridge Intermediate wins state-wide math logo design contest. …

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Eco Readers at Glen Arden

Glen Arden Elementary School’s Eco Readers is a club for kids who love to read and are interested in caring for the environme …

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Erwin Athletes Meet Hall-of-Famers

Six Clyde A. Erwin High School athletes had the awesome experience of watching a state hall of fame induction ceremony and ex …

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Reynolds Rocks!

Ms. Miller says collaborative projects like this are great for students and staff. “We can tie the fundamentals of art into t …

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Erwin High Teacher Honored

She recognizes that even small acts of kindness can change students’ paths and help them achieve their full potential. …

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Owen Middle Hopes to Go Downhill Fast

Best of luck to Charles D. Owen Middle School’s (OMS) Gravity Games team as they race their soapbox car in downtown Lenoir to …

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Story Stones at Johnston Elementary

Students – with the help of parents, teachers, and community volunteers – have been painting rocks with symbols that represen …

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