Agent Skidoo blends a healthy dose of hip-hop and rhyme with story-telling that is sure to get kids beating out rhythms.
The musical will feature nineteen students from grades 6-8 under the direction of music teacher Jennifer Sheak.
Traci Stewart’s third grade class from West Buncombe Elementary will embark on a “Nutrition Expedition” on April 7 at 11:30 a.m. as Erwin High students lead the way.
Because of the incredible efforts of its students, Cane Creek Middle is holding a “Pay it Forward” event on March 27 at 2:00 p.m.
Recognizing him for his “dedication to the education profession, teaching and learning of all students, and the association…an example of educational excellence.”
Waldrop has been serving as a teacher’s assistant for twenty-six years.
Students and staff will donate one dollar to Relay for Life and in exchange be allowed to wear a cap.
The entire school will make 1,000 origami cranes from 1-2:30 p.m. to honor a little girl in the community who is battling a rare form of cancer.
By dining at one of the participating restaurants on March 26, supporters will be making a donation to the Roberson High Foundation.
Several local Fire Departments are coming out early to teach Buncombe County kids some valuable lessons about fire safety in the days ahead.
The Cane Creek Middle School Title Waves won first place, second went to the CCMS Title Twisters.
Students from Georgia Tech and UNC-A will pitch in March 17th from 1-6 p.m. to help Erwin High School students and community volunteers work on a beautification project.
“We are very fortunate to have someone of Dr. Baldwin’s caliber, character and integrity already in place in Buncombe County Schools."
Six students placed into the 2009 North Carolina All State Band after performing at the March 7 competition.
Children between the ages of 5 and 12 from across the nation and around the globe submitted letters and drawings to share.
Gifted storyteller, Mark Daniels, will be inspiring students at Candler Elementary this Thursday, March 12 in the school auditorium.
Enka Middle School will hold the fifteenth annual BCS Battle of the Books competition at 9 a.m. on March 11, 2009.
More than 500 students participated in the state event, breaking the attendance record in spite of tough economic times.
Each year Buncombe County Early College students in teacher Carol Covington's English III classes participate in the state-wide Poetry Out Loud contest.
Approximately 2,175 fourth grade students and their teachers will travel to the Thomas Wolfe Auditorium on Tuesday, March 10.
Sixty-two teams and over 450 students from all over Western North Carolina will be participating in this tournament.
David Novak is a renowned storyteller made popular for his stage antics and ability to weave curriculum based material into entertaining and engaging performances for students.