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  • Nicole Phelps
    Nicole Phelps,
    Mathematics and science teacher
    at Owen Middle School,
    2015 BCS Teacher of the Year
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  • Stephen Chandler

    2015 BCS Principal of the Year
    Stephen Chandler,
    Principal of Candler Elementary
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  • Meredith Hammond
    2014-15 Social Worker
    of the Year

    Meredith Hammond,
    North Buncombe Middle
    & North Windy Ridge Intermediate
     
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  • Laura McCreary
    2014-15 High School
    Counselor of the Year

    Laura McCreary,
    Erwin High School
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  • Buffy Weathington
    2014-15 Middle School
    Counselor of the Year

    Buffy Weathington,
    Owen Middle
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  • Josh Williams
    2014-15 Elementary School
    Counselor of the Year

    Josh Williams,
    Avery’s Creek Elementary
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    Summer 2015 Opportunities

    Facilitated Online Courses

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  • Important Insurance Information

    The State Health plan will transition to a new Eligibility and Enrollment partner, Aon Hewitt, effective June 1, 2015. The Employee access to our current partner, Benefitfocus, will end at 5 p.m. May 26, 2015. During this time, employees will not be allowed to make any changes.

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  • BCS Summer Work Schedule

    In order to conserve energy, Buncombe County Schools operate on a four-day work week in the summer.

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  • Click here to see current grant opportunities

    Grant$ Corner

    Browse selected grant opportunities for BCS educators...listed in order by deadline, and updated regularly.

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  • Control Your Online Reputation

    College admissions officers are increasingly looking at prospective students’ online posts. This article explains why college-bound teens should care about their online reputation.

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  •  ParentInvolvement

    Parent Involvement Makes a Difference

    Do all the PTA meetings, take-home flyers and Back to School nights actually generate increases in student achievement? The Center for Public Education examined the research and found that creating a partnership between parents and schools focused on academics truly does have significant impact on student achievement.

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