On September 2, 2015, teachers, parents, community members, and students gathered for a public forum at Erwin High School to address the inappropriate display of students’ class project posters reflecting a variety of contemporary political topics, including immigration-related views.
Buncombe County Schools had 92.7-percent of its schools earn grades of C or better on today’s release of North Carolina’s second annual school performance grades. This percentage compares to the state average of 72.2-percent for traditional public schools, and 70.4-percent for public charter schools.
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 Buncombe County Schools School Nutrition office, so you don’t need to worry about filling out a paper form that could be lost or misplaced.