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Plan B Expansion: 3rd Grade Update

Following Tuesday’s approval by the Henderson County Board of Public Education, 3rd-graders will begin attending class on campus in-person every school day, starting on Thursday, October 29. Students in kindergarten, 1st, and 2nd grades have been attending classes face-to-face five days a week since Sept. 21, under the district’s Plan B model. This expansion of […]

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Plan B FAQs for Families

We know families have questions, and we’re working to efficiently answer questions about the learning environment, safety protocols, and logistics of the Plan B hybrid learning model. To keep parents and guardians informed, Henderson County Public Schools has developed the “Plan B Frequently Asked Questions” document for families. View the document in English and Spanish. […]

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“Return to Learn” Plan B Details

Following Tuesday’s approval by the Henderson County Board of Public Education, Henderson County Public Schools will transition to the “Return to Learn” Plan B model – a blend of in-person and remote learning – with a staggered entry for different grade levels, beginning on September 21. “We know that any face-to-face instruction creates connected learning […]

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Remote Learning Meal Services Family Survey

On September 1, HCPS will transition from the Summer Food Service Program to the National School Lunch Program. As we work to continue feeding students both breakfast and lunch during remote learning, federal regulations still require HCPS to identify students and account for each meal served. To help us expedite each transaction, we are developing […]

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“Return to Learn” Plan C Details

Following today’s approval by the Henderson County Board of Public Education, Henderson County Public Schools will “Return to Learn” in August following Plan C – a fully remote learning model – for the first 6 weeks of the 2020-2021 school year. “Our ultimate commitment is to the health and safety of our students, staff, and […]

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School Board to Review “Return to Learn” Plan Monday

Today the governor announced his decision for North Carolina schools to reopen under Plan B (blend of in-person and remote learning), with local flexibility for districts to exercise more cautious measures. Henderson County Public Schools’ district officials will present the “Return to Learn” Plan B model to the Board of Public Education at a specially called […]

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HCPS Seeks “Return to Learn” Family Feedback

Henderson County Public Schools’ ReEntry Task Force is planning our “Return to Learn” in August for students and staff. We’ve received important guidance and requirements from state government and health officials. Now, we need to hear from our families! As parents and guardians in the HCPS Family, we value your input as we craft multiple contingency […]

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An Update About HCPS’ Return to Learn Plans

Like school districts across North Carolina, Henderson County Public Schools anxiously awaits the state’s determination of how our schools can safely resume education in August. Governor Cooper and the North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services (NCDHHS) are expected to make this determination on Wednesday, July 1. In the meantime, we want our HCPS […]

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District Moving to SwiftK12 Notification System

Henderson County Public Schools is implementing a new school notification system called SwiftK12 on July 1. This notification system is loaded with new features that will make it easier for us to keep in contact with your family. As we get closer to the start of the new school year, we’ll remind families how to […]

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