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PowerSchool Maintenance March 29th – April 1st

A PowerSchool maintenance window has been scheduled for this weekend, Friday, March 29, beginning at 5 p.m. and ending no later than 6 a.m. Monday, April 1. While maintenance is scheduled through Monday morning, we anticipate returning the system to full service by mid-morning Saturday, March 30. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.

Fletcher Mayor talks to 1st grade students

Fletcher Mayor Talks Laws & Lunch with 1st-Graders

On Monday, Fletcher Elementary 1st-graders learned that mayors are allowed lunch breaks and vacations, but when they’re in town they’re never really off the clock. As part of the North Carolina social studies standards, 1st-graders at Fletcher have been learning about authority figures, said Principal Jennifer Shelton. “They’ve been talking about who the authority figures […]

Cassady Dillin

Dillin Named 2018 EC “Educator of Excellence”

Cassidy Dillin of Fletcher Elementary has been named district representative for the North Carolina’s Exceptional Children’s Educator of Excellence, and will represent Henderson County Public Schools at the statewide annual conference November in Greensboro. A teacher with HCPS for five years, Dillin teaches an Intensive Intervention classroom at Fletcher, where she has been successful in […]

Another Incredible Fun Run!

Thank you to our Fletcher PTO and the Boosterthon Team headed by Big Time Brooke for another incredible Fun Run!  Our students had a great time running today to raise money for Chromebooks for our students to use.  We are very close to our goal of $12,000 and hope to reach it tonight!  Thank you to […]

Hobey Ford shows teachers sample drawings of shadow puppets.

Fletcher Teachers Learn from Puppet Master

Last week, teachers took over Fletcher Elementary’s art room, drawing mice and monsters on craft paper, and cutting out paper characters for puppet shows. Internationally renowned puppeteer Hobey Ford flitted from table to table, making sure the teachers weren’t making the classic mistake of drawing their characters too small. Ford, a Kennedy Center Partner in […]