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Update: Class of 2020, Academic Feedback, Personal Item Pickup

“HCPS Class of 2020” News & Webpage – Check your May 31 (Sunday) edition of The Times-News for an advertisement from our partners at the Henderson County Chamber of Commerce honoring our 280 North Carolina Scholars! – On June 1 (Monday), The Times-News will feature a special 8-page publication by HCPS honoring our 66 Top […]

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Fran Nelson Named HCPS 2020 Teacher of the Year

Fran Nelson, an English teacher at North Henderson High School, was named Henderson County Public Schools’ 2020 Teacher of the Year on Friday, during a surprise ceremony outside her home that was broadcast live on the district’s Facebook page. This year’s annual recognition of the district’s Teacher of the Year was celebrated in a socially […]

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Update: Memorial Day, Chromebook Returns, Summer PLUS

Calendar Items: – Online kindergarten registration for students entering Kindergarten in the 2020-21 school year is ongoing! Register children who will be 5 years old on or before August 31 at enroll.HCPSNC.org. – Monday, May 25, is Memorial Day, and teachers and students will be enjoying a day off, without Learn from Home instruction. District […]

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Update: Calendar, Material Drop-Off, Child Care Expansion, P-EBT Cards

Calendar Items: – Online kindergarten registration for students entering Kindergarten in the 2020-21 school year is ongoing! Register children who will be 5 years old on or before August 31 at enroll.HCPSNC.org. – Today, Friday, May 15, is the deadline for accepting reassignment requests. – Monday, May 25, is Memorial Day, and teachers and students […]

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Year-Round Schools to Align with Traditional Calendar in 2020-21

HENDERSONVILLE, N.C. (May 12, 2020) – Bruce Drysdale and Hendersonville elementaries will operate on the traditional calendar for the 2020-21 school year, scheduled to begin August 17, instead of their typical year-round “Flex Calendar.” The Henderson County Board of Public Education voted unanimously at its May 11 board meeting to align the elementary schools with […]

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Reminders: Mailings & Kindergarten Registration

Dear HCPS Family, Thank you to all the families who made our first collection of physical assignments last week so successful! Our teachers have enjoyed seeing all the diligent work of students as they Learn from Home, and continue to provide feedback on collected hard copy assignments. Learn from Home Mailings: Students of all grade […]

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Online Kindergarten Registration Opens May 4

Henderson County Public Schools has moved its annual Kindergarten Registration to an online platform, and is ready to welcome the Class of 2033! Online registration for students entering Kindergarten for the 2020-2021 school year is scheduled for Monday, May 4 through Friday, May 15. Registration at enroll.HCPSNC.org is for children who will be 5 years […]

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HCPS Announces Plans for “Class of 2020” Recognitions

Henderson County Public Schools leadership is excited to share district plans to honor graduating seniors – who deserve every moment of praise and recognition – despite the current school closure. Governor Cooper’s April 24 announcement to close schools for the remainder of the year was met with much disappointment and sadness by educators, students and families alike, […]

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Facebook Grants $50,000 to HCPS for Remote Learning Needs During Closure

HENDERSONVILLE, N.C. (April 28, 2020) – Henderson County Public Schools is the latest recipient of Facebook’s COVID relief efforts addressing connectivity, online student safety, and remote learning needs during the current school closure. To improve student access to remote learning, $50,000 in Facebook funds will support both technological and physical assets used by the district […]

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