School psychologist Quinci Elliot. School psychologist Quinci Elliot.

Meet School Psychologist Quinci Elliott

In honor of National School Psychology Awareness Week (November 12-16 2018), we’re introducing you to each of our 10 school psychologists, and letting them explain what their jobs in our schools look like. They’re also going to debunk some common misconceptions about their roles (hint: they do not have fainting couches in their offices). Meet: […]

School psychologist Carrie Cooper.

Meet School Psychologist Carrie Cooper

In honor of National School Psychology Awareness Week (November 12-16 2018), we’re introducing you to each of our 10 school psychologists, and letting them explain what their jobs in our schools look like. They’re also going to debunk some common misconceptions about their roles (hint: they do not have fainting couches in their offices). Meet: […]

School psychologist Victoria Dotson.

Meet School Psychologist Victoria Dotson

In honor of National School Psychology Awareness Week (November 12-16 2018), we’re introducing you to each of our 10 school psychologists, and letting them explain what their jobs in our schools look like. They’re also going to debunk some common misconceptions about their roles (hint: they do not have fainting couches in their offices). Meet: […]

School psychologist Lisl Whitted

Meet School Psychologist Lisl Whitted

In honor of National School Psychology Awareness Week (November 12-16 2018), we’re introducing you to each of our 10 school psychologists, and letting them explain what their jobs in our schools look like. They’re also going to debunk some common misconceptions about their roles (hint: they do not have fainting couches in their offices). Meet: […]

School psychologist Kristen Kauper Pavao

Meet School Psychologist Kristen Kauper Pavao

In honor of National School Psychology Awareness Week (November 12-16 2018), we’re introducing you to each of our 10 school psychologists, and letting them explain what their jobs in our schools look like. They’re also going to debunk some common misconceptions about their roles (hint: they do not have fainting couches in their offices). Meet: […]

Nat Zegree plays the keyboard upside down at West Henderson High

Nat Zegree Wows West Henderson High

Trained classically on the piano from age 3 to 18, Flat Rock Playhouse player, pianist, singer, actor, and composer Nat Zegree started his childhood mornings with Mozart at the crack of dawn. “My days would start with scales,” he told West Henderson High chorus, band, theatre, and dance students Wednesday morning. As part of FRP’s […]

Berrian All-County Orchestra Expands Off Stage

The district’s high school strings program has officially outgrown the stage. Fans of the annual Berrian Festivals will notice a change in this evening’s performance, as the Berrian All-County Orchestra performs under the direction of Gail V. Barnes – offstage. Featuring a combined chorus of East Henderson, Hendersonville, North Henderson, and West Henderson high schools’ strings […]

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“Camp Cubcat” Gives Back

When Hendersonville Elementary students returned to school last week from intersession, they arrived at Camp Cubcat – complete with forest hallways, camping tents, and themed classrooms. Each year, Hendersonville Elementary devotes an entire week to Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Mathematics (STEAM), during which each grade focuses on specific experiments that align with grade level-specific […]

Students transfer change to a mason jar.

Edneyville Rallies for Hurricane, Flooding Victims

Edneyville Elementary is one really big family, and they look out for their own. That’s why staff jumped into action when they first learned that kindergarten teacher Kayla Castro had a brother and pregnant sister-in-law in Newport, N.C., who lost their home to Hurricane Florence. And that teacher assistant Sharon Searcy’s husband has been traveling […]