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Face Coverings Optional Effective Feb. 15

Effective Tuesday, Feb. 15, face coverings are optional in all grade levels, and indoors at all HCPS locations and properties. This is a change to the board’s decision in January that had reinstated the face covering requirement  during a time of heightened community spread of the new Omicron variant in Henderson County. On Monday, Feb. […]

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Face Coverings Required Effective Jan. 11

Effective Tuesday, Jan. 11, all Henderson County Public Schools students, staff, and visitors will be required to wear face coverings in all indoor settings during scheduled instructional hours. This policy change was approved by the Henderson County Board of Public Education at their regularly scheduled meeting this evening. On Monday, Jan. 10, the board voted […]

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Cluster Confirmed at North Henderson High

Dear Henderson County Public School families, The Henderson County Department of Public Health has notified us that to date, 5 students at North Henderson High have lab-confirmed cases of COVID-19 that are epidemiologically linked, meeting the North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services (NCDHHS) definition of a “cluster.” We are working in close coordination […]

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Face Coverings Required in Pre-K to Grade 6, Effective Nov. 29 – Jan. 1

Effective Monday, Nov. 29 upon return from the Thanksgiving break, Henderson County Public Schools (HCPS) students, staff, and visitors will be required to wear face coverings in Pre-Kindergarten through Grade 6 during instructional hours, through the end of December. The requirement will apply to all students, staff, and visitors in K-6 spaces during instructional hours. […]

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Face Coverings Optional, Effective Nov. 15

Effective Monday, November 15, face coverings are optional for all students, staff, and school visitors in all HCPS school settings. This means that students in all grade levels, staff at all HCPS properties, and visitors to our campuses for school-related activities and extra-curricular events may choose whether or not to wear a face covering while […]

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Face Covering Exception for K-3 Effective Oct. 18

Effective Monday, October 18, kindergarten, 1st, 2nd, and 3rd grade students and teachers will be permitted to temporarily remove their face coverings during “direct and explicit phonics instruction.” This exception will allow students to observe and practice the mouth’s formation of letters and sounds in limited time periods that will be shorter than when they […]

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Cluster Confirmed at Atkinson Elementary

Dear Henderson County Public School families, The Henderson County Department of Public Health has notified us that to date, 6 staff and students at Atkinson Elementary have lab-confirmed cases of COVID-19 that are epidemiologically linked, meeting the North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services (NCDHHS) definition of a “cluster.” We are working in close […]

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Clusters Confirmed at North Henderson, West Henderson High Schools

Dear Henderson County Public School families, The Henderson County Department of Public Health has notified us that to date, 5 staff and students at North Henderson High have lab-confirmed cases of COVID-19 that are epidemiologically linked, and 5 students at West Henderson High have epidemiologically linked lab-confirmed cases. Each situation meets the North Carolina Department […]

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Cluster Confirmed at Sugarloaf Elementary

Dear Henderson County Public School families, The Henderson County Department of Public Health has notified us that to date, 5 staff and students at Sugarloaf Elementary have lab-confirmed cases of COVID-19 that are epidemiologically linked, meeting the North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services (NCDHHS) definition of a “cluster.”  We are working in close […]

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