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Grades 6-12 Transitioning to Plan A on March 23

Following this morning’s approval by the Henderson County Board of Public Education, Henderson County Public Schools will welcome its middle and high school students back on campus Tuesday, March 23, 2021, under Plan A – the fully in-person learning model. This planned transition follows Wednesday’s announcement of the NC General Assembly’s compromise legislation to reopen […]

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Elementary Schools on “Plan A” Feb. 18

Following Monday’s approval by the Henderson County Board of Public Education, grades 4 and 5 will transition to Plan A on Thursday, February 18, meaning that all elementary schools will be operating under Plan A. This transition is once again part of the district’s continuing efforts to reintroduce more students to the traditional face-to-face learning […]

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ACT® Date & Schedule Change March 8-12

The Plan B Hybrid learning schedule will be slightly different for middle and high school students the week of March 8-12, to accommodate the state-mandated ACT testing schedule and requirements. The ACT® is a curriculum- and standards-based assessment that evaluates 11th-graders’ general learning outcomes in English, Mathematics, Reading, and Science. Used as a college admissions […]

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Face-to-Face Learning to Resume February 1

Following this afternoon’s approval by the Henderson County Board of Public Education, Henderson County Public Schools (HCPS) will Return to Learn in February under the same operations as in December before the Winter Break. This means PreK-3 and eligible Intensive Intervention students will begin attending class on campus in-person every school day (Plan A) beginning […]

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Auxiliary Services on Plan C

Auxiliary Services on Plan C Child Nutrition Services Henderson County Public Schools (HCPS) will continue providing reliable student meals during implementation of the fully remote learning model. Beginning Thursday, Jan. 7, 2021, HCPS will provide grab-and-go pickup meals at no cost to children ages 2-18 at 15 school sites on school days during implementation of Plan […]

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HCPS to Operate Under Plan C Beginning January 7

Following this afternoon’s approval by the Henderson County Board of Public Education, Henderson County Public Schools will “Return to Learn” from Winter Break on Thursday, Jan. 7 under Plan C – the fully remote learning model, with the goal of returning to in-person learning on February 1. As discussed in December, January’s regularly scheduled school […]

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HCPS Seeks Bids for Athletics Streaming Presenting Sponsor

Henderson County Public Schools (HCPS) is seeking advertising bids for the “District Champ for HCPS Athletics” Presenting Sponsor Package, with tier exclusivity across the district’s 4 high school athletic streaming channels on the NFHS Network for the remainder of the Fall 2020 athletic season. Valued at a minimum of $5,000, the “District Champ for HCPS […]

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Isabella’s Back-To-School Success Story

The Office of Elementary and Secondary Education (OESE) has spent the past few months discussing the return to in-person learning, and has encouraged districts across the nation to seek out testimonials from parents, teachers, school officials, and community members sharing their positive experiences – in both virtual and in-person environments. The following is one such “back-to-school success story” […]

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Kaufman Family’s Back-To-School Success Story

The Office of Elementary and Secondary Education (OESE) has spent the past few months discussing the return to in-person learning, and has encouraged districts across the nation to seek out testimonials from parents, teachers, school officials, and community members sharing their positive experiences – in both virtual and in-person environments. The following is one such “back-to-school […]

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