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á Welcome to Watauga County Schools á
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Summer office hours at the áMargaretáGragg Education Center
(175 Pioneer Trail) areá7:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Monday through Thursday.
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School Bus Driver Training Offered August 2-4
Persons that would like to work as a school bus driver need to
complete this training. á
Please click hereáfor information about
an upcoming class to be offered in Avery County.á


Free Summer Meals Available at Two Schools
The summer nutrition program will offer free breakfast and
lunch at Cove Creek School and Mabel School.á
Click here for more information.á

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School Offices Adopt 4-Day Week for Most of Summerá
School offices are operating on a four day week for most of the summer. áá
Click here for the details


For more system news and announcements,
please click on the "News & Data" link at the top of this page.

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á Back 2 School Festival Returns to Watauga High School August 13 á
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If your family needs assistance getting children ready to start school, this event offers the opportunity to receive free school supplies, haircuts, information about community services, and more. Lunch and activities for children will also be available. áPlease click here for more informationáabout the Festival, including how you can help with donations or as a volunteer. WataugaáHigh School will host the Back 2 School Festival from 10 a.m. - 2 p.m. on the 13th.á
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á Smart Products Receives Education Partnership Awardá á
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In this photo are Dr. Scott Elliott, Special Olympics competitor Courtney Bell, Scott Lewis of Smart Products, and Keron Poteat of Watauga County Parks and Recreation, who serves as local Special Olympics Coordinator. Smart Products was presented with the award in recognition of their sustained and generous support of Special Olympics in Watauga County, having contributed $9,000 over the last three years to help pay for uniforms, travel, food, and other expenses of the event. áCourtney, a competitor in multiple sports since age 8, said "I really like Special Olympics as áa fun activity." áBoard of Education Chair Ron Henriesáremarked that "you ought to see her swim - she can do that like a fish." áBoth Dr. Elliott and Henries expressed deep gratitude for Smart Products' contributions to Special Olympics. á
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