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Welcome to Watauga County Schools


Five WHS Students Chosen for Governor's School
NC Governor's School is a prestigious summer program offered
to a relative handful of students selected from across the state.
Click here for additional information.

Philip Norman to be Principal at Green Valley School
Philip Norman will succeed Phillip Griffin as principal
on July 1st.  Click here for the press release.


Spring Issue of The Learning Leader 

  The WCS newsletter provides updates on key topics in
our schools.
Click here for the current issue.



  For more system news and announcements,
please click on the "News & Data" link at the top of this page.
 Achievements of Students, School Personnel, and Board Members
Highlighted at April Board of Education Meeting

Watauga High School students Nick Caudill, Isaac Earp, Daniel Taylor and Graham Roten have been winning awards and scholarships in SkillsUSA competition for students in automotive technology.  Barbara Kinsey and Dr. Lee Warren (Chair) were recognized for completion of additional training to support their service on the Watauga Board of Education. The training is provided by the NC School Board Association.
Andrea Ormsby was recognized as the WCS afterschool site director of the year for 2013-14.  Ormsby is site director for the Hardin Park afterschool program and the snow day program based at Hardin Park.  She was presented to the Board by Afterschool Program Director Pam Shirley. Beaver Robinette of Valle Crucis, Phillip Griffin of Green Valley, Melissa Miller of Bethel, David Davis of Parkway, and Patrick  Sukow of Blowing Rock accepted honors for their schools' implementation of the Positive Behavior Intervention and Support program.  At far right is Karla Lerner, PBIS coordinator for WCS.
Cove Creek School Wax Museum Informs and Entertains
Both fourth grade classes at Cove Creek staged an historical wax museum where students portrayed important persons from the Civil War and the American Revolution.  Cady Donadio (above) showed up as Nancy Bennett. First in the hearts of his countrymen and first to be visible as you entered Mrs. Combs' classroom was George Washington, portrayed by Aithen PIttman. The long locks and noble bearing made quite an impression.
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