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á Welcome to Watauga County Schools á
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Office hours at the Board of Educationáare
7:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday
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Bus Drivers Use New Hand Signals to Keep Students Safe
This year's efforts to protect students include new hand signals
áfor school bus drivers. áClick hereáto learn more.


David Lee is New Baseball Coach for WHSááá
Coach Lee has a record of success at two other NC
áhigh schools. áClick here for additional information


Personnel Changes Announcedááá
Two new assistant principals and changes in the central officeá
have been announced for WCS.ááClick here for more details.

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

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á We Are Watauga! á
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á School system employees gathered for a group photo in front of the high school after a day of professional development sessions, information about employee benefits and optional health assessments, áand a convocation featuring remarks by Teacher of the Year Allison Sparks, áPrincipal of the Year Patrick Sukow, Superintendent Dr. Scott Elliott, Board of Education Chair Ron Henries, and State Superintendent of Public Instruction Dr. June Atkinson. á A slide show from the day's events is just below this announcement.á á
á Day of Professional Development and Employee Information Brings
WCSáPersonnel Together at Watauga High School
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á "Back 2 School Festival" Brings Community Together for Studentsá á
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The Back 2 School Festival gives students a helping hand in many ways. Organized by Quiet Givers and co-sponsored by the Watauga County Schools and other partners, áthe event provides students that need assistance with school supplies of all kinds donated by local businesses and individual, free haircuts by local stylists, an introduction to the family services available at local agencies, free lunches from Green Street Catering, and even a chance to safely gaze at the sun courtesy of ASU. It all happens at Watauga High School, where attendance was estimated at close to 1,000, plus scores of volunteers. áIt's a great example of how this generous community shows its strong support for children and families and its great commitment to education.á
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