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  • New Roofs Coming for High Schools

    Teachers and staff will no longer need to place trashcans in rooms to catch falling water. Or, wrestle with a mop and bucket to mop up puddles of water collecting in the hallway. All because new roofs are coming.

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  • Bladen County Native Named New Career and Technical Director

    Bladen County schools has exceptional CTE programs because of support from our school board, administrative teams, CTE staff members, and business and industry partners. We are fortunate to have state of the art facilities and resources to support our teachers so they can provide the best CTE educational experience for our students. And the new incoming CTE director says they are thrilled to begin their new role as director.

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  • Application for NC Pre-k Site Due January 28

    This is the year for the Site Selection Process in Bladen County. ALL interested and eligible DCDEE 4 and 5 Star licensed programs – public and private facilities must submit applications

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  • Teen Mental Health First Aid Coming to West Bladen

    West Bladen High School will participate in the teen Mental Health First Aid pilot program run by the National Council for Behavioral Health with support from Lady Gaga’s Born This Way Foundation.

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  • IRS Releases New, Revised W-4 Tax Form

    IRS Form W-4, which instructs employers how much tax to withhold, got a makeover for 2020 from the Internal Revenue Service. The redesign reflects changes to the federal tax code from the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, which took effect last year. The update, the I.R.S. said,

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  • It's an Early Start Date for the 2020-2021 School Year

    In a unanimous decision, the Bladen County Board of Education approved an early start calendar for the 2020-2021 school year at their December 9 board meeting.

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  • Maintain, Don't Gain Challenge

    The Holiday Challenge is a FREE weight maintenance program that runs from Thanksgiving through New Year’s Eve. Instead of focusing on losing weight during such a hectic time of year, we encourage participants to maintain their weight throughout the holiday season. During the 7-week program we send weekly newsletters, daily tips, weekly challenges, and healthy holiday recipes directly to participant’s inbox to help them stay encouraged and motivated. Any adult over 18 years of age across the United States with a valid email address can join the Holiday Challenge. Participants can participate as much or as little as they would like to, as all recourses are sent to their email and/or are available online. To learn more and to register, click here

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  • BCS Teacher Finalist for NC Beginning Teacher of the Year

    The beginning of a teaching career can be filled with excitement and fear, successes and challenges, and joy and tears. This year Bladen County Schools introduced the Beginning Teacher of the Year award to recognize the extra effort beginning teachers put in to make their first few years successful. The BCS BTOY has been selected by North Carolina as a finalist in

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  • BCS teacher in Top Two Regional Teacher of the Year Finalist

    For more than 50 years our nation has honored teachers with the National Teacher of the Year Program . The National Teacher of the Year Program, sponsored by the Voya Financial, Inc., is a project of the Council of Chief State School Officers. Since 1970, North Carolina has participated in this program recognizing outstanding teachers. In 2013, the NC Department of Public Instruction announced their partnership with Burroughs Wellcome Fund as the new major sponsor of the North Carolina Teacher of the Year Program.

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  • Local schools donate to Ronald McDonald House

    The family of Dr. Andrakeia Shipman, and employees from Bladen County Schools, delivered a sizable donation to the Ronald McDonald House in Durham, NC. The donations were given in memory of Dr. Shipman, niece of Bladen County Schools CTE Director Willa Dean Shipman Williams.

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  • National Child Passenger Safety Week

    With nearly 200 million drivers on U.S. roadways, chances are high that most American drivers will experience car crashes during their lifetimes. While the majority of the nearly 6.5 million car crashes a year are non-fatal, even minor fender benders can have a significant impact on children, particularly those who are unrestrained.

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  • September board meeting recap

    The September monthly board of education meeting was held on Monday, September 9, 2019.

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  • School performance grades show growth

    With over 50 percent of our schools receiving a letter grade of “C” we recognize their commitment and the wholeheartedness they display every day for the education of our students

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  • Schools to reopen Monday, September 9, 2019

    Monday, September 9 will be a regular school day to include

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  • Hurricane Dorian school closings

    Due to the projected path of Hurricane Dorian, and to allow Emergency Management Operations time to prepare and open shelters

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  • Driver's Ed registration now open

    Registration for the 2019-2020 school year is now open

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  • Signal 92 program in place for school safety

    We started the Signal 92 Program in 2015 as an added safety measure for the safety of our children

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  • Open House date and times

    Mark your calendars now and plan to join us on August 22 for our district wide

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  • School-based Outpatient Therapy

    Coastal Horizons Center provides a continuum of professional services to promote healthier lives, stronger families, and safer communities.

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  • Back to School Bash

    The Elizabethtown Rotary Club is sponsoring a "Polo to Go" Back to School campaign in which we are collecting new polos to give away at the Back to School Bash at the Cape Fear Farmer's Market on August 17th from

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