HVE School News

HVE School News
Posted on 05/12/2020
During the COVID-19 Quarantine, HVE will post uplifting and informative news and pictures to this post. Everyone stay well!





Autism Awareness Month:

Autism Awareness Bulletin Board at HVE
This beautiful bulletin board made up of Kindergarten, 1st Grade, and 2nd Grade student handprints was put up last month in honor of Autism Awareness Month.

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Kind Note Shared from a PTO Parent:


Hi Mrs. Walker!
How are you doing?? I've talked to quite a few friends in AR, FL, and AL and I have to say that Buncombe County Schools is doing a fantastic job! Our teachers and administrators are handling this situation with grace and love towards the parents. The app that my child is using - Seesaw - is great!  PERFECT for  her age and skill level.  My other child is enjoying using Google Classroom and seeing his teacher each day on the morning video. They have both had Zoom calls to see and talk with their friends.
You guys are all doing such a great job! Thank you!

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Updated Kindergarten Enrollment Information

Enrollment Instructions During COVID-19

To protect our families and staff during the COVID-19 'Stay Home, Stay Safe' season, in-person tours and appointments are temporarily unavailable. However, our schools are guiding families through the enrollment process virtually according to updated instructions. In short, parents will complete the Online Enrollment normally, and then schools will provide guidance for receiving the most essential documents initially. 

1.   Buncombe County Schools Online Enrollment Web Page
https://www.buncombeschools.org/enrollment
Or
Enroll.BuncombeSchools.org

(Online enrollment for the 2020-2021 school year is now available in English, Spanish, and Russian)

2.  Parents must read the Enroll Now page before completing online enrollment.

3.  After completion of online enrollment, parents/guardians must contact the school, 828-665-0619, for directions to submit required documents. (documents should be submitted by fax or email).

Required Documents for Kindergarten Registration:
●       One Proof of Residence. It must be a utility bill (power, water, or gas), a mortgage statement, rental/lease agreement, deed, or buyer's agreement.
●       Copy of child's birth certificate.
●       Proof of guardianship. Can include birth certificate, divorce papers, Social Services paperwork signed by a judge awarding custody. Custody paperwork authorized by a judge or Social Services/foster care placement paperwork is required for all children not living with their natural parent.

Documents To Be Turned in When School Meets for Orientation or Meet the Teacher:
●       Photo Identification of parent/legal guardian
●       Second Proof of Residence
●       Copy of up-to-date immunization records. If your child is not immunized, you will need to speak with a school nurse. By law, due within 30 calendar days of enrollment.
●       North Carolina Health assessment. For all students new to North Carolina Public schools, this form must be completed. By law, this form is due within 30 calendar days of enrollment.

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Virtual Homework Diner on Tuesday, May 5

On Tuesday, May 5th from 5:00-6:00 p.m., there is going to be a Virtual Homework Diner, particularly for parents to connect with other parents, community leaders, and school staff about virtual learning.

Click here for more information.

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Buncombe County Community Engagement Market

Starting Tuesday, May 5, and continuing on the first Tuesday of the month through the summer, is a Buncombe County Community Engagement Market at Enka Middle School from 5:30-7:00 p.m. where free fresh produce and groceries will be available for pick up from Manna Food Bank. For more information, click on one of the following:
Community Engagement Market Flier - English
Community Engagement Market Flier - Spanish

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HVE Sunshine Parade Video

On Monday, May 11, HVE teachers and staff drove through the HVE district to say "hello"! Click here for a fun and heartwarming video of this wonderful parade!

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5/26/20 - Pick-up Student Belongings at HVE

On Tuesday, May 26, from 9 a.m. - noon, students may pick up their belongings from HVE by going through the car rider line.