Mrs. Webb’s class is learning about force, motion, and how friction affects motion using the book Sheep in a Jeep. It is a fun way to explore these concepts.
3 months ago, Jessica Bowers
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Webb
Webb
Webb
The Lego Robotics Team had a great practice session on Saturday at STEM Day. They did a wonderful job explaining to students and parents from all over the county how they code their robots and answered questions about their Innovation project.
3 months ago, Jessica Bowers
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Moran
Moran
Moran
Moran
Moran
Our students had a blast at the Southern Conference Education Days at Harrah's Cherokee Center - Asheville! Students enjoyed a morning of high-energy basketball fun, and found inspiration in talented college athletes, musicians, and performers! Special thanks to the Regional Sports Commission, Harrah's, and the Southern Conference for making these rewarding days possible! Check the BCS Facebook for more photos!
3 months ago, BCS Communications
Students cheering at the SOCON game.
Students cheering at the SOCON game.
Teacher cheering at the SOCON game.
Student cheering at the SOCON.
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3 months ago, Mary Nichols
How much screen time is enough? All BCS families are invited to a special screening of SCREENAGERS, March 28 at 6pm in the NBMS theater. Admission is free.
3 months ago, Buncombe County Schools
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Third Grade is celebrating huge growth in reading and math! We have been working on main idea and division. The students hard work is paying off! We feel more celebrations coming in the near future as we near the CORE Growth goals we have been working towards!
3 months ago, Jessica Bowers
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Snyder
Snyder
Check out this week's News from the Nest! Be sure to read about Leadership Day T-shirts! https://www.smore.com/n/j364c
3 months ago, Mary Nichols
Check out Mrs. Swann's Class and their guest readers from North Buncombe High School Baseball team. Students enjoyed hearing the story Green Eggs and Ham read by sophomores Jake & Lane. Mrs. Swann's class had a wonderful time with these amazing players. We wish them luck in their upcoming season. Go Blackhawks!
3 months ago, Jessica Bowers
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Swann
Swann
Swann
Swann
Fourth graders created fraction cards to solidify their fraction knowledge. After creating the fraction cards, students sorted their cards on a number line from least to greatest. Students also played a game called “Capture Fractions,” which is similar to the card game called War.
4 months ago, Jessica Bowers
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Fields
Fields
Fields
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Fields
Check out this week's News from the Nest for the week of March 3rd : https://www.smore.com/n/ftu68
4 months ago, Mary Nichols
In science, 4th grade students experimented with potential and kinetic energy by building domino structures. After students built the structures, they identified where there was potential energy. Student then added kinetic energy to see the structure’s energy path, and energy transfer.
4 months ago, Jessica Bowers
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Bell
Bell
Bell
Bell
Bell
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4 months ago, Mary Nichols
Miss House’s class practices reading with fluency each week with Flashlight Fridays! Thanks to donations from our Black Hawk families, students enjoy getting cozy with a favorite book each Friday afternoon.
4 months ago, Jessica Bowers
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House
House
House
House
House
House
Miss Plummer’s class investigated the properties of solids by describing different objects! Students used adjectives to describe the different solids they examined.
4 months ago, Jessica Bowers
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Plummer
Plummer
Plummer
Plummer
WVES Live: Behind the Green Screen Pull back the curtain and see how the magic is made. These student wizards conduct every aspect of the morning announcements from writing to production.
4 months ago, Jessica Bowers
JBowers
JBowers
JBowers
JBowers
JBowers
JBowers
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4 months ago, Mary Nichols
Mrs. Clouse’s third graders worked hard on main idea with supporting details, and then played hard with a game called array cover-up. Students are considering how to break apart, larger, multiplication combinations, using known combinations.
4 months ago, Jessica Bowers
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Clouse
Clouse
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Clouse
Clouse
Clouse
Clouse
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4 months ago, Mary Nichols
Students in 4th grade learned about the difference between weathering and erosion by observing what happened to "rocks" during various experiments. Students saw that rocks can be broken down into sediments and those sediments can move to new locations
4 months ago, Jessica Bowers
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Graham
Graham
Graham
Graham
Mrs. Ingle’s class is using synergy to write questions about the text we read. They had a cube with the question words on it, they rolled the cube to determine which word that their question would begin with.
5 months ago, Jessica Bowers
photo by Ingle
photo by Ingle
photo by Ingle
photo by Ingle