Burke County middle schoolers answered many intriguing science questions in the annual Burke County Middle School Science Fair. Burke County Public Schools, in partnership with Continental, hosted the annual middle school science fair Thursday at Liberty Middle School. A total of ten students entered six projects in three categories. In addition to research and a project board
Walter R. Johnson Middle School has been designated as a low-performing school by the North Carolina State Board of Education due to receiving a school performance grade of D, despite meeting expected growth. The school is actively implementing a comprehensive improvement plan to address...
Starting the first day of school, Aug. 28, 2023, all BCPS students will receive breakfast and lunch for free from their school cafeteria. BCPS has adopted the Community Eligibility Provision, a school meal option for schools and districts in high-poverty areas. This eliminates the need for BCPS families to complete the free and reduced meal application and allows all students access to free meals at school.
Burke County Public Schools students will be required to follow a new no vaping policy when school starts on Aug. 28. Vaping and vaping paraphernalia are not permitted in Burke County Public Schools buildings or on grounds, on buses, or during school-sponsored activities off campus.
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