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Safety Around Water

The Henderson Family YMCA's Safety Around Water (SAW) initiative partners with second graders from Vance County Schools to instill vital water safety skills. SAW is a national program offered by YMCAs that focuses on teaching children how to navigate water environments safely, regardless of their age or background. Kim Davis, Director of Aquatics at the Henderson Family YMCA, leads the SAW program along with several staff and volunteers, ensuring safety and a positive learning experience for every student. Davis provided insight into one of the aims of this program - “Each year there are drownings but lately the drownings have increased. We live in an area with large lakes and pools. The SAW program teaches safety skills to help the students to be able to help save themselves until help arrives.”

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NCSPRA Blue Ribbon Award 2024

The North Carolina School Public Relations Association (NCSPRA) has honored Vance County Schools for excellence in communications. Vance County earned a total of 4 Blue Ribbon Awards for outstanding and effective communication and a Best of the Best in the state of North Carolina. NCSPRA presented the awards during a special ceremony held in High Point, NC on February 9, 2024. The Blue Ribbon Awards are the highest honor presented by NCSPRA to school districts.

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Student in SparkNC lab

Through a partnership with The Innovation Project (TIP), Vance County Schools is part of a groundbreaking educational program, SparkNC, which is shaping the future for North Carolina students. Funded by the North Carolina General Assembly in 2021, SparkNC is part of the state's plan to benefit students affected by COVID-19. TIP, a nonprofit collaborative group of North Carolina public school district leaders, is incubating the concept of SparkNC over the next several years with hopes for the program to expand to additional public schools in North Carolina. The collaboration of TIP and SparkNC provides a vision for the future of education and designs equitable, learner-centered strategies.

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