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Kindergarten registration in Highlands will be held on April 3, for the 2013 -2014 school year and will begin for parents, at 10 a.m. in the school’s media center.

At approximately 10:30 a.m. on April 3, Highlands’ school bus driver, Jack Philpot, will begin picking up students aboard one of our activity buses starting at the Highlands United Methodist Church. He will stop at each daycare center to pick up students. They will arrive at Highlands School by 10:50 a.m. PTO volunteers will be on the bus to help with the students.

Students not enrolled in a daycare center may meet before 10:30 a.m. at the Highlands Community Child Development Center, Inc. located at 89 Church Street, Highlands, to catch the bus.


Mountain View Intermediate students in Sara Shook’s 5th grade class have been studying a unit on the Civil War in their Social Studies class.

Historical Museum director Robert Shook arranged a presentation on WNC's involvement in the Civil War.

Presenters brought a variety of artifacts including uniforms, weapons, lanterns, flags, and maps.



Rotary Club of Franklin New Generations co-eirector and Macon County School Board member Gary Shields (L) presents Franklin High School Students Amber Sellino (C) and Cole McCauley the recognition of Rotary Students of the Month for January.




The teachers and staff of Victory Christian School announce the A and A/B honor roll.

View the full listing of all recognized students after the jump!


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