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E.O. Young Elementary

Henderson, NC

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Our Mission & Our Vision

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     OUR MISSION

    Our mission is to set high expectations to empower creative leadership. Our mission will be accomplished through an academically rich and safe environment where students can become part of an interactive diverse community, in which they feel safe and successful.

     OUR VISION

    The vision of our school is to provide a warm, loving and inviting environment where everyone is empowered to be responsible learners, outstanding leaders, accepting of others and respectful of everyone.


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Weekly News

  • Weekly News: May 16, 2022

    Thursday we will have our Night of The Arts musical beginning at 6:30. Please join us and celebrate the great talents of your children!!! Click here to see what all is happening at the Tiger Den..

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  • Weekly News: May 9, 2022

    Tomorrow ALL students will go to the Book Fair and pick a book up to $10 and receive another book free. This is on us! Click here to learn more of what is going on at the Tiger Den this week!

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News & Announcements

  • Vance County Schools Named National Beta District of Distinction for 2021-2022 School Year

    National Beta is proud to announce Vance County Schools as a 2021-2022 National District of Distinction. This award is given to those deserving districts who offer National Beta in all schools in their district, and who induct qualifying students in all eligible grades 6-12 in our traditional schools. Vance County Schools is one of only 36 districts to receive this award nationwide.

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  • High-Tech Learning Accelerator Provides Experience for 2 VCS Students

    As members of the North Carolina High-Tech Learning Accelerator (NCHTLA) Advisory Council, two of our high school students, Briannah Royster and Joshua Hernandez, and our innovation lead, Dr. Destiney Ross-Putney, had the opportunity to participate in a two-day design lab in Wilmington, NC. Thirty-two students and nineteen innovation leads across the state worked in collaborative groups to tackle the design question, "What kinds of learning experiences might you design to help students learn about, prepare for, and pursue high-tech jobs?" 

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  • Vance County Schools Arts Alive 2022 Champion of the Arts & Superintendent's Choice Awards Winner Recipients

    Arts Alive 2022 gave us a day full of art and appreciation, as our Vance County Schools students showcased their talents through visual and performing arts, as well as a culinary art experience.​​ Let's congratulate Jessie Trujillo, winner of the Superintendent's Choice Award, and the Vance County School's Board of Education, recipient of the Champion of Arts Award. Congratulations!

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  • Center for Innovation's (CFI) Gargoyle Garden Ribbon Cutting Ceremony

    Vance County Schools held a ribbon cutting today for Gargoyle Garden, a musical garden located at the Center for Innovation (CFI), located at 219 Charles Street. The garden is filled with musical instruments that provide experiences for students to learn about beats, music, echo, reverberation and much more! The garden is named after the gargoyles positioned across the facade as part of the 1930's construction of the building.

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  • LB Yancey Elementary Hosts Career Fair

    Nurses, doctors, civil servants and a host of other mini-career professionals filled the halls of the L B Yancey Elementary School on Tuesday, March 22, 2022 signaling the start of Career Day.

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  • Dabney Elementary Enhances Literacy through the Laura Bush Foundation for America's Library Grant

    Students at Dabney Elementary School have been afforded the opportunity to enhance their reading selections, as their library grew substantially during 2021-2022. With hundreds of new titles, students are renewing their love for reading and finding books that match their interests. This incredible enhancement was made possible through the Laura Bush Foundation for America’s Libraries. 

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