• Beets are Good for Us

    Beets are sweet tasting dark purple root vegetables grown in the ground. Eating locally grown vegetables and traditional foods helps keep our bodies healthy.

    What Do We Know about Beets?

    Beets have been grown for thousands of years in many parts of the world and are grown by our local gardeners as well. The green and red leaves and stems taste great in salads. If you are buying beets, look for ones that are hard and round.

  • We had an awards ceremony for our kids who made Honor Roll, had excellent attendance, and excelled in art class. We are proud of the progress our kids have made this year!

  • The 2024 Boys and Girls Mason Dixon Basketball Tournament has come to and end. Congratulations to all teams who participated, but a HUGE CONGRATS to our Fighting Hornets!! Our boys placed 4th, we brought home the Sportsmanship Award and one of our seniors, Ajaye Foote, was selected to the All Tournament team!!

    We wish them the safest travels back to ENCSD, we can’t wait to celebrate their accomplishments!!💚💛🐝🐝💛

  • Our boys' basketball team is the #1 seed for the Mason Dixon Basketball Tournament! They have worked extremely hard, and we want them to come home with a big championship trophy! They left for the tournament in Morganton today. You can  see the games livestreamed at this site: www.masondixon.org. They will be livestreaming all the tournament games. Our first game is Thursday evening Jan. 24th at 7:00pm. After that, the time we play depends on if we win or lose.

  • Here's some photos from the 🏀 VDSB vs ENCSD game 🏀 on Jan, 22! You can watch video of the game on our Facebook page!

  • The dietary staff had a Barnyard Bash in the Cafeteria today. The menu included: Quentin’s Fried Chicken or Pulled BBQ Pork, Cornbread, Potato Salad, Seasoned Collard Greens, Homemade Macaroni & Cheese, Baby Carrots w/Ranch, Fresh Watermelon, Mixed Fruit Cocktail, Homemade Banana Pudding, Sweet Tea, and Assorted Milk

    We have the best dietary staff and Quentin's Fried Chicken is finger licking good!

  • The CARE Project's 6th Annual Parent Professional Collaborative: Changing the Culture of Communication is happening in February. 100 people are registered along with 12 exhibitors and they still have seats available! Check out the details!

  • Our middle school robotics team traveled to Tennessee School for the Deaf yesterday to compete in the NRSC VEX IQ Competition! They have worked so hard this year. Good luck, Fighting Hornets! 💚🐝💛

  • Often called the queen of greens, kale is rapidly gaining popularity because of its exceptional nutrient richness, health benefits, and delicious flavor.

    Kale is one of the healthiest vegetables you can eat—one serving is both low in calories and packed with vitamins and minerals, including 200% of your daily Vitamin C requirement.

  • Applications for Operation Accelerate, our two-week summer program open to Deaf and Hard of Hearing students in the 54 easternmost counties of NC, are now open. Check out our Operation Accelerate page for more information and for links to the applications.