The goal of the Student Services Program is to help students be prepared to do their best in school.
School Counselors, School Social Workers, the Drug Education Counselor, the School Nurses, and the School Resource Officers work to a assist students in meeting their potential and to help faculty and parents support student success. These professionals provide and coordinate services for students and families and work with other agencies as appropriate to meet student needs.
Student Services Announcements
Requests for reassignments must normally be submitted between April 1 and May 15. You may request a reassignment outside of these dates if your request falls under an exemption listed in the Watauga County Board of Education Student Assignment policy. Links to this policy and other related policies are available under the School Assignments section of Board Policies by clicking here. If you have more questions, please contact Student Services Director Dr. Paul Holden at 828 264-7190 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
PLEASE BE AWARE: Watauga County is divided into 8 elementary public school attendance areas and one public high school. Students are assigned according to state law to the school serving their grade level in the attendance area in which the student is domiciled. "Domiciled" is defined as where the student lives with his or her parent(s) or court appointed guardian.