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  • To watch video of assembly click link Veterans Day Assembly

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    Progressive Dinner is coming up on December 12th please ask your child what they are working on for it.

    Important upcoming dates:



    11/19/2019-Math Night

    11/27-11/29 No School-Thanksgiving Holiday

    12/6/2019-Fall Picture Make-Up

    12/12/19-Progressive Dinner

    12/20/19-Early Release Day

    12/21/19-1/5/19-Christmas/NewYear Break



    "Remember to Read a good book every day!"





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  • Get a head start on reading this summer by reading these excellent choices from the Elementary Battle of the Books Reading list!

    EBOB 2020

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  • Kindergarten Graduation Performance 2019



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News Releases

  • We welcome you to Register for Kindergarten!

    The school district welcomes all children who will turn 5 years old on or before August 31, 2020, to register for kindergarten. We are delighted to have you in school!

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  • The message to students is to "Say Something"

    Caldwell County is among North Carolina school districts working with Sandy Hook Promise to offer training to school-level staff and students on the free online app where secure anonymous safety concerns can be reported to help at-risk individuals before they hurt themselves or others.

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  • Professional Development Day

    Teachers and staff focus on improving skills during a full-day professional development. These teachers are exploring the constitutional powers, legal authority, and evolution of the 'soft power' of the president from the Founding through the Progressive Era in a full day seminar on Teaching American History.

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  • Operation STEM in the Classroom

    Amy Philyaw, Director of STEM Education, developed a two-part series that incorporates science, English, and math into the new 4th grade Wit & Wisdom module.

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