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  • Fall Festival

    Whitnel Elementary will have our Fall Festival on Friday, Novemeber 3rd from 4:30-7:30. Everyone in the community is invited to attend and enjoy a night of Fall Fun and Festivities.  

    Activities will include: Games, silent auction, raffle, hayride, hamburgers and hotdogs, inflatables and much much more!!!!

    We look forward to seeing everyone at Whitnel!!! 

    Fall festival

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    Progressive Dinner 2016  Whitnel's Annual Progressive Dinner is coming on December 14th. Students are

    excited as they learn about cultures and customs around the world in preparation for

    the Progressive Dinner. We look forward to seeing all the students, families, and community as we celebrate  the outstandinghard work these students are doing! Progressive Dinner in December                                                                           


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News Releases

  • NC Report Cards Released with District Data

    Just as students receive report cards to inform parents of their academic performance, the Caldwell County School System receives a report from the Department of Public Instruction with detailed and comparative data on each public school in Caldwell County.

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  • Rotarians Gift Third Graders with Dictionaries

    Superintendent of Schools Dr. Steve Stone, who is also a Rotarian, assisted the Lenoir and Caldwell Rotary Clubs in their efforts to provide dictionaries to all 1,080 third graders and their teachers in the Caldwell County Schools.

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  • 2AA NCHSAA Championship Game Still On

    The North Carolina High School Athletic Association has affirmed that the 2AA Football Championship game this Saturday, Dec. 9, Hibriten High School vs. East Duplin High School, 3:00 P.M. at UNC-Chapel Hill in Kenan Stadium will continue as scheduled.

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  • Teachers' Bright Ideas Funded

    Blue Ridge Energy awarded $5,471 in Bright Ideas grants to educators for hands-on, innovative learning projects that help further traditional academic learning.

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