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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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  • Message from the Superintendent to the Class of 2020

    As we work through this 'new' reality, it is important to our system that we make a commitment to our seniors to hold a graduation ceremony as well as prom. We can't confirm specific details, but we want to let our students know that we will make sure these events happen. We are aware that other senior activities have been postponed, and these will be rescheduled if possible.

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  • Essential Operations During the Stay At Home Order

    As ordered by Gov. Roy Cooper public schools are closed until May 15 and the Governor's recent announcement of a 30-day stay at home order means that the already limited operations of the school system will be reduced further.

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  • School Closure Extended to May 15

    Gov. Roy Cooper extended school closure to May 15 in an effort to slow the spread of COVID-19 as recommended by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).

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  • No School Visitors Please

    To limit the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19), all schools are closed to students as directed by Gov. Roy Cooper. Effective Friday, Mar. 20, the school district will restrict visitors who are non-employees on all school campuses and educational sites.

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