October 31~1/2 Day Students~Noon Dismissal
School Improvement Team Meeting
Nov. 5th, 3PM
Parents Are Welcome
Engineers from GE came to fourth grade for National Nuclear Science week to share about Nuclear Energy. Students participated in an experiment to see how
energy can be created by mixing two chemicals
together and also acted out how energy is transferred
from it's source to electricity.
3rd Graders supported Anti Bullying Day
by wearing orange.
NHCS Board of Education
All outside doors to the school will be locked at 8AM
and will remain locked the remainder of the school day.
Someone at the front desk will respond to the
intercom system at the front door
to allow visitors into the school.
School Improvement Team
School Improvement Team Minutes 2014-2015
Meeting First Wednesday of the month thru May 2015
SIT Minutes Archives 2012-2014
School Improvement Plan
Mrs. Pitstick's first grade class investigated a pumpkin throughout the day in reading,
math, and science. Students had a great time brainstorming ways to describe the inside
and outside of the pumpkin. Then, they wrote their descriptions in their pumpkin book.
In math, students used pumpkin seeds to find the missing addend in addition problems. Finally, students used yarn and seeds to create a visual display of the inside of a pumpkin.
CAPE FEAR FLYERS
Junior Olympic Cross Country Team & Track & Field
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|New Hanover County Schools Mission
The mission of New Hanover County Schools, in collaboration with our parents and the community, is to strive to provide children an excellent education
in a safe and positive learning environment where they are prepared with the critical skills to reach their full potential for a world yet to be imagined.
In compliance with Federal law, including Section 504 of the 1973 Rehabilitation Act and the provisions of Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972,
New Hanover County Schools administers all state-operated educational programs, employment activities, and admissions without discrimination because of disability,
race, religion, national, or ethnic origin, color, age, military service, or gender except where exemption is appropriate and allowed by law.
To file a complaint of discrimination, contact: Dr. Rick Holliday, Deputy Superintendent, Student Support and Federal Programs,
6410 Carolina Beach Road, Wilmington, NC 28412, Telephone (910) 254-4206; Fax (910)254-4226.
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