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North Laurinburg Elementary Home of the Polar Bears! 
 
School Announcements
January Dates







 

Martin Luther King, Jr. Holiday
January 16
No School for Students

Teacher Workday
January 23
No School for Students

Awards Day
January 31, 20017
K-2 8:30-9:30
3-5 9:30 - 10:30
February Dates

 Black History Month Program
February 1, 2017
1:45

Valentine King and Queen Program
February 9, 2017
5:30

 
Choir Christmas

The North Laurinburg Elementary School Choir took to the road caroling this past week. They visited our business partners and several nursing homes. Their itinerary included:
Laurinburg Presbyterian Church
Purcell Clinic
Prestwick Village
Willow Place
Scotland Motors
The students received much joy from sharing their songs, their time  and their Christmas spirit with others!
MERRY CHRISTMAS
from
NLES Choir

 
Christmas Program


MERRY CHRISTMAS
from

NORTH LAURINBURG ELEMENTARY

Students, faculty and parents celebrated the upcoming  holiday on Monday Dec. 10 with the
Christmas Program titled "Santa and the Star Search". Mr. Byers gave opening remarks followed by the Christmas Story read by Mr. Seely, music teacher.  A solo. "Mary Did You Know", was done by our own Mrs. Delorenzo, art teacher followed by a section, Angels We Have Heard On High", by the North Laurinburg Handbell Choir. The North Laurinburg Elementary School Choir sand several selections as well as each grade level performed a song that had been chosen for them. The four speaking parts of the program were preformed by Kaliyah David, Rebecca Kaba, Kishawn Pate and J'Ziah Shaw. The program ended with a visit from Santa himself reminding the students to be on their best behavior, Christmas was almost here!! We have numerous visitors from the Central Office including Dr. Hargrave. Thank you coming to attend our program. We wish everyone a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!!


 
Math Night

The Reindeer Games were a success!!

Math Night Reindeer Games
Over 100 attended our Reindeer Games Math Night
on Thursday December 15. Math games were enjoyed by
students as well as parents. Participants were welcomed
with a Christmas selection by the North Laurinburg Student Choir
and then given the chance to move from room to room every
15 minutes to play math games with instruction from their
teachers. After games were completed pizza was served
and another selection from the choir was heard. It was a great
night in all and everyone got to play math "Reindeer Games" even
 Rudolph!!
Christmas Lunch/Food Drive


Thank you to all the parents who attended
our Christmas Lunch on Thursday Dec. 15!
Also a Thank you to all the parents and students
who helped our Student Council reach their goal
of 350 canned goods for the holiday food drive!
Spelling Bee



Spelling Bee Winner!
North Laurinburg Elementary conducted their annual School Spelling Bee on Tuesday, Nov. 22 in the Library. The Winner and Runner Up was represented from each 3-5 class. McCormick                                                             
Shyanne White – Winner                                                       
Ebony McMillian – Runner up
                                                           
A Locklear
J’Ziah Shaw – Winner
Lamiyah Nimetullah – Runner Up
 
Howansky
La'BreYah McCrimmon – Winner
Kaliyah David - Runner Up
 
Harris
Jaquaisia Farmer  - Winner
Anthony White  - Runner Up
 
Lussier
Elvire Christovale- Winner
 Diamond Huff  - Runner Up
 
Alford
Rah’Eana Wilkerson – Winner
Dalyn Locklear – Runner up
 
Ritchey
Matthew Boyette – Winner
Kishawn Pate – Runner Up
 
Pinkston
Baldemar Valdez – Winner
Thurston Johnson – Runner Up

AND THE WINNER IS. . .
Rah'Eana Wilkerson

with Runner Up being
J'Ziah Shaw.

Micah will go on to represent our school on Dec. 13 at the Central Office for the County WIde Spelling Bee! I know she will make us all proud!! You ROAR girl!!
Lumbee Ambassadors

LUMBEE AMBASSADORS
North Laurinburg welcomed the Lumbee Ambassadors to their school on Tuesday, November 22. Miss Lumbee Lindsey Christen Oxendine is the 22 –year old daughter of Rev. Terry Oxendine and wife Linda. She resides in Lumberton, NC and is a student at the University of Pembroke where she majors in Business Education. Teen Miss Lumbee Kenda Brooke Hunt is 17 year old daughter of Kent and Nahir Hunt from the Prospect Community in Robeson County. She is a senior at Purnell Swett High School. Junior Miss Lumbee Kaloni Skye Walton is the 13 year old daughter of Sonny and Vonnie Walton of Lumberton in the Clyburn Pines Community. She attends school at Magnolia in Lumberton.  Little Miss Lumbee is Kamryn Paige Locklear. She is the 7 year old daughter of Courtney McGirt and Marvin Locklear. She currently attends Pembroke Elementary School where she is in the second grade. The Ambassadors shared with the students information about the Lumbee Tribe history, stories and songs. Thank you so much for the wonderful information and the very eloquent presentation. 






 
Mini Field Day
K-2 students enjoyed a PBIS mini field day on Friday afternoon.
Students could purchase the mini field day using 10 Polar Bear
Paws that they had earned through positive behavior!
Students enjoyed a Relay Race with Baton, Ball hop and
 Tug-of-war! Students also enjoyed a freeze pop after all
the activities!

 
Thanksgiving Lunch
A Great Big
THANK YOU
to the Cafeteria Staff, the Events Committee
and to all the parents who came out to visit
and eat with us on Thursday, Nov. 17 for lunch!
The food was delicious, the decorations were beautiful
and the visits with parents was memorable for the students!
We hope that everyone has a very
HAPPY THANKSGIVING!!

 
SGA ELECTIONS


AND THE WINNER IS . . .

North Laurinburg Elementary held its annual Student Government Elections on Tuesday, Nov. 8

The program began with a few words from  Mr. Garland Pierce, State Representative. Student Council Representatives from each class were introduced - Daylan Locklear, Ahavia Bridges, Rondarius Knight, Rebecca Kaba, William Ivey, Kishawn Pate, Elviere Christovale, Jacob McIver and baldemar Valdez.
 Students each gave speeches as to why they would make a good candidate for the office that they were running for. After speeches all students from grades 3-5 were given a chance to vote for their candidates. The students have spoken and here are the winners of the Student Government Elelctions:
President: Daylan Locklear
Vice President : Ahavia Bridges
Secretary – Rondarius Knight

Congratulations to all the Candidates!
Rotary Club
A Big
THANK YOU
to the Laurinburg Rotary Club for
the distribution of Dictionaries to our
3rd Grade Students!

 
Mentors
Thank you to the Laurinburg Chief of Police and Laurinburg Fire
Department Chief for the giving of their time in the mentoring of some of our young men at North Laurinburg!


Native American Program

Native American Program
November 3, 2016

North Laurinburg students had the opportunity to hear the Native American Storyteller Kat Littleturtle. The children were mesmerized by her stories from her Cherokee heritage. Accompanying her was her grandson Kaya Littleturtle, who shared with the students dancing and singing from their Cherokee and Lumbee heritage. Students also learned about Native American clothing and how important it us to know your life story and keeping your heritage alive no matter where you come from.

Fall

Thank you to Mrs. Deese and Mr. McNeill for the beautiful landscaping in the front of the school! We are now ready for Fall and for Parent Conference!
Reading

Thank you to all the teachers, parents and students for making our Super Hero Reading Night a success. We look forward to seeing all of your at our Math Night later on in the year!
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