Report Cards - April 5
Spring Carnival - April 6
5:30 - 8:00
Awards Day - April 11
K-2 8:30-9:30 3-5 9:30 - 10:30
Spring Break April 14-21
1/2 Price Book Fair April 25 - May 3
Congratulations to the following students for being Artist of the Week and Artist of the Month!!
Pre-K: Jamie Galbreath
K: A'nesti Grant
1: Amyia Leak
2: Aniyah Crosland
3: Shamiya Brown
4: Ja'Lynn Dixon-McNair
5: Zahmani Campbell
February Artist of the Month: Zahmani Campbell
for all you do for us Mrs. Wilson!!!
To the BEST Social Worker in Scotland County!!!
Dr. Seuss Fish Guessing Contest! The correct
number of fish was 1.606 and we had a tie with
two students both guessing 1.600! Those students
are Jayden Leggette in Ms. Cain's Kindergarten and
Shontavia Crosby in Mrs. McCormick's Third Grade.
Those students got to split the tube of Goldfish and
each received a bag filled with school supplies and
lots of goodies!!
Favorite Book Character Day!!!
North Laurinburg Elementary concluded their Black History Month with a schoolwide celebration on Monday, February 27 at 1:15. Each grade level from PreK to 5th grade gave a performance or shared some Black History facts with the school. The school and visitors also got to hear several selections from the North Laurinburg Polar Bear Chorus.
Legos are cool and robots are cool, so if you put the two together, you've got something awesome! During tonight's Committee of the Whole meeting, with the help of two expert student engineers from North Laurinburg Elementary School and Amber Hutchins, STEM Facilitator, Board members and administration got to explore the new Lego Robotics program that has recently been implemented in our elementary and middle schools. And make sure to mark your calendars for April 8 when our Robotics Club members will show off their skills at the Robotics Showcase at Sycamore Lane Elementary School.
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to the winners of the
LOVE THE BUS
First: Zy'kia Bittle
Second: Shania Chavis
Third: William Ivey
Honorable Mention: Landon Spaulding
Thank you Mrs. DiLorenzo, Art Teacher
NC A& T University and International Civil Rights Center and Museum, Greensboro, NC.
Congratulations Pearlettes and Ambassadors
Febrary 9, 2017 Induction Ceremony
Lilliah Sanchez Jamarius Pegues
Elvire Christovale Najee Gibson
Ahavia Bridges Justus Chavis
Jaquaisia Farmer Dayln Locklear
Haleigh Ivey Cameron Davis
Asia Shamberger Velmar Ratcliff
Imani Shamberger Elwood Ratcliff
Te'Aelah Bethea Matthew Boyette
Alexiona Lane Marquez Johnson
Rah'Eana Wilkerson Treshaun Morrison
Zahmani Campbell Xavier Crosby
Valentine King and Queen program
on Thursday, February 9, 2017!
to all the classroom
Kings and Queens!!
Congratulations to the following students for being chosen
as Mrs. DiLorenzo's Art Students of the Week!
Pre-K Amarion Hasty
K Labria Lindsey
1 Keshawn Lowe
2 Jaylin Harris
3 Destanie Locklear
4 Marquez Johnson
5 Christopher Cook
and for Destanie Locklear for being chosen as the Art Student of the Month!!
Awesome job students!!
North Laurinburg opened up Black History Month on Wednesday, February 1 with a Black History Program. The program opened with a welcome from Mr. Keith Diggs followed by the Pledge of Allegiance, Student Affirmation and the Black National Anthem by the North Laurinburg Choir. A presentation followed about past President Barak Obama (Elwood Ratcliff) , the Greensboro 4 (Imani Shamberger) and Katherine Johnson (Velmar Ratcliff) whom the movie Hidden Figures was written about. It was an interesting and knowledgeable start to a month full of Black History!! We look forward to learning more each day!
to all the students who received awards on Tuesday, January 31!
Awards were given out for Terrific Kid, Accelerated Reader, Attendance, Shinning Star, Shooting Star, Outstanding Student, A Honor Roll, A-B Honor Role, PBIS, SRO, Art, Music and PE.
A new award the Polar Bear Pride, which is being sponsored by the
Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, was given to a student in each classroom chosen on their behavior and grades. The Principal's Award which is given to a 5th Grade student was awarded to Elwood Ratcliff!
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
Spelling Bee Winner!
Shyanne White – Winner
Ebony McMillian – Runner up
J’Ziah Shaw – Winner
Lamiyah Nimetullah – Runner Up
La'BreYah McCrimmon – Winner
Kaliyah David - Runner Up
Jaquaisia Farmer - Winner
Anthony White - Runner Up
Elvire Christovale- Winner
Diamond Huff - Runner Up
Rah’Eana Wilkerson – Winner
Dalyn Locklear – Runner up
Matthew Boyette – Winner
Kishawn Pate – Runner Up
Baldemar Valdez – Winner
Thurston Johnson – Runner Up
AND THE WINNER IS. . .
with Runner Up being
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!!
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!
to the Laurinburg Rotary Club for
the distribution of Dictionaries to our
3rd Grade Students!
Department Chief for the giving of their time in the mentoring of some of our young men at North Laurinburg!
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!