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American Education Week
Published by Amanda Hunt on November 14, 2019
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A banner saying American Education Week November 18-22 and five women smiling wearing grey shirts saying All-Stars in red

        
National Parental Involvement Day
Published by Amanda Hunt on November 14, 2019
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Mother, father, and young daughter standing together at a classroom door. Banner reads National Parental Involvement Day November 21, 2019.

        
National Native American Heritage Month
Published by Amanda Hunt on November 14, 2019
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Young Native American girl in colorful dress and feathered headdress. Banner reads November is National Native American Heritage Month.

        
Book Fair – 10/31-11/15
Published by Amanda Hunt on November 10, 2019
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OUR BOOK FAIR HAS BEEN EXTENDED TO FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 15TH!  Students and parents can shop during the school day.  We will also be open before the pageant this Friday and during intermission.  You can also shop online here:  Book Fair

Radiant rainbow background with block letters reading come to our scholastic book fair

        
Spelling Bee
Published by Amanda Hunt on November 10, 2019
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Cartoon bee with a blue prize ribbonThe 4th and 5th grade Spelling Bee will be held on Thursday, November 21st.

        
Panther Pride
Published by Amanda Hunt on November 5, 2019
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Mr. Parker presenting Mrs. Jordan with a wooden plaque for her Go Green award.Mrs. Jennifer Jordan has been hard at work to improve herself as a teacher and improve our school.  She has recently been awarded the Global Educator Digital Badge.  This badge is earned by demonstrating a commitment to produce globally competitive graduates ready to live, work and contribute in an interconnected world.

 

Mrs. Jordan also led The Walker-Spivey Elementary School to the Sustainable Sandhills “Walk the Walk” Green School of the Year for CCS.  The Sustainable Sandhills and the Go Green Initiative focuses on Green Certified Schools and looks for leaders of sustainability in our school community. There were nominees from all over the county and each had a remarkable Green School program at their school.  However, Mrs. Jordan’s extra effort paid off.

        
Rent the Rock!
Published by Amanda Hunt on November 1, 2019
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Large rock painted white with the words "Rent The Rock!" painted in blackWalker Spivey Elementary Spirit Rock is a great way to send a message for all to see!  Wish a student or staff member Happy Birthday, congratulate someone on an accomplishment or just show your appreciation.  The rock is available for rent daily ($10) or weekly ($30).  Click here for more information or to schedule your dates!

        
Help Eliminate Tardiness
Published by Amanda Hunt on November 1, 2019
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Every minute counts!  From start to finish, class time matters!

 

        
Walker-Spivey Elementary School Uniform Policy
Published by Amanda Hunt on November 1, 2019
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Image of Four Uniform Polo Shirts, Two Navy Blue and Two White

DRESS CODE

School dress contributes to the school atmosphere. A clean, neat, appropriately dressed student advertises the fact that he/she respects himself/herself in a way designed to win respect from others. The School Spirit Dress Code for The Walker-Spivey School  is required of all students. Students are advised to dress with good taste and in doing so contribute to the general pride of our school. It is the responsibility of the parent/guardian to purchase the following items:

  • Shirts-Solid (polo style or oxford style dress shirt) light blue, white, navy, or black
  • Sweaters- Solid (Same colors as listed above)
  • Pants/Shorts-Tan, navy or black.
  • Skirts, Jumpers, Capris- Tan, navy or black
  • Shoes- Tennis or boots. No sandals, open toe, high heels or distracting footwear
  • Socks/Stockings- Solid colors only – light blue, white, navy, or black 

Below you will find the guidelines for our dress code. It is imperative that these guidelines are followed throughout the year.

GUIDELINES

  • Shirts need to be tucked in at all times
  • Students need to wear a belt if their pants have belt loops, no sagging
  • School T-shirts and jean or uniform bottoms can be worn on Fridays ONLY.
  • Jean should not be ripped, torn or cut up. 
  • Shorts, skirts, etc. must be at the knee or below. 
  • Hats are not allowed to be worn inside the building
  • Students are not to wear sandals, flips-flops, high heels etc. to school.
  • Purses, fanny packs, backpack purses or anything to that nature may not be worn during the school day.

SCHOOL PARAPHERNALIA – T-shirts are available for purchase and sweatshirts are available for pre-order only.  Parents may order these items in the front office.

        
Volunteer
Published by Amanda Hunt on November 1, 2019
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Hands Reaching Towards One Another

Panther family if you would like to make a difference in Walker-Spivey come out and volunteer. Follow this link to complete the volunteer application. Hope to see you soon!