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Mrs. McFadyen and Spelling Bee Winner Sa'Niyah HolmesCongratulations to the 2018-2019 Walker-Spivey Elementary Spelling Bee Winner, Sa’Niyah Holmes!  Sa’Niyah will be moving on to represent WSES at the district level.  Good luck, Sa’Niyah!

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Published by Amanda Hunt on December 5, 2018

        


Movie poster of Dr. Seuss' How the Grinch Stole Christmas showing the Grinch and Max the dog.On Wednesday, December 19, 2018, all WSES students are invited to attend a pajama and movie party!  Students may wear their pajamas, bring a blanket, and enjoy a drink, snack, and a movie!  The cost is only $3 per student (cash only).  All payments must be turned in by 12 noon on Tuesday, December 18th.

*Students who cannot attend for religious reasons may still pay and participate in computer lab time with pajamas, a snack and drink with Mrs. Hunt & Mr. Price.

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Published by Amanda Hunt on December 4, 2018

        


White shield with blue writing for CCS School Angels Watch programCCS has enacted the School Angels Watch Volunteer Program in our schools. The goal of the School Angels Watch Program is to have as many eyes and ears around your buildings as possible to aid you in determining when a gate or door has been left unsecured, unauthorized individuals are on your campus, someone is attempting to access an area of the campus without permission and to be another layer of security for your campus. We need you to help us, help you. We need volunteers! Please speak to your parents, grandparents, family friends and others to let them know about this valuable opportunity to assist us in providing for a safe school environment for our children. Volunteers with the School Angels Watch can assist the schools for as little as 30 minutes and/or up to the entire day.

Volunteers will be required to pass a background check. Training will be provided by Kenny McKinnon with the Safety and Security office. Volunteers can sign up for the program by visiting: http://schoolwatch.ccs.k12.nc.us/ and clicking on the “Background checks” link. If you have any questions please feel free to contact Kenny McKinnon at 678-2457.

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Published by Amanda Hunt on December 4, 2018

        


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! 

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Published by Amanda Hunt on December 4, 2018

        


Illustration of businessman holding a sign saying "Keep it up"We ended last year on a great note, as we have exceeded growth, based on NC data. Our teachers come to Walker-Spivey Elementary School prepared to activate minds and motivate students to learn and think creatively and critically about their learning. Teachers at Walker-Spivey Elementary School are masters of their craft and understand the importance of preparing our students for the 21st century and beyond. We will continue to focus on supporting all students in building proficiency. We will support our students as they grow to ensure that all students are making the necessary progress in their academic, cultural, and social growth.

-Larry Parker, Principal
 

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Published by Amanda Hunt on December 4, 2018

        


 Make Up Days in Red StampDue to Hurricane Florence, students in the Cumberland County Schools (CCS) lost several days of valuable classroom instruction. Earlier this week, the State provided CCS with calendar flexibility, which eliminated the requirement for CCS to make up all of the days missed because of the hurricane. However, in the interest of preserving instructional time for students, the Board voted to approve the following make-up days as full instructional days for students. Previously, some of the days were teacher workdays and two-hour early release days.

Traditional 10-Month Calendar
September 26
October 22        
October 31        
November 21     
December 21    

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Published by Amanda Hunt on December 4, 2018

        


Parents, PLEASE help us eliminate student tardiness. We believe every minute counts class time matters!

Show Up - Be Present - Run the Race

 

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Published by Amanda Hunt on December 4, 2018

        


 

Image of Four Uniform Polo Shirts, Two Navy Blue and Two WhiteAs the new school year starts, please remember our School Uniform Policy.

Shirts:  polo or oxford style dress shirt 
Colors:  light blue, navy blue, white or black

Pants, Shorts, Skirts, Jumpers or Capris:  NO cargo pants or shorts 
Colors:  khaki (tan), navy, or black

Shoes:  leather or tennis shoes (NO lights, sparkles, or Heelys)
NO boots, sandals, or distracting footwear
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Published by Amanda Hunt on December 1, 2018

        


Mrs. Craven and Ms. Phason with the bus driver of the month plaque.WSES would like to take this opportunity to announce and congratulate the November 2018 Cumberland County Schools Bus Driver of the Month and the Area Bus Drivers of the Month.

Well done, Ms. Phason!

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Published by Amanda Hunt on December 1, 2018

        


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