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North Laurinburg Elementary Home of the Polar Bears! 
Upcoming Events
No events are scheduled.
 
School Announcements
Doughnut Pick-Up
Doughnut pick-up has been canceled for tomorrow, February 26, 2015 due to inclement weather.  Pick-up will be rescheduled for March 5, 2015 from 1:00 p.m. until 4:00 p.m.  Parents may also pick up doughnuts March 6. 2015.  Please feel free to call the school if you have any questions.
Krispy Kreme
Read Across America

Read Across America Week
February 28 - March 7

Friday, Feb. 27
Hats Off to Reading! Students are allowed to wear a hat of their choosing!
Our Kick off to Dr. Seuss Birthday!

Read the Most from Coast to Coast with Accelerated Reader
This is a national contest to see how many students across the
nation can read a book and take an AR test. Last year 4,987,949
AR points achieved in 1 day nationwide…we want to beat that record this year. Each
that takes an AR test on Friday will receive a reward from the
Media Center on Monday! 

Monday, March 2
Classes will decorate their doors from a Dr. Seuss Book!
Doors will be judged on Tuesday and we will have a winning door from
K-2 and one from 3-5! The winning class will receive a treat during lunch
on Wednesday!

 
Tuesday, March 3
Dress as your favorite book character
Students and staff are encouraged to dress up as their favorite book character. We will take pictures and we will reward those that participate in the Media center at 1:45 p.m. with a treat!


Wednesday, March 4
Dr. Seuss’ Birthday Celebration
 
Classes will revolve their day around Dr. Seuss. Students and staff can dress in red, white and black to honor Dr. Seuss.
Thursday, March 5
Mismatch Day
Students and staff may dress in their favorite mismatched clothes.
One Fish, Two Fish, Red Fish, Blue Fish – there will be a goldfish
guessing contest set up outside of the cafeteria for all students to
guess the number of goldfish in the jar. Student who comes the
closest without going over will win a prize!!

Friday, March 6
Drop Everything and Read Day
We will be having green eggs and ham for breakfast!!
8:15 a.m.- 8:30 a.m. - all staff and students
will drop everything and read!
This includes everyone in the building!!
 
Valentine King and Queen

North Laurinburg Elementary School
Valentine King and Queen Ceremony
February 12, 2015


Congratulations to all our Kings and Queens. They were all crowned and presented to the public on Tuesday night, February 12, 2015 by Mrs. Susan Deese, Asst. Principal. A Valentine Basket raffle was also conducted and Mrs. Cheryle Currie was the winner of the basket!! Thank you to all the parents who came out to support our students.
Homeroom Grade King Queen
Chambers K Jerry Ellerbe Camiya Morrison
Cain K Jacob Paige Ja'lalyha McKoy
Ransom K Darius West Serenity McKay
Burns 1st Tamarion McDaniel TeAeilah Bethea
Peace 1st James Brown Natalia King
McLean 1st La'Brian McCrimmon Jayla Jacobs
Garrigus 2nd Ja'Shawn Fuller Alleigha Chavis
Quick 2nd Dy'Zhon Fuller Akira Arrington
Lide 2nd Na'Jee Gibson Jaquaisia Farmer
McCormick 3rd Khabir Bryant Zahmani Campbell
Locklear 3rd Dalyn Locklear Jamyia Kirk
Barnes 4th Aaron Smith Kelly Oxendine
Collins 4th Joseph Butler YaSinya Lizano
Ritchey 5th Keyonte McLean Dynece Davis
Alford 5th Caitlyn German Jatel McNeil
Pinkston/Ritchey 5th Carl Gainey, Jr. Qua'Daizia McLean
Awards Day
Students of North Laurinburg Elementary have been working hard.  Shining Stars awards were given to students that have been working hard to improve their grades during the 2nd Nine Weeks.  

Love the Bus

North Laurinburg Elementary kicked off  “Love the Bus” Week with a program on Bus Safety Awareness. Guest Speaker Mr. Julius Docker, Asst. Transportation Director/Driver Supervisor spoke to students about bus safety and being respectful to the drivers as they are driving. This was then followed up with a skit “The Grumpy Passenger” performed by select faculty. The skit focused on how to be a “Happy Passenger” rather than a “Grumpy Passenger” when riding the bus. Closing remarks were made by Asst. Principal, Susan Deese. We would like to say THANK YOU to all our wonderful bus drivers and monitors at North Laurinburg. We LOVE you all!!
Drivers
Tommy McLean
Sheryl Davis
Katherine Burgess
Latonya Gates
Dot McAllister
Jacqueline McDougald
Lorie Locklear
Margaret Ammons
 Bus Monitors:
Edna Hamilton
Linda Chavis
Shirley Murphy
Beulah McPhatter

 
Facebook Page
Don't forget to go visit our Facebook Page!!
The link is over on the Left Hand side!!
or go here
https://www.facebook.com/nlbges?ref=hl
We would like to get
100 likes
by the end of February!!
Black History Kickoff

Thank You Mr. Terrence McAllister!

North Laurinburg celebrated the start of Black History Month with a schoolwide assembly on Monday, Feb. 2, 2015. The program was opened with the Pledge of the American Flag and the Negro National Anthem led by the North Laurinburg Polar Bear Choir and Mr. Allyn Mclean, Music Teacher. A welcome was given by Jatel McNeil, President of the Student Council and the poem “Knoxville, Tennessee” by Nikki Govanni was read by Kalena Brown. Mr. Rodney Byers, school principal, introduced the guest speaker Mr. Terrence McAllister, Director of Secondary Education for Scotland County Schools. Mr. McAllister challenged the students that they could be anything that they wanted to be.  Expressing to the students that Black History was important to getting to their future. They needed to understand their past to get to their future and their present was the bridge they were building to get from the past to the future.  He expressed to the students that they should never let their fear get in the way of building that bridge and making a future for themselves.  The program ended with another selection from the North Laurinburg Polar Bear Choir and remarks by Mr. Rodney Byers. It was truly an inspirational start for the month of Black History.
Muffins for Mom, Donuts for Dads
North Laurinburg appreciates parents with Muffins for Moms, and Donuts for Dads Day.
 

McInnis


State Senator Tom McInnis representing District 25 (Anson, Richmond, Rowan, Scotland, and Stanly Counties) visited North Laurinburg Elementary School on Tuesday, Jan. 27. Senator McInnis was here to discuss the North Carolina School Report Card which will be released on February 5. Mr. Rodney Byers, Principal and Mrs. Susan Deese, Assistant Principal were honored to welcome Senator McInnis to North Laurinburg.
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