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North Laurinburg Elementary Home of the Polar Bears! 
 
School Announcements
King and Queen

North Laurinburg Valentine Kings and Queens

 
Ms. Cain’s K Class – Taleicia Beals, Leonte Boartwright
Mrs. Ransom’s K Class – Zhymia Thompson, Travis Liles
Mrs. Brown’s 1st Grade Class – Holly Oxendine, Xavier Flowers
Ms. Burn’s 1st Grade Class – Markeya carpenter, Ja’Xavier Flowers
Mrs. Chambers’ 1st Grade Class – Aniyah Crosland, Julius Sanchez
Mrs. Havener’s 2nd Grade Class – Imani Shamberger, J’Ziah Shaw
Mrs. Lide’s 2nd Grade Class – Shontavia Crosby, Tyjurian White
Ms. Quick’s 2nd Grade Class – Ebony McMillan, Janivey Moore
Mrs. Lockler’s 3rd Grade Class – Elvire Christovale, samari McEachin
Mrs. McCormick’s 3rd Grade Class – Jaquaisia Farmer, Na’jee Gibson
Ms. Barnes’s 4th Grade Class – Zahmani Campbell, Taeshaun Morrison
Mrs. Prince’s 4th Grade Class – Rah’Eana Wilkerson, Matthew Boyette
Mrs. Alford’s 5th Grade Class – Kenny Oxendine, Nicholas Autry
Mrs. Ritchey’s 5th Grade Class – A’lexia Lowery, Alex Tyler
Ms. Pinkston’s / Mr. Ritchey’s Class – Shonjia Ray, Caleb Johnson
Congratulations to all the Kings and Queens!!
 
Panther Pride/100th Day
On Friday, February 5th North Laurinburg was showing it's Panther Pride and working on some fun 100th day activities!!

 
Black History Month Kick Off

Black History Month Kick Off

On Monday Feb. 1 @ 1:30 North Laurinburg held their kickoff to Black History Month.  The program began with a welcome from Mr. Rodney Byers, Principal and was followed by the Pledge of Allegiance and the Student Affirmation. Introduction to the program was done by Kalena Brown. The first selection titled “Kye Kye Kule” was performed by our North Laurinburg Polar Bear Choir.  Mr. Diggs and the Bow Tie Club shared information with us about the History of Laurinburg Institute and the rich history that it has in Laurinburg. Laurinburg Institute is a historic African American preparatory school in Laurinburg, North Carolina. The school was founded in 1904 by Emmanuel Monty and Tinny McDuffie at the request of Booker T. Washington. The Bow Tie Members shared with the student body quotes from Booker T. Washington and information about some famous alumni from Laurinburg Institute including Dizzie Gillespie, Sam Jones and Charlie Scott.  Poem, “ Lift Every Voice and Sing” was read by Kalena Brown and then sang by the Choir. Closing remarks were given by Mr. Byers and Ms. Skinner, music teacher.  We would like to thank our music teachers Ms. Skinner and Mr. Seely  as well as Mr. Diggs who is one of our sponsors of the Bow Tie Club!
Awards's Day

During Award's Day Jan. 25 numerous students received awards. First awards given out were for Terrific Kids, that one students in each class who shoes exceptional character to their fellow students, teachers and who works and does their very best in class. These classroom awards  included Shinning Stars, Shooting Stars, A Honor Roll, A\B Honor Roll, Most Improved, PBIS, SRO, PE and Perfect Attendance. The Principal Award was given to Alex Tyler! We also had two parents who won $30 gift certificates for a Dinner. Those names were chosen from parents who attended our Christmas Lunch and from those who attended our Candyland Math Night. They were Tameka Mitchell and Cassandra Wright.
Happy Birthday!

Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr
from
North Laurinburg Elementary!!

 


http://www.scholastic.com/teachers/asset/man-who-changed-america
The Man Who Changed America


Martin Luther King, Jr. Day
January 18
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Restoring Hope
THANK YOU
RESTORING HOPE!
On Friday Dec. 1, Ms. Sharon Quick delivered
329 Holiday bags for students and faculty from Retoring Hope to
North Laurinburg Elementary! They are greatly
appreciated and know that the students and faculty will enjoy them. Again THANK YOU for
your generosity!

 
SGA Elections


And the WINNER Is. .  .

North Laurinburg Elementary held its annual Student Government Elections on Tuesday, Nov. 2
The program began with a few words from Mr. Wayne Cromartie, School Board Member as well as Mr. Garland Pierce, State Representative. Student Council Representatives from each class were introduced by Mrs. Valerie Singletary.
4th Grade – Zahmani Campbell, Jamilya Kirk, Corey Lewis, Dalyn Locklear 5th Grade – Alexis Chavis, Mason Freeman, Ya’Sinya Lizano, Makailyn Locklear. 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. Dr. Hargrave was present for a photo op with all the candidates! The students have spoken and here are the winners of the Student Government Elelctions:
President: Makailyn Locklear
Vice President : Dalyn Locklear
Secretary – Corey Lewis
Treasurer – Jamiya Kirk

 
Congratulations to all the Candidates!
Bow Tie Club
NEW to North Laurinburg Elementary is the BOW TIE CLUB Members of this club are encouraged to be role models for other young males in the school.  We hope this will club will help inspire young male leaders in the school and community.  We are very proud of these students that are the first members of The Bow Tie Club.  Congratulations!

National Lunch Week
The serving line in the cafeteria had a new face during National Lunch Week when Dr. Hargrave came to North Laurinburg and served lunch to the students.  The students thought this was spectacular! 




 
Community Helpers
During the week of October ​5-9th Miss Cousar and Mrs. Underwood’s Pre-Kindergarten class learned about Community Helpers and their various roles. On Monday our school nurse, Nurse Chavis, came by during the daily morning circle to read the book “A Day in the Life of a Nurse”. She also showed the children some of the tools nurses use and even checked a few heart rates.  Friday was an action packed day! On that morning Chief of Police, Darwin Williams, came by to talk with the students about the duties of the police officer. Chief Williams brought along Officer McPhatter, Officer Hardy, and a very special K-9 friend. On Friday afternoon the Laurinburg Fire Department stopped by for a visit and a school wide program about Fire Prevention. We would like to give a special Polar Bear roar to all of our special visitors! Thank you for taking time to help our students understand the importance of Community Helpers. Another huge thank you to our friends in Mrs. Brady’s class, Mrs. Boyd’s class, and Ms. Pinkston’s class who joined us on our fun filled Friday!!!!

 
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