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North Laurinburg Elementary Home of the Polar Bears! 
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Thanksgiving Dinner
THANK YOU
to Mrs. Sheila Lowrey and her wonderful staff for the delicious Thanksgiving
lunch! All of the students, staff, quite a few parents and even Rev. Garland Pierce enjoyed the lunchtime meal!! Thank you to the Events Committee
for the lovely decorations, they made the meal even more special!

Native American
Native American Program
November 19, 2014

North Laurinburg students had the opportunity to hear the Native American Storyteller Kat Little Turtle. The children were mesmerized by her stories from her Cherokee heritage. Accompaning her was her grandson Kaya Little Turtle, who shared with the students dancing and singing from his Cherokee and Lumbee heritage. Students also learned about Native American clothing and how important it us to know your life story and keeping your heritage alive no matter where you come from.

Spelling Bee



Congratulations
We Have a WINNER!!

Jalen McPhatter - Winner
Montrice Davis - Runner Up

We would like to congratulate all the participants of the school wide spelling bee. You are already winners in your class. The participants were:
Mrs. Pinkston's Class - Winner -Carl Gainey
Mrs. Locklear's Class - Winner - Kishawn Pate     Runner - Up - Xavier Crosby
Mrs. McCormick's Class - Winner - Mondale Patterson   Runner Up - Jamya Rolland
Mrs. Collins' Class - Winner - Ishmael Davis   Runner Up - Alexis Chavis
Ms.Barnes' Class - Winner - Aaron Smith   Runer Up - Tyler Simmons
Mrs. Alford's Class - Winner Caitlyn German   Runner Up - Jatel McNeil
Mr. Ritchey's Class - Winner Jalen McPhatter   Runner Up - Montrice Davis
 
Awards Day

Thank you Laurinburg Presbyterian Church

Representative Garland E. Pierce


BACK TO SCHOOL PROGRAM
 
 
RALEIGH, NC—Rep. Garland E. Pierce (D-Scotland) is preparing to “kick off” the America’s Legislators Back to School Program and run throughout the school year, the program gives elected officials in all 50 states the opportunity to meet personally with their young constituents and to answer questions, share ideas, listen to concerns and impart a greater understanding of the legislative processes.  The program, started in 1999, is also designed to build personal links between schools and legislators and provide legislators an opportunity to observe what is going on in schools.
 
Sponsored by the National Conference of State Legislatures, the program is designed to teach young people – the nation’s future voters and leaders – what it is like to be a state legislator:  the processes, the pressures, and the debate, negotiation and compromise that are the fabric of representative democracy.  The program is emphasized as a bipartisan event.
 
North Carolina has actively participated in the Back to School program since its inception.  For the 2013-2014 school year 42 North Carolina legislators spoke to over 9,000 students throughout the State.  Rep. Pierce will participate in the American’s Legislators Back to School program by visiting as many schools as possible in District 48. 
First Day of School 2014

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