Summer Reading Camp
to see the wonderful things happening at camp.
Welcome Mrs. Steele
My name is Mrs. Steele and I'm excited to be your principal for this upcoming school year. Here is a little about me.
I was born and raised in Houston, Texas. I moved to several places because my dad was in the US Army. I have lived in Texas, Japan, and several places in North Carolina. My husband, 5 kids and I all live right here in Concord. I studied Spanish, Japanese and Broadcast Journalism at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill as well as Charlotte and obtained a Bachelor's degree in Spanish and a Master's degree in School Administration from UNCC. I am currently enrolled in the Urban Education Doctoral program at UNCC. I really enjoy learning.
I love all things about the Asian and Latino cultures and I LOVE to travel the world. So far I have visited 6 countries and will visit Singapore this month. My goal is to visit at least 50 countries before I turn 50. I enjoy reading, scrap-booking, riding horses, and visiting the spa. I also love to LAUGH. Once again, I look forward to our future together.
Cabarrus County Schools' Outstanding Elementary Math Teacher
Congratulations to Mrs. Shoe. She is the Cabarrus County Schools Outstanding
Elementary Math teacher. Mrs. Shoe received this district award because she "exemplifies mathematics teaching excellence by nurturing enthusiasm...motivating students to excel in mathematics." Only one teacher in Cabarrus County is recognized each year for the Outstanding Elementary Math Teacher—congratulations to Mrs. Shoe for this well-deserved achievement!
Beverly Hills Elementary School accepted the #GimmeFive challenge as part of the “Let’s Move!” campaign. The campaign is aimed at promoting a healthy, active lifestyle to combat childhood obesity. Please view our video below showcasing our students and staff promoting healthy choices. For more information about the “Let’s Move!” campaign and the #GimmeFive challenge, please visit www.letsmove.gov
Special thanks to Spiracle Media for their help in scripting and filming the video.
Beverly Hills Elementary School Receives $1,000 to Promote Physical Activity Grant
PBIS Leadership Award
Congratulations to our Assistant Principal of Instruction, Ms. Scardina! At the North Carolina PBIS Conference, she received the PBIS Leadership Award. This award recognizes educators in North Carolina who have been instrumental leaders in implementing PBIS in schools. Ms. Scardina has been influential in creating a Respectful, Responsible, and Safe school environment at Beverly Hills Elementary. We are so proud of her accomplishments and thankful for her leadership.