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Do you have a child about to enter the 6th grade?

North Carolina immunization law states that a booster dose of Tdap vaccine (tetanus, diphtheria, pertussis) is required BEFORE entering sixth grade. If your child receives his/her Tdap before the end of this school year (preferably), please bring paper documentation of the Tdap so that Nurse Beth can update his/her immunization record before it is transferred to the middle school. If your child does not receive his/her Tdap until summer break, please see that the school nurse at the middle school receives paper documentation PRIOR to the first day of the new school year.

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  • Assistant Principal: Ms. Jennifer Brinson
    Principal Intern: Ms.Courtney Smith
    Phone: 704-786-9173
    Fax: 704-782-7011
    Address: 150 Wolf Meadow Drive Concord, NC 28027
    Summer School Hours: 7:00 - 11:00 a.m. and 1:00-3:00 p.m.
    Car Rider Drop Off: 7:00 a.m.- 7:28 a.m
    School Starts back on July 20th 2016
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Our school qualifies again this year for school-wide Title I Funding and services. Our Title I plan allows us to employ tutors that help serve students in grades K-5. These tutors will be assisting with Direct Instruction, Guided Reading, and interventions. Our Title I Funds are also used to employ three lead teachers, two interventionists, and to provide staff development training, and sponsor parent involvement activities. In addition, as a parent of a student in a Title I school, you may request information regarding the professional qualifications of your child's teacher. We are recognized as a focus school and are working to close the achievement gap among student subgroups.


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  • Celebrating a Season of Super Attendance Absences often spike in the weeks before and after school breaks.  This is particularly true for families visiting relatives in other countries.  School success goes hand in hand with good attendance. 

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