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  • To watch video of assembly click link Veterans Day Assembly

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    Progressive Dinner is coming up on December 12th please ask your child what they are working on for it.

    Important upcoming dates:



    11/19/2019-Math Night

    11/27-11/29 No School-Thanksgiving Holiday

    12/6/2019-Fall Picture Make-Up

    12/12/19-Progressive Dinner

    12/20/19-Early Release Day

    12/21/19-1/5/19-Christmas/NewYear Break



    "Remember to Read a good book every day!"





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  • Get a head start on reading this summer by reading these excellent choices from the Elementary Battle of the Books Reading list!

    EBOB 2020

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  • Kindergarten Graduation Performance 2019



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  • Spelling Bee Champion from Happy Valley School

    Twenty-eight words into the annual Spelling Bee Eli Clark of Happy Valley School wins the 2020 Caldwell County Schools Spelling Bee. He will go on to compete in the 80th Annual Winston-Salem Journal Regional Spelling Bee in March.

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  • Cold and Flu Season Pushes Through January

    Schools are facing the peak season of the flu now through February, and activity could last as late as May according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, with the overall impact adversely affecting school attendance, both in the student and employee populations, as well as compromising the school environme

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  • New "What are you Reading?" Grants for Media Centers

    Media Center Coordinators discovered a new funding opportunity to increase resources for their students through the “What Are You Reading?” grant award recently developed and sponsored by Blue Ridge Energies and the Education Foundation Inc. of Caldwell County.

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  • School District Awarded Grant Funds for New STEM Center

    The Caldwell County School System is one of 15 school districts statewide that was awarded grant monies under the Coding and Mobile App Development Grant Program launched in 2017 with funding from the North Carolina General Assembly.

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