The Parents’ Corner
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We have been asked why we need to change our instructional delivery. Here is a report conducted in Spring 2011 that explains why the need for change. Our students are being measured by a new more rigorous standard.
Clarksville Elem. Highlights
Clarksville Elementary 4th grade student Meredith “Elle” Farina shares a quilt her grandmother (Joanne) made to her Virginia Studies class, taught by Mrs. Patricia Tingen. This quilt illustrates the story of the Underground Railroad. Please click here to view the video.
In correlation with our second grade famous American Helen Keller, Mr. Zachary Glasscock shared his sign language knowledge with Mrs. Crowder’s second graders. First, they learned the alphabet and then each student practiced signing their name! A special thanks to Mr. Glasscock for a job well done!
Clarksville Elementary Second Grade students performed the program “Every Day is Earth Day” for the PTA on April 3rd. Pirates, dancers and even Michael Jackson entertained while teaching the audience how to take care of our planet Earth.
Brigadier General Robert Tucker, Major Bonnie Hoffman, and her ROTC students working on a project with our Ready for Success students about how to properly fold the flag, how to raise and lower the flag, how to march, and many other aspects of respect in general.
The Mecklenburg Business Education Partnership hosted its 15th Annual Mecklenburg County Business Education Partnership Spelling Bee last night. Our Super Spellers were Mrs. Inge, Mrs. Madison, Mrs. Neal, and Mrs. Jones!
Second graders are working on area and perimeter!
Mrs. Dalton, Principal and Mrs. Neal, Assistant Principal
Click on the link below to see what has been happening this week at Clarksville Elementary School. Once you are in the group, click on “Discussions” at the top and the blue hyperlink for the date you want to read more about. Feel free to email me with any questions or concerns.