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’s “Ready for Success” students had the opportunity to put one of their “Habits of Heart and Mind” into action by raising the bar for respect. General Robert Tucker and members of the Mecklenburg County AFJROTC presented a short program to the students on the importance of showing respect towards the American flag. They also demonstrated the proper way to fold the American flag. The students will now use these skills in raising and lowering the flags each day at Clarksville Elementary. Please click here to view the video.
Mrs. Angela Hodges, 3rd grade teacher, received the honor of being voted “Teacher of the Year” for 2014 at Clarksville Elementary School. She was given a beautiful bouquet of flowers to help celebrate the occasion. Mrs. Hodges is pictured here with CES Principal, Ann Dalton.
Second Grade went on a fantastic field trip to Danville Science Museum.
Students in Mrs. Ruff’s room viewing four chrysalis. Students will follow the chrysalis through development. They are excitedly awaiting the emergence into beautiful butterflies.
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.