Month: April 2018

SOUTH CHARLOTTE MIDDLE SCHOOL PROUDLY PRESENTS SEUSSICAL, JR

If you’ve ever wondered if Horton really heard a Who, come see this enlightening play featuring some very talented middle-schoolers and you will get your answer. Thursday, May 3 – 7:00 pm Friday, May 4 – 7:00 pm Saturday, May 5 – 7:00 pm Tickets are $8 in advance (before school & during lunch at […]

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A MESSAGE FROM OUR PRINCIPAL

Dear ELE Families, Hopefully, spring is here to stay!  The last two months of school can be a tough stretch for children (and adults).  Our staff incorporates brain breaks and engaging lessons to keep students engaged, and it is important for students to have time to play, relax, and recharge after school and on the weekends.  The ELE […]

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PTA ELECTIONS

The Nominating Committee of the ELE PTA has selected the following individuals as the slate of nominees for PTA Officers for the 2018-2019 school year: President – Meridith Doub VP Fundraising – Karen Webb VP Programs and Events – Francesca Totty VP Finance – Zoe Grabowski Treasurer – Becky Ard Secretary – Lauren Stroupe At […]

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KINDERGARTEN REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN

Kindergarten registration is now open.  You can bring in paperwork Monday thru Friday between 8am and 2pm. Information is available at www.cms.k12.nc.us  under Student Placement.  Call the office at 980-343-5700 if you have any questions.

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HAWKFEST IS JUST TWO WEEKS AWAY!

We’re gonna PARTY LIKE IT’S 1999 – The year of the very first Hawkfest!  From 5:30 until 8PM, a DJ will spin those SWEET 90s tunes, while you enjoy inflatables, a rock wall, the GameTruck, an awesome raffle, yummy food and much more.  There will be a costume contest for the kids & 90s parent trivia […]

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HAWKFEST VOLUNTEERS NEEDED

Hawkfest 2018 is just around the corner on Friday, May 4th from 5:30 to 8:00 pm. and we need over 100 volunteers to help make this event a huge success.  Please come party like it’s 1999 by volunteering at the biggest and best ELE event of the year!  We would like participation from every class […]

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CALLING ALL MUSICIANS

We are looking for instrumentalists to play for the volunteer breakfast on Friday, May 18th. If you take lessons on an instrument, with a teacher, (sorry, no voice or drums), Mrs. Graham would love to hear you. Auditions will be from 7:15 am – 7:45 am on Monday, April 23rd, Wednesday, April 25th, Monday, April 30th, Wednesday, May 2nd, and Friday, May 4th. Auditions will take place […]

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BRIGHT BLESSINGS COLLECTION

Mrs. Smith’s 3rd-grade art students are decorating gift bags to donate to Bright Blessings, a Matthews-based non-profit organization that provides birthday parties for homeless and impoverished children. As part of this project, we are seeking donations of new gift items that could be placed in the bags. Many of these items can be purchased at […]

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DIGITAL CITIZENSHIP

Students in grades 3-5 have completed an online course called Digital Citizenship created by Common Sense Media during their Technology Class.  The purpose of this course is to promote digital citizenship and appropriate online behavior. This course focuses on teaching students to be safe, responsible and kind while using digital tools for academic purposes at […]

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SPRING “SPRUCE UP DAY” AT ELE

Got muscle? Enjoy gardening? Or just have a heart for helping? We are looking for volunteers to help with Spring ‘Spruce Up Day’ at ELE! ELE ‘Spruce Up Day’ is coming up on Saturday, April 28th, 9:00 to 12:00 pm. Volunteers will participate in much-needed campus clean-up projects.  Strong arms and backs are a plus for […]

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