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New Principal and Assistant Principal Join Davie County Schools January 2

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Board of Education Meeting December 1, 2020

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Specially Called Board of Education Meeting Thursday, November 12 at 11:00am

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Mocksville Elementary School Title I Parental Involvement Policy

      Mocksville Elementary School believes that the education of children is an ongoing cooperative partnership between parents and the school, since parents are the children’s first teachers.  There is a direct correlation between student’s academic achievement and parental involvement.  Mocksville Elementary School will strive to support parents and provide parents with opportunities to become involved in the programs offered.

     Each year at Open House parents will be given information detailing what it means to be a Title I school, how this benefits students and how Title I funds are spent.  A copy of Mocksville Elementary School’s Parent/Teacher/Student compact is available in the front office.  Teachers, parents and students will discuss and sign this compact each year.  The Title I compact will be reviewed by all parties as needed.

     Mocksville Elementary will involve parents in regular, two-way communication addressing student achievement and ensuring parents are involved in appropriate decision-making roles.

     Mocksville Elementary School Parental Involvement Policy has been developed jointly with, and agreed upon with parents as evidenced by meeting minutes.

Política de participación de los padres Título I de la escuela primaria Mocksville


     La escuela primaria Mocksville cree que la educación de los niños es una cooperación continua entre los padres y la escuela, ya que los padres son los primeros maestros de los niños. Existe una correlación directa entre el rendimiento académico del estudiante y la participación de los padres. La escuela primaria Mocksville se esforzará por apoyar a los padres y brindarles oportunidades para participar en los programas ofrecidos.

     Cada año en la inaguración (Open House), los padres recibirán información que detalla lo que significa ser una escuela de Título I, cómo beneficia a los estudiantes y cómo se gastan los fondos de Título I. Una copia del pacto de padres / maestros / estudiantes de la escuela primaria Mocksville está disponible en la oficina principal. Los maestros, padres y estudiantes discutirán y firmarán este pacto cada año. El acuerdo del Título I será revisado por todas las partes según sea necesario.

     La Primaria Mocksville involucrará a los padres en una comunicación bidireccional regular que aborde los logros de los estudiantes y garantice que los padres participen en los roles apropiados de toma de decisiones.

     La Política de Participación de los Padres de la Escuela Primaria Mocksville ha sido desarrollada conjuntamente y acordada con los padres como lo demuestran las minutas de la reunión.

Week of 01/06/2020          Third Grade News

3rd grade students enjoyed learning about Christmas Around the World during the month of December.  Students learned about the different ways the countries celebrate Christmas, including their food, songs, and culture.  Students also were able to experience a Moravian Love Feast lead by Mrs. Marklin.  Third graders learned about the Moravian tradition which tied into our field trip to Bethabara in November.  Third grade enjoyed a pajama day to go along with our Read-a-Latte Read-a-Thon.  After the break, students have been enjoying learning about cause and effect relationships in the non-fiction text Volcanos.  In math, students have continued practicing multiplication and division strategies.  

Week of 01/12/2020

Second Grade News

 Second grade enjoyed a field trip this week to Mrs. Hanes' Homemade Cookies in Clemmons.  Students had a tour of the bakery and loved taste testing their oh so yummy cookies.  The educational focus of our field trip was economics and how society interacts as producers (the bakery) and consumers (customers that get to enjoy the cookies).  It was a wonderful field trip.