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Davie County Schools will operate on a 2-hour Delay, Staff Plan C, on Wednesday, January 1…
Davie County Schools will be closed for students and staff on Tuesday, January 10, 2017. S…
Davie County Schools will be closed for students and staff on Monday, January 9, 2017. Sta…
We are excited to have parents visit with us at PES. Please remember if you walk your student to class in the morning , all visitors must be out of the main building by 8:10 so instruction may begin. Feel free to review the attached policy.
Visitor Procedures (PDF)
Now more than ever, reading is vital to leading a better life. It’s the door opener to the 21st century for all children. Knowing how to read is just the beginning. Motivating young people to keep reading, comprehend what they read, and develop the ability to think creatively are the end goals.
Our school is challenging students to read at least 20 minutes a day for 10 days until Oct. 7th at noon. Each class has a treasure chest on a bulletin board in the front of the school. Classes are trying to earn gold coins for each chest. One coin is equal to 300 minutes of reading. The K-2 class and 3-5 class with the most reading minutes will receive a pirate donut party! The names of the school’s top readers across the school will be placed in a drawing and one will be chosen for a KINDLE donated by Horace Mann Insurance.
All minutes will be tracked on the scholastic.com/minutes website. Attached to this sheet you will find your student’s log in credentials. Students can log and track every minute they read on this safe, easy to use website! It’s fun, motivating, and it’s absolutely free!
If you do not have a computer or Internet access at home, see your child’s teacher for a reading log to track minutes. The minutes can be logged at our school later.
You can count time you spend reading aloud to your child. Reading together also strengthens the connection between you and your child. Here are a few ways you can promote reading in your own home:
We hope your family makes reading a big part of your family fun! Please call or email the school librarian, Mrs. Rhyne, with questions about the online tracking system. Rhynes@davie.k12.nc.us
"Golf Squad at Pinebrook Elementary is for both new and continuing students
and provides weekly opportunities for your child to learn social skills required
to enjoy golf, the clubs, and golf course
(i.e. vocabulary, etiquette, rules, history, etc.)
all under the instruction of a PGA Professional.
Golf is a very challenging and fun sport that can lead to college scholarships.
So start early and start now...boys and girls! Even if your child already plays,
it is great to enjoy weekly, convenient lessons from the pro.
(Click Here to read more on how and why your child can benefit
from continuing professional, golf practice with Golf Squad at your school.) Below is the Pinebrook Elementary specific link with additional info and
online registration: https://golfsquad.com/class/pinebrook-elementary We look forward to building the foundation to enjoy golf fro a lifetime together!"
PinebrookElementary Spirit Week
Bully Free and Drug Free School
School Wide Activities: October 24, 25, 26, 27 & 28
The Month of October our school staff and students will be focused on Bully Fee and Drug Free Prevention. The student will have guidance lessons and classroom support to increase awareness of Bullying. Students in K-2 will have specific book talks about friendship skills and problem solving. Grades 3-5 will have communication skills work and goal statements. We appreciate your support with the following activities to wrap up our Campaign in October.
October 24th -MONDAY: Pajama Day
Put Bullying to Bed! No more name calling or bullying with words or actions.
Sleep on it and wake up with a new attitude.
Forgiveness is a great start to a new day.
October 25th – TUESDAY: Wear Red in honor of Red Ribbon Week for a Drug Free America. All students wear Red clothing as their pledge to be drug free.
Did you know that children of parents & caregivers who talk to them regularly about refusing drugs are 42% less likely to use drugs. Your influence is powerful!
October 26th -WEDNESDAY: Wear Orange for Unity
Bully Free School Pledge
During the Month of October the School Counselor will devote lessons focused on coping skills and ways to deal with problems. Every Class will come to the Media Center to sign the Bully Free School Pledge Banner.
Fact: Children who have parents/adults model self -control are 73% more likely to solve problems peacefully without physical aggression.
October 27th-THURSDAY: A Gift from the Heart: Food and Toys
Show your Pinebrook Pride by supporting others. Every student that brings in canned food items or will receive a Pinebrook Pride Green Shield.
Meet Mrs. Crosby from 8:00- 9:00 am in the commons areas with your canned food donation.
October 28th –FRIDAY: BE a HERO…….
Enjoy a fun day at school dressed up like a HERO. (Help Everyone Respect Others) Show your understanding of what “kindness” is by respecting each other’s individuality and choices.