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On April 2, Springmore's Fifth Graders graduated from the DARE Program at Crest High School. The fifth graders have participated in a 10 week program that teaches them strategies and skills for saying no to drugs. Throughout the DARE program, Officer Brooks has taught students about the harmful effects of drugs, alcohol, tobacco, bullying, and peer pressure. He has also empowered students to be confident and courageous as they stand up to others to say no and stay drug free. The fifth graders ended their lessons with Officer Brooks by writing a DARE essay and talking to DARE role models. Christopher Shade was Springmore's DARE Essay Winner. DARE graduation is a time to celebrate what has been learned and also a time to pledge to remain drug free.
Springmore recently exceeded its goal of $3,000 for its 2015 Jump Rope for Heart Campaign.
Springmore's students raised $4,313.75 for the American Heart Association.
The American Heart Association works to fund research and to discover advancements in heart disease treatment and prevention.
Since we met our goal, Mr. Sterious will have his hair dyed a wild and crazy color!
Spring Break is April 6-10!
Springmore Elementary celebrated Read Across America Week March 2-6.
Springmore's 2015 Teacher and Teacher Assistant of the Year
On Thursday, February 5th North Carolina School Report Cards were released.