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Springmore has been recognized as a 2014-2015 Title I Reward School.
Springmore Flag Retirement
Mrs. Beam & Ms. Hamalainen recently attended a week-long seminar at the North Carolina Center for the Advancement of Teaching in Ocracoke.
Monday, October 27th is a Teacher Planning Day.
Report Cards will go home on November 6.
We look forward to celebrating everything our students are learning!
Every year, during the last week of October, schools across the country celebrate a healthy, drug-free lifestyle by wearing and displaying red ribbons. The event continues to grow as more and more schools show their support for a drug-free America. Please join us as we proudly celebrate our choice to be drug-free.
Monday, October 20 - Pajama Day
Follow your dreams, don’t do drugs! Wear your favorite p.j.’s, robe, slippers. We will also feature a short video on the history of Red Ribbon Week on SETV.
Tuesday, October 21 – I CAN Make a Difference Day; I CAN Wear Different Socks
We are asking each child to bring in one non-perishable food item on this day. This can be a canned or boxed food. Also, breakfast foods such as cereal, grits, pop tarts,canned sausage and other canned meats are in great need. Your donations will be delivered to a local food pantry. Sock it to drugs! Wear mismatched or crazy socks.
Wednesday, October 22 – Wear Red Day
We are RED-Y to fight the war on drugs! Everyone is encouraged to wear as much red as possible. Wearing red symbolizes the importance of being drug-free.
Thursday, October 23 – Camouflage Day
Drugs can’t find us! Dress in camouflage or all black attire.
Friday, October 24 – Team Day
Team up against drugs! Wear your favorite team shirt, uniform or colors.