Catawba Springs Elementary Book Fair
Monday, March 2 - Thursday, March 5
The book fair will be open each day from 8:30-3:00
Please stop by to find something great to read or a gift to donate to your classroom!
Join us also for Bedtime Stories
Tuesday, March 3
5:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Bring your parents, wear your PJs, visit the Book Fair, hear a story read by a guest reader, and enjoy a little snack of cookies and milk before you leave.
You can also visit our online book fair sales Catawba Springs Online Book Fair
Great American Family Reading Program
Monday, February 9 - Wednesday, February 18
Our school will once again participate in the Time For Reading Magazine Fundraiser. We want our students and families to have the opportunity to share the love of reading through magazines with family and friends. Please take time to look over the information about this opportunity to renew your current subscriptions and/or add new subscriptions to your household reading opportunities.
Remember to take Time For READING!
Look for more information about our magazine fundraiser in your child's book bag or you may contact the school for more information.
Catawba Springs Is "Stuck" On Improving Our School
Our students celebrated our success of reaching the $25,000 fundraising goal by duct taping Mrs. Smith and Mr. Stamey to the wall. Sir Purr, the Carolina Panthers mascot helped to entertain during the celebration. Mrs. Smith and Mr. Stamey were great sports about all the fun.
Way to go Catawba Springs!
Congratulations Ms. Dellinger!
You're Our Hometown Hero!
Ms. Brittany Dellinger was nominated and chosen as the Hometown Hero from Charles G. Monnett III & Associates Hometown Hero Teacher Appreciation Program. She was awarded $250 for instructional supplies for her classroom and her class won a pizza party from Domino's Pizza.
Way to go Ms. Dellinger!
Help the Environment and Catawba Springs Elementary School
Help Lincoln County Schools and the environment by recycling your unwanted textiles, which includes clothing, shoes, linens, curtains, coats, and more, in any condition, by placing them in the textile recycle bin located at our school. Each year, 13.1 million tons of textile waste is generated in the US. This material generates over 28 million pounds of CO2 each year. For every 490 pounds of textiles our school collects, we will receive money to spend on educational needs. From now until December 1, the school in the district that collects the most textiles will also receive an additional $1000.
Thank you for helping our school and the environment!
ALL PRO DAD BREAKFAST AND PROGRAM
All Pro Dad Breakfast and Program
Friday, February 20 7:30-8:15 am
Thank you for your support!
Charles G. Monnett III & Associates announces the Hometown Hero Teacher Appreciation Program. Read more to learn how to nominate your Hometown Hero Teacher!
PowerSchool Parent Portal
The PowerSchool Parent Portal is now available for parents and students. Parents may use the Parent Portal to see grades, attendance, class schedules and other information. It is an Internet-based resource that allows parents to monitor and track their child’s academic progress. Read more...