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La Grange Elementary School

402 West Railroad Street *  La Grange, NC  28551
 Phone (252) 566-4036    *    Fax (252) 566-9055

Focused on Excellence

Mildred K. Dunn, Principal

Stacy Cauley, Assistant Principal


 

2013-2014

Back to School for Students on Monday, August 25, 2014

Have a super, fun, safe summer! 

 

Kindergarten, 1st, and 2nd Grade Students - Don't have a summer downward slide in Reading!

Practice reading skills at Starfall.com

All Students - Keep Math, Reading, and Science skills sharp all summer long.

Visit StudyIsland.com

 

 

Study Island

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 NC School of Progress  *  High Growth for 7 Consecutive Years  *   Designated as an Exemplary School in the NC Positive Behavior Intervention & Support Initiative  *  Super Job, WildCats!

 

LaGrange Elementary Celebrates

Mrs. katie sowers, 2014-2015 Teacher of the Year

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Mrs. phillis swinson, 2014-2015 Teacher assistant of the Year

 

 

 

Our Mission Statement

"We will provide a safe, loving, diverse environment where children can become well-rounded, independent thinkers in partnership with our students, parents and community."

 

 

WildCats School Pledge

"I believe that I can be a good student.

I believe that I can achieve.

I believe that if I work hard I will succeed.

Therefore, I will work hard each day to do my best.

I can learn.  I will learn."

                                 

   

 

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We believe that all children can learn and should be treated with dignity and respect, and that all children are gifted in some area.  

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Every staff member is important to the significance of our school and needs to work together to be professional lifelong learners.  

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Parents love their children and are their children’s first teachers.  

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Technology and critical thinking skills are essential to function in a global society.

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A school with high expectations has a welcoming, loving, supportive diverse environment for students, faculty and staff.
 

 

 

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Go WildCats!

 Last updated 07/01/2014

As we go throughout the day, we ROAR the WildCat Way:  Responsible...Only Kind...Always Safe...Respectful