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BT Spotlight: Talisha Reynolds – North Newton Elementary

Talisha Reynolds

Talisha Reynolds teaches third grade at North Newton Elementary School. She recently graduated from Grand Canyon University where she earned her bachelor’s degree in Elementary Education. Talisha has worked at Thornton/North Newton for the past 13 years as a teacher assistant, and she is very excited to begin her teaching career at North Newton! She loves working with elementary children ... Read More »

Pulled Pork Sandwich Today at North Newton ~Summer Feeding

Pulled Pork

Come One, Come All… and try this Delicious Pulled Pork Sandwich, Fresh Cantaloupe Chunks and Sweet Potato Fries! Lunch is served at NO COST 11:45 am to 1:00 pm ~    18 years and under! Location:  North Newton Elementary 221 West 26th Street Newton, NC   Read More »

Homemade Chicken Enchiladas at North Newton Elementary

Enchiladas

What was for lunch today at North Newton’s summer feeding site you ask??  Homemade Chicken Enchiladas, Pinto Beans and Fresh Watermelon Chunks!  Summer Feeding is available to all 18 yrs and under at NO COST. Come join us Monday thru Friday! Breakfast served 7:45 to 8:45    Lunch   11:45 to 1:00 Click the link below for our July menu ... Read More »

Summer Meals At No Cost!

summer flyer for child nutrition

Newton-Conover Child Nutrition Department is launching the USDA Summer Feeding Program starting June 12th through August 18th (Closed July 4th) at North Newton Elementary School.  Our goal is to provide solid healthy meals at no cost to ALL children 18 and under!  Children do not have to be a student or resident of Newton-Conover! Breakfast served daily from 7:45 am – ... Read More »

North Newton’s Second Annual International Festival taking place this Saturday, 4/29!

international festival flyer for North Newton

Please see the flyer below for more information on the second annual International Festival, held this coming Saturday, April 29th at North Newton Elementary!  If you have any questions, please contact Jamesia Brown at jamesia.brown (at) n-ccs.org. Read More »

The Little Winner for The Little Read

Congratulations to first grader Joseph Canipe of North Newton Elementary! Joseph is this year’s NCCS winner of the essay contest for The Little Read. Joseph, a student in Kelly Pugh’s first grade classroom, is the son of Jessica Hymel. The Little Read is a literacy program funded by a generous grant from the family of Ron and Sandra Deal in memory ... Read More »

BT Spotlight: Katie Hudson – North Newton Elementary

Photo of Katie Hudson

Katie Hudson is currently teaching at North Newton Elementary School as the K-2 EC teacher. She recently graduated from Appalachian State University with her Bachelor’s of Science in Special Education- adapted curriculum. Katie has a passion for working with students in EC. She believes that all students can do amazing things when encouraged and supported! In her free time, Katie ... Read More »

North Newton students become global citizens

Adriana Botero and her students at a guided reading session

By John Bailey Photos: Robert C. Reed/Record NEWTON – It’s been said it takes a village to raise a child. At North Newton Elementary, it’s the whole world. Last year, the school was restructured to become a global school in instruction and in appearance. Flags from different countries were hung inside and outside the school while global murals were painted ... Read More »

Khan Academy

The Khan Academy app or website is a great learning tool for students.  The program has short videos and lessons on all kinds of subject matter.  Recently my students have been using Khan Academy to help them better understand fractions.  They have been more engaged and are showing better understanding since we have incorporated the app into our stations.  The ... Read More »

N-CCS Teacher Named as a Representative for the NC Teacher Voice Network

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N-CCS Teacher, Stacey Mrazek from North Newton Elementary, was recently  named as a representative of the 2015-2016 North Carolina Teacher Voice Network.  The North Carolina Teacher Voice Fellows will provide feedback from their colleagues on various educational topics and concerns to our policymakers.  This group of educators will discuss issues that affect the students in our schools.  Their job is to ... Read More »