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Elementary
Awards and Recognition
National Blue Ribbon 2013
 
Exemplary Reading School 2015
 
Arts in the Basic Curriculum School 2015-2016
 
NSPRA Olweus Anti-Bullying Video 2015-2016
 
Palmetto Gold Award 2012-2016
 
First Tee Grant 2015-2016
 
Healthy Schools Grant 2014-2015
 
National Recognition and School Presentation, St. Louis, MO, International Literacy Association, July 2015
 
Opportunities
  • Presentation at SCASA in June 2016

  • Summer Reading Program

  • Summer Teacher Technology Institute

  • CS First Club

  • Guided Math Professional Learning Community

  • Googling for Jeans with Dr. Vinson

  • Chapman Reading Partnership

  • Box Tops in Education:  $360.00

  • Moovin’ and Groovin’,  Honor Roll,  Perfect Attendance Celebrations 

  • First Year Teachers Professional Learning Community

  • Good News Club continued partnership

  • Honors Chorus community outreach: Christmas Concert at Rosecrest

  • Healthy Lifestyle Opportunities:  Blood Drive, Walk to School Day, water bottle fountains installed, Healthy Smiles, and Flu Clinic

  • Principal’s Writing Scoops K-2

  • Special Olympics

  • Family Pumpkin Contest

  • Partnerships for fundraising:  Scholastic, McDonalds, Chick-fil-A, Boosterthon, Papa John’s, Attraction Coupon Books, and Believe

  • Monthly Terrific Kids Award Ceremonies

  • Red Ribbon Week

  • Career Day with a STEAM connection

  • 3 Teachers going through Reading Recovery Training

  • 10 students being served in Reading Recovery

  • Safety Training for Front Office

  • Monthly Use of Gift in Kind

  • Bin filled of toys for Operation Christmas Child

  • 980 canned goods collected for the Community

  • Backpacks of Hope Partnership

  • Increase in participation in Parent Portal

  • Faculty Council Professional Groups

  • Creative Writing Arts Partnership with HSM

  • First Tee Challenge @ Woodfin Ridge 

  • Furman Consortium

  • Two Elementary School requested visits to NPE

  • Professional Learning Communities on topic of Grit and Growth Mindset

  • Monthly Safety Meetings

  • Duke Energy Presented:  Conservation Caper

  • Use of Khan Academy and Front Row

  • Spartanburg Watershed Ecology Center Partnership

  • Increased participation in Parent Conferences

  • Olweus Pep Rally and Kickoff

  • Student Electronic Portfolios

  • Junior Achievement Partnership

  • Renee Phillips from State Department:  Observed Reading & 4K Partnership

  • Veteran’s Day Parade:  6th Grade excel Students 

  • Veteran’s Christmas Card Project 

  • Palmetto Pride Litter Awareness Show

  • Relay for Life

  • Author visit: David Biedrzycki

  • Jump Rope for Heart


Accomplishments

  • 2016 South Carolina Distinguished Arts School

  • Jill Tyner, Teacher of the Year

  • 42 students qualified for Duke Tip Talent Search in grades 4-6

  • 1:1 Chromebooks in grades 2-6, 2:1 Chromebooks in grader K-1

  • School Facebook Page & Twitter Launched

  • Conferences:  STEAM, Math, Reading & Reading Recovery, Guidance, Science, GT, EdTech, S.C. Association of School Librarians

  • Title One Meetings-added all grade levels 2017-2018

  • Intervention and Nurturing Groups:  serving 247 students

  • NPE presented the Summer Studio program to the Board of Trustees

  • Student MAP Challenge-Met Challenge



Arts

  • Artist in Residence:  Yoshiko Moon, Porkchop Productions, Sarah Hammond, Jim Creal

  • In December we had a December celebration with a musical performed by 1st and 2nd grade, Principal’s Art Gallery, Strings and Band Performance. 

  • Dance Instruction for grades 2-5 first 9 weeks

  • Broadcasting Class

  • MUSE Partnership:  Natalie Daise, Ballet Spartanburg, Orisirisi

  • Strings was invited and attended a concert at Wofford College

  • Collaboration with Arts Matrix

  • NPE students featured at FOCUS Gallery at Upstate

  • Studio Art

  • Partnership with CHS Theater Department

  • Chapman Cultural Center Art Exhibition

  • Fifth Grade Veteran’s Program

  • Greenville Little Theatre performed Alexander the Terrible, Horrible, No Good Very Bad Day

  • Southern Night of the Arts spotlighting 3rd grade, 6th grade, strings, band, Honors Chorus and Principal’s Art Gallery

  • Engineering Day

  • DOT Day Celebration

  • Presentation to D1 Cabinet on the Intervention Model

  • Battle of the Books

 
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Physical Address: 9251 Highway 9 | Inman, SC 29349
Phone: 864-592-1970 | Fax: 864-592-2010
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