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The mission of the New Hope Elementary School faculty is to teach for learning and to provide an environment where children enjoy learning. It is our aim to provide a safe and quality learning environment which fosters self-motivated, life-long learners who will become productive citizens and future leaders.
Hello New Hope Wildcat Family. The early release day is Wednesday, September 15. Dismissal is at 12 noon. Please make sure transportation arrangements for your scholar has been made if they are car riders. Our instructional day begins at 8:00 a.m. Thank you for making every effort to have your child at school on time and ready to learn. We are making every effort to keep your child safe at school as we focus on social distancing, wearing masks, and hand washing. Please talk with your child as well and send them to school with a mask or face covering. Beginning of year assessments have begun and will continue with I- Ready and M-class. The students should bring their devices with chargers to school daily. As always thank you for your support. Continue to stay safe and have a great week.
Composition notebook (no spiral), Vinyl folders with pockets, Student scissors, Gallon and quart-sized Ziploc bags, Pencil boxes, Headphones/earbuds, Large block erasers, Colored pencils, 3 ring binders 1 inch, Dry erase markers, Loose-leaf notebook paper, Kleenex, Face masks, Reusable water bottles, Bookbags (no wheels)
Vance County Schools is excited to announce Chelsa Jennings as the new Director of Elementary Education. Jennings earned her Bachelor's degree in Elementary Education and her Masters in Curriculum and Instruction from North Carolina Central University. She completed her Ed.S. in Educational Leadership at East Carolina University and is currently working towards her Ed.D in Educational Leadership from University of North Carolina at Greensboro.
Vance County Schools is excited to announce a partnership with the North Central North Carolina Boys and Girls Club through a 21st Century Grant. This partnership will provide an afterschool program for students in grades 3-5 at Carver Elementary and New Hope Elementary.
Vance County Schools is excited to announce Amber Hines, K-5 Literacy Coordinator, as a participant in the North Carolina Department of Public Instruction (NCDPI) initial cohort of educators who will serve as Rethink Education Facilitators. Through collaboration, this cohort's focus will be to improve student academic achievement, strengthen remote and in-person instruction, and reinvent school and community preparedness for new models of blended learning for grades K-8.
Vance County Schools held its annual Excellence in Education event on Thursday, September 9 in the Atrium at the Center for Innovation. The Beginning Teacher of the Year and Assistant Principal of the Year event kicked off at 4:30pm, while the Teacher of the Year and Principal of the Year recognitions took place at 5:45pm.