Poplin is now hosting the 2nd annual Adopt a Snowflake Program. If you would like to adopt a snowflake to support families in need within the Poplin Community for the holidays please visit the front office to pick up a snowflake. If you are unable to come into the school during the day you can send in a signed note to the front office with your name and a contact number, and we will send a snowflake home to you. All snowflake items are due back to the school by December 16th.
December 5th-9th Poplin will hold our annual can food drive sponsored by the Kiwanis Club of Monroe. All donated food items will be given to the Union County Christmas Bureau for their holiday assistance program for families within Union County. Please send in can food items to your child’s teacher.
Eighteen students in grades third, fourth and fifth competed in the annual Poplin Spelling Bee on Thursday, December 8, 2016 at Poplin Elementary School. Over 100 words were used during the competition that lasted for almost an hour. Lohr is a third grader in Janis Vogt’s class.
Poplin Elementary School is hosting several literacy events this month and in November. Today the whole school celebrated literacy by participating in a Book Character Parade. Then beginning next Wednesday the Media Center will host the annual Fall Book Fair along with PTA’s Donuts for Dad.