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  • PR Cheer Camp!  Want a fun and skills based camp this summer?  All skill levels are welcome!  Learn proper techniques for motions, jumps, basic stunts, and more!  All rising 3rd - 7th graders are welcome.  Cost is $75 per person.  Dates are June 25 - 28, 2018 from 9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.  For more information and to register, click on this flyer.

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  • YEARBOOKS!  Students who pre-bought a yearbook will receive it either Monday, May 14th or 15th.  Because multiple grade levels are going on field trips today (5/14/) and tomorrow (5/15), it may be Tuesday before your child receives his or her yearbook.  There are still yearbooks to purchase.  The cost is $23.00 and it can be paid with exact cash or a check made out to Poplin.  Or yearbooks can be purchased online - JOSTENS WEBSITE.  Please send in money to Mrs. Medlin’s attention.  The remaining yearbooks will be sold on a first come, first serve basis.  Please contact me via email if you have any questions – elizabeth.medlin@ucps.k12.nc.us

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  • Ceramics, Pottery & Glaze Summer Camp July 9th - 13th @ Poplin! Avoid the road construction and join us at the school as CLAY CAMPERS use coils, slabs, molds, pottery wheels & glazes to create a week’s end Multi Media Art Exhibition! Dress for a “fun mess” pack a snack.  The camp is for rising 1st - 8th.  The times are 12:30 p.m. - 4:00 p.m. $165 covers all PLUS 10% sibling(s) discounts. REGISTER ONLINE @ ARTSDELIVERED.COM.  Questions? Email artsdelivered@ gmail.com or call 704 618 2222.  

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  • School is out, but work in the garden will continue

    Although school is out, work in the school garden will continue over the Summer. Mrs. Ruby has made a schedule for working in the garden. All are welcome. Times will be during the day so workers can have access to the school building, water, and a place to cool off if needed. Please join us to help make our garden even better!

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  • Congratulations Mr. Broome!

    After twenty-eight years, Principal Scott Broome, announced his retirement on Wednesday, June 6, 2018. Broome began his teaching career at Walter Bickett Elementary where he won Teacher of the Year in his second year of teaching.

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  • Taylor's Travels

    At the beginning of the school year Jennie Taylor’s second grade class was reading a book in guided reading group about an endangered animal. They started asking questions about the endangered animals and one thing lead to another. The class decided to do a research project.

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