2019-2020 Calendar Survey
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Officer Leach will serve Poplin, Sardis, and Hemby Bridge Elementary. Through a partnership with the Union County Sheriff's Office, school resource officers will now serve elementary throughout the district. In years past, school resource officers primarily served middle and high school campuses.
Students were encouraged to walk to school with a family member. This event was organized by Page Blount from Carolinas Healthcare who brought together the Poplin school community, the Hemby Bridge Fire Department, The Union County Sheriff's Office and Indian Trail Mayor-Pro Tem David Cohn.
Poplin Elementary School has adopted a program to explicitly teach phonics and grammar in grades K – 2 beginning this school year. Jolly Phonics is a multisensory approach to teaching phonics that includes songs, stories, movements, decoding, letter formation and writing.