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  • Reopening Plan A Walter Bickett Elementary 2020-2021 Information

    Parents and Guardians, please take the time to review the Parent Q & A document in regards to reopening for the 2020-2021 school year. If you should have questions that are not listed in the link below, please contact our office at 704-283-8520 or email Dr. Daniels at elenia.daniels@ucps.k12.nc.us

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  • Redhawk Parent Technology Handbook

    The Technology Committee has created a Redhawk Parent Technology Handbook to provide additional tech support. Please click on the links below to access digital resources. If you should have questions, please contact our office at 704-283-8520.

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  • Canvas for Redhawk Families

    Our Redhawk students will utilize Canvas for their Remote Learning. Please click on the link above (Canvas Redhawk Families) to access the parent guide to this online platform and other digital resources. If you should have questions please contact our office at 704-283-8520.

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  • WBES Chromebook Distribution

    We are excited to initiate the distribution of Chromebooks to students. If you have a child in grade-levels 2nd through 5th, please take time to complete the Chromebook Parent/Student Agreement form for this school year. Please click on the WBES Chromebook Distribution title to obtain more information.

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  • 2020-2021 School Supplies

    Attention Parents! Please take time to review the link below to obtain the 2020-2021 School Supply List.

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  • Kindergarten Registration

    Class of 2033 Redhawks! Attention parents of rising Kindergarten students. The Kindergarten Registration is now offered online through Scribbles. Please take time to register your child for the 2020-2021 school year. If you should need assistance with the registration process, please contact our office at (704)283-8520. Link to Register: ucpsncc.scriborder.com

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  • The Support of a Master Teacher

    Our Walter Bickett Elementary School teachers are ready to grow professionally! Many of the teachers have agreed to have a coach visit their classrooms and begin a coaching cycle. This cycle usually includes the teacher videotaping a lesson for reflection purposes. Although it can be uncomfortable watching oneself on a video, our teachers have stepped out of their comfort zone to embrace the idea and participate in this EPIC opportunity.

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  • It's Time for Kindergarten!

    Welcome Class of 2033! Thank you for choosing Walter Bickett Elementary School! We are excited to have your child attend our school where we offer Dual Language Immersion for K-2nd grade students. Kindergarten is an important milestone for your child and family, listed below includes information to help guide you through the registration process. Please note that you will need to bring the following information when enrolling:

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  • School Nursing, Healing the Heart and Soul

    Every entity of Nursing has its challenges. School Nursing is no different. Ask any School Nurse what challenges they face and you will get a different answer from each Nurse. School Nursing is not all about bumps, bruises and tummy aches. Many physical pain comes from deeper within. Many complaints are actually from a hurting heart.

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  • 2nd Grade Students Meet the Mayor

    Today, the second graders at Walter Bickett Elementary School welcomed a special guest, Monroe’s mayor, Bobby Kilgore. Mayor Kilgore spoke with the students about city government and his role as an elected official.

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  • Celebrating Honduras

    As part of the Hispanic Heritage month, two of our DLI 1st grade classes celebrated and learned about Honduras, the country where one of their teachers came from.

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