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All Year Round Information for WOES

1 day ago

Year Round

This page will contain all information that is specific to our year-round program. 

Much of the information on the website applies to BOTH Year-round and the Traditional calendar.


July 16th is the first day of year-round school.
If you have any questions please contact us at 919-693-9161.   Stay tuned for more information on an Open House date.


Open House

Mark your calendars down for Open House for July 12th from 4:00-6:00.  

2018 - 2019 School Supply Lists

6 days ago

PreK


1 book bag (large enough to hold a folder, books and blanket)

1 bottle of glue

1 two pocket plastic folder

1 container of Clorox wipes

1 pack of wet wipes

1 pack of small bathroom cups

2 boxes of Kleenex


Optional:

1 pk of large thin paper plates (not plastic)

1 pk of small thin paper plates ( not plastic)

1 pk of lunch bags (brown or white)

1 box of Ziploc bags (quart or sandwich size)

1 pk of Velcro dots

1 pk of dry erase markers


***** An extra change of clothes (appropriate to the season) with everything labeled with child's name in a Ziploc bag.


Kindergarten

1 1/2 inch white binder
4 composition books
2 homework folders
pencils
erasers
2 pks of crayons
pencil box
3 x 5 index cards
scissors
2 pks of glue sticks
markers
expo markers

Optional items:

Tissues

hand sanitizer

Lysol spray

Clorox wipes

1 pk copy paper


First Grade

4 plastic 2-pocket folders (red, yellow, green, and blue)
2 pks of notebook paper
5 bound composition books (not spiral)
1 pk of 24 pencils
2 pks of 4 glue sticks
1 pk of 24 crayons
2 pks of expo markers
1 set of earbuds/headphones
2 boxes tissue
1 bottle of hand sanitizer
1 pk of construction paper

Optional items:

index cards
copy paper
Clorox wipes
expo markers
packing tape
gallon sized ziploc bags
sandwich sized ziploc bags
clear sheet protectors
stickers
clothes pins
Popsicle sticks and play doh

Second Grade

2 boxes pencils (24 total)
5 composition books
5 folders
2 boxes of tissues
large bottle of hand sanitizer
crayons and/or color pencils
scissors
dry erase markers
Clorox wipes
2 pks of notebook paper
1 pk of 3 x 5 lined index cards
school box
pink erasers
pk of 4 glue sticks

Optional items:

construction paper
post it notes (big or small)
ziploc bags - Girls (gallon size)
                       Boys (quart size)
12 inch ruler
marker

Please remember that we share supplies in the second grade.

Third Grade

5 folders (3 prong)
5 composition notebooks
2 pks of loose leaf paper
2 pks of 3 x 5 index cards
2 pks of dry erase markers
2 pks of pencils
scissors
crayons, markers, or color pencils
2 pks of glue sticks
hand sanitizer
Clorox wipes
tissues
headphones

Optional items:

pencil pouch (no boxes)
construction paper
copy paper

Fourth Grade

5 100-page composition books
2 3-prong plastic folders
2 pks of #2 pencils
1 pk of erasers
loose leaf notebook paper
1 pk of crayons
1 pk of 3 x 5 index cards
1 pair of scissors
1 3-pk of glue sticks
highlighters
1 pk of post-its
ear buds (for computers and ipads)

Optional items:

dry erase markers
tissues
hand sanitizer
copy paper
Clorox wipes

Fifth Grade

1 of any brand "trapper keeper" (zip up kind)
1 set of earbuds (please do not bring expensive earbuds/headphones to school.  Students will need to have these on hand all year.)
1 pk of subject dividers
1 pk of notebook paper
3 hole punched folders
2 working mechanical pencils DAILY (no pencil sharpeners in classrooms and handheld sharpeners are not allowed)
pencil pouch
crayons
6 composition notebooks (No spiral bound)
1 bottle of glue

Classroom stock items:

1 pk of at least 4 highlighters for classroom stock
2 boxes of Kleenex for classroom stock
2 pks (500 sheet pkg) copy paper for classroom stock
1 bottles of glue for classroom stock
1 pk of 1 1/2" x 2" sticky notes for classroom stock

Summer Camp for 1st, 2nd, and 3rd graders
When: June 22 - July 3 AND July 9 - 17

Time: 8:30-2:00

Where: C.G. Credle Elementary
Pre-K & Kindergarten Registration
Registration will be on Thursday, April 12th from 7:00 am - 7:00 pm.

Registration Fairs are available to assist parents with paperwork and
answer any questions they may have. Children do NOT need to be present for
registration.
Parents must bring:
o Photo ID for parent/legal guardian
o Proof of family’s legal address (examples: current water, gas or
electric bill; tax receipt or Granville County property tax statement;
deed of trust, rental agreement)
o Child’s Birth Certificate
o Child’s Immunization Records
**For NC-PK enrollment applications, parents must also bring proof of income.
Income information is required for consideration in Pre-K classrooms as it is part of
the selection criteria. Please bring a copy of your most recent check stub, the front
page of Form 1040, or W-2 form.
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Air Quality Updates at WOX

6 days ago

Air quality updates.

On Wednesday, September 20, an independent air-quality testing laboratory conducted tests of the air quality in 13 random locations throughout the campus.  On Monday, September 25, we spoke with representatives from this company who confirmed that the official report concluded, “It is our professional opinion that the results suggested a normal indoor fungal ecology.” 

There was one air sample taken in the hallway of building A that had a spore count higher than the outdoor air, suggesting a fungal amplification in this area.

While it is very good news that overall the school campus showed very clean test results, we will follow up with an investigation about the hallway in building A.  This could include additional air and surface samples as directed by the experts at this independent laboratory.  We will continue to monitor this carefully and address any results that show a potential danger to our students.  Any updates will be communicated to you immediately.  The official report for the September 20 testing is now posted here:

 https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B25FcKVUbsaFS1ZQektxb0prN3M/view?usp=sharing

https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B25FcKVUbsaFTHlkMnlzdFlmcDA/view?usp=sharing

If you have any questions about anything related to this matter, please direct them to me.  My contact information is listed below.  Thank you so much for your continued support and patience as we strive to keep our schools as safe as possible for our children and staff.

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By Dr. Stan Winborne, EdD

Parent Survey
parent survey

As a district, we are always seeking ways to improve the services and offerings that we provide to our students.  In an effort to refine our extended learning offerings, Granville County Public Schools is conducting a parent survey. We value your opinion and ask that you take the time to complete this survey. In order to complete the survey, please go to the district website and/or your child’s school website and the survey will be on the front page.

Please be assured that your responses to this survey will be anonymous. Your honest opinion is appreciated. The survey will close on June 4 at the end of the day and it is imperative that we get a minimum of 20% of our parents to respond.

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