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Elkin Elementary School

Yearbook Sale Ends February 27!  Yearbooks are $25 and can  be purchased online or at school

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Thank you for your service!

A huge thank you to the Walker family. Mrs. Crystal Walker, a third grade teacher at EES, and her husband Rex have three sons. They are all currently serving in different branches of the military. We appreciate your service and sacrifice! Ras, Hardin and Charles are all Elkin graduates. We salute you!
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Congratulations Teacher of the Year

Congratulations to Angela Oliver, 2020-21 teacher of the year for EES. Also, congratulations to Larry Powell, teacher assistant of the year and Connie Snider, support person of the year. We are proud of you all!
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Horse Tales Program Comes to EES!

Gracie Gambill, a junior at Elkin High School, raised funds to purchase Horse Tales books for all first graders, fourth graders and exceptional children's classes. The horses came to school to deliver the books! In the spring the same students will travel to the barn to read to the horses. In addition to the books, Gracie provided lessons for the books for the teachers to use with the students.
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Jr BETA Community Service

Elkin Elementary Jr. BETA members have decided as one of their projects this year, they will visit Parkwood Place once per month to build relationships with residents there. Students went on their first visit in November. During their time there they played cards, made crafts and played music for the residents and then enjoyed ice cream together.
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Great School Wide Art Show at EES!

Congratulations to Jill Bellia, EES Art Teacher, who hosted a school wide art show and sale on Thursday, May 2. The event was held at the Elementary School. Students had multiple pieces of 2D and 3D art on display and parents were invited to purchase framed pieces as well. The sale will continue for the next week if any parents were unable to attend the show.
Those who attended were very impressed with the level of skill of the students and the variety of art forms shown at the school. Mrs. Bellia worked with her student teacher Jaycee Gorman and together they created a wonderful cultural event for the families and public who attended.
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