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  • We Love You Cardinals!

    Students, please visit our Flipgrid to see our messages to you!

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  • School is Closed

    School is closed but learning opportunities are all around you. We love you all.

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  • Battle of the Books

    Twelve fifth grade students competed on March 3rd at the County Battle of the Books Competition at Johnston Community College in Smithfield.

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  • English As A Second Language

    Sometimes speaking out loud in front of other people-especially in a second language-can be nerve-wracking for anyone.

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  • Partnerships For Learning

    First grade students come to 3rd grade to expand their knowledge about understanding the characteristics of various environments and behaviors that enable plants to survive.

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  • Kindergarten Celebrates 100 Days of Learning

    February 7 was our 100th day of school. Kindergarten has been counting up to this day since the beginning of September, so this was a big celebration.

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  • Multicultural Fair Provided a "Trip" Around the World

    Four Oaks Elementary's Multicultural Fair was held on Tuesday, January 28th. We want to thank everyone for having a part in this wonderful night. The evening was a big success thanks to...

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  • Second Grade Sent Items to Soldiers

    Before the holidays, second grade students collected items to send to soldiers overseas. They were able to send...

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  • FOES 2019-2020 "Leading with the Heart" Recipient

    Madison Simerson is FOES 2019-2020 Leading with the Heart Recipient. Ms. Simerson has been... (Pictured L-R: Donna Moore, Assistant Principal and Madison Simerson, Resource Teacher)

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  • Congratulations Amiya: Spelling Bee Champ!

    Four Oaks Elementary held its school Spelling Bee on Friday, December 6th. Fifteen participants, from ... Pictured L-R: Amiya Jordan, Spelling Bee Champ, Mrs. Kathy Parrish, Principal, and Hayden Jones, first runner-up

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  • Ms. Ana Milazzotto and Chance Visit FOES

    Mrs. Maria’s students were delighted with Ms. Ana and Chance’s visit. They asked interesting questions about Therapy Dogs and shared their love while enjoying this unique experience.

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  • Writing in Ms. Maria's Class

    I am so proud of my students' American Heroes Biographies! They work very hard to achieve their academic goals to...

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  • Lego Movie Competition

    Once again, it is time for our annual Lego Movie Competition! Fourth and fifth grade students in Mrs. Nolan's Writing For Lego Movies elective all worked very hard at writing their stories and producing their movies. They used teamwork, and more than a little problem solving, to construct their sets and film their movies using stop-motion animation. The movies can be viewed at http://bit.ly/19-20LegoMovies

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  • Seussical Production

    The fifth grade students at Four Oaks Elementary are proud to present "Seussical Kids" Nov 4, 5, and 7th, 2019. Doors will open at 6 pm on Nov 4 and 5 and at 5:30 pm on Thursday. Showtime is at 6:30 pm. Tickets are $5 for Nov 4 and 5. You can purchase them in advance or at the door. Thursday night's show is a dinner theater and tickets for this show must be purchased in advance for $12. (Tickets are on sale in the Four Oaks Elementary School office.) Click the "Headline Title" to view more scenes from "Seussical Kids" rehearsals:

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  • Honky Tonk Honeys Buzz at Spelling Bee

    Four Oaks Elementary was well represented at the "Johnston County Education Foundation" annual Spelling Bee on October 29, 2019. They dressed as the Honky Tonk Honeys and did a great job spelling some very difficult words. Thank you for doing your very best at the Bee!! (Pictured L-R: Kristie Henry, Pam Wood, Hollie Heller and Lisa Allen)

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  • PTA Grant Winners

    The FOES PTA once again provided the opportunity for... Pictured left to right on the back row: Principal Kathy Parrish, Wyndy Dudley, Amanda Johnson, Derrick Pate, Renee’ Gray, Cristy Shaver, Lynn Price, Julie Della Rosa, and Amanda Jernigan. Pictured left to right on front row: Amanda Kearney, Kristie Henry, Pam Wood, Hollie Heller, Tameka Williams, Jill Parrish, Kelley Stanley, Rebecca Brewer, and Denise Sumner.

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  • Perfect Attendance Recognition

    Our bus drivers were honored at... Pictured from left to right- Theresa Daughtry, Valerie Turnage, Michelle Weaver (SJ Area Coordinator), Beth Langston, Carol Lassiter, Donna Moore, Rhonda Ivey, Shirley Massengill, and Ingrid Turnage

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  • FOES Busdrivers Recognized

    Ms. Quintricia Cole, Ms. Diana Blackman and Ms. Lorrel Dunn were recognized at the... Picture L-R, Ms. Lorrel Dunn, Ms. Diana Blackman, & Ms. Quintricia Cole

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  • Congratulations, Ms. Turnage!

    Valerie Turnage took 2nd place in the Johnston County Bus Roadeo on April 30. She placed 2nd from among...

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  • Science Olympiad 2019

    Our Third, Fourth, and Fifth Grade students competed in the school’s 6th annual Science Olympiad Competition on Saturday, April 6th at Corinth Holders High School. The competition was an all-day event filled with...

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