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  • PTA Shows Teachers Appreciation with Breakfast

    The PTA sponsored a breakfast to show their appreciation for the teachers and staff of Wilson's Mills Elementary. The staff were all smiles as they enjoyed the vast array of breads, pastries, coffees, and orange juice.

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  • First Grade Receives Flags From Local Veterans

    A group of local veterans gave a presentation on the U.S. flag to the first grade students of Wilson's Mills Elementary. The students were taught about who made the flag, what the stars and stripes represent, how to properly care for the flag, and much more. Each student also received their very own flag.

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  • Hot Horns Visits Wilson's Mills Elementary

    The students of Wilson's Mills Elementary learned about various brass and woodwind instruments as they were treated to a performance by Hot Horns. They demonstrated and explained about the tuba, trombone, trumpet, saxophone, flute, and more.

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  • Pinwheel Garden Planted At Wilson's Mills Elementary

    Teacher Assistants and Student Government of Wilson's Mills Elementary spearheaded a campaign to raise funds for child abuse awareness and autism awareness. A total of $561 was raised and checks of $280.50 were presented to both the Harbor House and Autism Society of North Carolina. On April 1, 2019 a pinwheel garden was planted for Pinwheels for Prevention. April is Prevent Child Abuse Month and Autism Awareness Month.

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  • SSS Band Visits Wilson's Mills Elementary

    The SSS band, which included some Wilson's Mills Elementary alumni, put on a performance for 2nd-5th grade students. They dazzled with their skillful instrumental play, bright costumes, and athletic acrobatic displays.

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  • February 2019 Students of the Month

    Congratulations to February's Students of the Month. They displayed the character trait of fairness. Great job!

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  • Jump Rope for Heart

    The students of Wilson's Mills Elementary celebrated the end of this years Jump Rope for Heart campaign with various events.

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  • Service Dogs Visit Fourth Grade

    Fourth Grade has been doing a project on disabilities. As a culminating activity they were visited by service dogs.

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  • Leading With the Heart

    Mr. Overby was recognized for Leading With the Heart. He is a great mentor, friend to all and always willing to lend a helping hand.

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  • January 2019 Students of the Month

    Congratulations to January's Students of the Month! They are being recognized for the character trait of Dependability.

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  • December 2018 Students of the Month

    Congratulations to our December Students of the Month! This month's character trait is compassion. We are proud of these students for exhibiting such kindness and empathy towards their fellow students.

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  • Breakfast with Santa

    Wilson's Mills Elementary invited parents to accompany their students for a breakfast with Santa. The turnout was huge, the lines were long, and pictures were taken.

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  • The National Theatre for Children performs at WMES

    The National Theatre for Children performed Showdown at Resource Ranch which was sponsored by Duke Energy. The performers put on an entertaining show while educating the students on energy efficiency.

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  • Fire Prevention Day

    The Wilson's Mills Fire Department visits Wilson's Mills Elementary School to teach the students about fire safety. They put on a thrilling and informative program that the students thoroughly enjoyed.

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  • Buster the Bus Visits Wilson's Mills Elementary

    Buster the bus visits the students at Wilson's Mills Elementary to talk about bus safety.

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  • Hurricane Florence Supply Drive

    Staff members of WMES donated supplies consisting of bookbags, paper, notebooks, folders, gluesticks, scissors, pencils, pens, dry erase markers, white boards, erasers, and more to schools in Craven County affected by Hurricane Florence.

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  • Wilson's Mills Alumni Association Donates School Supplies

    Wilson's Mills Alumni Association partners with our school to ensure our students are safe and have the supplies they need. They have generously donated money to assist in securing our campus. Also, every year they donate much needed school supplies. This year they were able to donate $500.00 for supplies to support those in need. We love our partnership with the Alumni Association and cannot thank them enough for their generosity to all of our stakeholders.

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  • Dr. Renfrow visits WMES

    JCPS Superintendent, Dr. Renfrow, recently visited WMES. He saw a lesson in using mathematical reasoning and spatial relations to code robots. This lesson was part of a research project from NC State University in coordination with SAS. We are very thankful for the partnerships we build in our community because that makes our school and students stronger. Thank you for visiting Dr. Renfrow!

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  • SSS band energizes EOG pep rally

    The SSS band drum line visited WMES to show support for our students taking the EOGs. Students were treated to some amazing music to empower our 3-5 students to do their best on the EOGs. They were phenomenal! We are #SSStrong!

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  • May 2018 Students of the Month

    Congratulations to our May Students of the month! We truly, sincerely, genuinely appreciate your exemplary character as you have portrayed the trait of honesty.

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