Information for the: 2014 - 2015 school year.
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Principal - A. Winston Pierce
Grades - k - 5
2014-15 School Schedule - 9:15 a.m. - 3:45 p.m.
Farmington Woods Elementary runs on the Traditional calendar. Currently, the following Traditional calendars are available for download:
Before School: WCPSS
After School: WCPSS
Contact the Farmington Woods Elementary directly for full information about its before- and after-school care programs. For general information about before- and after-school care programs across WCPSS, go here.
Phone - (919) 460-3469
Fax - (919) 460-3423
Website - http://fwes.wcpss.net
Address - 1413 Hampton Valley Road, Cary, NC 27511
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The International Baccalaureate Primary Years Programme emphasizes academic challenges, international understanding, community service, and mental and physical well-being. The PYP programme seeks to develop the total child by addressing intellectual, social, physical, emotional and cultural needs. The curriculum framework includes five essential elements - concepts, actions, skills, knowledge, attitudes.
Farmington Woods Prospective International Baccalaureate Elementary School, through comprehensive and balanced curricula, will enable all members of the school community to reach their fullest potential as creative, compassionate, responsible, critical thinkers, and lifelong learners.
The Primary Years Programme seeks to develop the whole child to become a responsible member of a community. IB-trained teachers work together to create units of inquiry that inspire students to think about big ideas to promote international understanding and a global perspective. Owing to an emphasis on learning a world language, students begin a study of Spanish in kindergarten and use advanced technology to explore the world around them. Students work to answer questions such as: Who are we? Where are we in place and time? How do we express ourselves? How does the world work? How do we organize ourselves? How can we share the planet?
Important: Bus routes are subject to change based on actual student distribution, parent appeals, and other factors. The information here will be updated regularly, but updates may take several days to be reflected online. This route information last updated: 8:51 AM, Thu, Nov 20, 2014.
Stop times: Parents can anticipate a stop time based on the route start time, estimating 3 minutes between stops for neighborhood routes and 10 minutes for express routes. The exact stop time will vary during the first weeks of school. Students should be ready and waiting for the bus at least 10 minutes before the bus is expected to arrive.
Bus schedules: We urge parents to be patient as routes settle during the first few weeks of school. With students becoming familiar with this new routine, bus routes may take more time.
Faded Stops: Stops in faded text are on the route, but do not pick up or drop off students attending this school.
Questions?: Contact Transportation.
Can't find your bus stop?: If you cannot find your child's bus stop, please fill out our customer support form to report a missing bus stop.
This route information last updated: 8:51 AM, Thu, Nov 20, 2014.
State report cards are produced by the NC Department of Public Instruction (DPI).2011 - 2012
Federal AYP Results (Replaced by AMO)