OPEN HOUSE/SCHOOL TOUR Please join us for our Open House and School Tour in preparation for the '20-'21 school year. Click HERE for more information and to sign up through Sign-up Genius. Thank you for your interest in DRES... where students SOAR!
READvolution!! For the third consecutive year, we will partner with the Carolina Hurricanes to bring READvolution to all of our elementary schools. Click here to learn all about it AND here for your reading log.
Por segundo año consecutivo, nosotros estaremos colaborando con los Carolina Hurricanes para traerles el programa READvolution a todas nuestras escuelas primarias. aquí para información Y aquí para el registro de libros
Chess Club: Open to 2nd- 5th graders. Meets Wednesday mornings @7:15 in the library. Students do not need to know how to play chess to join. Parents fill out and return the Registration Form then join REMIND for notifications about club cancellations and special events. https://www.remind.com/join/4fcfg3
KidzArt: Click here plus look under Student Activities for more information
2019-2020 Meal Benefits: The free/reduced-price meal benefits for the 2019-2020 school year is now available online for ALL families! Please apply online at www.MySchoolApps.com.
Paper applications will always be made available throughout ALL Wake County Public Schools and at Central office
HOMEWORK RESOURCES - Just a reminder that the WCPSS Homework Resource page is growing! We now have ELA resources for Grade 3 through 5 and Math Resources for Grades 6 through 8 in both English and Spanish! This is a great way to engage families in how to have conversations with their child around their learning! Follow this link for more information
REGISTRATION - Information and instructions can be found by clicking on "Our School" then "Enrollment"
To work together to embrace diversity and provide a safe, respectful, and nurturing environment where all students and staff will reach their full potential. Students will achieve personal success in their learning by being provided enriching educational opportunities that advance their unique talents and meet individual needs.
We've answered some of your questions about the transition to a Track 4 calendar. There will be a parent information session Nov. 14 at Durant Road Middle.
Overall, only about 1% of Wake County Public School System students will be impacted in each of the two years of this plan.