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Bulldog Bulletin for the Week of 1/2/23

Week of January 2nd



1/4 - Tennis Club

1/10- PTA Meeting

1/11- Tennis Club

1/13- K Open House 7:45

1/16- No School

1/18- Tennis Club

1/23- Coffee with Mrs. Nelson at 8:15

1/25 SIP Meeting

1/25- Tennis Club


1/26 End of Quarter

1/27- Non-Protected Workday


STEAM NIGHT is Coming in January!!

Please mark your calendar for January 26th from 5:00-7:00! It will be a fun-filled night including:

  • Chorus performance from 5:00-5:30

  • Food Trucks  from 5:30-7:00 

  • Two Art Shows from 5:30-7:00

  • Hands-on Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math activities from 5:30-7:00

  • Live book readings from 5:30-7:00

  • Parent Support for Social-Emotional Learning  from 5:30-7:00

  • Make and Take Snowperson Project

  • Prizes for students


Kindergarten Registration for the 2023 - 2024 School Year


Learn more about the enrollment process for kindergarten.



Coffee with Mrs. Nelson- January 23rd from 8:15-8:45


Please stop by to meet with Mrs. Nelson on January 23rd to answer any questions or just visit from 8:15-8:45 in the media center. We can talk about anything on your mind. Some parents have asked to talk about the 5th to 6th, but everyone is welcome. We will be doing a more detailed middle school session in the spring. 

Yearbooks Are on Sale!


Here is the link to order a yearbook: and the school code is 14923023. Orders will be due by April 28, 2023.

WCPSS Volunteer Reminder:


Volunteer application process update


Thanks to all of the parents we have seen helping throughout the building. You must register to volunteer in order to help with small groups or chaperones on field trips. Please do not wait to get this done!  Please contact Mrs. Lanning to check the status of your application if you have not received clearance yet or if you have additional questions about volunteering. “


Helpful Tip #1: Students need 9-11 hours of sleep every night. 


“ It’s natural for parents to want to do all that they can to support their children in school. Given the importance of sleep for academic performance, parents can make promoting good sleep a pillar of their child’s learning.” 


Here is an article that talks about the importance of sleep. 



Annual Notice


To:   All Parents and Staff of Wake County Public Schools

From:  Stephen McLoughlin, Director, Environmental & Grounds Department

Re:   Annual Notification: Asbestos Management Plan

Date:   December 2022