Wednesday, August 27, 2014

Box Tops for Education!

Box Tops is all about the difference 1 can make. This year, our goal is to raise $1,000.

Clip- Clip the Box Top from hundreds of participating products and send them to school. Each one is worth $ .10 when our school redeems them from Box Tops for Education.

Classroom Contest Grades K-6- The classroom with the most earned Box Tops at the end of each nine-weeks will receive a pizza party.
1st Nine Weeks- all box tops will be due Friday, October 3
2nd Nine-Weeks- all box tops will be due Friday, December 12
3rd Nine-Weeks- all box tops will be due Friday, February 27
4th Nine-Weeks all box tops will be due Friday, May 15.

Grades 7-12- Students in grades 7-12 will be allowed to earn a 100 daily grade.
  • ·      Pick up a collection sheet from the library
  • ·      Clip Box Tops and check expiration date
  • ·      Tape or glue Box Tops on sheet until filled
  • ·      Give the completed sheet to the teacher of your choice to receive a 100 daily grade.

For a complete list of participating products please visit the link below:

Friday, August 15, 2014

Summer Reading Participants!

Christy McDaniel, Chance Curtis, Noah Edwards, Erial Mays, Tiara Carter, Mackenzie Bealis, Brooklyn Bealis, Kyle Phillips, Braxton Flake, Aaron Lampley, Amari Hollingshed, Jaden Blair, Kyndall Byrd, Jaycie Claire Flake, Megan Lampley, Brady Ellison, Makayla Penro

2014 Varsity Football Players & Cheerleaders! GO TIGERS!

Tuesday, August 5, 2014

Welcome to the 2014-2015 School Year!

I hope everyone has enjoyed their summer and is ready to return to school with excitement and anticipation. Please welcome our new members to our faculty, staff and administration: Chet Wilkes assistant principal, John Davis Science/Coach, Caleb Kelly Science/Coach, Christopher Lyle Social Studies/Coach, Erica Pfleegor Language Arts/Reading, Metilda Miller Inclusion, Kelli Adams 5th Grade, Rhonda Clark 6th Grade, Connie Craig 4th Grade, Olivia Manning TAG, Shaquinta Robinson Elem. P.E./Coach, Shelita Porter Inclusion and Gerald Bradford custodian. We are extremely excited about our new additions to the Noxapater Team and we will continue to pursue excellence and provide an outstanding learning environment for all students at Noxapater Attendance Center.

As I begin my second school year as Principal of Noxapater Attendance Center, our faculty and staff are dedicated, energized and deeply committed to making a positive difference in the lives of our students. We will accomplish this by setting high academic expectations for all students and providing support systems to assure they are met. We will continue to improve school culture and set high standards for teacher performance.

I am excited to share this year with you. I would love it if you would stop by the office and introduce yourself. Let me know if I can ever be of any assistance to you. I am always delighted to meet our parents and talk about our school. We welcome your support in developing a strong home-school partnership.

Thomas M. Brooks
Noxapater Attendance Center