We read because we love to, but we also read because we love the AR Celebrations! Students who met their Accelerated Reader goals for the first nine weeks went on an adventurous trip to the new Hancock County play area/pavilion/splash pad (conveniently located across from the school). Accelerated Reader promotes individualized growth in literacy and comprehension, and it acts as a catalyst to spark a new world of discovery through literature and informational text.
Who is the future of Hancock High School? We are? HNCE students and staffulty participated in a pep rally and HNCE night at Hancock High’s homecoming game.
September 28, 2016, thousands of Christian students across the nation gather for a student-initiated and student-led worship, scripture reading, and prayer service around the school’s flagpole. This tradition began in Texas in 1998, and HNCE students continue that tradition today.
Hancock North Central Elementary will be taking part in a week long, district-wide program called Red Ribbon Week. Red Ribbon Week was designed to create an awareness concerning the problems related to the use of tobacco, alcohol, and other drugs. The national theme this year is “YOLO(you only live once). Be Drug Free.” Red Ribbon Week started in 1985 as a means of honoring D.E.A. agent Enrique Camarena, who lost his life in the line of duty. Today, Red Ribbon Week has grown into a national observance- a time for schools and communities across the nation to come together in the fight against drugs. At HNCE, we will focus on the many aspects of health and safety. You can take advantage of this time to open a dialogue at home and discuss issues like peer pressure and making the right choices for a healthy future.
HNCE Red Ribbon Week Activities
Monday, October 24: Too Tired to Worry About Drugs (PJ Day)
Tuesday, October 25: Drugs are Not a Winning Game (Favorite team shirt/jersey/school spirit shirt)
Wednesday, October 26: Too Bright for Drugs (Bright colored clothing)
Thursday, October 27: Boot Out Drugs (Western Wear)
Friday, October 28: Happy, Happy, Happy! To be Drug Free! (Camouflage)
*If students are not dressed in clothing which adheres to the corresponding daily theme, they must wear uniform attire.
How much do we love reading?? A ton! How much do we love our grandparents?? Even more! HNCE welcomed grandparents to spend some time with their grandchildren by reading to them in our schools.
Have you been wondering what your child or children have been accomplishing these past few weeks of school? We have your answers! Please join us as we welcome all parents to our annual Parent Information Night on Thursday, September 1st, from 4:00 to 6:00 P.M. See the attached schedule for rotation places and times. We hope to see you there!
*Locations of stations in bold.
Station 1: Understanding Math Curriculum- K. Saucier (Library)
Station 2: Specials (Art Room)
- Art- grade level t-shirts, recycled art contest, personalized art fundraiser, featured artists, yearbook
- P.E.- Project fit, FitnessGram, archery
Station 3: School & Home Programs & Resources (Large Computer Lab)
- Suggested Apps
Station 4: Grade Level Meetings
- K- Room 212 (Mrs. Stovall’s Room)
- 1st- Room 208 (Mrs. Ball’s Room)
- 2nd- Room 202 (Mrs. Thompson’s Room)
- 3rd- Room 105 (Mrs. Ladonna’s Room)
- 4th- Room 107 (Ms. Shaw’s Room)
- 5th- Room 111 (Mrs. Spiers’ Room)
Station 5: Federal Programs (Title), MKAS Testing (Kindergarten & 3rd grade gate) (Cafeteria) -C. Moseley
Section 6: WINGS (For Parents of Gifted Students) (Room 302)
We can’t wait for you to join us this Saturday at USM LongBeach for BlueCross BlueShield’s Get Ready to Run! This race is an opportunity for schools across the coast to be active together! The top three schools with the most participants will be given $2,000 in support of their school’s P.E. program! You and your students should arrive at USM LongBeach at 9:30am, and you should find your colored grade level banner. For more information on this race, please visit the link below…
Due to severe weather, the Spring Fling has been rescheduled. We cannot wait for you to join us this Thursday, April 7th from 3:30-5:30pm for PTO’s Spring Fling!
Hancock North Central Elementary School once again, made vocabulary fun and engaging. For the second consecutive year, HNCE celebrated their Vocabulary Parade on Friday, March 11th. Each student was assigned a vocabulary word, and their teachers challenged them to create a costume illustrating the word’s meaning. Students proudly marched in their creations showing off what they learned to their parents and community friends. HNCE turned this rainy day into a remarkable one!
Prince & Princess Par-tea!
The Hancock Middle School Performing Arts will present Disney’s Beauty & the Beast Thursday, March 3rd and Friday, March 4th at HCSD’s new Performing Arts Center. Both shows will begin at 6:00 PM. Admission is $5 with tickets available at the door.
Before each show, a “Par-tea” will be held for little princesses and princes. Our HNCE students have been invited to attend! If you would like to attend with your student, please ask the front office or your student’s homeroom teacher for a form!
Rainbow over HNCE
This morning a double rainbow shown over our baby hawks! What a beautiful creation after last night’s rain!