Erwin Elementary School 

*Please see Erwin Elementary's April Newsletter below.*

Congratulations Erwin Elementary's Science Olympiad Teams !


April 14, 2014-April 18, 2014...Spring Break

April 21, 2014....Snow Make Up Day!  

April 22, 2014...3rd Nine Weeks Awards Assembly

April 24, 2014...Harnett County Volunteer Luncheon

April 24, 2014...Relay Recess

Fiesta Book Fair

Reading is the most important skill you can teach a child.  Of all the skills children learn, it is the one you can influence the most.  We invite you to visit our Scholastic Book Fair and experience a celebration of reading that provides families the opportunity to get involved in a universal mission:encouraging kids to read every day so they can lead better lives. Our Scholastic Book Fair theme is Book Fair Fiesta. Erwin Elementary will host the book fair April 7, 2014-April 11, 2014.  Shopping hours will be from 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. There will be a Family Read-In on Thursday, April 10, 2014 from 6:00-7:30 p.m.  Parents who attend will be given a free book from the Scholastic Book Fair.  Walking Tacos and drinks will be sold by our PTO from 6-7 p.m. 1 Walking Bag Taco Dinner is only $4.00.  Read and Rise, a short seminar on practical ways families can help their children become strong readers and learners will also be presented.  All purchases will benefit Erwin Elementary School.  

Volunteer of the Month

Ms. Dianne McConnell

Ms.  Dianne McConnell, a State Credit Union employee, is our Volunteer of the Month.  Even though Ms. McConnell does not have any family members at our school, she is a faithful volunteer.  She works weekly with a fourth grade student in math.  Thank you Ms. McConnell for volunteering at our school!  

If you would like to nominate someone to be next month's Volunteer of the Month, please call or email Dorothy Blue, our Volunteer Coordinater at or (910) 897-7178.  

Give 5 Summer Program 

The amount of time students spend reading at their level correlates strongly to the success they experience in school.  It is so important, that our state superintendent, Dr. June Atkinson, has requested that local businesses and organizations donate books so that each elementary student can go home this summer with at least FIVE books on their reading level.  Last year we were able to send home that many books with each child, but due to cuts in our funding we are unable to do this again. WE NEED YOUR HELP!  We are in need of parents and other organizations to help us reach this goal!  If you are willing to help us out, please contact me via email or by phone.  We do not need the books right now...We only need verbal commitments to helping us reach our goal.  We are working in conjunction with Gentry Primary to ensure all students (around 3,000 books) have five books on their level to read this summer.  Join us in creating a community of readers this summer.  Please email Angela Hill at or call the school at 910-897-7178, ext. 222.

Bell Schedule

7:45-1st Bell

8:15-Tardy Bell