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School Information:
13620 Erwin Road
Charlotte, NC 28273
Courier # 436
P: 980-343-3680 | F: 980-343-3719
Principal: Jigna Patel
LC: South Learning Community
Bell Schedule: 8:45 AM - 3:45 PM
Grades: PreK-5
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EOG TESTING DATES!
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EOG THANK YOU!

A special THANK YOU to those resturaunts that have donated breakfast/coffee for our EOG test administrators and proctors!


Starbucks

McDonalds

Bojangles

Duck Donuts


SUMMER READING PROGRAM

Pre-registration for the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Library's Summer Reading Program is underway.  Students and parents may sign up at summerbreak.cmlibrary.org or by visiting your nearest library branch.  Students may reserve and check out up to ten books from the public library using their CMS student ID, and can earn prizes for the number of hours that they read!  Please encourage your child to read for enjoyment during the summer and get a head start on their reading achievement for the 2018-2019 school year!  This information also should have come home in your child's Thursday folder--look for a small flyer from the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Library. 


THANK YOU!

North Carolina Farm Bureau awarded Lake Wylie their 2018 $500.00 Going Local Grant.  The purpose of this grant for our achool is introduce students to the tools that are used by farmers and others to track and to predict weather. The inclusion of hands-on collection of weather data and the charting of the data using the software provided on the Chromebook will impact 5th grade End of Year testing scores in a positive way. It will also allow students of any age to track data in an effort to better understand the patterns of weather, the effects of weather and the importance of weather on a person's daily live and on growing cycles of plants and livestock both locally, nationally and globally.

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