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School Information:
2028 Little Rock Road
Charlotte, NC 28214
Courier # 562
P: 980-343-6055 | F: 980-343-6128
Principal: Rhonda Gomez
LC: West-West Mecklenburg Learning Community
Bell Schedule: 8:45 AM - 3:45 PM
Grades: K-5
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Our Mission
Educators will work with parents and the community to promote scholars today and leaders tomorrow.
School Announcements
Volunteer Breakfast
4/25/2017Read full story
Book Fair
3/19/2017Read full story
Teaching, time and Talent
11/7/2016Read full story
Red Ribbon Week 2016
10/25/2016Read full story
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Current Calendar Events
May 29Memorial Day- No School
May 31 - Jun 1Religious Holiday: Shavuoth
Jun 1International Night
Jun 5Stepping Up Night
Jun 6June Jam / Feild Day
Jun 85th Grade Promotion
Jun 9Last Day of School
Jun 12 - 14Work Days
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 Tuckaseegee Elementary School is dedicated to the development of a society of citizens who are innovative, adaptable, and productive.  By capitalizing on 

student strengths, passions, talents, and interests, every student will know 

that learning is possible, and possibilities are endless.

Student Centered – Students are at the heart of every decision we make; We plan and align

actions and resources to what is best for students
Community – Everyone is valued and respected; We foster a joyful, positive and supportive 

environment through open communication, celebration, and collaboration
Diversity – The diversity of our team is one of our greatest strengths; We recognize, affirm, 

and value the contributions and unique perspectives of each person
Dependability – We build confidence by being accountable for our words and actions
Learning – We continuously reflect and actively seek opportunities to learn and grow

Personalized Learning  empowers and nurtures the social, emotional, 

academic, and developmental needs of each self-directed 21st-

century  learner.





Special thanks to the Mayor and the Open Book Foundation for donating

$ 3000 in books to our students to build their home libraries!



Congratulations to Amanda Joy for winning February's HOMETOWN HERO award!  She won: 

  • a pizza party for her class
  • $250 in classroom supplies
  • a surprise visit from her mom, grandma, and boyfriend

We are SO proud of Amanda and all of the JOY she brings to Team Tuck!

Special thanks to Mrs. Joy (also a 2nd-grade teacher) who traveled from Maryland to be here for this moment!

 Thank you, Amanda, for your commitment to excellence!


Thank you to everyone who voted!  



Our Student Council​​​​​​​​

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512 Public Relations Agency                          

Stacy Sneed, owner and managing director of 512 Public Relations Agency, recently visited with the Young Girls Rock

students at Tuckaseegee Elementary.

The students learned about what it takes to be smart, bold and strong. Her key messages for the girls were to dream    

their wildest and craziest dream, to share their dream with anyone who would listen and to persevere through the tough

 times because successes  will come with determination. 

Ms. Sneed has worked with some of the leading fashion houses across the world. She worked in public relations for 

 luxury fashion retailer Harvey Nichols in London; high-street fashion brand New Look in London and Paris, and for the  international brand Swatch Group, managing public relations for prestige watch and jewelry brands including

Breguet, Blancpain, Glashütte Original, Jaquet Droz and Tiffany & Co.

512 Public Relations Agency is a full-service agency that specializes in fashion, home and lifestyle communications. 

For personalized service, contact us. 512PR will open the door to new possibilities for your brand.

512 Public Relations Agency,


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Digital Citizenship

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  Digital Citizenship is a concept which helps teachers, technology leaders

and parents to understand what students/children/technology users

should know to use technology appropriately. Digital Citizenship is more 

than just a teaching tool; it is a way to prepare students/technology users

for a society full of technology. Digital citizenship is the norms of

appropriate, responsible technology use.  Too often we are seeing

students as well as adults misusing and abusing technology but not sure

what to do. The issue is more than what the users do not know but what

is considered appropriate technology usage. 

                       Tuck Art from Festival in the Park                            

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