Student Designs Science Lab Experiment

A few months ago, some boys were flipping bottles in Mrs. Waheed’s Science class. After telling them to stop, Mrs. Waheed offered the students an opportunity to flip bottles in class if they submitted a lab proposal. Jessica Bailey, an 8th grade student, worked tirelessly conducting personal research to single-handedly write a lab sheet for her peers to perform their experiment. Her research even included which water bottles would work best. Jessica brought in pre-marked bottles for the students to use, and on top of all that, she personally graded the lab reports against a rubric that she created. By all accounts, the lab was professionally designed and engaged all of the students. Way to go Jessica!
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8th Grade Promotion Ceremony

As we get closer to our 8th Grade Promotion Ceremony on June 6th at 8 am in the E. L. Wright Gymnasium, we remind you to keep these details in mind:


Students are given two tickets for guests to attend the ceremony due to Fire Marshall code.

If you do not have a ticket you will not be allowed in. Even small children will need a ticket. ( The Fire Marshall counts the number of people not the number of seats.)


All fees must be paid in order for students to participate in the ceremony.

Green with Circles Promotion Announcement


Students must be on track to be promoted in order to participate in the ceremony.


Extra parking will be available on the Blacktop of the Football Field and at Windsor United Methodist Church

Please do not park at the businesses across the street from the school.

Your car will be towed.


Streaming for the Event:

The ceremony for the first time will be live streamed on our Facebook Page


Orchestra Earns Superior Rating at Carowinds

On May 19th, our 7-8th Grade Orchestras combined to perform at the Carowinds Festival of Music. The students performed before a panel of three nationally recognized judges and received a rating of Superior, which is the highest rating. This is the seventh year in a row that our Orchestra has received a Superior rating. Congratulations to our Warrior Orchestra and Mrs. Gibbs!


It’s Time to Register! Annual Registration now open

2018-2019 Returning Annual Registration is now available online. To complete Returning Annual Registration follow the steps below:

Step 1:

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  • The process is not completed until you have SUBMITTED the Annual Registration.

 Step 2: Proof of Residence

ALL POR’S (Proof of Residence) MUST BE WITHIN 30 DAYS

  • If your address has not changed, turn in one proof of residency.
  • If your address has changed, PLEASE turn in three proofs of residency.
  • Family’s Living with Families you have to complete the whole process every year, Affidavits and 6 proofs of residency.

Annual Registration must be completed in order for your child to be placed on a classroom roster.

Chromebook Collection This Week!

We will be collecting and inspecting student Chromebooks this week. Any student who has damage and has not paid their Computer Device Protection Management Plan Fee can be charged anywhere from $75 (missing keys, cracks in plastic, rubber off monitor, minor hinge damage, etc.), $150 (holes in plastic, broken plastic where hinge is separated from base, multiple instances of damage, or cracked screens) or $310 (missing devices).

Students will turn in their devices on Thursday, May 24th and Friday, May 25th where at that time any damage will be assessed a fee. Students are asked to take and store their carrying bags home at this time for next year. Students will need their bag next year in order to receive a device. Missing bags cost $35.

Chorus Excellent at Festival of Music

On May 19th, Mr. Rafuse took 38 members of the 7-8th grade Warrior Chorus to Carowinds for their Festival of Music competition. The students were able to enjoy the rides for four hours before they performed later in the afternoon. The Warrior Chorus received a rating of Excellent from a panel of three judges. According to Mr. Rafuse, “the students went wild after being presented with the Excellent rating. I cannot say enough how proud I am of these Warriors. Not only did they play hard, they showed up to the theater exhausted, but they had preserved their voices and still slayed it.” Mr. Rafuse would also like to thank the following for their help with this trip: Mr. Davontae Singleton (ELW), Dr. Hawkins (SVHS), Mr. Jason Bush, Mr. Paul Tyler, and Mrs. Angela Chestnut. Congratulations Warriors!