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Major Rusty Bradley at MRES talking with studentsMajor Rusty Bradley, a North Carolina native, an author, and an Army Veteran visited our fourth and fifth-grade students on Monday. Students listened to Major Bradley talk about determination, and one of the most important things: respect. Our Longhorns also had a chance to ask Major Bradley questions about what it is like deploying and the children in Afghanistan.

Thank you again to Major Bradley for visiting MRES!

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Published by Cyntrea Moore on February 8, 2017

        


Reading a book to students. Reading a book to students.

Mr. McLamb and Mrs. Hyde took the National Young Readers Week principal challenge and read to all of the classrooms at MRES. They dressed up as Pete the Cat, and Pippi Longstockings which made the students smile and giggle. The challenge was not only to inspire young readers but to also help win all our students a Kate DiCamillo book to take home during winter break.

 

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Published by Cyntrea Moore on November 10, 2016

        


Image of Rockfish Tigers Mascot, St. Paul's Bullpups Mascots, and Morganton Road Longhorns MascotHurricane Matthew Relief – School Supply Drive

The students of Rockfish Elementary and Morganton Road Elementary are joining together to help students at St. Pauls Elementary School in neighboring Robeson County.  Hurricane Matthew caused flood damage and loss to the school, as well as many of the students’ homes.  In an effort to assist these students, our schools are coming together to conduct a school supply drive.  We are asking students at each grade level to bring designated items listed below. 

MRES as well as Rockfish Elementary did an amazing job collecting supplies to help St. Pauls Elementary school.

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Published by Cyntrea Moore on October 31, 2016

        


SGA ElectionsSGA Elections A few of our fifth grade Longhorn students delivered speeches to their fellow fourth and fifth grade student body today, explaining why they should represent our school in the Student Government Association.

Three students, Jayden T., Mahari L., and Amirah I., ran for President. Two students, Serena C., and Jayla M., ran for vice president. Destiny M., and Jasmine S., ran for SGA secretary. All of the students gave wonderful speeches delivering their platform with topics ranging from giving our students more of a voice and creating more clubs. The winners of the election will be announced on Monday, October 24th, 2016.

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Published by Cyntrea Moore on October 21, 2016

        


Grandparents Lunch

Grandparents enjoy their lunch in the MRES cafeteria.

Grandparents Lunch

Grandparents eating on the stage with their students.

MRES had a great turn out for our Grandparents’ lunch, on Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday. Thank you to all of the grandparents that came out to eat with their student.

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Published by Cyntrea Moore on September 15, 2016

        


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