Students at W.A. Pattillo Middle School recently partnered with North Carolina Cooperative Agriculture Extension Agents, Lesa Walton and Colby Griffin, on a school beautification project to ensure the exterior campus reflects the positive culture inside their school. Click the headline to read more.
Pattillo Staff Member Honored
The Advancement Spelling Bee, a preliminary event for the Scripps National Spelling Bee, was held recently on the campus of North Carolina Wesleyan College. Two Pattillo Middle School students participated in the event. Click the headline to read more.
The posters of two 8th grade students honored at local event.
Middle Schoolers have many things in common; at Pattillo Middle School, the students have an important cause to unite them. Throughout the month of October, students from Pattillo Middle School expressed their solidarity in the fight against breast cancer by wearing pink, displaying ribbons of hope, and creating ways to give back to the community affected by breast cancer.
When many people think of "Homebase," they visualize a pitcher throwing the ball, the batter knocking it out of the park and then making his/her lap to score a homerun. Now think teachers as the pitchers, students as the batters and homebase is the mastery at the end of the year. Parents and stakeholders are the audience watching and waiting as players run home. How do we ensure success? Ensuring and enabling great teacher is how to get students to homebase. Click the headline above to read MORE about it!