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Pinnacle Elementary was recognized by the Stokes County School Board for the fourth year in a row for achieving Exemplar status in the nationally acclaimed program, Positive Behavior Intervention and Support (PBIS). The PBIS team includes: Tiffany Muniz (pictured on the right) with Principal Shannon Boles; also on the team are Misty Leftwich, Tiffany Ramey, Anna Jones and Kim Amos.


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Sandy Ridge Elementary students crafted a creative art project by making a flower out of 180 handprints with teacher Ms. Peters which read: We are unique and beautiful, but together we are a masterpiece!


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Stokes County School Board recognized principals who supervised a school that had an Education Value-Added Assessment System (EVAAS) growth score in the top 50 percent. From left to right starting on the front row in the second picture: Greg Ottaway, Lawsonville Elementary: Robin Layman, Mount Olive Elementary; Karen Nunn, King Elementary; Shannon Boles, Pinnacle Elementary; Jeff Boyles, Sandy Ridge Elementary; and back row: Nathan Rasey, North Stokes High and Samuel Jones, Walnut Cove Elementary.


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Pinnacle Elementary was recognized by the Stokes County School Board for the fourth year in a row for achieving Exemplar status in the nationally acclaimed program, Positive Behavior Intervention and Support (PBIS). The PBIS team includes: Tiffany Muniz (pictured on the right) with Principal Shannon Boles; also on the team are Misty Leftwich, Tiffany Ramey, Anna Jones and Kim Amos.

Sandy Ridge Elementary students crafted a creative art project by making a flower out of 180 handprints with teacher Ms. Peters which read: We are unique and beautiful, but together we are a masterpiece!

Stokes County School Board recognized principals who supervised a school that had an Education Value-Added Assessment System (EVAAS) growth score in the top 50 percent. From left to right starting on the front row in the second picture: Greg Ottaway, Lawsonville Elementary: Robin Layman, Mount Olive Elementary; Karen Nunn, King Elementary; Shannon Boles, Pinnacle Elementary; Jeff Boyles, Sandy Ridge Elementary; and back row: Nathan Rasey, North Stokes High and Samuel Jones, Walnut Cove Elementary.

Pinnacle Elementary was recognized by the Stokes County School Board for the fourth year in a row for achieving Exemplar status in the nationally acclaimed program, Positive Behavior Intervention and Support (PBIS). The PBIS team includes: Tiffany Muniz (pictured on the right) with Principal Shannon Boles; also on the team are Misty Leftwich, Tiffany Ramey, Anna Jones and Kim Amos.
https://www.thestokesnews.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/10/web1_SBGoodNews.jpgPinnacle Elementary was recognized by the Stokes County School Board for the fourth year in a row for achieving Exemplar status in the nationally acclaimed program, Positive Behavior Intervention and Support (PBIS). The PBIS team includes: Tiffany Muniz (pictured on the right) with Principal Shannon Boles; also on the team are Misty Leftwich, Tiffany Ramey, Anna Jones and Kim Amos. Courtesy photo

Sandy Ridge Elementary students crafted a creative art project by making a flower out of 180 handprints with teacher Ms. Peters which read: We are unique and beautiful, but together we are a masterpiece!
https://www.thestokesnews.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/10/web1_GoodNewsPic.jpgSandy Ridge Elementary students crafted a creative art project by making a flower out of 180 handprints with teacher Ms. Peters which read: We are unique and beautiful, but together we are a masterpiece! Courtesy photo

Stokes County School Board recognized principals who supervised a school that had an Education Value-Added Assessment System (EVAAS) growth score in the top 50 percent. From left to right starting on the front row in the second picture: Greg Ottaway, Lawsonville Elementary: Robin Layman, Mount Olive Elementary; Karen Nunn, King Elementary; Shannon Boles, Pinnacle Elementary; Jeff Boyles, Sandy Ridge Elementary; and back row: Nathan Rasey, North Stokes High and Samuel Jones, Walnut Cove Elementary.
https://www.thestokesnews.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/10/web1_GregOtta.jpgStokes County School Board recognized principals who supervised a school that had an Education Value-Added Assessment System (EVAAS) growth score in the top 50 percent. From left to right starting on the front row in the second picture: Greg Ottaway, Lawsonville Elementary: Robin Layman, Mount Olive Elementary; Karen Nunn, King Elementary; Shannon Boles, Pinnacle Elementary; Jeff Boyles, Sandy Ridge Elementary; and back row: Nathan Rasey, North Stokes High and Samuel Jones, Walnut Cove Elementary. Courtesy photo
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