Elementary K-5
Contact

Dr. Lynette Graves, Director

K-5 Instruction and Title I

Phone: 336-633-5090

lgraves@randolph.k12.nc.us

Donna Moore

Administrative Assistant and Bookkeeper

Phone: 336-633-5090

dmoore@randolph.k12.nc.us

Roxanne Taylor

Parental Engagement Specialist

Phone: 336-633-5097

rtaylor@randolph.k12.nc.us

Dr. Ana Floyd, Lead Teacher

Math and Science

Phone: 336-633-5028

afloyd@randolph.k12.nc.us

Karen Binns, Lead Teacher

Literacy and Social Studies

Phone: 336-633-5036

kbinns@randolph.k12.nc.us

Click here to access the
RCSS K-5 Instruction Google Site

Click here to access NC State Board of Education School Age Entry Legal Requirements

Click here to access the Science NC DPI Google Site

Click here to access Math NC DPI Google Site

Documents and Uploads

School Improvement Plans

Read to Achieve

The North Carolina Read to Achieve program is a part of the Excellent Public Schools Act which became law in July 2012, and it applies to all public schools in North Carolina.

What does the law mean?

“The goal of the State is to ensure that every student read at or above grade level by the end of third grade and continue to progress in reading proficiency so that he or she can read, comprehend, integrate, and apply complex texts needed for secondary education and career success.”

Please click the link to access the Excellent Public Schools Act

English Language Arts
Guided Reading

Teachers meet with small groups of 3-6 students at their instructional reading level. Best practices from Jan Richardson and other experts are utilized during this time. Teachers may use literacy workstations or the Daily 5 approach to actively engage students who are not in a guided reading group.

Jan Richardson's Guided Reading

The Daily 5 / Café

Debbie Diller Literacy Stations  

Independent Reading

Students read daily at their independent level.  They may respond to their reading in writing.  Teachers take time to conference with students about their independent reading at least monthly.

Books Lists:

Get to Know the Readers in Your Classroom:

Word Study

Resources for Word Study. Click on the Links Below:

Words Their Way

Words Journey

Writer's Workshop

The workshop begins with a 10-15 minute mini-lesson, followed by 20-25 minutes of writing time and ends with sharing.  Students write narrative, informational and argumentative/opinion texts.  Mini-lesson topics include writing process skills and conventions such as grammar.

The Reading and Writing Project