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  • Enroll your child for the 2020-2021 School Year


    Hello Parents!

    We are now LIVE for student enrollment online! Please click on the link below to register your child now:



    Please note the following list of documents that you will need to have to complete the enrollment process:


    • Proof of Residence (current utility bill, lease agreement, or mortgage statement)
    • Certified Birth Certificate (may be obtained from the Register of Deeds in the county of birth)
    • Immunization Record
    • North Carolina Health Assessment Report showing physical examination, vision screening, hearing screening must be returned prior to beginning school
    • Copies of all current court orders concerning custody and visitation, including protective orders
    • Child MUST BE 5 years old on or before August 31, 2020 in order to enroll in kindergarten


    We can't wait to meet you!

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     The North Carolina State University K-12 Reading Program has opened early, reduced rates, and converted all classes to a live online format, to help parents and schools maintain student education during these unusual times.


    Their live, teacher-led online classes are available now and throughout the summer, for Pre-K through 12th grade students. 


    The curriculum is high caliber and has been taught in a live, online format for 5 years already with over 50,000 school-age students.  The classes are led by highly-trained teachers with many years’ experience teaching effectively in online classrooms.  Skills taught include:


    • Early Elementary: letter recognition, phonemic awareness, sight words, and phonics.


    Many parents are seeking solutions to keep their children productively engaged and ready to hit the ground running when in-person school resumes. Therefore, please click on the link below entitled "Reading Program" if you would like more information.


    If you have trouble opening the attachment you can also visit their website at



    Reading Program

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  • QUESTION AND ANSWER: Here are some common questions regarding the Student Meals Online Preorder Process and some answers. Please be patient and understanding as we continue to find the safest ways to ensure our students get meals during this challenging time. We are all in this together, BCS Family.

    ❓How do I sign up?
    ✅Visit and complete the online form.

    ❓How do I check the updated routes and bus stop locations?
    ✅Once you have signed up, visit the FOLLOWING weekend where you can enter your address to find the updated times and locations. The updates are available each weekend for the following week. You MUST check each weekend due to additional stops being added which could affect numerous bus stop times.

    ❓Do I have to sign up for the service more than once?
    ✅No. But you have to check the bus route information link each weekend to find the following week's bus stop times and locations. You can find that link here:

    ❓What is the deadline to sign up?
    ✅You must sign up by Wednesday to be added to the routes for the FOLLOWING week. This allows our Transportation Department enough time to create the safest routes and bus stop locations possible.

    ❓What if I don't have access to internet to complete form?
    ✅Please call your child's school and leave a detailed voicemail with your needs. Schools are currently not open but a staff member will be checking messages and be in contact.

    ❓Can I still pickup at the three high schools?
    ✅Yes. You do not need to preorder to pickup meals at the schools via drive thru. Multiple meals may be picked up by parents and caregivers. Recipients should be prepared to drive-up or walk up to the designated area and let the staff know how many meals are needed. Please eat perishable food within' two hours of pickup. Milk should be consumed or refrigerated immediately.

    ❓What are the three high school addresses?

    → NBHS: 114 Scorpion Drive Leland, NC 28451
    → WBHS: 550 Whiteville Road Shallotte, NC 28470
    → SBHS: 280 Cougar Drive, BSL Southport, NC 28461

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  • New Student Meal Service- PLEASE READ
    Beginning today, BCS will begin taking orders online to be added to delivery routes/ pickup sites for the following week of April 13th – 17th.  (Sign up by Wednesday and the meal delivery will be added to the following week's routes.  Some will be homes, some will be nearby locations if streets are not safe for bus travel.)  
    Folks who do not have ability to do online form can call their school and leave a detailed voicemail with their needs and staff will be in contact.
    The three High Schools will continue to provide drive thru meal pickup.

    DIRECTIONS FOR PREORDER: Order placed by Wednesday, April 8th, will be added to the bus stop routes for the week April 13th to April 17th.

    First, go to and fill out the online form (name, address, email, meal count)

    Second, the following weekend check the bus route and info link( or ) to see where and when to expect your delivery each day.

    (For the week of April 6th-April 9th, the locations are street stops along the bus route. Some are at homes and if the bus can’t get down a particular street, the bus is stopping at the closest street possible.)

    Families must place your order by Wednesday to receive your meals the following week. This allows our Transportation Department enough time to create the safest routes and times for pickup/dropoff.
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  • Welcome to the Creek!

    Town Creek Elementary School (TCES), home of the Gators welcomes you.  Our school serves approximately 550 students in grades pre-K through 5th grade.  The staff works to promote a challenging academic atmosphere encouraging students to take ownership of their learning.  Through collaborative learning opportunities, students learn to work with each other practicing essential skills required to be 21st Century Leaders.  TCES staff are challenged to be lifelong learners as well.  Staff collaborates throughout the school year sharing strategies and ideas to increase their knowledge as well as bringing those resources and ideas into their classroom to ensure all students reach their fullest potential.

    TCES implements PBIS, Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports received recognition as a PBIS Green Ribbon School in 2013-2014 and as a PBIS Model School in 2014-2015.  We are anxiously awaiting the results for 2015-2016!  The PBIS system is a proactive system that established supports and a social culture that is necessary for all students to succeed.  Students have the opportunity to participate in celebrations throughout the school year recognizing their efforts in promoting a positive instructional environment.

    The success of our students does not happen independent of outside support.  Parents and volunteers play an essential role in promoting and enriching the educational experience for students.  There are numerous opportunities for parent and community involvement.  Brittany Wilkins, our Parent Facilitator can provide more information regarding opportunities for you to support our staff and students.  TCES has a very supportive and active PTA.  The events this group has coordinated have allowed additional supports and resources to be purchased for students to access each day.

    TCES is a school community.  With the possible building of Town Creek Middle School, we have the opportunity to expand our school community even further.

    Mrs. C

  • Report Bullying

    Bullying is defined by as “unwanted, aggressive behavior among school aged children that involves a real or perceived power imbalance. The behavior is repeated, or has the potential to be repeated, over time.” Bullying behaviors are categorized in three primary types: verbal bullying, social bullying, and physical bullying. “Actions such as making threats, spreading rumors, attacking someone physically or verbally, and excluding someone from a group on purpose” are all examples of bullying.


    Per Board Policy 1710/4021/7230, Brunswick County Schools and the Board acknowledge the dignity and worth of all students and employees and strives to create a safe, order, caring and inviting school environment to facilitate student learning and achievement. Brunswick County Schools and the Board prohibit discrimination on the basis of race, color, religion, age, ancestry, national origin, gender, socioeconomic status, academic status, gender identity, physical appearance, sexual orientation, pregnancy, or mental, physical, developmental, or sensory disability and will provide equal access to the Boy Scouts and other designated youth groups as required by law.   Brunswick County Schools and the Board will not tolerate any form of unlawful discrimination, harassment or bullying in any of its educational or employment activities or programs.


    Please click on the link below to fill out the Bullying Incident Reporting Form

    Bullying Incident Reporting Form



    Additional Resources

    Center for Disease Control and Prevention - Bullying Research - What is Bullying? - Warning Signs for Bullying - What is Cyberbullying? - Prevention - Resources

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