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Williamsburg's outside
bookfair was a huge success!

Parent & Student Resources

On this page you will find a number of resources to help you navigate the school system as well as important forms, enrollment information, and student programs. Click on a thumbnail below for more information.

Quick Links

Links and Resources

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Alert Now

Rockingham County Schools utilizes the Alert Now: Connect 5 Phone Notification Service.


​Your child’s school will be utilizing the Alert Now: Connect 5 service for: 

  • Back to School                       

  • Parent Conferences

  • Special Events

  • End of Grade Testing Dates    

  • Sports Cancellations               

  • Report Card Distribution                                                                                 

  • Make Up School Day Reminder

  • PTO/PTA/PTSO/Booster Clubs

  • Emergency Messages

  • Attendance / Absence Notification

The district will be utilizing the Alert Now:Connect 5 service for:

  • Weather Related Information                                 

  • Emergency Messages  

  • Other Important Information                                                                                                                            


To update your primary and emergency contact information, please call your child’s school.


To receive a replay of school and district messages sent to your phone, call 1-855-4-REPLAY or 1-855-473-7529.


Anyone who accidentally opted out of their RCS/school automated phone calls can easily opt back in. Call 855-502-7867 and select option 2. The call MUST be made from the opt-in phone number, which means schools cannot add a phone number for families.  We don't want you to miss any important messages!

Alert Now
Read to Achieve
Teenagers in Library

Read to Achieve

Read To Achieve is a part of the Excellent Schools Act passed into NC law in July 2012 and applies to all schools beginning 2013-2014 school year. Read To Achieve focuses on preparing students to be proficient readers by the end of 3rd grade. Click the link below to learn more about Read to Achieve as well as other elementary resources. 

K Resources
Father and Son

Kindergarten Resources

Kindergarten Information for New Students and Parents


Registration Information - links to Kindergarten registration

Kindergarten 101 Video


K101 Academic Packet

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Teacher Websites

Below is a list of teacher websites by grade.

Teacher Websites
Parent Involvement
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Parent Involvement

Want to know ways that you, a Williamsburg parent, can support your child's school? 


Please click on the links below for more information. Thank you for your support!


Box Tops for Education     ( supports the Music Program)

Volunteer in the Library

Volunteering in the library helps the entire school! We appreciate our volunteers in the library!  We welcome your help with keeping our library looking beautiful and in order. Your help is not only a GREAT example to our students, but it also ensures that all books are available to our ROCK STAR READERS! 


If you have extra time and would like to help we will welcome you with open arms. If you would like to help the students and staff at Williamsburg school, please come by the library and help us get some of the 5,000 books that are checked out each month back on the shelves. Guaranteed to bring a big smile to our faces!

Student Resources
Preschool Teacher and Students

Student Resources

Smithsonian - Museum of Natural History:

Open Library:
FREE site to read books. You just follow this link, sign-up by creating a username and password and then ENJOY!





NC Wise Owl

Discovery Education / United Streaming United Discovery Streaming:

Keyboarding Practice:


Test-Taking Tips

Review Resources

EOG Practice and Assessment Assistance

Math Resources
          Math is Fun -  -

Reading / Language Resources

Black History Month / Presidents' Day

Global Awareness

21st Century Technology
Teacher and Students in Science Class

Parent Recommended Resources

Below are a number of recommended resources that parents and students can use to compliment their classroom learning.

Digital at home Learning
Student take home packets
      Kindergarten Math
      First Grade Math
      Second Grade Math
      Third Grade Reading
      Third Grade Math
      Fourth Grade Reading
      Fourth Grade Math
      Fifth Grade Reading
      Fifth Grade Math
Bus Transportation Registration 2019-2020

Register for bus transportation if your child:

  • Has a new address

  • Was not previously a bus rider

  • Is new to Rockingham County Schools

  • Will be attending a new school (including promotions from elementary to middle to high school)



Click on the link below to access the Rockingham County Schools Transportation online registration form:

Student Insurance

Student insurance is available upon request. Parents will be given the opportunity to sign up for the insurance at the beginning of the year if they do not already have medical insurance for their child. Enrollment brochures are available throughout the year. There are several options available, including school day coverage for $10.00.

After-School Care

The Reidsville YMCA provide an after-school care program at our school for all students who wish to enroll. The cost of the program is set by the YMCA and all fees are handled there. For more information, you may contact the Reidsville YMCA at 342-3307.


Edutopia's "Parents Guide to 21st Century Learning."   


Rockingham County Public Library 


North Carolina Public Schools


Learning English

Discovery Education   






Produced by the Resources Development and Evaluation Section of the Instructional Technology Division of the North Carolina Department of Public Instruction (NCDPI), this resource provides links to electronic databases and reviewed websites that students can use to complete project-based learning assignments.  For older children in the home, please click Middle School Zone or High School Zone to be directed to other age appropriate resources.


Used in Kindergarten through Second grade, this program provides a strong foundation in phonological/phonemic awareness, phonics and spelling.


U.S. Department of Education

(USDE):  A link to the USDE pamphlet series,  "Helping Your Child".


Math Facts Practice

A link to PowerPoint flashcards to help with learning and retaining addition and subtraction facts.



Pronounced (kee-ah), this webpage allows users to search all shared activities that are published via Quia Web (subscription service that allows teachers to create online activities). Just choose a subject area to get started. Fill in Keyword and/or use Sub-Category information to help narrow your search.


IXL Math--N.C. Standards

A collection of practice problems that go along with the N.C. State Math standards.



Some games are better than others, but with thousands to choose from, every child should be able to find something he or she likes.

Arcade Type Math Games (computation skills tied to racing-type or blasting-type games)

Parent Resources
Volunteer Resources

What is PBIS?  PBIS represents Positive Behavior Intervention and Support which is a school wide program.  Our behavior program focuses on the positive actions we want students to practice. This program ensures that all school stakeholders are consistent with rules and consequences for negative behaviors.  A team is in place that surveys students, staff and parents about areas of concern in the school. A team develops guidelines for that area and lesson plans to support teachers and students being on the same page with expectations. 


Rockingham County currently has 17 schools that have implemented PBIS.  Each year, the state of North Carolina recognizes schools for their level of implementation of PBIS. 


Green: Implementation Inventory and School Wide Evaluation (SET) Fidelity Check of at least 80% or higher. 

Model: Implementation Inventory and School Wide Evaluation (SET) Fidelity Check of at least 90% or higher. 

Exemplar:  This is the HIGHEST level of recognition. Implementation Inventory and School Wide Evaluation (SET) Fidelity Check of at least 95% or higher, Evidence of Improved Academic Achievement for at least 2 consecutive years, and also Evidence of Improvement as evidenced by Behavior Intervention Supports for at least 2 consecutive years . 


2012-2013   Williamsburg was in the IMPLEMENTING stage of PBIS.  This was our first year and Williamsburg was recognized as a MODEL BANNER school 


2013-2014   Williamsburg Elementary was recognized as a MODEL BANNER  school 


2015-2016   Williamsburg Elementary was recognized as a EXEMPLAR BANNER school


PBIS Expectationsclick PBIS Expectations to see PBIS Matrix


Williamsburg ROARS PBIS!! 

Willie the Wildcat loves to ROAR!! 


R Respect Everyone 
O Observe Safety 
A Actively Listen & Learn                    
R Remember Responsibility


Ask your child about PBIS and listen to them ROAR!! 


Staff and students attended our PBIS Fair.  Students listened to special guests explain expected behavior in these areas and gave examples of unacceptable behaviors as well.  Look at the fun we had while learning about our expectations!

PBIS Celebration


Students who exemplify good behavior and follow the PBIS rules and expectations for the semester will be rewarded and have the opportunity to attend the PBIS celebration.

Enjoy some pictures from our Good Behavior Dance Celebration.

PBIS Celebration
PBIS Celebration
PBIS Celebration
PBIS Celebration
PBIS Celebration
PBIS Celebration
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