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Parent/Teacher Conferences & Communication

During New Dimensions Charter School's first Parent Teacher Conferences held at the end of the first grading period, we had 93% participation for our 338 student families. That is an overwhelming percentage in this day and time! Many thanks to our NDS families for your involvement in your student's education and school.

New Dimensions feels that open lines of communication between the parents and teachers, as well as parents and Administration is vital to a successful education experience for our students. They feel, too, that it is an indicator of how welcome their families feel at their school. Invitations for opportunities to be involved in school activities are abundant with: monthly newsletters, weekly reminders of the upcoming events given to families via an all call phone message on Sunday evenings, weekly class reminders from classroom teachers, Facebook and Instagram reminders as well as an updated website.

Thank you NDS families for participating in our Parent Teacher Conferences and for your involvement in our school!

Get Involved

Parent and Community Volunteers are vital to our success at New Dimensions: A Public Charter School. We are always looking for individuals who would like to dedicate his or her time to assist in various areas around our school. NDS offers frequent opportunities for parent involvement through Title 1 program presentations, open monthly Board meetings where students do presentations on what they are learning, quarterly Apples with Admin meetings to allow for school update information and questions from parents, monthly Parent Teacher Organization and Athletic Booster meetings, duty free lunch opportunities for our teachers, Grandparents Day, Thanksgiving lunch, Veterans Day programs, Christmas programs, Band/Chorus concerts, Drama presentations, Girl Scouts/Cub Scouts, club offerings, family movie nights, helping students during Warrior Time each morning, assisting the teacher with classroom preparation needs, etc.

New Dimensions encourages parent involvement and recognizes the Volunteer of the Month at the monthly Tribal Celebrations for the volunteer who has logged the most hours during the month. Our teachers and Administration invite families in at any time if they have questions, comments, or concerns as it is the desire that all students be successful in school and in life. It is the motto of New Dimensions, "At this school, every student will learn. Every kid, every day, no excuses."

NDS Volunteer Authorization

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My daughter Emilie Clontz started at New Dimensions in 2009. Our family fell in love with the school from day one. We moved from Hickory and she had never been in a public school. When we found New Dimensions, we knew it was the fit for us. Emilie attended New Dimensions through fifth grade. At the time, there was no middle school at NDS, so she moved on to Liberty Middle School with some of her other classmates. Emilie was involved in several activities and was on the AB honor roll all 3 years while attending Liberty Middle. Her other classmates there with her, also were included on the AB and all A honor roll. Emilie was in the first ever Anchor Club for middle school in Burke County while attending Liberty. She sang in chorus one year, ran track, played volleyball, and was a member of the student government. Emilie then moved on to Patton High School, where she was manager for the wrestling team, was a member of the Anchor Club, and she participated in the Patton Pageant. She took several honors classes along with some college courses while attending Patton. One of her fellow NDS classmates moved on to Burke Middle and the other classmate graduated in the top 10 of their graduating class. Emilie also worked for one year at NDS in the after school program.Emilie completed all her courses and graduate high school early in the Fall of 2017. She was still able to attend all Senior activities and walk with her class in the spring of 2017.After graduation, she is now currently enlisted in the United States Army and is stationed at Fort Leonard Wood in Missouri. She is seeking a job as a combat engineer, but may down the road change over to Reserves so that she can go to school to get a degree in elementary education. Emilie so far has done well in the military and has already received a badge for sharp shooter during their training.Emilie has always held a special place in her heart for NDS and continues to come when she can and visit the students and faculty.
Emilie has just completed her education and training for her CNA license. She is now going on with her education with hopes for next fall to start nursing school. Her goal and desire is to eventually earn her Masters and work as a nurse practitioner with pediatrics in the hospital.She is currently working while in school being a nanny.She is also very active in her sisters' lives and likes to still come and visit here at the school and volunteers in the classroom when she has some time off.