NBC-17 Spotlights the South View Tigers

NBC-17 Spotlights the South View Tigers

NBC-17 recently spotlighted the marching band of South View High School and their color guard on their “Your Town” series. To view the mini segments, please visit the following links.

Color Guard            Band

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Published by Laurie Pender on May 14, 2012

        


Archipelago Learning

Local Teacher Wins the Archipelago Learning Educational Excellence Award

In honor of Teacher Appreciation Week, one outstanding educator was recently selected to receive the Archipelago Learning Educational Excellence Award. Many nominations were submitted recognizing truly inspirational leaders in education.

Voting was left up to the public and the results are in. Congratulations to Bryan Boroff, of C. Wayne Collier Elementary School in Hope Mills, North Carolina for being the recipient of the 2012 Archipelago Learning Educational Excellence Award!

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Published by Laurie Pender on May 14, 2012

        


Weekly Media Advisory: May 13 – 19, 2012
A summary of events and activities occurring this week in the Cumberland County Schools
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Published by Laurie Pender on May 11, 2012

        


State Playoff Games Scheduled for May 10 - 11, 2012

State Playoff Games Scheduled for May 10 - 11, 2012

The following state baseball playoff game will be played on Thursday, May 10.

Clayton HS (14-10) at Cape Fear (14-7) 7:00 p.m.


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Published by Laurie Pender on May 11, 2012

        


Dr. Till Honors CCS' Teacher of the Year

Dr. Till Honors CCS' Teacher of the Year

In recognition of Teacher Appreciation Week, NBC 17 interviewed the Cumberland County Schools Teacher of the Year, Dewana Holt of Eastover- Central Elementary. Superintendent Frank Till surprised Mrs. Holt on air and presented her with flowers. Please click the link below to view the presentation.

http://video.nbc17.com/v/56183595/teacher-appreciation-dewana-holt-fayetteville-s-eastover-central-elementary.htm

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Published by Laurie Pender on May 11, 2012

        


Gray's Creek High School Holds Flip Flop Drive 

Gray's Creek High School Holds Flip Flop Drive

 Gray’s Creek Fanatics raised over 500 pairs with most contributions coming from Ms. Bonnie Carlson and Mrs. Denise Carter’s 2nd period classes. Principal Aldridge feels that it is very important to give back to those less fortunate and stated “I’m very proud of our student body.”

 The student body should be commended for having such a generous attitude. They are proud of themselves for their display of generosity. This attitude and the actions of the student body is just a tad bit of that GC Pride. GO BEARS!

 

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Published by Laurie Pender on May 11, 2012

        


Manchester Receives Red Robin U-ACT Grant

Manchester Receives Red Robin U-ACT Grant

Casey Teele, a teacher at Manchester Elementary submitted a grant proposal for the Red Robin U-ACT program.  U-ACT, which stands for Unbridled Acts, or random acts of kindness, is a character-building initiative specifically for grades K-8, which aims to inspire and encourage students to be kind to others. 

The goal of the Red Robin Foundation U-ACT Program is to create a sense of neighborliness inside and outside of school settings and eliminate bullying through Unbridled Acts. Through monthly monetary grants, the Red Robin Foundation U-ACT Program honors schools that exemplify kindness to others and show support in their community through Unbridled Acts.
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Published by Laurie Pender on May 11, 2012

        


Fayetteville District AME Zion Church Gives Back

Fayetteville District AME Zion Church Gives Back

Spring Lake Middle School was presented a check and clothes by the Fayetteville District AME Zion Church, under the direction of Elder Gregory, to support and maintain all the wonderful services provided by Spring Lake Middle School through incentives, clubs and academic achievements.

It was the initiative of the Fayetteville District Missionary Department to donate funds and clothing at the recommendation of Brandie Meekins, after she researched professional and academic accomplishments at Spring Lake Middle School. According to the Fayetteville District AME Zion Churches, Spring Lake Middle is doing great things!

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Published by Laurie Pender on May 11, 2012

        


 

South View High School Competes in FOX 50 Lip Dub Video CompetitionSouth View High School has entered FOX 50′s annual Lip Dub competition.  The annual contest allows North Carolina high schools to submit a video in which the students lip-sync to a song that they feel epitomizes the spirit of their school.  South View, the only high school in Cumberland County to submit a video, chose the song “Magic” by B.o.B. and used the video as an opportunity to showcase the talents of the students, clubs, organizations and athletics of the student body. The winning school is awarded $10,000 by the television station.
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Published by Laurie Pender on May 11, 2012

        


Get Connected...On the Ed Channel

Renarta and guests talk about SGA

On this month’s episode of Get Connected, your host Renarta Clanton Moyd will be joined by Pamela Story, School Social Work Coordinator/Central Services SGA Liaison; Robert Bass, SGA Adviser, Douglas Byrd High School; and Kevin Hight, SGA Adviser, Terry Sanford High School. The group will be discussing CCS’ Student Government Association.
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Published by Laurie Pender on May 11, 2012

        


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