Students using digital media“El Departamento de ESL junto con el  Departamento de Justicia de Carolina del Norte” Los invita a la siguiente charla conducida por Ms. Natalie Wood Riché (Outreach Specialist).

  • “Sus hijos y las redes sociales”
  • “Texto cibernéticos”
  • “Hablando con extraños por medio del celular o computadora”
  • “Identificar las diferentes páginas sociales del internet donde navegan nuestros hijos”

21 de Febrero, 2018                 
11:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.                                                                  
1307 Hillsboro Street
Fayetteville, NC 28311
910-484-1176

“Cupos son limitados”

 

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Published by Laurie Pender on February 5, 2018

        


Students looking at a cell phone.The Cumberland County Schools’ Department of English as a Second Language (ESL) and the Department of Justice of North Carolina cordially invite you to attend a workshop conducted by Ms. Natalie Wood Riché (Outreach Specialist). Workshop topics include: “Kids and the internet”, “Sexting ”, “Talking with strangers on a cell phone or computer”, and “Different websites that can be dangerous to our kids”. The workshop will be held on Wednesday, February 21, 2018, from 11:00 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. at 1307 Hillsboro Street/Fayetteville. Seats are limited, register today.

 

 

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Published by Laurie Pender on February 5, 2018

        


Hands holding bowl of salad.Tired of the same old meals? Discover the many benefits of adding vegetables and fruits to your dish. They are low in fat and calories while providing fiber and other key nutrients. Vegetables and fruits don’t just add nutrition to meals. They can add color, flavor, and texture. Explore the creative ways to bring healthy foods to your table. Check out, Liven up your meals with vegetables and fruits today. For more health tips, visit wellness.ccs.k12.nc.us.

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Published by Laurie Pender on February 5, 2018

        


Mr. Tim Kinlaw, Interim Superintendent is presenting a plaque to the 2018 Mentor of the Year, Roy L MayhewDuring the Cumberland County Schools’ Mentor Appreciation Breakfast on January 24, Roy L. Mayhew was announced as the 2018 Mentor of the Year!  The school social worker at Luther “Nick” Jeralds Middle School was selected from eight other nominees who have worked to make a difference in the life of a child by mentoring Cumberland County School students. 


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Published by Bobbi Jo Pova on January 25, 2018

        


Fourteen students from the Cumberland County Schools were selected from 41 who participated in the Cumberland County District PTA Councils’ Reflections program.   
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Published by Bobbi Jo Pova on January 24, 2018

        


Image of Reading Rocks! LogoThrough this year’s Reading Rocks! Walk-A-Thon literacy effort, schools throughout the district collectively raised $172,695.22! Each school will keep 100% of the funds it raised to purchase books and learning tools and devices for its students. Congratulations are extended to the following award-winning schools:


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Published by Laurie Pender on January 16, 2018

        


Cumberland County Board of Education
Fayetteville, North Carolina
December 12, 2017

The Cumberland County Board of Education met in regular session on Tuesday, December 12, 2017 at 6:30 p.m., in the Central Services Board Room, with the following board members present: Susan Williams, Carrie Sutton, Peggy Hall, Donna Vann, Judy Musgrave, Porcha McMillan, Greg West, Alicia Chisolm and Rudy Tatum. Others present were Superintendent Tim Kinlaw, Associate Superintendents Betty Musselwhite, Ron Phipps, Clyde Locklear, Ruben Reyes and Mary Black; Board Attorney David Phillips; Ft. Bragg representative, representatives of the principals association, media representative, district PTA representative, representatives of the NCAEOP and representatives of the teacher assistants association. 
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Published by Laurie Pender on January 10, 2018

        


Logo of the North Carolina Department of Public InstructionNorth Carolina continues to lead the nation in numbers of teachers who have earned certification from the National Board for Professional Teaching Standards, with 616 additional teachers gaining the endorsement last month from the Arlington, Va., based organization.

Nearly 21,500 teachers in North Carolina have attained national certification, which is based on a rigorous performance-based assessment that typically takes from one to three years to complete and measures what accomplished teachers and counselors should know and be able to do.
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Published by Laurie Pender on January 8, 2018

        


 image of the words eat less salt written in spilled salt.Most of us get more sodium than we need. Even if you go easy on the salt shaker, your sodium intake may still be high. Packaged and prepared foods such as ready-to-eat products or restaurants meals are common sources of sodium. Learn about common sources of sodium. Begin the new year by making small changes that lead to big wins. For more healthy tips, visit wellness.ccs.k12.nc.us.
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Published by Laurie Pender on January 2, 2018

        


Principals from the winning schools of the #GoBeKindCCS Challenge holding bannersAs a way to bring a new perspective to a continued “bullying epidemic,” we decided to focus on replacement behaviors and emphasize the importance of kindness.  How a kind act can make the giver and the receiver.  We challenged our CCS students to help their school reach 5,000 kind acts over the month of October.  We had an ultimate goal of reaching 100,000 for the district!  This goal was achieved and exceeded!  CCS students, staff, and faculty completed 139,939 acts of kindness during the month of October.  We had 5 schools recognized for the number of acts they completed individually.  We had a high school winner, a middle school winner, a secondary small schools of choice winner, a large elementary winner, and a small elementary winner.

South View HS was the High School winner with 2960 completed acts of kindness

John Griffin MS was the middle school winner with 1269 completed acts of kindness

Cross Creek EC was the school of choice winner with 503 completed acts of kindness

Honeycutt Elementary was the large elementary winner with 16,310 completed acts of kindness

and Mary McArthur was the small elementary winner with 21,837 completed acts of kindness


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Published by Laurie Pender on December 19, 2017

        


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