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

        


Seventy-First Classical Middle School (SFCMS) located at 6830 Raeford Road will hold it’s Annual Open House on Wednesday, January 24, 2018, from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. in the school gymnasium.  This event is open to the public. Parents interested in making SFCMS their child’s School of Choice are encouraged to attend this special event to meet our faculty and staff and explore our extracurricular clubs and organizations. 
 
 
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Published by Laurie Pender on January 10, 2018

        


Image of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. with an American Flag in the background.The Martin Luther King Jr. Committee invites you to come and participate in activities to honor the late Dr. King.

The Candle Light Vigil will take place Tuesday, January 9, 2018, at 5:45 p.m. at the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Park, 739 Blue St. 
 
The parade is scheduled for Saturday, January 13, 2018, at 12:00 p.m. The parade route will begin on Person Street behind the Cumberland County Courthouse and will end at the Amtrak Train Station on Hay Street. 
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Published by Laurie Pender on January 8, 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

        


Adventist Community Services along with various local agencies and anonymous citizens joined together to provide the families of students at J.W. Seabrook Elementary School and those in the area with over 300 Holidays Without Hunger food packages. Adventist Community Services along with various local agencies and anonymous citizens joined together to provide the families of students at J.W. Seabrook Elementary School and those in the area with over 300 Holidays Without Hunger food packages. Many grateful families and community members were lined up and waiting at the school at 8:40 a.m. on Dec. 14 ready to receive the special packages. Organizers of the event expressed deep gratitude for ‘the gifts’ and said the spirit of giving and caring was evident that day as all came together to help brighten the holidays for J.W. Seabrook Elementary School’s community families.
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Published by Laurie Pender on December 19, 2017

        


Student poses with new bike surrounded by those who donated it.Recently, Brothers from the Tau Gamma Gamma Chapter (Airborne Ques) of Omega Psi Phi, Inc. donated bicycles to Westarea Elementary school. The social worker has identified students who will receive the bicycles so they will have a wonderful Christmas. Brothers from the chapter also volunteer at the school throughout the year in events such as Veterans Day, Read Across America, Career Day, fall festival, mentoring and field day.

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Published by Laurie Pender on December 19, 2017

        


Ferguson-Easley Teacher, Ms. Washington poses with someone from the VFW Post 6018The Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW) of the United States has a rich tradition of serving veterans, military families, and their local communities. Recently, Post 6018 awarded our teacher, Ms. Daphenia J. Washington, as their National Citizenship Education Teacher. Read More . . . 

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Published by Laurie Pender on December 19, 2017

        


Image of Representatives from Academy Sport visit College Lakes Elementary to give away bicycles to deserving studentsSeveral months ago College Lakes Elementary was chosen by Cumberland County Schools to be the recipient of the Academy Sports Holiday Bike Giveaway. Today, dreams came true for 30 First and Second Graders. Each was given a shiny new bike and helmet. Read More . . .

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Published by Laurie Pender on December 19, 2017

        


Image of person sitting at a desk working on a budgetFayetteville, NC – In September 2016, the Cumberland County Board of Education directed the Cumberland County Schools’ (CCS) Human Resources’ Department to begin the process of conducting a comprehensive salary study. The major goals of this study were to ensure that the CCS had an internally equitable pay structure and that this pay structure was externally competitive.  
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Published by Laurie Pender on December 13, 2017

        


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