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The words Save the Date written in green with a pencil laying beside the words Yes and NO. The words Yes and No are written in  black with boxes beside them.  There is also a green check in the box next to the word Yes.Attention 10th – 12th graders!!  You and your parents are encouraged to attend a FREE College Fair, hosted by the Community Outreach Resource Network (C.O.R.N),  on Saturday, September 15, 2018, from 10:00 a.m. – 2:00 pm at the Spring Lake Recreation Center, located at 245 Ruth Street, Spring Lake, NC. For more information, please contact Yolanda Burse, Director, at 910.527.6897.

 

 

 

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Published by Anyonga Blackwell on September 11, 2018

        


American Flags waving in the background with the words CCS will be Closed on Labor Day, Monday, September 3, 2018 in white letters.

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Published by Anyonga Blackwell on August 29, 2018

        


 

Christian L., a sophomore at CIECHS, earned the prestigious Eagle Scout Award, one of the highest honors earned by members of the Boy Scouts of America. Eagle Scout is the highest advancement rank in Boy Scouting.  Since 1912,  more than two million Boy Scouts have earned the Eagle Scout rank. Throughout his boy scouting years, Christian has earned over 22 merit badges and held numerous leadership positions in his troop. Christian’s Eagle Scout Project enhanced the productivity at the Fayetteville Community Garden. Cleaning and clearing the garden plots allowed citizens in the community to grow and produce healthy vegetables. Scouts and leaders worked hard from Troop #29 to assist Christian with his Eagle Scout project. Congratulations Christian!

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Published by Anyonga Blackwell on August 27, 2018

        


Teacher of the Year Photo

Congratulations to CIECHS teacher- Mrs. Sarah Hughes who was announced recently as the 2018-2019  Cumberland International Early College High School &  E.E Smith District Teacher of the Year. Mrs. Hughes will now compete for the CCS Teacher of Year title for 2018-2019, which will be announced on September 12, 2018, at the annual CCS Teacher of the Year Banquet. 

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Published by Karen Dawson on August 1, 2018

        


Alizdair  R., a student at Cumberland International recently attended the 4-H Electric Congress at the University of North Carolina -Wilmington as a county delegate from July 10-12, 2018. The qualifications for 4-H Electric Congress was the submission of an electric project book, that was reviewed by a panel of judges. Alizdair has been in 4-H since he was 6 years old and it started in South Florida in 2010. He joined 4-H in North Carolina in 2012  and he is still very active in it. Youth learn in three days about the fundamentals of electricity, renewable energy technologies, and energy conservation. These activities are sponsored and conducted by Duke Energy and Dominion Energy, and the NC Association of Electric Cooperatives.  

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Published by Karen Dawson on July 17, 2018

        


 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Two students from CIECHS were selected to participate in Career and Technical Education summer internships with the city of Fayetteville- Mya W. and Ulysses C.
 
Mya is currently working in the Developmental Services Dept. for the City of Fayetteville at City Hall. This department deals with planning, zoning, code enforcement and inspections. Mya has had the opportunity to work with the planning and zoning departments, helping and sharing the responsibilities of development review, approvals of long-range and short-term planning and assisting the community with defining and implementing the City’s vision.
 
Ulysses is currently working with the IT Dept. for the City of Fayetteville. This is his second year working with the city of Fayetteville’s technology department.
 
Congratulations to Ulysses & Mya on a job well done on your Summer Internship
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Published by Karen Dawson on July 3, 2018

        


Cooperative Leadership Two Seniors -Brittany R. and William M. attended the 2018 CIHS Summer Leadership Meeting along with Principal Maria Ford, Counselor Jennifer Theel and College Liaison Constance Hollingsworth Pierce at the Embassy Suites, Greensboro, NC. The students were selected to participate in a student panel discussing the impact the early college program has had on their high school career over the last 4 years. Both were among 4 other students from across the state of NC on the panel. Both students talked about the way CIECHS and FSU have supported their success and prepared them for college-level work. Congratulations Brittany and William for a job well done. 
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Published by Karen Dawson on July 3, 2018

        


Congratulations to our CIECHS students who competed recently in the National Speech and Debate Tournament in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. Christopher M. was ranked at 35th in the Nation at the end of the competition! This was a real honor because he was five places from breaking into semi-finals.  Kenny D.  and Emma B. ranked in the top 75 in Duo.  Kai F. and Christopher K. were on the District World Schools Debate Teams – Team Red and Team Blue – both teams went 5-2 in the overall competition.  Kai F. and Chris K.  did not break out to final rounds but were ranked in the Top 100. There were 250 teams from all over the World. Deneen R. also traveled with the team to compete as well. The 4 N 6 Speech and Debate from CIECHS is led by Mrs. Shannon Jarman.   

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Published by Karen Dawson on June 26, 2018

        


CIECHS SGA students participated in a 1-day summer planning retreat to develop and plan activities for the 2018-2019 school. Led by SGA President Alex W., SGA Vice President Ulysses C. and Member At Large Melique A., these students enjoyed team building activities as well. 
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Published by Karen Dawson on June 12, 2018

        


4N6 Forensics TeamCIECHS’  4 N 6  (Forensics Team) competed recently in the National Catholic Speech and Debate Tournament in Washington, DC.  Six members of the team qualified to compete this year – Kai F., Kenny D., Emma B., Christopher M., Keanna F., and Brian C. They were accompanied by the Coach- Shannon Jarman. Congratulations to these CIECHS students for a job well done this year!  

 
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Published by Karen Dawson on May 30, 2018

        


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