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 Image of North Carolina School for Science and Math Summer VenturesSummer Ventures for Science and Math is a state-supported summer program of the University of North Carolina system for talented rising juniors and seniors. The students live and study at one of three university campuses cost-free for four weeks. Program details and link to the online application are found:
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Published by Tamika Sansbury on November 4, 2016

        


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Disaster Assistance
To register, call:
1-800-621-3362 (FEMA)
If you use a TTY: 1-800-462-7585
711 or Video Relay Service (VRS): 1-800-621-3362

FEMA Disaster Relief -English Version

FEMA Disaster Relief- Spanish Version

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Published by Tamika Sansbury on November 4, 2016

        


The Homecoming events are officially rescheduled for Monday, November 7th in the Lily Gym. The Basketball Tournament will be from 5pm to 7:30 pm, the dance will be from 8pm to 10:30pm. Homecoming Court announcements will begin at 9:00pm. Tickets will be available for purchase Friday and Monday until 2pm. Ms. Weaver will be set up in the courtyard in the morning, after that you can come see her in room 126 for tickets. TICKETS WILL NOT BE SOLD AT THE EVENT – we are doing pre-sale tickets only. If you do not have a ticket, you will not be allowed in.

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Published by Tamika Sansbury on November 4, 2016

        


Acronym FYI - For Your Information. Yellow paint line on the road against asphalt background. Due to the Presidential Event scheduled on Friday, November 4, 2016, buses for CIEHS students have been moved to alternate locations for morning arrival and afternoon dismissal.

Morning bus arrival will be located in the Grace Black Circle located in front of Cross Creek Early College, SBE Building. Parents dropping off their students should do so in the parking lot adjacent to this area. Parents should not drop off where buses are unloading.

Afternoon bus dismissal will be along Edgecomb Avenue, via Administration Drive. This will be a walk from our school and is located on the back street past the Continuing Ed Building. Parent pick up will still be in the parking lot area adjacent to Cross Creek Early College.

Please understand that FSU officials have determined the locations to provide safety for our students. Also note that access to our school through Langdon Street, Stadium Drive, and MLK Drive will not be accessible or limited due to the security and parking for the Presidential Event.

Thank you for your patience and cooperation in adhering to this plan.

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Published by Laurie Pender on November 4, 2016

        


Image of Cumberland International Early College High School Receiving Award for 100 percent Graduation Rate

Cumberland International Early College High School (CIEHS) was recognized by State Superintendent June Atkinson for achieving a 100% Graduation Rate. Cumberland International Early College High School was 1 of 4 schools in Cumberland County to earn this recognition. Way to go CIECHS!

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Published by Laurie Pender on November 2, 2016

        


Kelcie F.Kelcie’s tennis season ended today at the State 4-A Championship. Kelcie loss to one of the top players in the State. Kelcie had a banner of a year as a Freshman!

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Published by Tamika Sansbury on October 31, 2016

        


Image of the Child Nutrition LogoDISASTER RELIEF – STUDENT MEALS AT NO CHARGE

In the aftermath of Hurricane Matthew, many Cumberland County residents continue to deal with personal loss and challenging conditions.  To assist in the recovery process, the USDA is providing assistance to 32 North Carolina counties, including the Cumberland County Schools’ Child Nutrition Services, impacted by a Major Disaster Declaration.  

The benefits include offering meals to all students of the Cumberland County Schools at no charge through November 11, 2016. During this time, each student regardless of his/her approved meal status will be allowed one breakfast and one lunch per day at no charge.  All meals will continue to meet USDA guidelines. Additional items, including milk, may be purchased at the a la carte prices.  

Starting November 14, 2016, student meals will return to regular pricing.  Parents/guardians who have not done so already, may submit an application for free or reduce priced meal benefits at any time throughout the school year.  Only one application is needed per household.

Easy access to nutritious school meals will help keep students well-nourished and ready to learn as our community continues to deal with the aftermath and recovery from Hurricane Matthew. 

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Published by Tamika Sansbury on October 27, 2016

        


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Published by Laurie Pender on October 26, 2016

        


Image of CIECHS 4n6 Winners at Cumberland Polytechnic HSAntonia S – Top Novice in HI – 8th overall
Rachel M – Top Novice and 5th place Chamber 1 – Congressional Debate
Christopher K- 3rd place Chamber 2 – Congressional Debate
Keny D & Emma B  – 1st Place Duo
Emma B – 3rd Place – Humorous Interp. 
Christopher M- 1st Place in Informative Speaking & 9th Place in Original Oratory
Carter B & Grace M – 5th Place in Novice Public Forum
Not Pictured – Allie M -3rd place – Informative Speaking. 
Not Pictured- Ayleah J 4th in Informative Speaking
 
 
 
Image of the CIECHS 4n6 Team at Cumberland Polytechnic HSThe Team was 5th overall out 26 schools.  
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Published by Tamika Sansbury on October 24, 2016

        


Red Ribbon Week – October 24-28, 2016
Monday – “Sock it to Drugs Day” Wear your favorite pair of crazy socks!
Tuesday – “Boot out Drugs Day”- Wear your favorite boots to stomp out drugs!
Wednesday “Wear Red Day” – Wear “Red” to support Red Ribbon Week for Drug Awareness
Pledge to be drug-free by signing the large banner in the courtyard!
Thursday – “Red Head Day” – Wear a red hat or headband to support saying no to drugs!
Friday – “Living Free is no Sweat”-Sweat Pant Day”-Wear your favorite sweat pants (as allowed per the dress code) to support that being drug-free is no sweat!

Daily prizes will be given to the students with the most spirit!

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Published by Tamika Sansbury on October 21, 2016

        


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