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Storm Brings Three-Hour Release, Two-Day Close for the CCS
Published by Betty Houghtaling on September 12, 2018
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The Cumberland County Schools (CCS) is working closely with Cumberland County Emergency Management to monitor the path of Hurricane Florence. Based on weather projections and the State of Emergency issued by the Cumberland County Commissioners, there will be a three-hour early release for students on Wednesday, September 12. CCS’ Prime Time before- and after-school care program will close two hours after schools dismiss.
The school system will be closed on Thursday, September 13 and Friday, September 14 for all students and staff.

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UPCOMING EVENTS
Published by Betty Houghtaling on September 11, 2018
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Athletic Events:

Wednesday 9/12
   ALL EVENTS CANCELLED DUE TO INCLEMENT WEATHER
Thursday 9/13
    ALL EVENTS CANCELLED DUE TO INCLEMENT WEATHER
Friday 9/14
    ALL EVENTS CANCELLED DUE TO INCLEMENT WEATHER
Looking Ahead:

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“Green School of the Year”
Published by Betty Houghtaling on September 8, 2018
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Dr. L.Kilgore and Mrs. C. Mask receiving the awardSeventy-First High School is the recipient of the “2018 Walk the Walk: Green School of the Year” award. The school’s green team is very dedicated and work hard to receive this award.  Congratulations!!! Green Team!.

The SFHS green team meets weekly to collaborate and put the works in action. They are responsible for  collecting all the recyclables in the building that the  teachers and staff  disposed in a bucket assigned in each classrooms specifically for  bottles and papers. These green team members can be seen  during football games and other school events collecting empty bottles to show and raise awareness to the community the importance of saving the planet.

Seventy-First High School completed their re-certification this year and the power audit returned $1,400.00 to the school this year. 

 

        
Driven to Excel
Published by Betty Houghtaling on August 24, 2018
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Driven to Excel 2019

        
School Superintendent’s Tour
Published by Betty Houghtaling on August 14, 2018
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CLC3 Tour

        
Stay In School
Published by Betty Houghtaling on July 26, 2018
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Every Minute Counts

        
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