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Image of red cap, gown and tasselthat says class of 2020The second cap and gown delivery date/pick up for Seventy-First High School is on Wednesday June 10th  from 5-6pm at Douglas Byrd High School.  The Jostens’ representatives will be on hand from 1-6 pm on June 10th but please try to come to Douglas Byrd High School during the assigned time between 5-6 pm at Douglas Byrd High School. All final balances must be paid in full, in cash only, in order to receive your cap and gown.

If you have not ordered your cap and gown, you can order in person at the county wide delivery event on June 10th.  Josten’s will have extra caps and gowns in various sizes and will do their best to have your cap and gown order filled that day to ensure you have it before graduation.  We cannot guarantee that Josten’s will have your exact size.  The payment must be CASH ONLY.

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Published by Betty Houghtaling on June 3, 2020

        


Image of an open book and folders with caption Juniors the ACTCCS families of rising juniors (Class of 2022) are invited to participate in the ACT Prep Initiative 2021. Get a head start on being prepared for the ACT college and career assessment. Learn about the ACT test and why these scores matter
for students’ futures. Get access to free resources families can use now for college admissions,scholarship, military, and
employment opportunities after high school.

 

Attend one of these virtual sessions:

  • June 11-6pm, June 24-10am
  • July 11-10am or July 30-6pm

Register: aplushigherscores.com/cumberlandact

CCS Flyer

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Published by Betty Houghtaling on June 2, 2020

        


An Image of an apple that says  Academy of Scholars , Motivation of Learning

With school closings and all activities cancelled our Counseling Department would like to recognize all the senior members of the Academy of Scholars for the job well done during their time at SFHS. Click on the Academy of Scholars  link to see the faces and smile of our wonderful seniors’collage created by one of our counselors.

 

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Published by Betty Houghtaling on May 11, 2020

        


Image of a red board that says online student registrationThe Counseling Department is currently conducting online registration for the 2020-2021 school year thru Friday, March 13 in the Computer Lab.   An announcement will be made for students to be released by homeroom during 1st, 2nd and 4th period.  Students who missed their scheduled date can still come during the make up registration.

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Published by Betty Houghtaling on March 10, 2020

        


Image of different kinds of cut up vegetables assembled on the table while two hands holding a clear bowl with greens and onions in it.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 Betty Houghtaling on January 24, 2020

        


Image of 2 yellow bells with red ribbons that says SFHS Falcon Jingle and Mingle on Dec, 20 with light lunch and music by jazz ensembleSeventy-First faculty and staff had fun during the “Jingle and Mingle” festivity, the last week of school before Christmas break.  It was indeed very adventurous and fun. The students enjoyed what the faculty and staff were able to do and have fun with. All came together and showed  the  spirit of the holiday. The week ended with a luncheon at the Media Center hosted by the hospitality committee and the wonderful parent volunteer, Mrs. Jones who helped set up, served and  cleaned up after the event. The SFHS Jazz ensemble provided the entertainment while everyone were having lunch. It was a celebration to be cherished and remembered.
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Published by Betty Houghtaling on January 3, 2020

        


Advertising Every Minute Counts from start to finish with photos of some of CCS high school graduates in their cap and gown .

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Published by Angel Hoggard on January 2, 2020

        


Summer Schedule

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Published by Betty Houghtaling on June 9, 2019

        


Join the Seventy-First High School in recognizing the graduating class of 2019 at the Senior Awards Ceremony on Monday, May 20, 2019 @ 6:00 pm at Lewis Chapel Missionary Baptist Church on Raeford Road. Senior Awards NightThe  seniors are honored and recognized for awards and scholarships they have earned while at Seventy-First High School.These includes:

  • Any and all scholarships received
  • Highest honor graduates
  • Academic awards
  • Senior department awards/cords
  • Any other special awards and/or scholarships.

All graduating class of 2019 are required to attend this event. Graduating students  must dress appropriately, complete with cap and gown. Faculty,  parents and relatives of the graduating students are invited to attend.

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Published by Betty Houghtaling on May 3, 2019

        


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. 

 

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Published by Betty Houghtaling on October 6, 2018