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First day for Students August 29, 2016 Progress Report Go Home February 13, 2017
Progress Reports Go Home September 13, 2016 End of 1st Grading Period March 1, 2017
End of 1st Grading Period September 28, 2016 Report Cards Go Home March 8, 2017
Report Cards Go Home October 5, 2016 Progress Report Go Home March 16, 2017
Progress Reports Go Home October 13, 2016 End of 2nd Grading Period March 31, 2017 
End of 2nd Grading Period October 31, 2016 Report Cards Go Home April 7, 2017
Report Cards Go Home November 10, 2016 Progress Report Go Home April 25, 2017
Progress Reports Go Home November 18, 2016 End of 3rd Grading Period May 10, 2017
End of 3rd Grading Period December 9, 2016 Report Cards Go Home May 17, 2017
Report Cards Go Home December 16, 2016 Progress Report Go Home May 24, 2017
Progress Reports Go Home January 10, 2017 End of 4th Grading P./last day of school June 9, 2017
End of 4th Grading Period January 27, 2017   Final Report Cards Mailed Home June 16, 2017
Report Cards Go Home February 3, 2017



SIT Meeting -Every first Monday of the month.

One Parent-Teacher conference is scheduled for each semester. However, the principal and the teachers may request conferences at any time with parents to discuss the progress and problems of the student. Parents may arrange conferences with the individual teachers during their planning period or schedule conferences through administration.

Parent -Teacher Conference Dates:

  • Spring- Tuesday, April 11, 2017, from  5:00-7:00 pm

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Below are some general tips on having a successful conference:

  1. Ask your child if there is anything that he/she would like you to discuss with the teacher.
  2. Review your child’s work, grades, and progress reports.
  3. Make a note of everything that you want to talk about with the teacher.
  4. Arrive promptly or a few minutes early.
  5. Start with positive comments about the teacher and/or classroom.
  6. Avoid lengthy discussions of topics that are not related to the purpose of the conference.
  7. Keep your emotions under control.
  8. Be open-minded to suggestions from the teacher.
  9. Take notes about what has been discussed to share with your child.
  10. Express your appreciation for the conference.
  11. Do not stay beyond your allotted time.


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Awesome Library
Cape Fear Valley Health Systems
Cumberland County Library & Information Center
Fayetteville Human Resource Development
Fayetteville Observer Online 
Fayetteville Police Department
Seventy-First High School Alumni
Seventy-First High School  PTSA
Womack Army Medical Center


Seventy-First students,  faculty, and staff are committed to helping the community strengthen its ties with the neighborhoods, reflect on the economic prosperity, and address a full range of critical social issues. Seventy-First strives to be a good neighbor and a partner in the improvement of the community.

SFHS actively participates in exciting programs and partnerships with the local businesses and neighboring elementary and middle schools. The school continues to strengthen these existing ties as well as make a commitment to build long-term, ongoing collaborations that will help create sustainable change now and beyond.

As an institution, we remain committed to providing an educational and safety environment for our students as well as the community. We invite EVERYONE to volunteer their time, support our programs, attend parent- teacher conferences throughout the year, see our art exhibit/auction, attend musical or theater performances, and cheer for our Falcons on every athletic event.


~Together in Education~

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Link your VIC card today for a chance to win $200.00 in Harris Teeter gift card, as well as $200.00 in gift cards for Seventy-First High School if you have chosen Seventy-First as your school link.

It’s Time to Relink to Your VIC Card. “Together In Education” will donate a percentage to Seventy-First High School based on your purchases.  Thank you for your support.  You can relink:

  • At the Harris Teeter website
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Published by Betty Houghtaling on February 21, 2017
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