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Recognition of National African American History Month officially acknowledged by the U. S. Government in 1076.

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Published by Glenda Farmer on February 20, 2018

        


National FFA Week (Future Farmers of America) February 17-24th

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Published by Glenda Farmer on February 20, 2018

        


February is American Heart Month

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Published by Glenda Farmer on February 20, 2018

        


When eating out, it can be easy to make poor choices due to convenience. Take time while at restaurants to decode the menu. Look for items that are baked, broiled, grilled, poached, steamed, boiled, or roasted. Take advantage of the 10 Tips: Eating Foods Away from Home or ideas from MyPlate, MyWins Tips: Make Your Takeout Healthier. For more healthful tips, check out wellness.ccs.k12.nc.us.

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Published by Glenda Farmer on February 15, 2018

        


Suicide Prevention Awareness Campaign to be held on February 11-17, 2018. This year themes are: "Reasons to Love Life" and "It's OK 2 Ask". Wear purple and teal on February 15th or the suicide prevention t-shirts.

Thanks to our Student Services Leadership Council, we are hosting an Awareness Night at Zoe’s on February 15th. There will also be original CCS student artwork on display and for sale.  Simply mention our suicide prevention campaign, and a portion of your bill will be donated to CCS Student Services.

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Published by Glenda Farmer on February 11, 2018

        


February is National Career and Technical Education Month!
National Career and Technical Education Month... Celebrate Today, Own Tomorrow!

 

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Published by Glenda Farmer on February 8, 2018

        


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 Glenda Farmer on January 30, 2018

        


Logo for the Kay Yow Cancer FundFayetteville, NC – High schools in the Cumberland County School system will ‘kick off 2018’ hosting Play4Kay Games in their fight against cancer. The schools will be partnering with the Kay Yow Cancer Fund to raise money and awareness about the dreaded disease that took the life of North Carolina State University Hall of Fame Coach Kay Yow.


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Published by Glenda Farmer on January 22, 2018

        


Two Hour early release on Wednesday, January 3, 2018. Prime Time will operate for two hours after dismissal and all after-school activities are cancelled.

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Published by Glenda Farmer on January 3, 2018

        


Wellness Tip: Eat less salt!

Most of us get more sodium than we need. Even if you go easy on the salt shaker, your sodium intake may still be high. Packaged and prepared foods such as ready-to-eat products or restaurants meals are common sources of sodium. Learn about common sources of sodium. Begin the new year by making small changes that lead to big wins. For more healthy tips, visit wellness.ccs.k12.nc.us.
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Published by Glenda Farmer on January 2, 2018