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The Douglas Byrd High School Cultural Arts Department invites you to two events this week.

  1. Wednesday, December 4th at 6:00 pm – We will be present The Eagle Players combined with The Eagle Fusion Jazz Band for an evening of Smooth Jazz and Spoken word.
  2. Thursday, December 5th at 6:00 pm – The Eagle Regiment presents “Santa’s Jukebox” featuring the “Intermediate band,” “Fusion Jazz Band,” “Eagle Regiment,” “Boom Stick Mafia Drumline.”
All performances are at no cost. Attached below are flyers for both performances. Please come out and support our kids.
The Douglas Byrd Cultural Arts Department presents DEF Poetry Jam on December 4th at 6:00 p.m. Poetry, spoken word, and smooth jazz intertwine, written by DBHS Students and The Regiment. A flyer announcingThe Eagle Regiment Presents, Santa's Jukebox. A long time ago Santa donated his magical jukebox to DBHS. Lets watch as he pays it a visit on Thursday, December 5th at 6:00 p.m. at Douglas Byrd High School. DBHS intermediate band, Eagle Fusion Jazz Band, The Eagle Regiment and Boom Stick Mafia Drumline. Free to the Public!
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Published by Glenda Farmer on December 2, 2019

        


Images of King and Queen Crowns

Douglas Byrd High School Mr. and Miss Douglas Byrd Pageant was held on Monday, November 25, 2019.  Mrs. Davis and the Student Government Association would like to congratulate the following winners for the Mr. and Miss Douglas Byrd Pageant:

 

  • 3rd Runner Up Xaviana Tyson
  • 2nd Runner Up Arianne Brown
  • 2nd Runner Up Shabbath Johnson
  • 1st Runner Up Ashanti Smith
  • 1st Runner Up Joseph Rogers

2019-2020 Miss Douglas Byrd High School: Stephanie Ramirez
2019-2020 Mr. Douglas Byrd High School: Zyon McEachin 

Thank you to Mr. Baker, Mrs. Moore, Mr. May and Ms. Thomas for helping with the pageant.

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Published by Glenda Farmer on November 26, 2019

        


Image of an eagle displaying report card sign.Report Cards go home today, November 26, 2019.

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Published by Glenda Farmer on November 26, 2019

        


Happy Thanksgiving: November 27 – December 2, 2019
In observance of Thanksgiving this year, schools and district offices will be closed to the public on Wednesday, November 27, which will be an optional teacher workday. On Thursday, November 28th and Friday, November 29th, all Cumberland County Schools and offices will be closed to observe Thanksgiving. The district will resume normal operations on Monday, December 2, 2019.
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Published by Glenda Farmer on November 25, 2019

        


April Whitmore Locklear, Miss Teen Lumbee, and Miss Lumbee presenting to the history classes at Douglas Byrd High School for American Indian Heritage Month. The presentation included information on tribes across the state and discussion of social issues among American Indians across the nation. April is a Douglas Byrd High graduate class of 92’.

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Published by Glenda Farmer on November 18, 2019

        


ELA I and II teachers engaged in the professional development discussion with Ms. Lazare from Central Office.  Mrs.  Monroe and Mrs. Wigal were present also. The team’s SMA data has shown a lot of growth and proficiency.  Way to go!Image of the staff development discussion at Douglas Byrd High School.

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Published by Glenda Farmer on November 1, 2019

        


Image of the plaque received by DBHS from Sustainable Sandhills - Green Schools Award Winner - "Walk the Walk Green High School of the Year 2018-2019.

Green Technology High School of the Year

Douglas Byrd High School Academy of Green Technology teachers are recognized as the “Walk the Walk Green School of the Year”. Congratulations Denise Renfro, DBHS Academy of Green Technology Coordinator!

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Published by Glenda Farmer on November 1, 2019

        


Images of school mascot - Eagles
2019-2020 Homecoming Court: 

Senior – King Brandon Mesa Turner & Queen Israel Izzy Harden
Junior – Prince Marviere Smith & Princess Sheyrenee Morrow
Sophomore – Duch Lacy Falcon & Duchess Jayda McNeill
Freshmen – Count Azion Harris & Countess is Isabella McGuigan
Homecoming Highlights:
School Spirit in the Cultural Arts Building, Pep Rally, Mr. Dominic Hunter and The Douglas Byrd Eagle Regiment Marching Band… Game Night!
Click here to view pictures.


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Published by Glenda Farmer on October 25, 2019

        


SImage of a graduation cap and diploma.eniors, don’t forget about FAFSA Day this Saturday, October 26, 2019. You will be able to get FREE assistance in completing your FAFSA to receive financial aid next school year. The attached flyer is for FTCC, but you can also go to Fayetteville State University or Methodist for the event. Make sure to take 2018 tax information FAFSA Flyer

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Published by Glenda Farmer on October 24, 2019

        


PImage of a calendar - Put this on your calendar.lease note that Monday, October 21, 2019 was originally scheduled as a student holiday for Cumberland County Schools.  FTCC does not observe CCS makeup days. Students enrolled in 5H, High School Connections sections will not have class Monday. Students enrolled in concurrent classes should plan to attend.  Buses will run for Fire Science.  If you are unsure about what section you’re in check with your professor or Ms. Matthews.

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Published by Glenda Farmer on October 17, 2019