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Published by Glenda Farmer on September 1, 2020

        


Image of Cumberland County Schools Student Services logoDuring a typical school day, CCS students have access to a variety of Student Services professionals (counselors, social workers, psychologists, nurses) and military-connected resources such as the Military Family and Youth Liaison, Military Student Transition Counselors, and Military Family Life Counselors. This staff assists students with social-emotional concerns. CCS anticipates that some students may experience difficulty as a result of anxiety or stress related to the illness or school closure.

Cumberland County Schools now has a Student Services Hotline. This phone number should only be used by CCS students. For an emergency, call 9-1-1. If a student has concerns about anxiety, depression, abuse, suicidal thoughts, or has no food, etc. a student should dial 910-475-1950.  A CCS counselor or social worker will be available Monday through Friday.

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Published by Glenda Farmer on September 1, 2020

        


Library Provides e-Card for All

The Cumberland County Public Library is offering temporary e-Cards to Cumberland County residents without library cards. These cards will provide access to eBooks, eAudiobooks, digital magazines, online databases, continuing education courses, music and more.

Visit The Cumberland County Public Library webpage for more information:  Cumberland County Public Library Bulletins


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Published by Glenda Farmer on August 31, 2020

        


Image of Denise Renfro and a helicopter.Congratulations to Denise Weinhoeft-Renfro
2020 Wells Fargo Outstanding Educator Secondary Teacher Award Winner – Denise Weinhoeft-Renfro, Director of the Academy of Green Sciences at Douglas Byrd High School, will implement the “The Future of Energy” project. Grant funds will be used to purchase Snap Circuits and a Kelvin Grid activity. High school students will use these to learn about renewable and non-renewable energy. Students will then use the snap circuits as a hands-on activity with elementary students at their local Earth Day Fair.
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Published by Glenda Farmer on August 15, 2020

        


Please join me in congratulating Mr. Smith on receiving an Award of Recognition for being an outstanding PBIS coach from the DODEA grant. Great job sir!

 

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Published by Glenda Farmer on January 7, 2020

        


CCS Police for use of wireless devices.

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Published by Glenda Farmer on January 7, 2020