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Published by Glenda Farmer on January 16, 2020

        


CTE Showcase February 20th 4:30-6:00 pm at Douglas Byrd High School Main Gym. Games, Prizes and Food Minimum donations required for some activities and purchases.

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Published by Glenda Farmer on January 13, 2020

        


DBHS Student Services Google Classroom image listing Code: ekthn44

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Published by Glenda Farmer on January 7, 2020

        


Eagle’s Nest News Flash!

Douglas Byrd High School Culinary Students take First Place in the Gingerbread House Contest.


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Published by Glenda Farmer on December 5, 2019

        


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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

        


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FBLA (Future Business Leaders of America)
Advisors: Sharon Bilbrey and LaTara Ray

FBLA is an incorporated, non-profit student organization that aims to assist students in their pursuit of career and business knowledge; improve the leadership skills of students.  The organization aims to provide educational and recreational activities for students, such as state and national conferences, where informative workshops and competitive events testing take place.

Membership Requirements:  Student must submit a membership application, regularly attend meetings, maintain an overall GPA 2.5 and be a student in good standing at all times whether in class or on/off campus-wide.  Students are expected to participate in local, state and national competitions.  Student must be enrolled in a business class during the current school year or have previously completed two business classes to join. Annual dues are $20.

Meeting Days:  Every Second Thursday @ 3:45 – 4:15 p.m. Rm 222, unless otherwise indicated.

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Published by Glenda Farmer on October 7, 2019

        


image of six graduates standing in caps and gownsThe Future Educators Program is a recruitment initiative aimed at cultivating Cumberland County Schools’ internal student talent. Future Educator candidates are current high school seniors who plan to pursue careers in education and who commit to teaching with Cumberland County Schools for a minimum of three years upon completion of their teacher preparation programs. For more information, visit http://hr.ccs.k12.nc.us/ future-educators-program/   Future Educators Program Flyer

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Published by Glenda Farmer on October 1, 2019

        


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Douglas Byrd High School Named 2019 U.S. Department of Education Green Ribbon School

Congratulations to Douglas Byrd High School on recently being announced as a 2019 U.S. Department of Education Green Ribbon Schools award honoree. The local high school is one of three in North Carolina to receive this national award.

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Published by Glenda Farmer on September 22, 2019

        


Picture of the Teacher of the Year Celebration with the First runner, up Katelyn Lovette from Gallberry Farm Elementary School, Dr. Marvin Connelly, Jr., Superintendent of the Cumberland County Schools, the Teacher of the Year winner, Maureen Stover, and Second runner-up Tracy Hill from Douglas Byrd High School.Congratulations, Douglas Byrd High School Teacher of the Year, Ms. Tracy Hill.  Ms. Hill is a CTE Teacher & Finance Academy Director at Douglas Byrd.  She was selected to represent the Douglas Byrd Attendance Area as Teacher of the Year.  Ms. Tracy Hill was Second runner-up and received an award, flowers from the CCS, $100 from CISCC, and $100 from the CCBOE. Eagle Pride!

 

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Published by Glenda Farmer on September 10, 2019

        


Career and Technical Education (CTE) Student Award Winners
The following Douglas Byrd High School students were acknowledged for receiving awards in FBLA, FCCLA, HOSA or SkillsUSA state competitions at the May 14, 2019 CCS Board Meeting:
Phoenix May (1st place in Accounting II); Nakedric Kershaw, Ndazjah Quarles-Howard, John Glover, Antonia Houston, Naji Masudi, Kiara McIntosh and Damion Evans (1st place in Parliamentary Procedure and Occupational Category); ZaMaiya Freeman, T’Nyjah McFadyen, ShaDya McFadyen, Teanna Leak, Aanayah Mattison, Saiveon Jackson, ZaMaiya Freeman, Victor Gordon and Derrick Sasso (1st place in Parliamentary Procedure – Senior Category); Jameelah Brummitt (1st place in the Advocacy Category).

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Published by Glenda Farmer on May 15, 2019