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Faculty Support of Breast Cancer Awareness MonfhOctober is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month. According the the NC State Center for Health Statistics, Cumberland County will have approximately 281 new cases of breast cancer, and 38 deaths associated with breast cancer this year. Learn more by going to the Breast Cancer site at Cancer.com.

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Published by Barbara Jones on October 24, 2016

        


National Youth HIV & AIDs Awareness DayNATIONAL YOUTH

HIV & AIDS AWARENESS DAY 

will be celebrated 4/10/2017.  

 

Did you know that there were 83 new HIV cases in Cumberland County last year.  Below you will find some additional facts about HIV/AIDs.

 

 

Facts about HIV/AIDS in our nation

About 1.2 million people in the United States are living with HIV. Of those people, 1 in 8 don’t know they are infected.

  • In 2014, an estimated 44,073 people were newly diagnosed with HIV. An estimated 20,896 people were diagnosed with AIDS in 2014. Overall, since the beginning of the AIDS epidemic in the early 1980s, an estimated 1,210,835 people have been diagnosed with AIDS.
  • In 2014, 22% of all new HIV diagnoses were among youth aged 13-24.
  • HIV can affect anyone regardless of sexual orientation, race, ethnicity, gender or age. However, certain groups based on their sexual orientation, gender, race/ethnicity, and age are at higher risk for HIV and merit special consideration because of particular risk factors. Find out more about HIV prevention challenges by group.
  • Information from the Center for Disease Control Website, https://www.aids.gov/hiv-aids-basics/
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Published by Barbara Jones on April 7, 2017

        


South View Baptist on Elk Road will be providing lunch and dinner today (10/14) and tomorrow (10/15)

12:15 and 5:30 until they run out.
 
They will also have clothing available from 5:30-7:30
 

Redeemed Christian Church 918 Person St. – Today (10/14)

 
Will be providing hot meals, clothing, water, and non perishable items at 3:00 until gone
 

Jesus World Outreach on Murchinson Road – Today (10/14)

 
Free Meals offered today.
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Published by Barbara Jones on October 14, 2016

        


We look forward to the 2016-2017 School Year.  As a new student and family to E. E. Smith High School, there are sure to be many questions.  Please make plans to attend our New Student Orientation on Wednesday, August 24, 2016.  The included link indicates the times for your Orientation based upon your Last Name.  The Faculty and Staff of E. E. Smith look forward to serving your family during this school year.

New Student Information

 

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Published by Jessica Black on July 13, 2016

        


Congratulations to our Ninth Grade Honor Roll Recipients!  Job Well Done!

9th Grade A Honor Roll
       
First Name Last Name GR Q2 Reporting Pd
Alro John Baldazotes 9 A HONOR ROLL
Isaac Clay 9 A HONOR ROLL
Anri Dixon 9 A HONOR ROLL
Nelyna Domnick 9 A HONOR ROLL
Jordan Everett 9 A HONOR ROLL
Caitlyn Forbes 9 A HONOR ROLL
Lexis Haggins 9 A HONOR ROLL
Jason Nobles 9 A HONOR ROLL
Joseph Nobles 9 A HONOR ROLL
Dominique Papin 9 A HONOR ROLL
Brij Patel 9 A HONOR ROLL
Yasmin Pearsall-Garcia 9 A HONOR ROLL
Martez Perryman 9 A HONOR ROLL
Caleb Ryder 9 A HONOR ROLL
Nia Shaw 9 A HONOR ROLL
Katrina Siddall 9 A HONOR ROLL
Ronnie Smith 9 A HONOR ROLL
Destiny Weatherspoon 9 A HONOR ROLL

9th Grade A/B Honor Roll
       
First Name Last Name GR Q2 Reporting Pd
Sapphire Batts 9 A/B HONOR ROLL
TaNaja Blackston 9 A/B HONOR ROLL
Sequoyah Booker 9 A/B HONOR ROLL
Maliyah Britt 9 A/B HONOR ROLL
Biancia Cameron 9 A/B HONOR ROLL
James Carroll 9 A/B HONOR ROLL
NyAsia Cooper 9 A/B HONOR ROLL
Joshua Crooks 9 A/B HONOR ROLL
Dorien Daugherty 9 A/B HONOR ROLL
Hideo Davis 9 A/B HONOR ROLL
Winter Davis 9 A/B HONOR ROLL
Jocelyn Dunham 9 A/B HONOR ROLL
Briana Fewell-Johnson 9 A/B HONOR ROLL
Skye Gainey 9 A/B HONOR ROLL
Myshaila Garrett 9 A/B HONOR ROLL
RaKeis Geddie 9 A/B HONOR ROLL
Jaiden Hayes 9 A/B HONOR ROLL
Kyla Henry 9 A/B HONOR ROLL
Paulina Holguin 9 A/B HONOR ROLL
Dylan Hough 9 A/B HONOR ROLL
D’Azaneh Jones 9 A/B HONOR ROLL
Justin Lovell 9 A/B HONOR ROLL
Angel Lyons 9 A/B HONOR ROLL
Judah Matthews 9 A/B HONOR ROLL
Ian McClendon 9 A/B HONOR ROLL
Tinyah McKoy 9 A/B HONOR ROLL
Kamyia McLaurin 9 A/B HONOR ROLL
Maurice McMillan 9 A/B HONOR ROLL
Anthony Morris 9 A/B HONOR ROLL
Erin Nesmith 9 A/B HONOR ROLL
Jaden Nobles 9 A/B HONOR ROLL
Andrea Otero-Ramos 9 A/B HONOR ROLL
Piper Ott 9 A/B HONOR ROLL
Andy Palacios 9 A/B HONOR ROLL
Sharissa Parker 9 A/B HONOR ROLL
Quatavion Peterson 9 A/B HONOR ROLL
David Platt 9 A/B HONOR ROLL
Shaniyah Rice 9 A/B HONOR ROLL
Kianna Russell 9 A/B HONOR ROLL
Julien Stewart 9 A/B HONOR ROLL
Treyvon Taylor 9 A/B HONOR ROLL
Shaun Thomas 9 A/B HONOR ROLL
Chukwuma Umerah 9 A/B HONOR ROLL
Aniyaha Ward 9 A/B HONOR ROLL
Tiawana Watt 9 A/B HONOR ROLL
Keyaja Winston 9 A/B HONOR ROLL

9th Grade B Honor Roll
       
First Name Last Name GR Q2 Reporting Pd
Nakira Carpenter 9 B HONOR ROLL
McKenneth Kirkman 9 B HONOR ROLL
Amiyah McFadden 9 B HONOR ROLL
Latavia Taylor 9 B HONOR ROLL
William Weber 9 B HONOR ROLL
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Published by Barbara Jones on November 7, 2017

        


Poster to Thank Military Families in Our CommunityNovember in America traditionally is a month of thankfulness, and the Defense Department chose this month to recognize those who support the nation’s armed forces but who don’t wear the uniform: military families.

Did you know that there are a number of programs designed for military families such as . . .

The Resiliency Through Art Program

Military family members have been invited to attend 4 sessions of the Resiliency Through Art Program for free and there after each session is $5 (exception – WTB is always free). Currently we have 2 sessions set up for anyone to attend: Wednesdays 1:30-2:30 p.m. and 4:30-6 p.m  Interested members of military families should call 910)394-4192.

 

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Published by Barbara Jones on November 9, 2016

        


All parents and students are invited to our Open House,  August 24, 2017. 

New Student Orientation will begin at 9:00 am, 11:00 am, 1:00 pm, and 3:00 pm in the Auditorium.

General Open House Hours are from 4:00 – 5:00 PM

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Published by Barbara Jones on August 24, 2017

        


A  complete list of address and phone numbers of some of the agencies willing to help families and individuals that need help can be found in the Community Resource Directory published by Cumberland County. A print copy of this free directory can be obtained at any public library.

Some of the Agencies listed in the directory that will lend disaster assistance include

FEMA, 1-800-621-FEMA

American Red Cross, Phone 910-867-8151

Department of Social Services, Phone 910-323-1540

Mana Church, Phone 910-867-9151

Covenant Love Church, Phone 757-274-8650

Fayetteville Urban Ministry, Phone 910-483-5944

Mormon Helping Hands, Phone 1-800-451-1954

Second Harvest Food Bank, 910-485-6973

 

 

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Published by Barbara Jones on October 15, 2016

        


NewsGolden Bull Family,

Below you will find a link to a parent survey. Please fill this out in its entirety, let your voice be heard. We look forward to reading your responses.

 PARENT SURVEY

If you have any additional questions or concerns please contact the school.

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Published by Cadetrus Smith on June 3, 2016

        


Attention Parents, 
 

Please complete the survey below for the District Accreditation Process and School Improvement Team

 
The survey consists of 3 questions and will help us improve our services to students and parents.
 

 

Let the Principal, Ms. Chalmers know if you have any questions and share this link with other parents so that we can have as much feedback as possible for school improvement.   Her email is melodychalmers@ccs.k12.nc.us.  Please use the subject line:  Parent Survey.  Thank-you.
 
 
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Published by Barbara Jones on October 24, 2017

        


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