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Congratulations E. E. Smith ROTC!  Great Job representing our school and community at the Fayetteville  2017 Christmas Parade!

E E Smith ROTC Air Force Strong          Fayetteville Christmas Parade 2017

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Published by Barbara Jones on December 14, 2017

        


Happy Holidays!  Preparing for 2nd Semester?  Checkout the printable course selection guide below.

Printable Course Selection Guide

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Published by Barbara Jones on December 14, 2017

        


 

 

 

Founded in 1927, our school was given its name in 1932, at a special meeting held by the Fayetteville Graded School Trustees. In recognition of the splendid services rendered by Dr. Ezekiel Ezra Smith, an educator and statesman, the trustees unanimously voted to name the school for him. Thereafter, this school was officially designated E. E. Smith High School, trusting that its “standards would always be worthy of its namesake.”
In September of 1929, the school moved from Orange Street to the building on Campbell Avenue, which was known as Edward Evans Elementary School. With seven teachers, an enrollment of 42 boys and 162 girls, it stayed on Campbell Avenue until June of 1931. The school moved back to Orange Street in September of 1931 and stayed until January of 1940. On January 3, 1940, the school family moved into a new modern building on Washington Drive and remained until June 1954. On September 6, 1954, Smith moved to its present twenty-eight acre location on Seabrook Road.
 
Glen Adams The Chairman, of the Cumberland County Commission
W. T. Brown a FSU Trustee Emeritus and Former Principal
Mitch Colvin, the current Mayor  of the City  of Fayetteville, NC
Rene’ Corders, a Former Principal,  and 2003 NC Principal of the Year
Jeannette Council, a Cumberland County Commissioner
 Mark Davis, a NC Court of Appeals Judge
 John Griffin, a Former Superintendent, 1990 NC Principal of the Year
 Patricia Horoho, the 43rd US Army Surgeon General
 Mary McAllister, a Former NC General Assembly Member
 E. E. Miller, a Former Principal
 Jimmy Raye, a Professional Football Coach
 Nat Robertson, a Former Mayor, City of Fayetteville, NC
 Cressie Thigpen, a NC Court of Appeals Judge
 Tiffany Whitfield, a District Court Judge
 
“There is no PRIDE, like GOLDEN BULL PRIDE!”
 
Printable History of  E. E. Smith High School please click here!
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Published by Barbara Jones on December 8, 2017

        


Now that summertime is over, lets warm up as temperatures cool down by staying active. Remember during the fall season, raking the leaves counts! Learn more Tips for an Active Lifestyle and how to Be an Active Family. For more healthful tips, visit wellness.ccs.k12.nc.us.

Raking Leaves an example for us to follow

 

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Published by Barbara Jones on December 1, 2017

        


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