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E. E. Smith Community is invited to attend the Arts Department Production:  The Wiz  on April 26th – 28th.  The cost of admission is $5.00.  Come out and enjoy a magical performance of our up and coming thespians.

Presenting "The Wiz" a theatrical production

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Published by Barbara Jones on April 23, 2018

        


 All parents, students, and faculty are invited to attend the PTA Meeting on April 26, 2018 in the Media Center.  April is designated as the Month of the Military Child, underscoring the important role military children play in the armed forces community. The PTA will take time during the meeting to applaud military families and their children for the daily sacrifices they make and the challenges they overcome.

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Published by Barbara Jones on April 23, 2018

        


April is National School Library Month.  Visit your school library and find out what is new. 

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Published by Barbara Jones on April 11, 2018

        


Are you interested in teaching? Recently, the Board of Education approved the Superintendent’s recommendation to form a CCS Future Educators Program.  The CCS Future Educators Program is a recruitment initiative aimed at developing CCS’ internal student talent. Program participants are CCS high school graduates who intend to pursue careers in education and who plans to commit to teaching with CCS upon completion of an accredited NC educator preparation program. .Below you will find links to a fact sheet about the program, a flyer announcing the program, and the application materials.  Please download these materials if you are interested in this Program. 

CCS Future Educators Program – Fact Sheet-1

.Future Educators-Flyer FINAL

CCS Future Educators Application Instructions

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Published by Barbara Jones on March 16, 2018

        


E E Smith would like to recognize our military families and their students

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Published by Barbara Jones on April 11, 2018

        


Rising 9th-12th-grade students who demonstrate an interest in STEM and has at least an “A/B” average in Math/Science.  The dates are June 18-July 13, 2018.

UNITE is a four week, pre-collegiate summer experience for talented high school students from groups historically underserved in STEM.  Held at higher education institutions across the country, UNITE encourages students to pursue college majors and careers in engineering and other STEM-related fields through a program of focused hands-on rigorous academics, enrichment, and career exploration.  To be considered, students must apply on the national website,  https://www.usaeop.com/program/unite/    

Resize and reprint this flyer for the Unite Program Summer 2018       

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Published by Barbara Jones on April 18, 2018

        


Do you want to be a teacher? All interested students are invited to apply for the Future Educator’s Program.  Click on the image below for more information.

Click here to find out more about the "Future Educators Program"

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Published by Barbara Jones on April 20, 2018

        


April is National Autism Month.  Want to learn more!  Go to this link, http://www.autism-society.org/get-involved/national-autism-awareness-month/

April is National Autism Awareness Month

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Published by Barbara Jones on April 11, 2018

        


 

 

 

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

        


When eating out, it can be easy to make poor choices due to convenience. Take time while at restaurants to decode the menu. Look for items that are baked, broiled, grilled, poached, steamed, boiled, or roasted. Take advantage of the 10 Tips: Eating Foods Away from Home or ideas from MyPlate, MyWins Tips: Make Your Takeout Healthier. For more healthful tips, check out wellness.ccs.k12.nc.us.

Decoding the Menu

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Published by Barbara Jones on February 15, 2018

        


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