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CCS Super Summer Meal ProgramThis year, Cumberland County Schools Child Nutrition Services will sponsor our annual Summer Food Service Program (SFSP) beginning June 13 and running through July 29. The seven-week program will provide free lunch for children ages 18 or younger and disabled children over age 18 who participate in the school program that are also eligible. The Child Nutrition Program provides lunches at several local agencies and organizations. Some sites that participate in the program are: Fayetteville Cumberland Parks and Recreation Department, Salvation Army, Grove View Housing and many churches throughout the county. Last year’s SFSP operated an average of 70 sites which included several schools with Reading Camps for First, Second, and Third Graders. This summer, the SFSP will employee 64 employees and feed over 37,000 estimated meals.
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Published by Lynn Kientz on June 1, 2016

        


Give Five Read FiveHoward Hall Classical Elementary School is participating again this year in the “Give Five Read Five” reading campaign initiated by June Atkinson. We are asking parents, teachers, community and business leaders to donate new or gently used books to our school during the month of May. Our goal is to collect at least 5,000 books. We hope to give each of our students at least 5 books to read over the summer. If you can help a child build a home library, just send book donations in with your child.

 

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Published by Lynn Kientz on June 1, 2016

        


School RegistrationStudents may be registered for school any time during school hours. Please bring the following items to the school with you:

1.  Final report card from previous school
2.  Proof of address (must be a utility bill or mortgage statement dated within the last 30 days)
3.  Birth certificate
4.  Shot record

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Published by Lynn Kientz on June 1, 2016

        


The Cumberland County School Board recently approved a ten-cent increase in school meals for the 2016-2017 school year. The raise in meal prices is required in order to be in compliance with the Healthy, Hunger-Free Kids Act of 2010. This federal rule requires school districts to gradually increase their meal prices until they are more in line with federal reimbursements for free and reduced priced meals. If you have any questions, please contact the Child Nutrition Office at 910.678.2502.

CUMBERLAND COUNTY SCHOOLS’ MEAL PRICES

2016 – 2017 SCHOOL YEAR

                                                                                                                   Breakfast                     Lunch 

Grades K – 5 (Paid)                                                                                $  .90                          $2.05

 Grades 6 – 12 (Paid)                                                                             $  .90                          $2.15

 All Grades (Reduced)                                                                           $  .00                          $  .40

 Adults                                                                                                      a la carte                   a la carte

 Extra Milk (Adults/Students)                                                               $  .50                         $  .50

 Extra Coffee, Tea, Flavored Drinks, 50% Fruit Juice                   $1.00                          $1.00

(Middle Schools, High Schools, & Adults ONLY)

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Published by Lynn Kientz on June 1, 2016

        


Howard Hall PTA sponsored a pancake breakfast in celebration of Mother’s Day and Father’s Day on Wednesday, May 18th. 174 students and parents were served by HHES faculty members.

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Published by Lynn Kientz on May 18, 2016

        


Knights of PythiasThis year, Howard Hall Classical Elementary School has been selected to participate in the reading incentive program Read to Ride sponsored by the Knights of Pythias, Cumberland Lodge No. 5. The Pythians are donating two bikes to be awarded to the top boy and girl readers in our school. To be eligible for the drawing, students in grades Kindergarten through 2nd grade must exceed their Accelerated Reader goal by 1.5 times during the 3rd and 4th 9-weeks grading periods. As soon as students meet this goal, their names will be entered in the drawing. Names will be drawn at the 4th 9-weeks awards ceremony on May 31st. One boy and one girl will be awarded a bike. So get reading and win a bike!

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Published by Lynn Kientz on May 9, 2016

        


Ronald McDonald HousePop Tab Collection Program

Little things can make a big difference. Please join your Howard Hall School Family to help support the Ronald McDonald House of Durham in North Carolina by collecting the little tabs you pull to open soda, soup or other aluminum cans. The funds generated from recycling these aluminum gems help offset the House’s expenses. Collecting tabs can be an easy and fun project.
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Published by Lynn Kientz on May 2, 2016

        


The Cumberland County Bar Association graciously provided an attorney to speak to fifth grade students to help commemorate Law Day, which was observed on April 28, 2016. Ms. Frances McDuffie spoke about the Miranda Warning which most people call the Miranda rights. This year marks the 50th anniversary of the U.S. Supreme Court case, Miranda v. Arizona, which became the catalyst for implementation of the best-known procedure in law enforcement, the Miranda Warning. This year’s Law Day theme explored the procedural protections afforded to all of us by the U.S. constitution, how these rights are safeguarded by the courts, and why the preservation of these principles is essential to our liberty.

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Published by Lynn Kientz on May 2, 2016

        


Super Fitness Field Day 2016

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Published by Lynn Kientz on April 29, 2016

        


TeacherTeacher Appreciation Week is May 2 – 6, 2016. Can’t figure out what to get that special teacher? Check out these Getting to Know You and Getting to Know You 2 forms for help!

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Published by Lynn Kientz on April 26, 2016

        


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