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Welcome Back, Bulldogs!!!
Published by Erica Caine on August 12, 2020
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We welcome our Bulldogs back to the 2020-21 school year! E.E. Miller is looking ahead while tackling the present. Please take a moment to visit our Virtual Open House on Thursday, August 13, from 10:15 a.m. to 12:15 p.m. Families who are not available to stop by may review the presentations and information available at the attached link. All Bulldogs can meet their teachers and staff by clicking on the Google Meet links. Please contact the school if you have any additional questions. We are available to help by email or phone. Let’s get ready to have a terrific school year! GOOOO BULLDOGS!

        
Start of CCS’ Year- Round Schools Postponed
Published by Angel Hoggard on July 8, 2020
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Fayetteville, N.C. – Previously, Cumberland County Schools (CCS) announced that its four year-round schools would begin the 2020-2021 school year remotely on Thursday, July 9; however, based on a recent legal opinion from the North Carolina General Assembly, the district’s year-round schools will now follow the traditional calendar and begin the new school year on August 17.

District officials were informed that recently adopted Senate Bill 113 prohibits year-round schools from beginning the new school year remotely. This interpretation of the bill was confirmed by the General Assembly legal opinion and differs from the broader interpretation of the bill originally provided by the Governor’s Office, North Carolina Association of School Administrators, RTI International, and the North Carolina Department of Public Instruction.

“Throughout this process, we have followed the guidance of state officials and associations, which has now changed to align with the legal opinion released by the General Assembly,” said CCS Superintendent Dr. Marvin Connelly, Jr. “We regret the inconvenience this change will cause our students, families and employees.”

In light of this recent development, meal sites at year-round schools will not operate. The district’s year-round schools include Anne Chesnutt Middle, E.E. Miller Elementary, Reid Ross Classical Middle and Reid Ross Classical High.

        
Follow Us on Social Media
Published by Ellen Ruey on December 1, 2019
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Follow Cumberland County Schools on Twitter and Facebook @CumberlandCoSch Like us on Facebook

        
Every Minute Counts!
Published by Ellen Ruey on December 1, 2019
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Every minute counts! From start to finish, class time matters! Please strive to get your child to school on time and limit early checkouts. Thank you!

        
School Improvement Team
Published by Ellen Ruey on December 1, 2019
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SIT stands for School Improvement Team. School Improvement Teams are required by North Carolina law to develop school improvement plans. These plans set goals and allow team members to collaborate on ways to achieve the goals and needs of the school. Our team is made of the principal, the assistant principal, instructional coaches, a teacher from each grade level, a teacher assistant, a school counselor, a school social worker, and parents of children enrolled in the school. The representatives are elected by their respective groups.

It is the intent of North Carolina that parents, along with teachers, have a substantial role in developing school improvement plans. School Improvement Teams are considered a public body and are subject to open meeting laws. We encourage you to join us for our SIT meetings.

Click to see the meeting dates for the 2019 – 2020 school year. Read more

        
Follow the Bulldogs On Twitter!
Published by Ellen Ruey on June 1, 2019
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For the latest news, follow us on Twitter! New tweets nearly every day!

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