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Red Ribbon Week October 26-30
Published by Jody Phillips on October 26, 2020
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Let's Be Drug FreeLove Yourself! Be Drug-Free! Red Ribbon Week is the nation’s oldest and largest drug prevention program. Schools and communities across the United States show their commitment to a healthy, drug-free lifestyle by raising awareness during Red Ribbon Week. This is an excellent opportunity to engage in drug prevention education activities with students, faculty, and families. This year’s theme for Cumberland County Schools is “ELECT TO BE DRUG-FREE”. Here are several ideas to help your Red Ribbon Week celebration be the best it can be. Tuesday: Turn Your Back on Drugs (wear your shirt backward), Wednesday: Wear a Hat to Put a Lid on Drugs, Thursday: Team Up Against Drugs (wear your favorite team jersey, shirt, or Super Hero shirt) and Friday: Wear your Sunglasses for a Bright Future saying No To Drugs.

        
Need to Know, Week of October 26-30
Published by Jody Phillips on October 26, 2020
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Updates for the Week of October 26: 
Report cards will be available in the Home Base parent portal through Power School beginning Monday, October 26. Once logged-in, parents will be able to see their child’s grades and teacher comments for the term. To sign-up or to access PowerSchool, visit Parent Portal. If you are unable to access the parent portal through PowerSchool, please contact your child’s school for assistance.
Parents and caregivers have until Friday, October 30 to present the required immunization record and health assessment transmittal form for their child. For more information, visit the district’s Website.
The next virtual session Cumberland Family Academy (CFA) is sponsoring is titled “Empowering Parents: How to Advocate Effectively for Your Child,” and it takes place on Thursday, October 29 at 6 p.m. This session will give you tips on how to effectively partner with school personnel to help students achieve success in the classroom and beyond. Visit the CCS website to register.

        
Help!
Published by Jody Phillips on October 7, 2020
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Need Help

        
Always Our 20-21 Teacher of the Year
Published by Jody Phillips on September 17, 2020
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Teacher of the Year Michelle Hulon and TeachersThank you Mrs. Hulon for representing South View Middle School and the entire South View attendance area as our Teacher of the Year. You are such an amazing example of what every educator should strive to be. Go Bobcats!

        
Read From the Public Library
Published by Jody Phillips on August 27, 2020
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Need More to read? You do need to have a Public Library Card. Click on the above Public Library icon – Click Sign In – Select your Library, Cumberland County Public Libraries – Put in your personal public library card # and your personal pin#.
This gives you access to many ebooks to enjoy.    Free WIFI at the Public Library
Getting a Temporary Public Library Card

        
Please Help Support Our Students
Published by Jody Phillips on August 26, 2020
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Help our students achieve greater success with these Donor’s Choose Projects – Any donation is appreciated.
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Read Junior Library Guild eBooks Free
Published by Jody Phillips on August 26, 2020
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Junior Library Guild LogoWith JLG Gold Standard eBooks for Elementary, Middle School and High school students, JLG gives you and your readers unlimited access* to read books online from any device. There is no limit to the number of users and titles enter and exit the digital stream regularly, so there are always new picks available.
Using a computer? Usernames & passwords are not needed! Simply click your book-stream choice below and you’ll be automatically logged in!   
  

        
Virtual Daily Schedule
Published by Jody Phillips on August 25, 2020
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Daily Schedule

        
Important Virtual Learning Information
Published by Jody Phillips on August 11, 2020
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Virtual Learning Environment

        
CCS Waives Student Uniform Requirements for 2020-2021 School Year
Published by Angel Hoggard on August 3, 2020
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The Cumberland County Board of Education has approved a waiver of Policy 4316 (Student Dress Code, School Uniform Requirements) for the 2020-2021 school year only, as allowed by Policy 2450 (Suspension of Board Policies), due to the financial impact of COVID-19. However, families still have the option to allow students to wear uniforms when Blended-Remote and Face-to-Face Learning is in operation. There will be no consequences imposed upon a student for a uniform violation during the 2020-2021 school year.