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CPHS Student WINS!!!
Published by Missy Jenkins on May 21, 2018
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Graduation
Published by Missy Jenkins on May 7, 2018
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Graduation from high school is a milestone in the life of a student and his/her family.  This is a dignified occasion and the following guidelines are in place to ensure appropriate decorum by students and guests. Participation in the graduation ceremony is a privilege for the senior who has earned the opportunity.  All schools will include expectations for conduct on graduation tickets and in all communication with students, parents, and guests prior to the graduation ceremony.

1. Honors and Awards

To honor superior academic achievement, graduation ceremonies shall include recognition of Valedictorian(s), Salutatorian(s), and Latin honors. Individual schools will determine how these achievements will be recognized i.e. notation in program, cords, stoles, medallions, pins, etc.

2. Other Awards Programs

A separate Senior Awards program may be held at the school to recognize graduating students receiving other school and non-academic awards.

3. Graduation tickets

The number of tickets given to each graduate will be determined by the school. All schools will include expectations for conduct on graduation tickets.

4. Statement of Public Appeal

Graduation from high school is a milestone in the life of a student and his/her family. The dignity of this occasion can best be observed by refraining from whistling or applauding for any one student. Your congratulations can best be shown by applause for the total group after the last graduate has been awarded his/her diploma and the tassel has been turned.

5. Safety and Security Statement

The Cumberland County School system plans for secure, distraction-free graduations.  School personnel will collaborate with local law enforcement to provide security at all district graduations. The goal is to allow students and their families to enjoy the day without distractions. We reserve the right to search all bags, including camera bags, as attendees enter the facility. For safety and security reasons, and to keep the focus on the graduates, guests will not be allowed to bring the following items into the graduation: Flowers, duffel bags, fanny packs, backpacks, gifts, balloons, air horns, noisemakers, signs, banners, photos of students for display or other items deemed inappropriate.

6. Withholding of diplomas

Schools may withhold diplomas for a period of time as determined by the Superintendent for misconduct during the graduation ceremony.

7. Conduct

Any senior or guest participating in or attending the graduation ceremony shall comply with district policies and regulations pertaining to appropriate graduation ceremony conduct.

  • Any senior that causes a commotion or disruption during the processional, ceremony, or recessional will be escorted from the ceremony.
  • Guests who choose to cause a commotion or disruption during the processional, ceremony, or recessional will be escorted from the ceremony.

Approved by Superintendent September 5, 2017

        
Need a Sports Physical?
Published by Missy Jenkins on May 7, 2018
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AIG Survey
Published by Missy Jenkins on April 24, 2018
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The Academically/Intellectually Gifted Program is interested in your feedback in order to assist us with the 2019-2022 AIG Local Plan update. Please click on the link and select the answer that best describes your opinion about each statement or question. Complete this brief survey no later than Friday, May 18 to share your opinions with the CCS AIG Program. Thank you. 

        
Order Your YEARBOOK Online
Published by Missy Jenkins on April 9, 2018
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You can order your school yearbook through the school with Mrs. Hackett or Ms. Bradley.

OR

You can order online by following this link and using the Reference Order Number.
www.yearbookordercenter.com
Reference Order Number:  10963

        
Community Service Opportunity
Published by Missy Jenkins on April 8, 2018
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Need Community Service hours? Here is your chance to earn three (3).

Click the link for a list of items needed at the Fayetteville Animal Protection Society FAPS.  It is important to stick to the list and bring items worthy of the 3 community service hours.  Bring items to Ms. Sisk in room 235. We will be collecting items until May 01, 2018

NOTE: This opportunity is limited to three hours per semester.

        
Cumberland Polytechnic High School
Published by Missy Jenkins on April 8, 2018
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Summer Learning Opportunity
Published by Missy Jenkins on April 8, 2018
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Imagine a place where you can work with other students to become effective environmental leaders and help change the world. 

Click on this link for more information

        
EVERY MINUTE COUNTS
Published by Missy Jenkins on April 8, 2018
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Every Minute Counts

        
2016-2017 CAFETERIA PRICES
Published by Missy Jenkins on April 8, 2018
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Breakfast K-12 – $ 0.90
Breakfast Reduced Price –  $ 0.00 

Lunch Grades 6-12 –  $ 2.15
Lunch Reduced Price –  $ 0.40

        
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