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Locker Cleanout and Yearbook Pick-up
Published by Missy Sisk on June 4, 2020
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On Monday, June 8, we will have locker clean out and yearbook pick up.  Yearbook pick up will be in the back of our school building where students are dismissed in the afternoon.  Students entering the building for locker cleanout will have to enter the building from the back entrance of the school building.  Students entering the building will have to wear a face covering and no more than 10 students will be allowed in the building at one time.  We will operate on the following schedule:

Bradley’s homeroom 8-8:30 am

Cain’s homeroom 8:30-9 am

Mckethan’s homeroom 9-9:30 am

Phillips’ homeroom 9:30-10 am

Anderson’s homeroom 10-10:30 am

Does’ homeroom 10:30- 11 am

Lundy’s homeroom 11-11:30 am

Rios’ homeroom 11:30 am – 12 pm

Sisk’s homeroom 12- 12:30 pm

Stackley’s homeroom 12:30- 1 pm

All students that can’t make it during their time will come between 1-2 pm.  

Seniors can come by anytime from 8-2 to pick up their yearbook.
We look forward to seeing you from a distance. 

        
2020 Graduation with Video on What to Expect
Published by Missy Sisk on June 4, 2020
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Cumberland Polytechnic High School Graduation will be held on June 12, 2020 at the Education Resource Center (ERC) from 6:30 – 8:00 p.m. See the information Mrs. Hackett posted in the Google Classroom to view the arrival times for Seniors. It is imperative you are on time.

Please watch this Video so that you will know what to expect at graduation

Education Resource Center
396 Elementary Drive
Fayetteville, NC 28301

        
Presenting the CPHS Class of 2020
Published by Missy Sisk on May 26, 2020
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YEARBOOKS
Published by Missy Sisk on May 25, 2020
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The printing and distribution of yearbooks has been delayed. We will contact students when it is safe to pickup yearbooks. 

        
2020 Senior Class Dance Challenge
Published by Missy Sisk on May 24, 2020
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Hey 2020 Senior Class of Cumberland County (public, private, or home school), we want to celebrate YOU! We have lined up Emmy-award winning celebrity choreographer Tyce Diorio (Taylor Swift’s Reputation tour and “So You Think You Can Dance”) to create a dance just for you! Tyce will choreograph to Meghan Trainor’s song “I Love Me.”

Sign up for online sessions where we will break the dance down for you, then you will submit videos of yourself doing the choreography! CFRT will edit the submissions together into one music video which will premiere on the CFRT Facebook Page on Saturday, May 30 at 8:00pm.

Registration

Learn More

        
Battle of the Books Summer Reading List
Published by Missy Sisk on May 23, 2020
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CPHS Twitter
Published by Missy Sisk on May 23, 2020
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Summer Supply List
Published by Missy Sisk on May 23, 2020
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NOTE: CPHS TEACHERS AND OR FTCC INSTRUCTORS MAY PROVIDE INDIVIDUAL SUPPLY LISTS.

BASIC “ENDLESS” SUPPLIES
-Pencils (no.2 and or mechanical)
-Pens
-Loose-leaf notebook paper (Teachers can be picky about paper — most ask that students use the college-ruled variety.)

ORGANIZATIONAL HELPERS
-A sturdy clear or mesh backpack (due to space considerations rolling backpacks are permitted with a doctor’s note on file in the front office.)
-A combination lock (may purchase at CPHS). Students will share the combination with their homeroom teacher.
-Several three-ring binders (Some teachers require a dedicated binder exclusively for their class.)
-Pencil case that fits in a binder
-Binder dividers (the kinds with pockets are good for loose papers.)
-CPHS will provide an agenda or planner for scheduling or recording assignments

NICE TO HAVE
-Stainless steel water bottle
-Flash drive

        
Remote Learning – Brady Bunch Moments
Published by Missy Sisk on May 22, 2020
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While remote learning may have some challenges, we tried to make
it pleasant and fun. This is a compilation of some of our
“Brady Bunch” moments. 

        
Be Kind Online
Published by Missy Sisk on May 22, 2020
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Similar to No One Eats Alone, Be Kind Online™ is a social and emotional learning initiative created by Beyond Differences for students that focuses on creating nurturing, healthy relationships online while teaching students to be activists that work to combat social isolation. Like so many activities and celebrations, we were not able to celebrate and bring awareness to Be Kind Online in school during the month of May. So, students took the pledge! #BeKindOnline by sharing how they are kind online in a photograph with a message on their signs.