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Dr. Hales, principal, Mr. Tucker, Social Worker, and Mrs. Howard, FEES Teacher of the Year happily conduct the Success Day program with students.Ferguson-Easley Elementary School provided opportunities for staff, students and their families to celebrate the great citizens of our student body during the recent Success Day program held in the school’s cafetorium. Citizenship at our school demands a positive attitude and a willingness to try your very best to achieve academic success.  The program was held during National School Leadership Week, National School Library Month, and National Poetry Month.  Our School Pledge was recited at the beginning of the program and helped us to participate in all three national celebrations:  I pledge today to do my best in reading, math and all the rest.  I promise to obey the rules in my class and in the school. I’ll respect myself and others, too. I’ll expect the best in all I do. I am here to learn all I can, To try my best and be all I am!

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Published by Beverly McClellan on April 18, 2018

        


The Constellation Newsletter title surrounded by starsApril 2018
Volume 10, Issue 8

The Constellation:

An Assemblage, Collection or Gathering of a Splendid, Radiant or Excellent Sort
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Published by Beverly McClellan on April 16, 2018

        


Presenters helped our students to dream about numerous careers. “What do you want to be when you grow up?” is one of the most asked questions to a child.  On April 13, 2018 at Ferguson-Easley Elementary School the Career Day event was held in the school cafetorium and also on the outside grounds.  The event was planned by school counselor, Mrs. Hayes.  More than thirty presenters listened to students ask them questions like: Why did you choose this career; Did you have to go to college; How many hours do you usually work daily;  and When you were a child what did you dream of  doing. Representatives from our county were from various walks of life.  They were authors, administrators, artists, barbers,  educators, nurses, police, chefs, librarians, fire personnel, and business officials to name a few.  The event was a huge success for students, staff, parents and presenters.  Having opportunities for students to dream big is essential to motivating them to learn more.

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Published by Beverly McClellan on April 13, 2018

        


Never give up, encourage others and do your best is the NED messageThe NED Show visits 2 million students each year. On April 10, 2018 the Ferguson-Easley student body joined their numbers. The show is a character education program promoting positive attitudes. Students and staff members were encouraged to do their very best during the 45-minute assembly.  NED stands for this message: Never Give Up; Encourage Others; and Do Your Best.

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Published by Beverly McClellan on April 10, 2018

        


Teacher Job Fair  April 28th at Gray's Creek High

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Published by Beverly McClellan on April 9, 2018

        


Reading  can be electrifying especially when the author is Dr. Seuss.  Recently, to celebrate both reading and Dr. Seuss’s contributions to reading, students and family members gathered in the Ferguson-Easley Cafetorium after school to read two hardback books and one electronic book of his.  Students really cared about the academic activities that educators led them in as they rotated to the three centers of attraction focusing on “Seusstastical” stories that incorporated art, math and science. Together faculty and family had great fun too as they read stories and supported students in hands-on educational activities that provided chances for oobleck and wockets to have targeted goals impacting learning.
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Published by Beverly McClellan on April 1, 2018

        


Photo showing beverages.What you drink is as important as what you eat. Many beverages contain added sugars and often little or no nutrients, while others may provide nutrients but too much fat and too many calories. Jazz up your water by adding slices of fruit or fresh mint, rosemary, or basil. Try these Tips for Making Better Beverage Choices. For more helpful healthy tips visit wellness.ccs.k12.nc.us.

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Published by Beverly McClellan on March 31, 2018

        


Ferguson-Easley Elementary parents and children enjoy the nutritional items that Cafeteria manager, Ms. Denise Murphy, offers during the national school campaign for breakfasts.Each year the School Nutrition Association (SNA) sponsors the National School Breakfast Week during the first full week of March. SNA is committed to advancing school meal programs as is Cumberland County’s Child Nutrition Services. This year the week-long celebration was held March 5-9, 2018. To encourage the healthy choice of eating breakfast the Ferguson-Easley Cafeteria Manager, Ms. Denise Murphy, partnered with the Cumberland County Association of Educators (CCAE) to celebrate National School Breakfast Week.
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Published by Beverly McClellan on March 13, 2018

        


Ferguson-Easley Parent Facilitator, Ms. Eloise Melvin, coordinated the National Black History Program that featured the sister-in-law of Doctor Martin Luther King, Junior, Mrs. Naomi Barber King.

National Black History Month Program participants (left to right): Mr. Charles Evans (Cumberland County Board of Commissioners); Mrs. Shawnee Howard (FEES Teacher of the Year); Mrs. Pearline Brown-Thompson (FEES Teacher and Mistress of Ceremony); Gianni Barber (Student); Ms. Carrie Sutton (Cumberland County Board of Education); Mrs. Naomi Barber King (2018 Black History Month Program Guest Speaker); Ms. Eloise Melvin (FEES Parent Facilitator); Honorable Mitch Colvin (Fayetteville Mayor); Doctor Mary A. Hales (FEES Principal); and Representative Elmer Floyd (North Carolina House of Representatives representing the 43rd District).


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Published by Beverly McClellan on March 12, 2018

        


Fayetteville Police representatives gather in the Ferguson-Easley Elementary School Media Center to get ready to celebrate Doctor Seuss' birthday.March the Second all around the world people are celebrating the birthday of a creative author. Dr. Seuss is his name. To help the 4th and 5th-grade students at Ferguson-Easley Elementary School celebrate, representatives from the Fayetteville Police Department visited classrooms. Captain Todd Joyce, Specialist I. Ortiz, Sergeant Stephen L. Jett, and Officers S. Kovalski, R. Hedrick and R. Gillam chose Dr. Seuss books to read to students. They also shared valuable information about “…the Places You’ll Go!” when you decide not to be a reliable citizen. They also answered countless questions that students posed about the Fayetteville Police.

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Published by Beverly McClellan on March 2, 2018

        


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