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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

        


The words The Constellation surrounded by stars.In this issue of The Constellation the media center’ s five and nine hundreds are promoted. Read the newsletter now!

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Published by Beverly McClellan on March 1, 2018

        


Two members from Kindah Temple # 62 welcome Chief Deputy Assistant Attorney, Michael K. Hardin to school.Ferguson-Easley Elementary School has partnered with Kindah Temple # 62 for many years to provide mentoring for our students.  They organize events to promote citizenship, responsibility, and integrity.  Recently, Mr. Michael K. Hardin, the Chief Deputy Assistant District Attorney for Hoke and Scotland Counties, was invited to the school by the Kindah Temple # 62. He was asked to conduct a mock trial.  A group of the Ferguson-Easley students participated in this event and learned about fairness and character.  Facts about the judicial process and  decisions behind the process were also presented during the mentoring event.

 

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Published by Beverly McClellan on February 12, 2018

        


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When eating out, it can be easy to make poor choices due to convenience. Take time while at restaurants to decode the menu. Look for items that are baked, broiled, grilled, poached, steamed, boiled, or roasted. Take advantage of the 10 Tips: Eating Foods Away from Home or ideas from MyPlate, MyWins Tips: Make Your Takeout Healthier. For more healthful tips, check out wellness.ccs.k12.nc.us.

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Published by Beverly McClellan on February 11, 2018

        


Following a motivational speech by Doctor Kimberly P. Johnson the Women's Giving Circle representatives pose with principal, Doctor Mary Hales, with a sample package of books by the speaker that they donated.

(left to right): Ms. Amy Perko; Doctor Marion Olion; Doctor Kimberly P. Johnson; Doctor Mary Hales; Ms. Sarah Moorman; Ms. Catherine LeBlanc; Mrs. Alisa Debnam.

Doctor Kimberly P. Johnson is a phenomenal children’s author. She has written numerous books that often energize and inform children. Her presence on February 8th at Ferguson-Easley Elementary School was made possible by the Women’s Giving Circle of Cumberland County.  This giving circle focuses on impacting the lives of women and children by providing speakers, grants and academic resources for them.  During the morning program in the school’s cafetorium both the organization and the author donated books to the school. 
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Published by Beverly McClellan on February 8, 2018

        


The Constellation NewsletterIn this issue of Constellation Feb 2018 5 the media center’s Biography Collection is promoted.  Check out resources in the Biography Collection to learn arcane bits of knowledge.

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Published by Beverly McClellan on February 1, 2018

        


This hearts graphic represents the members of the Ferguson-Easley Elementary FamilyFebruary is often remembered with the symbol of the heart.  We want members of the Ferguson-Easley Elementary Family to have healthy hearts. The American Heart Association gives the following as steps toward having healthy hearts:

  • Eating healthy
  • Staying active
  • Losing weight
  • Managing  blood sugar and blood pressure
  • Lowering cholesterol
  • Talking regularly to a doctor
  • Knowing your family history
  • Never smoking
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Published by Beverly McClellan on February 1, 2018

        


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