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All across America on November 6th United States citizens who were 18 years old and registered voters went to their polls and cast their votes.  At Ferguson-Easley Elementary School the High Expectations Correlate executed an activity to get our students involved.  We held an assembly for candidates for Student Government Association Officers.  The third, fourth and fifth graders participated in this assembly to hear speeches and see videos of the candidates.  Then on November 7th students in these three grades came to the media center where voting booths were set up for them to individually submit their votes electronically.  As they waited their turn to cast their votes the media coordinator gave them a  “Did You Know” quiz on North Carolina voter eligibility.

Guess who the first voters were at our school on November 7th.  The first voters were the students running for the office of president (see them pictured below).  Who do you think they voted for? 

Congratulations to President Laya, Vice President Brinton, and Secretary Israel!

FEES Student Government Candidates for 2018

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Published by Beverly McClellan on November 7, 2018

        


Cumberland County Schools is committed to providing a safe environment where learning takes place in an atmosphere free from disruption and obstacles that impede learning. The new 2018-2019 Student Code of Conduct can be read in English or Spanish at the following online addresses.

18-19 Student Code of Conduct (English)

18-19 Codigo De Conducta Estudiantil (Spanish)

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Published by Beverly McClellan on November 6, 2018

        


NEA 2018 Annual MeetingThe National Education Association (NEA) is our nation’s largest professional employee organization. NEA is committed to advancing the cause of public education. Ms. McClellan, FEES media coordinator, is one of NEA’s 3 million members.  She was voted to represent the local and state’s affiliates, CCAE and NCAE, (Cumberland County Association of Educators/North Carolina Association of Educators) to attend the national Representative Assembly in Minneapolis, MN. The Representative Assembly conducts advocacy work for education from pre-school to university graduate programs.  As a delegate, Ms. McClellan, worked on the legislative committee and also represented NCAE’s Student Services Division. Notably, there are other members of the FEES faculty and staff that are members of the NEA/NCAE/CCAE too.

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Published by Beverly McClellan on October 1, 2018

        


children playing tug o war with the words accidents do happen make sure your child is covered get your student accident insurance at market.sevencorners.com

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Published by Beverly McClellan on October 1, 2018

        


Cumberland County Seal with the words  Cumberland County North Carolina School Health Services are provided by Cumberland County public health nurses. The public health school nurses screen vision, hearing and perform other screenings as deemed necessary. They regularly visit our school. Nurse Edwards assesses Ferguson-Easley students.  Referrals may be made to the appropriate agency depending on her assessment findings. Our public health school nurse works closely with the staff of the Cumberland County Department of Public Health. She wants the Ferguson-Easley family to know that the Child Health Clinic is accepting new patients newborn to 18 years old.  Kindergarten physicals and immunizations are also provided by the Immunization Clinic.  Contact information: Cumberland County Department of Public Health, co.cumberland.nc.us, 910.433.3600; Child Health Clinic, 910.433.3628; Immunization Clinic, 910.433.3633.

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Published by Beverly McClellan on October 1, 2018

        


Online Back to School Guide for 2018-2019

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Published by Beverly McClellan on September 1, 2018

        


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