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Graphic from National Association of Educators about their Bully Free, It Starts With Me campaign

Bullying can happen everywhere – on school buses, in the cafeteria or restroom, in school hallways, via text or social media, and more. Help raise awareness about the prevalence of bullying and the many contexts in which it can occur by participating in National Bully Free Month.  Students can select from the Bully Free, It Starts With Me collection of books in the media center to read and to do research on being kind and not to bully.  They can also go to NCWISEOWL (elementary section) for additional research.

 

 
 
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Published by Beverly McClellan on October 15, 2019

        


Back to School Guide 2019-2020

Back to School Guide 2019-2020

 

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Published by Beverly McClellan on October 9, 2019

        


Two photos shown, one of the cover of the book (Chevy, The Perfect Pet) and one of the author, Jill O. Patrick.The MUSE is the newsletter for The Fayetteville Arts Council. It recently published an article on our very own Visual Arts teacher, Mrs. Jill Osborne Patrick.  The article highlighted her volunteerism with The Fayetteville Arts Council and also the publishing of her debut book, Chevy the Perfect Pet. (Photos made possible by The Fayetteville Arts Council)

 

 

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Published by Beverly McClellan on October 9, 2019

        


Let us give Mrs. Huggins a high five! Her classroom project PROGRAMMING ENGINEERS was recently funded.  The resources for this project will arrive soon.  The Kano Computer Kit Touch  will allow our students a chance to see how to build and code a tablet.

Reading nonfiction/informational text is a necessary skill.  Reading about real current events, things that are seen in the news, things that are focusing on the world around us is what students are interested in reading yet many students are intimidated with this type of  text.  With TIME FOR KIDS magazines, students will find the text less threatening because it is shorter than a full book, has plenty of graphics, and great photos too. Reading this magazine will inspire students to read even more.

The Donors Choose Organization recently acknowledged that Ms. McClellan, the media coordinator for Ferguson-Easley Elementary School (FEES),  submitted a TIMES FOR KIDS project that has been fully funded.  Consequently, many students will get the opportunity to read this magazine and learn about current events and increase their confidence in reading nonfiction/informational texts.

It  is not to late to donate to help the other FEES teachers who have submitted projects to Donors Choose.  They are:

Creativity is a “Peace” of Mind –Mrs. Patrick;

“Boomtastic” We Are SuperStars! –Mrs. Hayes;

Time for the 4th Graders to Read Time Magazine!  –Ms. Cauthen; and

All-Stars Shoot for the Goal — Coach Wood.

Go to https://www.donorschoose.org/  and donate to these projects.

 

 

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Published by Beverly McClellan on October 1, 2019

        


Graphic NC School Report Card

 

 

 

The 2017-2018 North Carolina School Report Card for the 89 schools in Cumberland County was released on April 30, 2019. The report card for Ferguson-Easley can be found at:

https://ncreportcards.ondemand.sas.com/src/school?school=260361&year=2018&lng=en

The report card includes student performance and academic growth, school and student characteristics, and other details.

To compare the FEES report card to other schools go to:

https://ncreportcards.ondemand.sas.com/src

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Published by Beverly McClellan on September 1, 2019

        


Graphic of  School Registration notes

The following items are needed when registering a student:

  • Official Birth Certificate
  • Student’s Social Security Card
  • Student’s Shot Record
  • Parent or Guardian’s Proof of Residence (rental/lease agreement, mortgage statement OR utility bill)
  • Last Report Card (for transferring students)
  • Kindergarten Health Assessment (for new Kindergartners)
  • Custody/Guardianship Papers if applicable
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Published by Beverly McClellan on June 6, 2019

        


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 January 1, 2019