Titan Tidbits: April 21-May 2
Published by Pamela Sands on April 17, 2014
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 April 21-25:  No school for students or staff

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Titan Tidbits

Monday, April 28
Talent Show Sign-Ups
8:30  African Drum on-site field trip

Tuesday, April 29
Talent Show sign-ups

Wednesday, April 30
Talent Show sign-ups

Thursday, May 1
Talent Show sign-ups
4:00-7:00 Chick-Fil-A Night

Friday, May 2
Talent Show sign-ups
Relay for Life event outside on the track

Upcoming Events
May 5-9:  Staff Appreciation Week
May 6:  Progress Reports go home
May 8:  Titan staff vs. SRO charity basketball game-proceeds go to Special Olympics – 5:00-7:30 p.m.
May 12-16:  EOG Spirit Week
May 16:  Spring Carnival – 4:00-7:00 p.m.

        
NCIMS Library Information Through Destiny
Published by Pamela Sands on April 17, 2014
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Parents can check their student’s NCIMS media center account online through Follett Destiny.  This will not only let parents see any fines/fees that are owed, but will also make it possible for students to create customized lists of what he or she would like to read, explore databases and ebooks, and search the school  catalog.  Use the instructions below to get started.

Destiny account instructions

 

There is also a Destiny app available for your mobile devices.  Go to http://www.follettsoftware.com/ezform.cfm?ezid=281&urlRef=destinyquestmobile for links to the Android, Kindle, and App Store to download.  Enter http://destiny.ccs.k12.nc.us/  when prompted for the URL and choose New Century International Middle School on the right.

        
FTCC Youth Entrepreneurship Summer Camp
Published by Pamela Sands on April 9, 2014
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In an atmosphere that promotes fun and learning, Youth Entrepreneurship Camp participants will be introduced to entrepreneurship as a viable career option.  Through community asset identification, youth will identify opportunities for small business ventures.  As a member of a team, participants will go through the business planning process to create and implement a business plan.  The camp is open to rising 7th graders through rising 9th graders.

Specific camp goals include:
FTCC Youth Entrepreneurship Summer Camp• to gain understanding of entrepreneurship as a viable career option
• to generate business ideas to create an atmosphere of fun
• to experience life in a college setting
• to meet and learn from successful entrepreneurs
• to learn to work and cooperate in groups
• to develop critical thinking and life skills
• to identify and encourage entrepreneurs
• to help participants learn about their community & eastern North Carolina
• to develop leadership abilities and skills
• to identify & evaluate entrepreneurial opportunities in eastern North Carolina
• to learn how technology can be used in small businesses

August 4-August 8, 2014
8:30 a.m.-3:00 p.m.
FTCC Center for Business & Industry
2723 Fort Bragg Road
Registration Fee: $50*
*Registration Fee includes camp shirt and lunch each day.  Deadline for registration is July 18.
For more information, contact Tamara Bryant at 678-8462.

        
“Young Lives, Big Stories”
Published by Pamela Sands on April 9, 2014
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Young Lives, Big Stories

In recognition of April as the Month of the Military Child, IMCOM HQ CYSS is hosting a creative contest open to all military kids world-wide (Active Army, Guard and Reserve). Youth from preschool through 12th grade are invited to express their feelings about what it means to be a military child using photos, words, drawings or videos. One overall winner and the top entries in each age category will win prizes that include a Wii or iPad. The contest runs from April 1-24. Military children and their parents are encouraged to get involved and share their BIG stories! For contest rules and entry information, visit www.armymwr.com/momc-big-stories.aspx.

        
Relay for Life 2014 – The American Cancer Society
Published by Pamela Sands on April 3, 2014
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Relay for Life logoEvery year more than one million people in the United States will be diagnosed with cancer.  There has been remarkable progress in this fight thanks to the support, passion, and dedication of Relay For Life participants.  The funds raised will help bring the American Cancer Society one step closer to saving more lives from this dreaded disease that can and will affect us all in some way.

You can support this worthy cause by joining the New Century International team @ www.relayforlife.org and donating.  Then, mark your calendars and walk with us at Village Christian Academy.  The event kicks off May 2, at 6:00 PM and will end May 3, at 2:00 PM, so there is plenty of time for you to come out.  In addition to walking, there will be lots of fun activities for the entire family.  Registration forms are available on the website.

Please help us reach our goal by joining and donating today.  Thank you for your much needed contribution!

        
Sponsor NCIMS Through the Fayetteville Duck Derby
Published by Pamela Sands on March 6, 2014
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The Fayetteville Duck Derby is an event where thousands of rubber ducks race down the Cape Fear River to support Fayetteville Urban Ministry, over 20 other local non-profits, and for the first time ever, Cumberland County Schools. Each duck is “adopted” for $5, then tagged with an adoption registration number. Anyone 18 or older can adopt a duck! The first 5 ducks to cross the finish line win big prizes. Grand prize is the 2014 Toyota Scion xD!

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You can adopt your duck sponsoring NCIMS either at the school or online at
https://www.duckrace.com/fayettevilleduckderby/teams/2234.  
You can adopt a single duck or multiples at a discount.  NCIMS has a goal of selling 250 ducks.

Choose a Package

Number 
of Ducks

Price
Flying Solo 1 $5.00
Cinqo de Quacko 5 $20.00
Quackers Dozen 12 $50.00
Military Mallards 25 $100.00
Paddling Corporate Package 130 $500.00
Mighty Ducks Corporate Package 270 $1,000.00
 

Then, mark your calendars for two key events:

The Duck Tagging Party on Thursday, May 1 (6pm – 9pm @ Rick Hendrick Toyota Scion -1969 Skibo Road) Volunteers will “tag” each duck with a number corresponding to a duck adoption. The Tagging Party offers a community service opportunity, and it increases duck adoptions and awareness of the event.

The Fayetteville Duck Derby on Saturday, May 3 (@ Campbellton Landing – 1122 Person Street) A free family-friendly festival, featuring live entertainment, a kid’s zone, food and the BIGGEST race in town! Festivities begin at 12pm! 

        
 
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