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Google provided image announcing upcoming Family Workshop on May 2, 2019

Click Here for a printable RSVP letter.

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Published by Pamela Sands on May 1, 2019

        


Our NCIMS orchestra students will be participating in the Spring Orchestra Festival at the Crown Arena.  Sixth grade orchestra students will perform on April 30.  Seventh and eighth grade students will perform on May 2.

image of orchestra playing with information about the Spring Orchestra Festival

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Published by Pamela Sands on May 1, 2019

        


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Published by Pamela Sands on May 1, 2019

        


CCS announcement of Mat 1 becoming a teacher workday

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Published by Pamela Sands on April 18, 2019

        


Over 29% of students enrolled in Cumberland County Schools are Military-Connected Students.  Visual arts is one method to allow children to communicate their feelings.  In honor of Month of the Military Child, CCS Student Support Services sponsored an art contest to afford them an opportunity to share their experiences as Military-Connected Students.  The theme of the contest is “A Life Lesson I Have Learned as a Military-Connected Student.”

With the encouragement of our art teacher, Ms. Lisa Wilson, NCIMS 7th grader, Hennessy L., won first place in the county middle school category.  She was presented with a certificate from Mr. Howard Lattimore, our Military Family and Youth Liaison.  Hennessy also won a $75.00 Barnes & Nobles gift card, a Defy Gravity pass, a movie pass, and golf pass.

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Published by Pamela Sands on April 12, 2019

        


CCS image promoting strategic plan session

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Published by Pamela Sands on April 12, 2019

        


photo of various CCS APs and text

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Published by Pamela Sands on April 9, 2019

        


image provided by the AASL announcing that Everyone Belongs @ Your School Library

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Published by Pamela Sands on April 8, 2019

        


NCIMS students participated in the CCS Model UN Conference for the first time on Thursday, April 4, 2019.  The competition was hosted by Seventy-First Classical Middle School.  “They did a wonderful job at our first CCS Model UN Conference,” said Mr. David Gilchrist, team coach and 6th grade social studies teacher.  Rachel A. was a strong representative as the delegate from France.  Harini P. and Morgan S. won best delegation award honors as delegates from Poland.

20118-19 NCIMS Model UN Team
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Published by Pamela Sands on April 5, 2019

        


The Titan Ambassadors and Student Government Association from New Century International Middle School attended the Break the Chains of Child Abuse Event at the Crown Coliseum last month. This was to kick off April’s Child Abuse Prevention Month in Cumberland County Schools. Our student leaders had a great time visiting representatives from the Fayetteville community to collect information and learn about child abuse awareness and prevention. They planted pinwheels around the Crown Coliseum flag pole and in front of NCIMS to commemorate the event and help make our community aware of the Child Abuse Awareness Campaign. Thank you to The Child Advocacy Center and CCS for sponsoring the event!

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Published by Pamela Sands on April 2, 2019