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What’s Ahead at SFCMS
Published by Mary Potter on May 22, 2019
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Image of computer screen with the words "Weekly Planner" appearing at the top of the screenCurious about what is ahead for our school community?

Please regularly check our online school calendar for upcoming school wide events.

Updated information about our 2018-2019 club meetings and tutoring opportunities can be found on our Clubs page.

UPCOMING EVENTS:
Thursday, May 23, 2019 – End-of-Year Carnival
Friday, May 24, 2019 – End-of-Year Awards Ceremony (8:00 a.m.) & Early Release (12:40 p.m.)

        
Dress Code for EOY Celebration on May 23 & Awards Ceremony on May 24
Published by Mary Potter on May 22, 2019
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Silhouette of man speaking into a megaphoneFor our End-of-Year Celebration on May 23, 2019, students may wear the following:

  • Regular school uniform
  • PE uniform
  • School-appropriate shorts of any kind
  • School-appropriate jeans
  • School appropriate athletic pants
  • Any school shirt (polo, club or team T shirts, etc.)
  • Solid-colored T-shirt (logos are ok, but no writing or graphics)
  • Any shoes except rubber flip flops
  • Hats and sunglasses

FOR OUR AWARDS CEREMONY ON MAY 24, 2019, STUDENTS SHOULD WEAR THEIR BEST SCHOOL UNIFORM ATTIRE. THIS IS A DIGNIFIED OCCASION AND WE WILL DRESS ACCORDINGLY.

        
SFCMS Earns the NCASA Challenge Cup
Published by Mary Potter on May 22, 2019
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Picture of the Scholastic Challenge Cup on a pedestal On Tuesday, May 21, 2019, SFCMS celebrated winning the 2019 Challenge Cup for small middle schools, awarded by the North Carolina Association for Scholastic Activities (NCASA). The award was presented by Mr. Leon Pfeiffer, Executive Director of the NCASA, and was accepted by Ms. Patricia Ramos, Principal of SFCMS, on behalf of the school at a special ceremony where participating teams and students were recognized for their achievements.

The Challenge Cup is awarded based on students’ participation and excellence in various middle school competitions. SFCMS won this prestigious award for participation in competitive scholastic activities including Art Showcase, Battle of the Books, Chess Club, Envirothon, Forensics, MathCounts, Quiz Bowl, Science Olympiad, and Show Choir.

This is the fourth time in five years that SFCMS has earned this recognition.

        
PTA News
Published by Mary Potter on May 22, 2019
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NC PTA LogoStay informed on the latest PTA news and events at our school’s PTA page!

Learn more about renting our school’s PTA Spirit Rock below!

Upcoming Events:
Don’t miss our last event of the school year! Join us at DEFY.Fayetteville in Westwood Shopping Center on Tuesday, May 28, 2019, from 6:00 – 8:00 p.m. Entry is $15, and you must also purchase socks to jump or bring DEFY socks if you have visited the park before. Entry costs cover one-hour of jump time, but additional time can be purchased. Come celebrate the end of the school year with friends from SFCMS. A portion of your purchase will come back to our school!

        
Reminders from Cumberland County Schools
Published by Mary Potter on May 21, 2019
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"The Reality Is... Every Minute Counts!" Follow Cumberland County Schools on Twitter @CumberlandCoSch!Find available CCS positions by visiting the CCS HR Facebook page and Twitter feed.The SPEAK UP Campaign empowers young people to report threats of weapon-related violence, by anonymously calling or texting the SPEAK UP weapon threats hotline. Call 1-866-SPEAK-UP or Text FAY to 847.

        
Check Out Our PTA Spirit Rock!
Published by Mary Potter on April 1, 2019
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"Spirit Rock 4 Rent"Many thanks to the SFCMS PTA for our new Spirit Rock!

The SFCMS Spirit Rock is a great way to send a message for all to see. It is available for daily and weekly rental to families and staff of SFCMS, and all proceeds go directly to the SFCMS PTA. Daily rental is $15 per 24-hour day (4:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.), and weekly rental is $50 (Monday through Sunday).

For more information, please contact SFCMS PTA President, Connie Tator, at sfcmspta@gmail.com.

        
SFCMS Supports Our Students After School
Published by Mary Potter on April 1, 2019
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Image of four laptops open and lined up in a row, one behind the otherStudents, do you need additional access to technology or other school resources?  Do you have a group project and need to meet? Do you need a quiet place to do homework? Do you want to explore our Maker Space?

SFCMS continues its tradition of offering after-school access to technology and other resources each week.

Open Media Center is supervised by Ms. Potter every Wednesday, 2:40 to 4:00 p.m., beginning September 5, 2018.

Be sure to arrive on time and have transportation for prompt pickup prearranged. Students who will be walking home or biking home must have written parental permission on file with the school office to leave campus an hour later than usual.

Please note that for safety reasons, students’ rides must come inside upon arrival to sign out their students from Open Media Center.

        
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