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Back to School, Plan C Schedule
Published by Jennifer Ivey on August 10, 2020
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Please log-in on time, stay the entire class period, complete all assignments, and projects.
Cape Fear High Class Schedule

        
Important Information Concerning Schedule Changes, Open House, & Orientation
Published by Jennifer Ivey on August 10, 2020
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Click the following link to access information regarding schedule changes, open house, and freshman orientation.
Open House, Schedule Changes, Freshman Orientation

        
CCS Technology Needs Survey
Published by Jennifer Ivey on August 10, 2020
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As we prepare to return to school in an online environment, every K-12 Cumberland County Schools (CCS) student will need a laptop and internet access in order to complete assignments, participate in instruction, and collaborate and learn with others.

We are asking all families with a student in grades K-12 to fill out a survey indicating device needs for each student, regardless of your school, whether you have applied to the Virtual Academy, whether you have a device or whether you need a device. The survey can be found here: https://bit.ly/CCSDeviceRequest . This short survey will help us better understand the needs of our students and make sure that we are able to meet those needs.

Although the district intends to provide a device for every student in the future, some families may choose to provide their own device at this time. If you choose to purchase and/or provide a laptop for your child, please know that you will have another opportunity to receive a school system Chromebook once your child physically returns to school.

        
Prom Update & Refunds 7/15/2020
Published by Jennifer Ivey on July 15, 2020
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When we first closed school due to Covid-19 and events were being cancelled, because we didn’t want our Cape Fear High School seniors to miss out on prom their senior year, we postponed and rescheduled this event two different times. The most recent rescheduled date was July 30th. This was done hoping as a state we would move through the reopening phases, and that the number of attendees able to attend large group gatherings would increase and we would be able to host prom.

Unfortunately, during yesterday’s press conference, Governor Cooper kept North Carolina in Phase 2, which allows only 10 people to attend an indoor event and only 25 attendees allowed at an outside event. By staying in Phase 2, there is no way we will be able to hold Prom on July 30th. This decision was not made without careful consideration and I am so sorry that seniors will not get to attend their senior prom. Luckily, The Cape Fear Botanical Gardens, our DJ, and our Caterer, graciously are allowing us to apply what we have paid to next year’s prom, but we will not be refunded what we have paid.

Here is how we will be handling refunds/credit:

Senior Dues
Last year Cape Fear High School gave the Junior Class the incentive that if they paid their junior dues for prom, they would not have to pay their senior dues, and would be able to attend prom for free their senior year. Because they paid last year, attended prom last year, and did not make a payment this year, they will not be eligible for a refund.
Seniors that did not pay junior dues last year, but paid their senior dues this year, will receive a prorated refund. Senior dues also cover the senior breakfast (which was held), senior t-shirt (which students received), and also graduation programs, cords, awards, and graduation tickets. Seniors that did not pay junior dues last year but paid senior dues this year are eligible for a prorated $15 refund, or they can donate it as a gift to the school.

Senior Prom Guest Application Fee
Although it says on the application that it is non-refundable, if you were a senior and your guest was approved, then you are eligible to receive a refund for this or you can donate it as a gift to the school. If your guest was denied, then you would not receive a refund.

Junior Dues
Juniors that paid their dues this year, will have that dues credited for their senior dues and they will not have to pay to attend prom this coming school year.

Junior Prom Guest Application Fee
Juniors who paid (and their guest was approved) will have credit to apply towards the prom guest application fee next year or they can donate it as a gift to the school.

We realize these are trying times, and if you are having a financial hardship and you absolutely need the money instead of the credit, please feel free to contact us.

To receive a credit, you do not have to do anything and we will automatically apply it to your account for next year. If you have any questions with the requirements above, please contact christyparker@ccs.k12.nc.us.

How do I request a refund?

Click Here for Refund Form

Thank you for your understanding during this difficult time, and remember “Tough times never last, but tough people do!”

Go Colts.

        
Cape Fear High 9-11 Grading Letter to students and parents: Selecting PC19/WC19 or numeric grades
Published by Jennifer Ivey on May 19, 2020
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Please click the link below to read about grading for students in grades 9-11.
Cape Fear High 9-11 Grading Letter to students and parents

        
Spring Grading Video for Students in 9th-11th Grades
Published by Jennifer Ivey on April 28, 2020
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Progress Report

Have questions regarding grading for students in grades 9-11? Watch this video by clicking here.

        
Calling All Bus Drivers
Published by Jennifer Ivey on February 26, 2020
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Slide image advertising that CCS is hiring Bus Drivers with text of For a full job description, visit https://bit.ly/2Gr7Q1P or contact the Cumberland County Schools Transportation Office at 910-678-2581. and an image of a CCS Bus Driver and a red and yellow swoosh in the corner

        
Liven Up Your Meals
Published by Jennifer Ivey on January 24, 2020
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Liven Up Your Meals

Tired of the same old meals? Discover the many benefits of adding vegetables and fruits to your dish. They are low in fat and calories while providing fiber and other key nutrients. Vegetables and fruits don’t just add nutrition to meals. They can add color, flavor, and texture. Explore the creative ways to bring healthy foods to your table. Check out, Liven up your meals with vegetables and fruits today. For more health tips, visit wellness.ccs.k12.nc.us.

 

 

        
CCS Adopts School Cash Online Payment System
Published by Catherine O'Horo on October 14, 2019
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Image of hands on keyboard of computer with blue background and caption of SchoolCashOnlineSchool Cash Online allows parents to make online payments for their students’ school fees from any Internet connected device. Parents will be notified anytime a fee is connected to their student, such as upcoming field trips and school related events. Want to purchase a parking permit or yearbook? You can do that, too! For more information, please refer to the School Cash Online Reference Sheet .

        
Support Cape Fear at Harris Teeter
Published by Catherine O'Horo on October 14, 2019
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Harrris Teeter Together in Education banner boy with books on hos headDid you know that your Harris Teeter VIC card can earn money for Cape Fear? The Together in Education program has donated over twenty million dollars to schools since its inception in 1998, and in the last quarter of 2014 alone awarded nearly $300,000 to area schools.  Harris Teeter will contribute a percentage of all HT brand purchases to the Cape Fear TIE account when your VIC card is linked to our school. There are two easy ways to link your card – either ask your cashier to link your card to Cape Fear High School TIE code #3015 for you, or if registering online, go to Harris Teeter’s Together in Education page, (HTML) log in to your account, and link your card. We will receive payments quarterly for amounts over $250; any lesser amounts will be rolled over into the next cycle. Thank you for your support!