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Colorful numerals 1 through 0 and mathematical symbolsCome and learn about the math program at Raleigh Road while participating in hands-on activities with your student on Tuesday, January 24. Complimentary pizza will be provided at 5:30  p.m., but you must return the Math Night flyer to your child’s teacher no later than January 18 to receive your pizza ticket. The math activities will take place in the classrooms from 6:00 – 7:00 p.m.  Students attending with a parent will receive an “AMAZING” charm for their PBIS necklace.

 

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Published by Sandra Cage on January 3, 2017

        


Students and staff will be celebrating winter break as follows:Graphic of Happy Holidays in black script

Two-Hour Early Release – December 20, 2016

Winter Break – December 21, 2016 – January 2, 2017

Staff and Students Return to School – January 3, 2017

Have a wonderful winter break and remember to read!

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Published by Sandra Cage on December 13, 2016

        


Image of the cover of The Polar Express by Chris VanAllsburg showing a train engine in the snowy nightTuesday, December 20 is an early release day, but it’s one you won’t want to miss as Raleigh Road celebrates its third annual POLAR EXPRESS DAY.  Come to school in your jammies, get your ticket from Conductors Evans and Shepard, have your ticket punched when you enter your class train car, and you’ll be ready for activities based on the Caldecott winner, The Polar Express by Chris VanAllsburg. There’s no charge for this special train ride, so……”All Aboard!”

Just remember, you still need to wear shoes (not slippers) to school, and don’t forget to brush your teeth and comb your hair!

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Published by Sandra Cage on December 13, 2016

        


Sparkling Holiday Lights and OrnamentsWalking down the halls of Raleigh Road, you may hear a chorus of voices from one room or another as first-grade students practice for their presentation “Our House is a Holiday House.”

Please plan to join us at……

Long Hill Elementary School Auditorium
Thursday, December 8
6:00 p.m.

The program will begin with a brief PTO meeting and the holiday show will follow.  Please note that students in the program need to be in the Long Hill Media Center by 5:30 p.m. to prepare.

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Published by Sandra Cage on December 6, 2016

        


Open desk calendar showing parts of two datesThe RRES calendar for the 2016-2017 school year is accessible by clicking on “School Calendar” on the left side of the screen.  Please note that dates may change and events may be added or deleted, so check back often.

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Published by Sandra Cage on December 2, 2016

        


Reading Rocks! with bookworm sitting on a rock readingOn December 7, Cumberland County Schools will be celebrating literacy by wearing “RED” and designating a time during the school day to “STOP, DROP, and READ!”

Students, Parents, CCS Staff and Community Members, please join us in celebrating our day of Literacy.

Thank you for supporting literacy at Raleigh Road where we raised over $4,500 for books and other literacy materials!

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Published by Sandra Cage on November 29, 2016

        


Hand holding a marker writing the words "We believe in making a difference."The Student Services Department put together a list of community resources for those in need as a result of Hurricane Matthew. This is not an exhaustive list of available community resources. The goal is merely to provide CCS students and their families a primary point of contact for assistance in the local area.

Title Shelter Food Clothes Financial Assistance Counseling
FEMA
www.DisasterAssistance.gov
800-621-FEMA (3362)
X
American Red Cross
Highlands Chapter – 807 Carol Street
910-867-8151
X X X
NC 211
http://www.unitedwaync.org/nc211
Dial 211 to speak with a specialist will help you to find available
human services resources in your community
X X X X X
650-2-RESCUE (737283)
Works with families on how to speak with your insurance companies
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Manna Church
Cliffdale Location
910-867-9151
X X
Covenant Love Church
420 Dunn Road Fayetteville, NC
X X
Fayetteville Urban Ministry
701 Whitfield Street
(910)-483-5944
X X
Salvation Army Homeless Shelter
220 Russell Street
(910) 483-1899
X X X X
Fayetteville Rescue Mission
331 Adams Street
(910) 323-0446
X X
Operation Blessing of Fayetteville
1337 Ramsey Street
(910) 483-1119
X X X
Catholic Social Charities
726 Ramsey Street
(910) 424-2020
X X X
Operation Inasmuch
531 Hillsboro Street
(910) 433-2161
X
Alms House
5512 West Patterson Street
Hope Mills, NC 28348
(910) 425-0902
X X
Cumberland Interfaith Hospitality Network (Family Promise)
115 Stein Street
(910) 826-2454
X
Balm in Gilead
4928 US HWY 301 S
Hope Mills, NC 28348
(910) 818-3527
X X

Guidance from the National Association of School Psychologists on Helping Students After a Natural Disaster

Cumberland County Hurricane Matthew Response Preliminary Resource Directory

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Published by Sandra Cage on November 14, 2016

        


Have you wondered what your child is doing during the Literacy Block?  Well, you have the opportunity to participate in activities just like your child does during the English Language Arts (ELA) class.  Please join us for ELA Night on Tuesday, November 15.  Subs and drinks will be available 5:00 – 6:00 p.m. and from 6:00 – 7:00 p.m. you will rotate to different rooms for your activities.  We ask that you arrive on time to get seated so teachers can begin their lessons promptly at 6:00 p.m.  Due to the nature of the event and the lack of child care, we ask that siblings not come to this event.  Please return the lower portion of the flyer that was sent home.  Hope to see you there!

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Published by Sandra Cage on November 10, 2016

        


Graphic advertising National School Lunch Week, November 14-16.  Flag with words "School Lunch" and "Show Your Spirit"

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Published by Sandra Cage on November 10, 2016

        


The words "Veterans Day" with stars and stripes.There will be no school on Friday, November 11 in observance of Veterans Day.  We are thankful for all those who have served and are serving in the Armed Forces of the United States of America, protecting us at home and abroad.  Remember to thank a Vet!

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Published by Sandra Cage on November 10, 2016

        


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