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five teens leaning up against a wall using cell phonesLately, it can be difficult for all of us to pull away from the TV and cell phones. During National Childhood Obesity Month, let’s serve as role models by trying these tips for Reducing Screen Time and help your kids get active! Print out the Family’s Healthy Adventure and enjoy the many ways you and your family can get healthy together! For more health tips, visit wellness.ccs.k12.nc.us.

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Published by Tessa Moore on September 27, 2017

        


WOHS AIG Newsletter Spring 17

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Published by Tessa Moore on May 2, 2017

        


Image of Sodium Myths and Facts for KidsThe American Heart Association wants you to know more about the Sodium Myths and Facts for Kids. The science is clear….our kids eat more sodium than what is safe and recommended. Learn more about keeping our kids heart healthy.

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Published by Tessa Moore on February 28, 2017

        


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SECU $5,000 Student Scholarship Information

SECU Foundation funded solely by SECU members established the “People Helping People®” scholarship program to assist students across North Carolina obtain their educational goals. Since being established the “People Helping People” scholarship program represents an annual commitment of over $5 million, with a collective total of $50 million since the initial scholarship funding began in 2005.

HIGH SCHOOL SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM

The “People Helping People” high school scholarship program will provide a four-year college scholarship to a graduating senior from each of the 370+ traditional public and 3 charter high schools in North Carolina. Each will receive a $10,000 scholarship to be awarded to a graduating senior attending one of the UNC System Universities.

Recipients of the scholarship will be selected by the scholarship selection committee. Scholarship recipient information (High School Scholarship Packet) must be submitted by the Scholarship Selection Committee at each school. No individual “applications” are reviewed by the Foundation.

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Published by Tessa Moore on February 26, 2017

        


Grocery Bingo - Make Shopping FunDo you dread going grocery shopping? Let’s put some fun into it by playing grocery store bingo. Use grocery shopping to teach kids about food and nutrition. Talk about where vegetables, fruits, protein food, dairy, and grains come from. Help them make healthy choices. For more healthy tips, be sure to visit wellness.ccs.k12.nc.us.

Tip of the week from MyPlate.gov

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Published by Tessa Moore on February 26, 2017

        


2017 CCS' Principal of the Year, Dr. Vernon LoweryFayettevilleDr. Vernon S. Lowery, the principal of Westover High School, was announced today as the Cumberland County Schools’ (CCS) 2017 Principal of the Year (POY). The announcement came during the school system’s Principal of the Year Brunch.

Dr. Lowery now moves on to compete against other local award recipients from the Region IV Sandhills/South Central Region of the state.  After the state selection process is completed, one principal will be selected as the 2017 Wells Fargo Principal of the Year.
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Published by Glenn Brock on October 18, 2016

        


 

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Published by Glenn Brock on August 31, 2016

        


supply list
  • School ID – Required – Purchase at school
  • School Lock – Purchase at school
  • 4 (2) inch Binders – Each Semester
  • 3 Composition Notebooks – Each Semester
  • Loose Leaf Paper for Binders
  • Black and Blue Ink Pens
  • #2 Lead Pencils
  • Assorted Markers
  • Kleenex Tissue
  • Hand Sanitizer
  • Erasers
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Published by Glenn Brock on July 8, 2016

        


Westover High School Open House is August 25th from 4:00 pm to 6:00 pm.

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Published by Glenn Brock on July 8, 2016

        


What is WorkKeys?

WorkKeys is an ACT assessment which is administered to all North Carolina 12th grade CTE completers. A CTE completer is a student who has taken at least four courses in a Career Cluster. WorkKeys test measure “real world” skills that are critical to job success. These skills are essential to any occupation, skilled or professional, at any level of education and in any industry. CTE Completers take the following three WorkKeys test:

  • Reading for Information
  • Applied Mathematics
  • Locating Information

By taking the WorkKeys tests, students can earn a State Career Readiness Certificate (CRC), as well as a National Career Readiness Certificate (NCRC). CRC’s and NCRC’s are awarded at four different levels: bronze, silver, gold and platinum.

For questions on whether your child is eligible to take the WorkKeys test, please contact Westover High School’s
CTE Facilitator, Sheila Hannibal.

Click this link to read a WorkKeys letter addressed to CCS seniors from Dr. Frank Till:  CCS WorkKeys Letter

Click this link to learn how to register your WorkKeys certificate: NCRC Registration

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Published by Glenn Brock on July 2, 2016

        


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