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Dec. 2 

ASVAB Testing

Dec. 3

JV & Varsity Basketball @ Southview

STEM Team Field Trip Central Carolina CC (Barron)

SGA meeting Rm 111

SIT Meeting Rm 101

Dec. 4

Bowling @ B &B Lanes

Dec. 5

Swimming @ FSU Capel Arena

Varsity Girls Basketball @ Richmond

Early Graduation Banquet @ 6pm

Holiday Cheer Kick off- Jingle Bell Day

Gear Up meeting @ 12

Dec. 6

JV & Varsity BB vs. Pine Forest High School

Grays Creek Slam Poetry

Jostens Visit during lunches

Progress Reports go home

Holiday Hat Day

PLTW Engineering graduation (Westover Rec. Center) @10am

 

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Published by Tessa Moore on December 3, 2019

        


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Everyone experiences stress from time to time. Stress is a normal part of life, however, too much stress can be harmful. The American Heart Association recommends how to Fight Stress with Healthy Habits. For more healthful tips, check out wellness.ccs.k12.nc.us.

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Published by Tessa Moore on August 21, 2019

        


Cumberland County Schools has partnered with Arbiter Sports to digitize all Athletic eligibility forms. Parents and students are requested to complete all athletic participation paperwork online for the 2019-2020 school year at the website below. Click on this link to open the website http://www.ArbiterLive.com/School/2555

Registration MUST be completed prior to trying out for any sport. Please contact Mr. Vernon Tucker, Athletic Director at (910) 864-0190, if you have any questions about this new process.

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Published by Tessa Moore on August 21, 2019

        


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Westover High School is intentional in assisting students in meeting their goals socially and academically. WOHS “B.O.S.S.” Mentoring Program is perfect for at risk populations that may have trouble making positive choices. The mentoring program is exclusively for boys.  The vision of the group is to introduce the students to various topics that will help them make good choices as they navigate through their teenage years. Topics include positive friendships, conflict resolution, career exploration, and positive self-image, among others.  Considering the topics mentioned, we expect the participants to practice confidentiality; peers may share sensitive information that must be kept within the safe space of the sessions. Breach of confidentiality may be grounds for dismissal from the sessions for the rest of the school year. 

BOSS Mentoring Participants

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Published by Tessa Moore on August 7, 2019