District PTA Council and Two Local PTAs Recognized at State Conference

Nine people from the Cumberland County Schools

(L-R) Virginia Jicha, Howard Lattimore, Margie Maddox, Maranda Maddox, Sonya Harriott, Pamela Story, Destinee Harriott, Porcha Mcmillan, and Eugene Pinckney.

Congratulations to the Cumberland County District PTA Council (CCDPTAC) and two local PTAs for being recognized during the North Carolina PTA (NCPTA) Convention recently held in the Watson School of Education Building located on the UNC Wilmington Campus.

 
The PTA Local Unit and Council Achievement recognitions are designed to recognize councils and local units that work to promote the mission and vision of PTA.

These achievement recognitions are based on a point system for accomplishing specific tasks and activities throughout the school year.

The District PTA Council received a banner and the local school PTAs were presented a yard sign.
 
  • Cumberland County District PTA Council (Superior Achievement)
  • Anne Chesnutt Yr. Round Middle School PTSA (Distinguished Achievement)
  • Seventy-First High PTSA (Distinguished Achievement)

Congratulations State Reflections Winners!

Gold Blank Award Rosette With Ribbon

The Results Are In…Now Let’s Celebrate!

CONGRATULATIONS to Adrian Cardenas, Glendale Acres C&FL Academy, 2nd Place in the Literature Category.

CONGRATULATIONS to Trinity Sanborn, Gray’s Creek Middle School, 1st Place in the Visual Arts Category

NCPTA Reflections Celebration will be held on Saturday, April 21 in Durham to celebrate Adrian and Trinity as well as other young artists! Details and invitations will be emailed to the Adrian and Trinity by the end of next week.

Cumberland County District PTA Council Reflections Celebration Ceremony will be held on Tuesday, April 24, 2018, in the Board Room, Central Services Office, 2465 Gillespie Street. Details and invitations will be emailed all students participating in the Cumberland County District PTA Reflections Program.

Cumberland County District PTA Council is very proud of all of our students’ creativity, imagination, and talents.

HBCU College Fair

Important Typed on Crumpled Paper with Red Pencil

Come out and attend the HBCU college fair.  The college fair will take place on March 3 from 10 a.m. until 3 p.m. at the Smith Recreation Center.

Program Highlights include:

  • Opportunities to connect with admission representatives
  • Hear from current college students
  • Attend engaging college planning seminars
  • Learn about local scholarship opportunities
  • Light lunch served
  • Onsite registration

This information is available in a print-friendly PDF document: HBCU 2018 College Fair