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CUMBERLAND COUNTY SCHOOLS AWARDED TWO 1.5 MILLION DoDEA GRANTS

Logo for Department of Defense Education Activity The Cumberland County School (CCS) system is pleased to announce they are the recipient of two grants awarded from the Department of Defense Education Activity (DoDEA), each grant totaling $1.5 million.  The five-year grants will provide social-emotional support to military-dependent students in the CCS.

Expected to positively impact local educators and military families, the grants will serve nearly one-fourth of students in the district who are military dependents.

Picture of a Military Family Standing In Front Of An American FlagFrequent moves, transitioning schools, and recurring parent deployments are a few of the issues that can challenge and distract a military-dependent student.  The projects will increase support services for military-connected students in CCS and reduce the number of office behavior referrals by providing four additional Military Student Transition Consultants (MSTC) and Student 2 Student/Jr Student 2 Student programming at targeted schools.  The MSTC staff members will assess the social-emotional needs of incoming or referred military students and transition action plans will be developed and monitored.

Additionally, the grants will help support school faculty and administrators by providing professional training that addresses behavior issues and the needs of military students and families.

The seventeen schools within CCS that are being serviced by the grants are:

MIDDLE SCHOOLS

Douglas Byrd
Hope Mills
Ireland Drive
Lewis Chapel
Max Abbott
Pine Forest
Spring Lake
South View
Westover


High Schools

Douglas Byrd
E.E. Smith
Jack Britt
Pine Forest
Seventy-First
South View
Terry Sanford
Westover


 

For additional information regarding the DoDEA Grants, contact:

Stefanie Shook, M.Ed
DoDEA Grants Project Director
910.678.2454
Fax: 910.678.2493

stefanieshook@ccs.k12.nc.us

 

 

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Published by Stefanie Shook on June 28, 2018
        

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