CUMBERLAND COUNTY, N.C. (WTVD) -- Cumberland County students who attend school on the traditional calendar will head back to class on Monday, August 28.
With an enrollment of more than 50,000, the school district is the fifth largest in North Carolina, according to Cumberland County Schools (CCS) website. Student enrollment also includes children whose parents are in the military at Fort Liberty and Pope Air Field.
Teachers and staff have been getting schools and classrooms ready to welcome the kiddos back. And, now it's go time!
If your child rides the bus, they're asked to be at their designated bus stop five minutes early. Parents and caregivers can track the school bus via the Here Comes the Bus App.
CCS posts the school lunch menu monthly. They have to follow the USDA guidelines for menu options.
- Need to apply for free/reduced lunch for your child click here
- To put money on your child's lunch account click here
All students must have the required vaccines 30 days after school starts. Here's a look at the NCDHHSS list of required immunizations by grade level
Here's a quick link to see the school calendar that includes holidays, early release dates and teacher workdays
The main office for Cumberland County Schools is located at 2465 Gillespie Street in Fayetteville; Phone: 910-678-2300
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