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Featuring eight weekly themes, three locations, daily snacks, and two weekly field trips! Open to children entering 1st grade through age 12. Prime Time Summer Camp will be held at C. Wayne Collier, Mary McArthur, and Howard Hall elementary schools. Camp will run June 11 – August 3 from 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. AM Extended Care and PM Extended Care will be available for an additional fee. For more information call 910.678.2451 or register online at www.ezchildtrack.com/ccsprimetime/parent.

The Cumberland County Schools and the Cumberland County Public Library and Information Center are sponsoring the Cumberland County Coding Camp! This camp is open to Cumberland County Schools’ students ages 12-17 and is completely FREE for students! Materials and supplies will be provided along with lunch and snacks.

Specific dates, times, locations, and age ranges for each session are listed below. The completed Coding Camp Application is required for participation. Slots are limited! Sign up early to secure your place. Transportation may be provided upon request if students live within a district radius of the campsite.

The Arts Education Program of Cumberland County Schools is pleased to offer two summer workshops for band and orchestra students. The summer music workshops are open to all band and orchestra students in grades five through twelve, who have successfully completed one year of instruction.

The workshops are designed to provide challenging opportunities for instrumental students to enhance their knowledge of music within an ability-level group experience. Cost for either workshop is $50.00. Students and parents will need to arrange daily transportation.

Fayetteville Technical Community College (FTCC) is offering Summerscapes classes for kids from June-August. Class offerings include but are not limited to: academics, art, cooking, gardening and outdoor fun, technology, and so much more. FTCC can offer these self-supporting courses only during the summer, so take advantage of these enjoyable, inexpensive learning opportunities for your child. Students ages 10-16 may participate.

The Fayetteville State University 2018 Biomedical Science Summer Camp (BSSC) will be held Sunday, June 17 through Friday, June 22. The aim of the residential, one-week summer camp is to enhance students’ critical thinking skills in math, biomedical sciences, and technology. Campers will be involved in intensive hands-on, enrichment and team building activities. Additionally, the camp will take a day-long field trip to learn more about the applications of Biomedical Science. Finally, students take a comprehensive examination of materials covered throughout the week at the end of the camp. The culmination of the camp is the Closing Ceremony, where campers will make presentations on what they learned during the week. Family and Friends are invited. The cost of the camp per student is $350, which includes the $50 application/ processing fee. The Application/Processing fee is waived for all payments made in full by May 1, 2018. Housing and meals are provided to camp participants.

What do a hammer and nails, knots, shapes, and line designs have in common? They are all ways you can express your creativity through math and art. Learn to use a hammer and nails to create cool name boards with string, tie knots to create friendship bracelets, crochet fun shapes, and so much more! Leave with an awesome piece of art to show off to your family and friends.

The Cumberland County School Nutrition Association (CCSNA) is proud to announce the success of the third annual Sunshine Bag Program. The program provides a ‘Sunshine Bag’ containing non-perishable foods and other products to homeless and severe needs students to aid them during Spring Break since the students do not have access to the support offered at school, including school meals. The association distributed 750 ‘Sunshine Bags’ to students this year.

“The Sunshine Bags are an effort to aid students that rely on school meals as a primary source of nourishment during Spring Break,” said Renee Autry, CCSNA President, and Terry Sanford High Cafeteria Manager. “It is our way of extending our care for the students beyond the cafeteria.” The association, comprised of Cumberland County Schools’ cafeteria employees, conducted fundraisers, solicited community support and collected donations to help fill the bags. As students begin enjoying the benefits of their bags during Spring Break 2018, CCSNA members have already begun planning for the next Sunshine Bag Program.