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Starry background with information about winter break / holiday schedule December 24- January 4, 2019, students return to school on January 7, 2019

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Published by Stephanie McPherson on December 18, 2018

        


snowy background with bare trees, a woman is sitting on the ground with her eyes closed, seems to be meditatingEmotional eating tends to increase over the holidays, so you might try incorporating relaxation techniques into your day to help manage stress. Even something as simple as taking three deep, mindful breaths can help reset your mood.

It’s also more difficult to eat well if you feel deprived by your current eating plan. Use these tactics to make healthy lifestyle changes instead of trying to stick to any particular type of ‘diet.’  Trust that these tips will help you stay on track and allow you to focus on the most important part of the holidays — relaxing and enjoying the festivities with your family and friends. 
Author: Karyn Forsyth Duggan
Visit onemedical.com for more tips on how to stay healthy this holiday season

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Published by Stephanie McPherson on December 18, 2018

        


2018-2019  School Calendar Approved
The Cumberland County Board of Education approved the 2018-2019 schools calendar for those who attend Traditional schools, Year-Round schools, Early College high schools, and Cumberland Polytechnic High School. The calendars have been posted on the District Website.
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Published by Stephanie McPherson on December 18, 2018

        


Make Up DaysDue to Hurricane Florence, students in the Cumberland County Schools (CCS) lost several days of valuable classroom instruction. Earlier this month, the State provided CCS with calendar flexibility, which eliminated the requirement for CCS to make up all of the days missed because of the hurricane. However, in the interest of preserving instructional time for students, the Board voted to approve the following make-up days as full instructional days for students. Previously, some of the days were teacher workdays and two-hour early release days.

Traditional 10-Month Calendar
September 26
October 22        
October 31        
November 21     
December 21    

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