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'Need to Know' Updates for the Week of May 22, 2022

EOC/EOG Student Reports Available on PowerSchool
If your student is in grades 3-12 and took an End-of-Course (EOC) or an End-of-Grade (EOG) assessment this spring, you now can log into PowerSchool through the parent portal to see an Individual Student Report (ISR) of your student’s score(s). To view electronic copies of the ISR in PowerSchool, log into PowerSchool through a web browser Once on the website, click on State Test Reports in the left-hand menu bar. The ISR is not viewable on the PowerSchool app.
2022-2023 Proposed Budget 
For the 2022-2023 school year, the Cumberland County Board of Education is requesting an increase of $5.1 million in local funding from the Cumberland County Board of Commissioners.The majority of the local funding request focuses on investing in our premier professionals and implementing critical cost-of-living increases and anticipated legislative salary increases. By investing in our premier professionals, we are investing in the success of our students. Their work directly impacts the success and, ultimately, the trajectory of our students’ lives.
To learn more about the proposed budget and public feedback opportunities, visit

Summer Meals Program
 Summer break is here and the time has come to think about keeping children healthy while school is out. Cumberland County Schools’ Child Nutrition Services provides free meals to children during the summer. This summer, meals will be served  on a first come first serve basis from Monday through Thursday, starting June 6 through July 28. There are no income requirements or registration. Meals must be consumed at the site location. Anyone age 18 or younger may receive a free meal. For a list of summer meal sites and times, visit the CCS Website. For additional information, call 910-678-2502.

DON'T FORGET: Choice Application Reopens May 31
The Choice application is scheduled to re-open beginning Tuesday, May 31 for Cumberland Academy K-5, Cumberland Academy 6-12, Massey Hill Classical High School, Montclair Elementary School (Kindergarten only) Owen Elementary School (Kindergarten only), Reid Ross Classical Middle and High School (Grades 6 -12) and Seventy-First Classical Middle School. Families will have up until May 31 to determine which program best suits them and their child.