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Cumberland County Public Schools held a New Teacher Institute for all teachers new to the school division. The Institute was held on Monday, July 31, 2017, and August 1, 2017. New teachers received an introduction to CUCPS, had an opportunity to view their classrooms and meet with their administrators, were issued laptops, were given an overview of technology resources, were assigned mentors, and were taken on a tour of the County. New teachers also participated in the Opening of School Mini Conference, held on Thursday, August 3, 2017.

CUCPS Holds New Teacher Institute

Cumberland County Public Schools held a New Teacher Institute for all teachers new to the school division. The Institute was held on Monday, July 31, 2017, and August 1, 2017. New teachers received an introduction to CUCPS, had an opportunity to view their classrooms and meet with their administrators, were issued laptops, were given an overview of technology resources, were assigned mentors, and were taken on a tour of the County. New teachers also participated in the Opening of School Mini Conference, held on Thursday, August 3, 2017.

 New Cumberland Elementary School teachers include the following: Kathy McCutcheon (Early Childhood Special Education), Victoria Davis (Elementary Reading), Kari Hare (Third Grade Reading), Megan Crump (First Grade), and Sarah Bailey (Third Grade).

New Cumberland Middle School teachers include the following: FRONT ROW:  Jennifer Hendricks (Virginia Studies), Kimberly Price-Chambers (Mathematics), and Kristen Mosley (Art). BACK ROW:  Lynde Roberts (Library/Media Specialist), Sheri Jordan (Special Education), Takia Williams (Seventh Grade Science), Bobby Hurt (Special Education), and Bruce Cook (Science). Not pictured are Jonathan Horne (Eighth Grade Mathematics), Sarah Rowley (Fifth & Sixth Grade Mathematics), and Sabrina Walker (Eighth Grade Mathematics).

New Cumberland High School faculty members include the following: Dakota Daves (Agriculture) and Jamaal Artis (Health & Physical Education). Not pictured are David Muncy (Mathematics) and Crystal Paulette (Special Education).

 

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