Top Bar
           
Bottom Bar

sticky note with red thumbtack and lettering of Important InformationWe are excited to announce the May edition of our Parent Newsletter with information from our principal, details about closing out the school year, report cards, graduation for the class of 2020, returning items to school, picking up instruments, picking up medications and cleaning out lockers.

Reid Ross Parent Newsletter

.........................................................................................................................................
Published by Angel Hoggard on May 21, 2020

        


Group Of High School Students In Class Using LaptopsAll exams will be administered online this year. Students will receive a “ticket” from College Board / AP Services via email to take their exam. The following link provides dates, times, and subjects.

Advanced Placement Exam Schedule 2020

.........................................................................................................................................
Published by Angel Hoggard on April 30, 2020

        


Middle and High School Course Selection Guides

The School Course Selection Guide gives listed descriptions of the courses offered in the Cumberland County Schools. Course selection should be a carefully planned process following the steps outlined in the “How to Use This Guide” section of the guide. Consideration should be taken that not every course is presently being taught at each high school, therefore, students should consult the course listings provided at their particular school.

2020-2021 Middle School Course Selection Guide

2020-2021 High School Course Selection Guide

.........................................................................................................................................
Published by Angel Hoggard on March 4, 2020

        


Full length of friends holding placards spelling volunteer on campusLive United Volunteer Program

The Cumberland County Schools has partnered with the United Way of Cumberland County to create a countywide volunteer program that will enable all students to serve their community and give them exposure to community programs and resources. The goal of this project is to increase student opportunities for community service in order to provide invaluable experience and meet college application requirements. Students earning a specific number of hours will earn a service cord at graduation.

CCS’ Live United Volunteer Program Website

.........................................................................................................................................
Published by Angel Hoggard on February 28, 2020

        


Image of student sitting at desk with a laptop and a male teacher with caption of Every Minute Counts, from start to finish class time matters

.........................................................................................................................................
Published by Angel Hoggard on February 22, 2020

        


Image of Christin Etchison, Assistant Principal

Christin Etchison

Mrs. Christin Etchison, one of our assistant principals at RRCS, is one of twenty assistant principals in all of Cumberland County to get into the LEAD program for the 2019-2020 school year in Cumberland County. It is a great honor to be in this program and we know she will continue doing great things for our school community. We are so proud of her!

.........................................................................................................................................
Published by Trinity Staton on February 20, 2020