Good things at Cumberland elementary


Courtesy photos Seventh- and eighth-grade students at Cumberland Elementary School recently participated in “College Readiness” classes sponsored by the CES Family Resource and Youth Service Center and the Southeast Kentucky Community & Technical College Area Health Education Center. These classes are designed to help students set goals toward a better education and a career path.


Sixth- through eighth-graders at Cumberland Elementary School participated in “Sensitivity to Aging” classes recently sponsored by the CES Family Resource and Youth Service Center (FRYSC) and the Southeast Kentucky Community & Technical College’s Area Health Education Center program. This program helps students understand the aging process and hopefully to be more considerate of older people. In addition, the program encourages students to consider the choices they make while they are young affects them as they age.


Cumberland Elementary School students recently attended a program about self-esteem, bullying and behavior by the “Silly Saints” from Indiana. This program is brought to the schools free of charge and sponsored by the Cumberland Elementary School Family Resource and Youth Service Center (FRYSC) each year.


Courtesy photos

Seventh- and eighth-grade students at Cumberland Elementary School recently participated in “College Readiness” classes sponsored by the CES Family Resource and Youth Service Center and the Southeast Kentucky Community & Technical College Area Health Education Center. These classes are designed to help students set goals toward a better education and a career path.

Sixth- through eighth-graders at Cumberland Elementary School participated in “Sensitivity to Aging” classes recently sponsored by the CES Family Resource and Youth Service Center (FRYSC) and the Southeast Kentucky Community & Technical College’s Area Health Education Center program. This program helps students understand the aging process and hopefully to be more considerate of older people. In addition, the program encourages students to consider the choices they make while they are young affects them as they age.

Cumberland Elementary School students recently attended a program about self-esteem, bullying and behavior by the “Silly Saints” from Indiana. This program is brought to the schools free of charge and sponsored by the Cumberland Elementary School Family Resource and Youth Service Center (FRYSC) each year.

Courtesy photos Seventh- and eighth-grade students at Cumberland Elementary School recently participated in “College Readiness” classes sponsored by the CES Family Resource and Youth Service Center and the Southeast Kentucky Community & Technical College Area Health Education Center. These classes are designed to help students set goals toward a better education and a career path.
http://harlandaily.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/web1_College-Readiness.jpgCourtesy photos Seventh- and eighth-grade students at Cumberland Elementary School recently participated in “College Readiness” classes sponsored by the CES Family Resource and Youth Service Center and the Southeast Kentucky Community & Technical College Area Health Education Center. These classes are designed to help students set goals toward a better education and a career path.

Sixth- through eighth-graders at Cumberland Elementary School participated in “Sensitivity to Aging” classes recently sponsored by the CES Family Resource and Youth Service Center (FRYSC) and the Southeast Kentucky Community & Technical College’s Area Health Education Center program. This program helps students understand the aging process and hopefully to be more considerate of older people. In addition, the program encourages students to consider the choices they make while they are young affects them as they age.
http://harlandaily.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/web1_Sensitivity-to-Aging.jpgSixth- through eighth-graders at Cumberland Elementary School participated in “Sensitivity to Aging” classes recently sponsored by the CES Family Resource and Youth Service Center (FRYSC) and the Southeast Kentucky Community & Technical College’s Area Health Education Center program. This program helps students understand the aging process and hopefully to be more considerate of older people. In addition, the program encourages students to consider the choices they make while they are young affects them as they age.

Cumberland Elementary School students recently attended a program about self-esteem, bullying and behavior by the “Silly Saints” from Indiana. This program is brought to the schools free of charge and sponsored by the Cumberland Elementary School Family Resource and Youth Service Center (FRYSC) each year.
http://harlandaily.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/web1_Anti-Bullying.jpgCumberland Elementary School students recently attended a program about self-esteem, bullying and behavior by the “Silly Saints” from Indiana. This program is brought to the schools free of charge and sponsored by the Cumberland Elementary School Family Resource and Youth Service Center (FRYSC) each year.
comments powered by Disqus