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Bulldog News
Published by Dana Knight on April 10, 2018


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Daily Announcements & Upcoming Events

General Information:

  • Month of the Military Child
    Art Contest  –  Art Contest
  • Summer Enrichment Opportunities!1. North Carolina Central University School of Business Summer Youth Business and Youth Entrepreneurship Academy: Biogen Community Lab Summer Session:
    Research Triangle Park, NC Sessions are available!
  •  Seniors! If your parents, grandparents, etc graduated from Fayetteville High or Terry Sanford please see a senior SGA member for a legacy pin form or come to room 220 3rd period. These forms are due May 11. Sorry siblings, cousins aunts, and uncles don’t count.
  • Attention Seniors! We want to celebrate you! Do you know where you will be attending college in the fall? We want to see those acceptance letters!!! Come by the counseling office with your official letter of acceptance, we will take your picture or bring in a picture and place where you are headed on the Senior brag board! Don’t be shy!! You’ve earned it!!!! Graduation is right around the corner!!! If you turn in your college information and receive an additional graduation ticket.
  • Live United Volunteer Service hours are DUE by April 27 at 4 pm! In order to receive your cord in time for graduation, you must submit your Live United Volunteer Form into Mrs. Wills by Friday, April 27! Forms can be found in the Counseling Office.
  • JUNIORS – don’t forget to turn in your class field trip forms to Mrs. McMillan.  The class trip will be on Monday, April 30. Deadline to turn in your permission form is this Friday.
  • Applications for SUMMER drivers ed sessions are available in the MAIN OFFICE. They are due back to the MAIN OFFICE by MAY 4! Session I runs June 18-July 13 Mondays-Thursdays  8-11 am; 2nd session runs July 17-August 9.
  • SGA will be collecting gently used shoes for homeless people here in Fayetteville. Please drop the shoes off in the collection bin by the main office.
  • Students if you have any prom questions or concerns please see Ms. McMillan in room 5 this week.
  • Prom will be at the Crown from 7 to 11.
  • AIG Sophomore campus tour of Methodist and FSU will be on April 25th.  Cost $3.00. 15 spots available on a first come, first served basis. See Ms. Brady for permission form.
  • If you are interested in the ICON Summer Internship with agencies such as PWC, City of Fayetteville, and CVS to name a few, please come to Guidance for an application during your lunch…Forms must be returned today to Ms. Stevenson or Ms. Brooks in room 53 on the concourse.
  • The 3 on 3 tournament has been rescheduled for May 10. We will have SGA members in the cafeteria the next 2 Wednesdays and Thursdays so players can sign up.
  • Global volunteer hours are due by April 30th.  Forms can be found on the Global bulletin board located in the cafeteria hallway or outside the global office.
  • Interested in running for Student Government?  SGA election forms are outside of room 220 and you have 2 weeks to sign up! Freshman through juniors please come pick those up and get them filled out!
  • It is still not too late to register for FTCC classes for next year – See your counselor for application details. And any Junior or Senior who would like to take summer classes at FTCC – turn in your application now to your counselor.
Athletic Information:

  • Today baseball, softball, and soccer will be home against SVHS. One ticket will cover all three venues!
  • JV and Varsity Fall Cheer Meeting Tuesday, May 1 at 6 pm in the cafeteria.
  • Congratulations to the Bulldog track and field teams that competed at Pine Forest High School yesterday afternoon. Both the boys and girls teams had strong showings and regional qualifiers. On the boys side the 4×200 team of Rico H., Maurice J., Joseph W., and Devon M. ran a time of 1:31.98 a mark that gained them 1st place and qualifies them for the regional meet later this spring. In the 1600 Jack R. took 1st place with a time of 5:02 while Noah W. finished 4th. The 4×100 team came in 1st place. In the 200-meter dash, Rico H. finished in 2nd place with a time of 23.78. Devon M. once again took 1st place in the 110 hurdles finishing the event in a time of 15.51 seconds. In the 3200 Jack and Will R. went 1st and 2nd as they put a huge gap between them and the next finisher. Finally, on the men’s side, Joseph W. won the Long Jump by jumping a distance of 20 feet. On the girl’s side of the competition, Asia W. finished 1st in the long jump by clearing 16 feet 1 inch. Abby C. took 2nd in the discus while qualifying for the regional meet with a throw of 99 feet 4 inches. In the shot put Abby C. again finished 2nd while teammate Hannah L. placed 3rd. In the 1600 lady bulldogs Sophie H., Yvonne H., Marissa M., Maggie H., and Emma M. nearly swept the event as they finished right behind one another to gain 2nd through 6th place. In the 800 freshmen, Yvonne H. and Marissa M. led the team as they gained 1st  and 3rd place for the team, teammate Sophie H. trailed them as she finished in 4th. Sophie H., Yvonne H., Marissa M., and Emma M. once again finished one behind the other as they finished in 1st through 4th place. The last highlight of the meet came when Yvonne H. entered the 400 m400-meter an event she had never competed in before yesterday’s meet. Yvonne stepped up to the challenge and finished in 2nd place with a time of 1:06 to become the lady bulldogs fastest 400-meter runner.
  • The Lacrosse team beat Fuquay 18-0 to improve their record to 8-5. Goals were scored by Mattie D. with 3, Ashley S. with 2, Ashlyn M. with 4, Hannah T. with 3, Grayson B. with 2, Lauren W. and Christine B. and Lainey C. with one.
Club Information:

  • Friends of Rachel club will be meeting at 3:30 tomorrow in room 202. Members will be working on spirit week planning as well as ideas for our kindness wheel. We hope to see old members there as well as some new faces; remember, it’s never too late to join Friends of Rachel club!
  • All students who are competing in the Science Olympiad State Competition this weekend need to have their permission slips and $25 dues turned in to Mrs. Michaud in room 56 by Thursday.
  • Next week FTS will be celebrating Earth Week from Monday, April 23-27. Science teachers will have FUN challenges and AMAZING scientific demonstrations after school each day next week. Come see the sun through a telescope, compete in builder challenges, see 3D printing in action, witness a shark dissection, tie-dye your own shirts and WIN the campus-wide scavenger hunt! To find out more about next week’s events celebrating Earth Week, ask your local science teacher!
  • Wednesday:“You cannot do a kindness too soon, for you never know how soon it can be too late.” – Ralph Waldo Emerson.
 Senior/Scholarship Information:

  • The Victoria Baskett Patient Safety Foundation works to “improve patient safety by educating patients and families on the importance of finding their voice.”As you know, part of our non-profit donations funds biannual scholarships for students studying to with hopes of entering the healthcare field. If you could send this to all of the guidance counselors again, I would greatly appreciate it.Here is a link to my website:!scholarship/v2druThe application is not extremely extensive and is on the website. Here is some information: The Victoria Baskett Patient Safety Foundation’s mission is “To improve patient safety by educating patients and families on the importance of finding their voices.” The Four I’s of the Foundation are inspire, inform, innovate, and improve. Scholarships are awarded to students hoping to enter the healthcare field.The deadline for the Fall 2018 scholarship application: May 1st, 2018. No applications will be reviewed after that date.
    Only completed applications will be considered. Do not leave items blank.
    Please attach your letter of recommendation (from a non-relative individual) to your application in PDF form.
    No additional documentation will be accepted or reviewed.Submit your application form with the letter of recommendation to should follow the Victoria Baskett Patient Safety Foundation on Instagram and Twitter, as well as “like” the page on Facebook if they have social media accounts.
  • VFP Peace Scholarship – Deadline: April 25th!
    Check the link for more information!  2018 VFP Peace Scholarship is open to students who are planning careers in pursuit of a world of social justice and equity. Award Amount: $2,250. Deadline: April 25, 2018 Applicants can get more information through the given link:
  • Community Concerts of Fayetteville Music Scholarship
    Amount: $1,500 Deadline: May 1st at 6pmPlease see attached application for criteria and submission details. Limited paper copies are available in the Counseling Office.
    Community Concerts of Fay Scholarship
  • The Fayetteville/Cumberland County Ministerial Council has announced ten (10) scholarships for Cumberland County High School seniors. The scholarship application form can be found at the following website:
    Select “Scholarship” from the menu on the left side of the webpage. Deadline: Monday, May 7, 2018
    These scholarship opportunities are supported by our annual MLK Breakfast.

  • The NC State chapter of the Sigma Phi Epsilon fraternity is offering 4 one-time scholarships in the amounts of $1,000, $500, $150 and $100 to incoming freshmen men for the 2018 academic year!As a valued partner in education, we need your help in getting the word out about these scholarships. Will you please add this information to your scholarship page and pass it along to the graduating male seniors at your school who will be attending NC State for the Fall 2018 semester?SigEp is a leadership organization that will award over $225,000 at 180 campuses across the country through the Balanced Man Scholarship this year. Our mission is to Build Balanced Men and our goal is to reward men who exemplify the qualities of a Sound Mind and a Sound Body, as we believe these are two ideals essential to leading a balanced life.To qualify for the Balanced Man Scholarship, incoming students must submit an application by June 29th, 2018 and enroll full-time at NC State for the 2018 term. Applicants can apply online at: Applicants have no obligation to join or affiliate with SigEp to be eligible for the scholarship.
  • Girls of Grace
    Jeremiah twenty 9 eleven Scholarship
    My name is Kendra Conyers and I am originally from Fayetteville, NC where I graduated high school. I now reside in Atlanta, GA and the nonprofit organization I founded is hosting its first annual scholarship ceremony in Fayetteville, NC on May 5th from 12pm-3pm. We are looking to reward 2 male and 2 female graduating seniors in the Cumberland County area with a $500 scholarship to college in the fall of 2018. If you could please help us get the word out to the seniors planning to attend college that would be greatly appreciated!For more information please visit
  • Cumberland County Farm Bureau Federation: William E. “Bill” Tew Scholarship (“new”), Gordon M. Williams Scholarship and J. McNatt Gillis ScholarshipCreated in memory of Gordon M. Williams/J. McNatt Gillis and in honor of William E. “Bill” Tew Jr. by the members of Cumberland County Farm Bureau Federation, Inc. to honor their leadership and service to farmers in Cumberland County, NC.Eligibility: Students must meet ALL of these requirements in order to submit an application:
    * Graduating seniors from any Cumberland County, NC high school,
    * Children or grandchildren of current members of the Cumberland County Farm Bureau Federation, Inc.,
    * Unweighted grade point average of at least 2.5,
    * Will matriculate as a full-time student at an accredited community college, college, or university within six months of the application datePriorities: The Scholarship Selection Committee will consider the following priorities:
    * Attending a Land Grant University: NC State University or NC A&T University
    * Studying agriculture
    * Current member of Future Farmers of America or 4-H, local or state
    * Entry in an agricultural fair or show at a County or State level or a Natural Resources Conservation Service event.Three awards are available for $2,000 each. They are non-renewable.To apply for these scholarships, go to We have online applications only. Applicants will have the opportunity to upload transcripts and Student Aid Reports and to notify their references via email.The deadline for the scholarship applications and supporting documentation is Friday, March 30, 2018, at 11:59 PM.
  • Stephen and Marie B. Houston Scholarship
    Deadline: May 21st, 2018Criteria: Must graduate from FTS and attend UNC-Chapel Hill in the Fall 2018. This application sheet and essay must be turned in by the deadline! Stephen Marie B Houston Memorial Scholarship Fund Application
  • CCS Future Educators Program  – CCS Future Endeavors
  • Masonic Organization here in the Fayetteville, Community called “Edward Evans Consistory 196″One of many things that we do to support our community is awarding a $500 to $1000 to a deserving graduating High school Teenager.The way we raised money is through our annual dues, donations, and fundraisers.The Student must complete the packet and mailing instructions are provided. The Student would be required to attend the banquet along with a guardian so we can present the check to the Student and Parent. Attending the Banquet is free of course no charge for tickets or meals. Once selected the Awardee will be notified of the date, time and location.
    Masonic Temple Scholarship
  • Nancy H. Blackmon Legacy Scholarship
    Deadline: May 2, 2018Criteria:
    -must be a senior at Terry Sanford HS
    -be a child or grandchild of a Fayetteville High School or Terry Sanford HS alumnus
    -demonstrate FTS Bulldog spirit through the involvement in school and community activities, and complete an essay that expresses what being a Bulldog legacy means to them.Applications are attached below and some copies are available in the Counseling Office.  –  NHB Scholarship App
  • Seniors, new scholarship opportunities have been posted in Edmodo. Don’t miss out on a chance to get college paid for! The code for the Edmodo page is in the Counseling Office on the Scholarship Board.
  • Seniors if you have received acceptance letters and/or scholarship offers and letters from the colleges and universities you have applied to, please make sure you get copies to your counselor. This information will be on display as well as logged in our scholarship report!
  • Mark your calendars for the eighth annual College Fair. This is a great opportunity to learn about academic programs, financial aid, registration requirements as well as the enrollment process. CACRAO. College Fair
  • Seniors who are applying to a college or university which require a counselor or teacher recommendation-remember that you will need to give a copy of a resume to your counselor and/or teacher so that they may write a recommendation for you. Counselors and teachers are receiving email notifications to submit recommendations online-but students have not submitted a copy of their resume to this individual. There are worksheet resumes in the counseling department for your convenience to fill out and leave with your counselor. There is also a Google Form that students can utilize on the Terry Sanford website. See the Student Services page under Forms…Student Recommendations Form.
  • It’s that time of year again to engage some of the seniors about the amazing Scholarship Opportunities available through the Horatio Alger Association. Currently, two $25,000 National Scholarships and twelve $10,000 state scholarships are available to NC graduating seniors, in addition to the new $2,500 CTE Scholarships for students who will attend a Technical or Community College.
  • NC State University
    College of EngineeringEngineering 2+2 Transfer Program at UNC Wilmington
    -A unique partnership between NC State and UNCW
    -Students complete the first two years of an undergraduate engineering degree at UNCW and then transfer to NC State to complete the degree in one of the 17-degree programs.
    -This program provides students an alternative pathway for admission to the NC State College of Engineering
  • Student-Athletes interested in playing in college? Attached is some information you may find useful in registering with the NCAA Clearinghouse!  NCAA Information
  • Attention all SOPHOMORES!  NC School of Science & Mathematics. Attached is information from our visit from Andrew Huggins, Admissions Counselor at NCSSM .
  • SunTrust Off to College Scholarship Sweepstakes
    30 winners will be chosen at random for a chance to win a $500 scholarship to help cover education expenses.
    –High school seniors or college undergraduates (no GPA or financial need requirement)Enter now at


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