Harnett County Schools

January 10, 2011 by USA Post 

Harnett County Schools, Months of planning will end today, December 14 that the Lady Camels will host their first Education Day in the creek. 2,800 fifth graders in Sampson County, Harnett County and Clinton school systems and those of Cape Fear Christian Academy in Erwin will descend on the campus of Campbell for a full day of learning and fun.

The day begins with students arriving and enjoying Campbell Cheerleaders Pep Rally by CU and Gaylord, with the women’s basketball Camel with music, dance and light show. After the rally to encourage the students alternately by three training sessions consisting of a meeting of mathematics and geography, physical education session and a campus visit.

With the mathematics part and geography, students learn about different countries around the world that athletes several CU students tell about their homelands such as Sweden and Finland and is part mathematics is to calculate using various statistical problems Lady Camel season that counts.

In the part of physical education, students will have an explosion of participation in line dancing in the gym McCall and end the practice learning session with a campus tour and all that CU has to offer students.

After the teaching sessions, students will be having lunch before coming to appreciate the action of basketball as the Lady Camels will host the Eagles of North Carolina Central University with tip off set for 11:45. The day is set to be a great experience for all who are able to participate.

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