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  • Estes Hills Kicks Off Yearlong Birthday Celebration

    The party - 60 years in the making - offered birthday cake for 400, a treasure trove of old yearbooks, food trucks and even a visit from Rameses, the UNC mascot! The kick off celebration of Estes Hills Elementary’s 60th birthday drew hundreds of current and former Eagles on a muggy Friday evening, September 7.

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  • East Chapel Hill High Student Recognized for STEM and Service

    Abia Ahmed wasted no time making her mark at East Chapel Hill High when she began her freshman year in 2015. Chelsey Paulsen, former math teacher, said that Ahmed approached her the second week of school, seeking a mentor and adviser for a club aimed at bridging the gender gap in technology at her new school.

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  • Smith Middle School AVID Students Discover Books to Go

    Eric Zeigler, AVID teacher at Smith Middle School, attended the August 24 Books to Go giveaway at Book Harvest. He returned to Smith with 445 books for his students.

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  • State Releases 2017-18 Accountability Data

    School accountability data was released earlier this week to the State Board of Education. Student achievement results in Chapel Hill-Carrboro City Schools remain among the highest in the state in all major categories.

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  • Stefanie Mazva-Cohen Strives to Help All CHCCS Students

    Stefanie Mazva-Cohen, school social worker at Culbreth Middle School, embodies the prized qualities for mental health professionals: resourcefulness, open-mindedness, empathy and a broad life experience. At the school district’s annual recognition reception in May, she received the CHCCS 2017-18 Exceptional Children Student Services Staff of the Year Award.

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