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  • Scroggs Elementary Students Create Civil Rights Mural

    Every year, Sarah Cornette’s art students at Scroggs Elementary School produce a school-wide social justice project, and this year, they collaborated on a colorful and absorbing mural that illustrates their reflections on identity and civil rights.

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  • Phillips Middle School's Kaleigh Vogan Honored with Exceptional Children Educator of Excellence Award

    To meet Kaleigh Vogan is to encounter one of the brightest stars in the Chapel Hill-Carrboro galaxy; overused as the saying might be, Vogan truly shines, day in and day out. Her powerful impact and gifts as an Exceptional Children (EC) teacher at Phillips Middle School earned her the 2018 award as Exceptional Children Educator of Excellence.

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  • Sandy Hook Promise Leads CHCCS Trainings

    On Monday, October 22, a Sandy Hook Promise (SHP) trainer arrived from Los Angeles to conduct two overflowing sessions to CHCCS social workers, counselors, nurses and other support staff. Brandon Rainey led the trainings of the two workshops, "Start with Hello" and "Say Something."

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  • Chapel Hill High School's Tim Rinehart to Participate in All-National Honor Ensemble

    Timothy Rinehart from Chapel Hill High School will join other talented music students from across the United States as the “best of the best” for the National Association for Music Education’s (NAfME) 2018 All-National Honor Ensembles, November 25-28 in Orlando, Florida.

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  • Chapel Hill-Carrboro City Schools Celebrate LIGHTS on AFTERSCHOOL

    In response to the question, “Why do we need after-school?” many students shared, “To have fun!” or “Where would we go if our parents work?” Those answers capture just two of the essential goals of the elementary After-School programs in the district. Scott Fearrington, director of Community Schools said, "After-School has been an essential part of the CHCCS district for over 30 years and continues to provide a safe environment for elementary students to participate in structured, as well as free choice, activities." This year, 781 students are enrolled in the program at the district’s 11 elementary schools.

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