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  • Culbreth Students Encounter the "Reality of Money"

    The media center at Culbreth Middle School transformed recently into a Financial Planning boot camp, courtesy of the Carrboro branch State Employees’ Credit Union (SECU), a cadre of engaged, sometimes amused parent volunteers, six SECU employees and a rotation of school staff. It takes a big village to teach “The Reality of Money” to several hundred eighth grade students on a single day.

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  • CHCCS Holds Swearing-In for School Board Members

    Three new school board members and one re-elected member were sworn in at the December 5 meeting at Lincoln Center.

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  • Former Tiger Returns to CHHS to Discuss Life at Facebook

    Sophia Anopa, a 2013 graduate, came back to Chapel Hill High School for a “pay it forward” visit on November 26. An ambitious and disciplined student during the early years of the Academy of Information Technology at CHHS, Anopa agreed to offer a “Life at Facebook” presentation for Curtis Crews’ Web Design class, with Jennifer Walker’s Network Engineering class joining in.

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  • Shock Language Provides a Jolt of Learning at Ephesus Elementary

    Fifth grade students at Ephesus Elementary School (EES) experienced an hour of powerful and provocative learning on the morning of December 10, when they stepped across the threshold of a familiar classroom to encounter an unfamiliar “Shock Language” space.

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  • Carrboro Elementary Presents "We Were Kids"

    A lifelong member of this community, Carolyn Briggs, engaged an audience of more than 100 parents, students and educators at Carrboro Elementary School for an evening presentation on November 21, “We Were Kids,” a look back at the Civil Rights activism by local youth in the 1960’s.

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