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  • East Chapel Hill Student Wins National Scholastic Art Award

    Jihee Seo, a senior at East Chapel Hill High School (ECHHS), learned on March 13 that her illustration, "Walk through Chapel Hill," has won a National Silver Medal in the Scholastic Arts and Writing competition.

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  • Estes Hills Community Looks for the Good

    From February 11 to February 22, EHES participated in the nationally recognized “Look for the Good” gratitude campaign, but it’s already evident the impact and deeper sense of connection and positivity will last far beyond 10 days.

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  • Scrabble Tournament Reveals Growing Excitement for an Old Game

    On Saturday, March 9, at Seawell Elementary (SES), 16 pairs of Scrabble players competed for the top prize at the NC School Scrabble Tournament during an all-day event. The winning pair, brothers Rubens and Thomas Shundi from SES and Smith Middle (SMS), won all five games against the competition, which came from as far away as Charlotte.

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  • McDougle Elementary School Students Create Face Jugs

    At McDougle Elementary School (MES), a favorite arts integration project during the study of fourth grade North Carolina history is the creation of ceramic face jugs. Each year, as students learn about aspects of the state’s culture, they spend five weeks building and painting face jugs, extending their own connections to a centuries old art form.

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  • MMS AVID Students Win Black History Knowledge Bowl

    For the eleventh year, all four middle schools in Chapel Hill-Carrboro City Schools (CHCCS) sent teams of AVID students to the Black History Knowledge Bowl, hosted by the local chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority (AKA). This year the bowl took place on Feb. 23 at Carol Woods Retirement Community, and for the second year in a row, McDougle Middle School (MMS) brought home the first place trophy.

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