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  • Focusing on Staff Wellness at FPGB in the "Zen Den"

    “Zen Den”. The words conjure all sorts of possibilities. If you close your eyes, imagine the calm and quiet, then you’ve begun to envision the newly reconfigured space at Frank Porter Graham Bilingüe Elementary School. The FPGB “Zen Den” is now open all day, every day for teachers and staff to seize a few minutes of respite and serenity.

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  • October is Cybersecurity Awareness Month

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  • National Merit Scholar Semifinalists Announced for 2022

    On September 15, the National Merit Scholarship Corporation announced approximately 16,000 Semifinalists in the National Merit Scholarship Program. Twenty-eight Chapel Hill-Carrboro City Schools students earned Semifinalist awards, representing Carrboro High School, Chapel Hill High School and East Chapel Hill High School.

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  • For the 15th Year, the Public School Foundation and East Rotary Provide School Supplies to Teachers

    For 15 years, the Chapel Hill-Carrboro Public School Foundation and East Chapel Hill Rotary Club have partnered to kick off the school year by hosting a supply store with much needed school supplies for teachers. The past two years have brought many challenges as the event has been reconfigured as COVID-safe. But on the morning of August 19, a team of PSF and Rotary members and community volunteers carried out the annual event of giving school supplies to grateful teachers across the district.

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  • Chapel Hill HS "Proconian" Publishes PSF-Funded Series

    A 2019 Public School Foundation grant awarded to Chapel Hill High School journalism teacher, Stephen Head, serves as a perfect example of the flexibility required for so many projects impacted by the pandemic. Head wrote the grant application to bring in a professional journalist as a guest teacher, with the goal of writing a series of "Proconian" stories about the lives of the workers constructing the new buildings at CHHS. More than 18 months after the original project was funded, the series, “Covid-19 Stories,” became one about how the coronavirus pandemic affected various individuals.

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