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  • CHHS Ethics Bowl Team Finishes Strong

    When Americans typecast the country’s high school students, philosophers and ethicists probably rank low on the list of categories. Yet CHCCS high school students have taken two of the last three titles in the NC High School Ethics Bowl. East Chapel Hill High School won in 2019, and this year, a team of seven students from Chapel Hill High School won the school’s first state championship and placed 12th out of 26 teams nationally.

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  • April is the Month to Celebrate Occupational Therapists

    Under the umbrella of the Exceptional Children Department, various teams of support staff provide crucial services to students, from Speech-Language Pathologists (SLP) to Autism Specialists, Physical Therapists (PT) and Occupational Therapists (OT). April is the month to celebrate OT’s, and CHCCS students, families and staff benefit daily from a team of 12 OT’s, in addition to Jennifer Radzik, the Lead Occupational/Physical Therapist.

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  • Eugenia Floyd Wins NC’s Top Teaching Honor

    Eugenia Floyd, a CHCCS fourth-grade teacher at Mary Scroggs Elementary School was named the 2021 Burroughs Wellcome Fund North Carolina Teacher of the Year during an awards luncheon today at the Umstead Hotel in Cary. Floyd was selected from a field of nine finalists representing the state’s eight education districts and charter schools.

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  • ECHHS Lacrosse Dominates End of NCHSAA Season

    Despite numerous, significant obstacles for high school sports teams in their efforts to persevere and even excel during a pandemic year, both of the lacrosse teams at East Chapel Hill High School played in the NCHSAA championship games on March 27. The women’s team capped off an amazing season by triumphing over Weddington High School by a score of 14-8. The men’s team fell in their title game, losing to Marvin Ridge High School, 14-6. But what a way to celebrate lacrosse success -- seeing both teams battle it out for their respective championships!

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  • Carrboro High School Theatre IV Students Go Virtual

    On March 24, STU Productions at Carrboro High School (CHS) presented a livestream of “Screen Time”, a series of seven short scenes written, produced and directed by seniors in the Honors Theatre IV class. The performances, which were made available through a pay-what-you-can donation, streamed on YouTube through March 31. Tied together by the thread of COVID 19, the scenes explore themes including separation, understanding and friendship.

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