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  • Third Scholastic Support Center Opens to Serve CHCCS Elementary Students

    After much district and community-wide planning over the summer, two Scholastic Support Centers opened in early September in collaboration with the YMCA of the Triangle and the Town of Chapel Hill. On October 12, a third center opened at University United Methodist Church with the addition of a broad coalition of faith based organizations at the helm.

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  • Glenwood Mandarin Dual-Language Students Celebrate Mid-Autumn Festival

    The Chinese Mid-Autumn Festival traditionally falls on the fifteenth day of the eighth month in the Chinese lunar calendar. This year’s Festival was celebrated on October 1, and the Mandarin dual-language students at Glenwood Elementary School engaged in many activities to learn more about the holiday.

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  • Carrboro High School Seniors Create "My Little Pantry"

    In 2019, Dhara Buebel and other students traveled with Carrboro High School’s social studies teacher, Matt Cone to meet with philanthropist, Howard Buffett. Now a senior, Buebel said the conversation with Buffett impacted her in many ways, especially learning about the prevalence of food insecurity in the U.S. “It was a part of the discussion that really stuck with me,” she said. “So when I had some extra time in the spring, I was looking mainly for service opportunities related to food insecurity.”

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  • Two Chapel Hill High School Coaches Win Top State Awards

    Chapel Hill High School can boast of not one, but two North Carolina State High School Coaches of the Year, with Joan Nesbit Mabe winning for Men’s Cross Country and Greg Zoltners for Men's Swimming and Diving. Both Mabe and Zoltners coached their teams to state 2019-2020 titles.

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  • Two Elementary Schools Innovate Their Library Book Distributions

    In the ongoing efforts to help as many CHCCS students as possible access library books, a few schools have recently instituted curbside pickup as an extension of the media centers’ service. The media specialists at two dual-language elementary schools, Carrboro and Frank Porter Graham Bilingue have taken their outreach to even greater levels to ensure wider availability of books for all their students.

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