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  • SCHOOL SUPPLY DRIVE
    Did you know the average family spends $100 in the fall to buy school supplies for their children? We are so lucky here at Carrboro Elementary to have our annual School Supply drive. Paper, pencils, gluesticks, wipes, crayons, colored pencils and folders to name a few of the items purchased by CES PTA funding. No classroom lists or waiting in lines. Its all done for you! To ensure our staff has the funds to purchase supplies, please donate today at our square site here.

    *Recommended donation is $30 for one child, in addition you can also make a donation for a family in need.

    Buy School Supplies Here

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  • Eugenia Floyd Named 2020-21 Regional Teacher of the Year

    Eugenia Floyd, fourth grade teacher at Scroggs Elementary School, and 2020-21 Chapel Hill-Carrboro City Schools Teacher of the Year, has been named one of nine North Carolina Regional Teachers of the Year. She will advance to the competition for 2021 Burroughs Wellcome Fund North Carolina Teacher of the Year.

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  • 2020 EC Educator of Excellence Announced

    Each year, the N.C. Department of Public Instruction’s Exceptional Children Division honors an “Exceptional Children (EC) Educator of Excellence,” and the 2020 award for CHCCS goes to Ashley Hudson, speech-language pathologist (SLP).

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  • Board Elects New Chair and Vice Chair

    At its December 3 Special Call Meeting, the Chapel Hill-Carrboro City Schools Board of Education elected Dr. Jillian La Serna as its new chair, and Deon Temne as vice chair.

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  • Carrboro Elementary Hosts Citizen Science Series

    Samantha Nguyen, Academically and Intellectually Gifted teacher at Carrboro Elementary School, recognizes the opportunities teachers have to connect their students to the community more broadly during this time when so much communication is virtual. She has developed a program called Citizen Scientist Series, allowing CES students to interact and learn from local scientists.

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  • November is Career Development Month

    The process to educate CHCCS students about their career options and development may start earlier and offer far more resources than many parents, and even staff, know. What better time to showcase the numerous paths toward career exploration and preparation than this month, Career Development Month. And the education professionals who oversee this process are the creative and dedicated career development coordinators (CDC’s) in our high schools.

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