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  • CHCCS Students Continue to Raise Money to Send WWII Veterans to Normandy for D-Day’s 75th Anniversary

    As part of their ongoing NC to Normandy campaign, Chapel Hill-Carrboro City Schools students and staff hosted a Greatest Generation event on Saturday, February 2 at the North Carolina Botanical Gardens.

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  • Chapel Hill High Fencing Teams Win State Awards

    Jared Elton, a senior at Chapel Hill High School (CHHS), joined the fencing club his freshman year, knowing only a “very rough outline of what went into the sport. Now the four years fencing have paid off for him, and this year became a banner year for both women and men’s teams in club fencing at CHHS. The women finished first in the state, and the men came in third.

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  • CHCCS Students Excel at Learning through Languages Symposium

    On Friday, February 1, the FedEx Global Education Center on UNC campus hosted nearly 100 high school world language students from across North Carolina for the Learning through Languages Research Symposium. Ten of the 36 teams in competition came from Chapel Hill-Carrboro City Schools, and although they didn’t sweep the awards entirely, they made a grand showing.

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  • East Chapel Hill High School Hosts HBCU Fair

    The gym at East Chapel Hill High School transformed into a banner and pennant-filled college fair on Friday afternoon, January 25.The highlighted schools were Historically Black Colleges and Universities, and more than 200 students from local high schools browsed, mingled and even filled out applications on the spot.

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  • McDougle Middle Hosts First TSA-STEM Expo

    Despite the fact that it was a holiday weekend, the first Technology Student Association (TSA) STEM Expo was packed with families for much of the scheduled four hours at McDougle Middle School (MMS) on Saturday, January 19. The Expo got underway at 10:00 a.m., and within an hour, the crowds enjoying the activities and vendor tables were almost at capacity. Not bad, for an inaugural event!

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