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  • CHCCS Honors Staff at Virtual Annual Recognition Reception

    Brian Link of East Chapel Hill High, was named the Chapel Hill-Carrboro City Schools (CHCCS) Teacher of the Year at the virtual annual Recognition Reception on May 26.

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  • Carrboro HS and CHHS Men's Tennis Teams Win State Titles

    Despite the extraordinary challenges presented by the pandemic since March 2020, CHCCS athletics programs have truly put on a display of strength and excellence. The latest representatives came from Chapel Hill High School and Carrboro High School. On May 15 their Men’s Tennis teams won the NCHSAA 2A and 3A state championships, as well as the individual titles, by Aidan Chung and Dennis Perumov.

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  • Chapel Hill High School Visual Artist Wins National Recognition

    In this year's annual PTA Reflections Arts competition, two of the 10 NC winners who advanced to National Awards came from CHCCS. Chloe Viviers, a student at Chapel Hill High School, created "I Matter Because My Roots Run Deep." Next week, hear from Katarina Rosario-Soto, a choreographer from McDougle Elementary School. The national award recipients were chosen from nearly 900 submissions. The theme this year was "I Matter Because ..."

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  • Firefighting and EMT Students Collaborate with Carrboro Fire Dept

    On Monday, May 10, an exciting and educational collaboration took place at Chapel Hill High School, with students from the Firefighting classes and EMT classes (Public Safety Academy) working with the Carrboro Fire Department (CFD) on a simulated emergency.

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  • 5K Run Planned in Support of Former Teacher's Kidney Transplant

    Karen Reid taught in the Chapel Hill-Carrboro City Schools for 21 years, and she would have taught longer, if her poor health had not forced her to retire. “I became very sick with complications associated with diabetes,” Reid said, “but I am thankful for the years I was allowed to pursue my passion -- teaching children, watching them grow and learn, witnessing the light bulb that went off when they realized they COULD really read or write -- and now hearing about their careers and life choices. They gave me more than I could have ever given them.”

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CHHS Club Day 2020