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  • Carrboro Elementary Presents "We Were Kids"

    A lifelong member of this community, Carolyn Briggs, engaged an audience of more than 100 parents, students and educators at Carrboro Elementary School for an evening presentation on November 21, “We Were Kids,” a look back at the Civil Rights activism by local youth in the 1960’s.

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  • Carrboro High School Students Make a Mark at UNC

    When Matt Cone, Carrboro High School social studies teacher, learned about a recent event at the UNC Hussman School of Journalism, he mentioned it to students in all of his elective classes. The panel called “Making a Mark” was created as a launch of the Hussman School’s partnership with the Ida B. Wells Society. Not a marquee rollout to draw high school students at 9:30 on a Saturday, yet a dozen CHS students settled into their seats 30 minutes early to hear from Nikole Hannah-Jones and Ron Nixon, founders of the Ida B. Wells Society.

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  • B3 Coffee Pops Up at Morris Grove Elementary

    Staff and visitors at Morris Grove Elementary School (MGES) received a Monday morning treat on November 25 when B3 Coffee set up shop in the lobby to sell coffee drinks, hot chocolate and tea. The slogan for B3 is “Creating a space where everyone belongs, one cup at a time,” and that space at MGES was festive and lively for two hours, with the smells of fresh coffee filling the hallways.

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  • First Grade Students Welcome Author Stacy McAnulty

    Acclaimed author, Stacy McAnulty, got up early Tuesday morning, November 19, and drove from her home in Kernersville to entertain and instruct first grade students at Morris Grove Elementary School and then Estes Hills Elementary School, and from all appearances, everyone had a grand time, talking about the Universe series of books, and nonfiction writing in general.

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  • CHCCS Brings Home Four More State Titles

    The end of the fall athletic season brought four more North Carolina High School Athletic Association (NCHSAA) titles to CHCCS programs: Volleyball and Men’s Cross Country at Chapel Hill High School and Women’s Cross Country and individual women’s tennis title at Carrboro High School. Many other teams and individual athletes made it to late rounds in their tournaments, so it was another strong showing by CHCCS high schools.

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