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At first, the rainbows appeared in windows around the world, and then people began singing rainbow songs. Every day, new YouTube renditions of rainbow songs, both classics and originals, have increased on the social media platform.
Many people in our community are taking longer and more frequent walks these days, while they social distance and enjoy the spring air. For those walkers who are observant, an additional pleasure awaits in many neighborhoods: Student-created rainbows now enliven dozens of windows around town, with more popping up each day.
The Chapel Hill-Carrboro Public School Foundation is delighted to announce the recipients of the 2020 Endowed Teaching Chair Awards: Ronetta Walker of Northside Elementary, Mary Peres-Da-Silva of McDougle Middle, Jamie Fernandez-Schendt of Carrboro High, Christine Sudzina Schut of East Chapel Hill High and Corrie Franklin of Chapel Hill High School.
National Assistant Principals Week is April 6-10, and under normal circumstances, the amazing CHCCS administrators would be well-celebrated in their own schools, by staff and students alike. But normal circumstances are on hold for now, so it seemed a good time to check in with the close-knit team of Assistant Principals to find out how their workdays- and their lives - have changed over the past month.
On March 12, the day CHCCS announced the first wave of COVID-19-related cancellations and closures, three newly arrived families completed their children’s enrollment process in the district’s International Welcome Center.