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  • Author Kwame Alexander Visits East Chapel Hill High School

    Kwame Alexander has been writing poetry since he was 12 years old, and his first poem was for his mother, on Mother’s Day. On Thursday, October 18, an overflow crowd at East Chapel Hill High School, plus an online audience from other middle and high schools, listened to Alexander recite that first poem as part of his Public School Foundation-funded reading and talk.

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  • CHCCS High School Students Attend Equity Day

    Small groups of students from all four CHCCS high schools traveled to North Carolina State University early last Monday morning, September 24, for a day-long symposium on Student Equity.

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  • Elementary Schools Host Bring a Guest to Lunch Day

    The first Child Nutrition event of the school year, Bring a Guest to Lunch Day, has become a cherished tradition. The 11 CHCCS elementary schools all participate, with some schools hosting more than 75 parents, grandparents and other adults on the designated day.

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  • District Launches New Tip Line

    The Tip Line link can be found on the front page of the new district website in the "Quick Links" section and on the front page of each individual school website.

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  • East Chapel Hill High Student Recognized for STEM and Service

    Abia Ahmed wasted no time making her mark at East Chapel Hill High when she began her freshman year in 2015. Chelsey Paulsen, former math teacher, said that Ahmed approached her the second week of school, seeking a mentor and adviser for a club aimed at bridging the gender gap in technology at her new school.

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