Strategic Plan

Upcoming Events

  • There are no upcoming events to display.

View Calendar

McDougle Announcements

Follow us on Twitter @McDouglees

  • Looking for some new reading material?  Here is an instructional video that will teach you how to access thousands of ebooks through NC Wiseowl.

     

     

District Headlines

  • Glenwood Graduates Receive Messages from CHCCS Graduates

    Until this year, the fifth grade graduates at Glenwood Elementary School (GES) embraced a cherished tradition of welcoming back former Gators who are preparing to graduate from high school. The GES alumni would arrive in their caps and gowns and when everyone had gathered, they led the current fifth graders through the hallways to the gym for the graduation ceremony.

    Comments (-1)
  • Seedlings Distributed to CHCCS Families

    The greenhouse at Culbreth Middle School has been an under-recognized, but well-utilized treasure among CHCCS school resources, but its impact has never been as wide as this year. “The greenhouse at the Culbreth Middle School is an incredible resource,” said Jess Pusch, the grant-funded CHCCS Garden Coordinator. “Since starting this position in the fall, I've really tried to utilize the greenhouse as a powerhouse for seedling growth and distribution across the district.”

    Comments (-1)
  • CHCCS Honors Staff at Virtual Annual Recognition Reception

    CHCCS Names Eugenia Floyd as its 2020-21 Teacher of the Year, Zaida Walker as its Classified Staff of the Year and Delia Hudson as its ECSS Staff of the Year

    Comments (-1)
  • CHCCS Chef Adapts and Thrives

    Not many North Carolina public school districts celebrate sustainable and local ingredients in their menus, but then, not many school districts have the good fortune to provide meals developed by a lead chef like Jordan Keyser. A school-wide “quinoa event,” another dedicated to the versatility of chickpeas, Keyser’s rollouts of new recipes come with a festive and educational component.

    Comments (-1)
  • CTE Instruction Succeeds from Home

    Adding sensors and motor controls to robots, designing a lunch bag from repurposed clothing or using an online simulator to learn new skills in automotive repair: These are just a few of the projects CHCCS Career and Technical Education (CTE) students have been creating since At-Home-Learning began.

    Comments (-1)
CLOSE
CLOSE