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  • The PTA Reflections contest is underway.  This years theme is "Look Within" . Students can submit writing, art, photography, dance or music to express what "Look Within" means to them.  The deadline for submissions is November 1st.  Visit  PTA.org for more information.

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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 Receives $4.3M Grant from Oak Foundation

    Funds Will Support Work to Address the Racial Equity Gap

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  • "Driving is Exhausting" Reminds Drivers to Stop Idling

    For parents who drive their children to and from CHCCS schools, keep an eye out for new signs in the drop-off zones. “Driving is Exhausting” signs will stay up for two weeks as part of a No Idling campaign, spearheaded in large part by the energetic and exuberant Green Team at Phillips Middle School.

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  • Public School Foundation Hosts Novice Teachers Tea

    After a string of extremely hot days, the weather in Chapel Hill cooperated, cooling off in honor of the newest CHCCS teachers to enjoy a patio celebration at the Weathervane Restaurant, for the twelfth annual Public School Foundation (PSF) Novice Teachers’ Tea.This year, the event was co-sponsored by the Chapel Hill-Carrboro Association of Educators (CHCAE).

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