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  • Ephesus Elementary Celebrates Black History Month through Music

    Ephesus Elementary School has built four weeks of commemorating Black History Month with a focus on the song “Lift Every Voice and Sing.” One of the highlights was a full day of activities with author Kelly Starling Lyons, whose picture book “Sing a Song” tells the history of the famous African American composition.

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  • FPGB Students Connect with Author Vanessa Brantley-Newton

    CHCCS Mariposas, a Latinx student group made up of students in grades 2-12, and CLASS (an African-descendant student group at Frank Porter Graham Bilingüe FPGB) had the opportunity to meet acclaimed children’s book author and illustrator Vanessa Brantley-Newton at Flyleaf Books on January 21.

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  • UNC Athletes Read Like Champions

    Wednesday, February 5 was World Read Aloud Day 2020, so it was a perfect date to hold the third annual Read Like a Champion celebration of literacy, presented by Duke Energy and UNC Student-Athlete Development.

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  • Scroggs Elementary Celebrates Its Multicultural Community

    The annual Multicultural Night at Mary Scroggs Elementary School was scheduled to start at 6:00, the evening of January 30, but well before that time, the hallways, gym and cafeteria transformed into a bustling international food fair, with smells so delicious, the neighbors around Southern Village were surely envious.

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  • Spire Program Provides Drop-out Prevention

    Families and friends gathered on the evening of January 31 to celebrate eight Phoenix Academy High School fall semester graduates – five of whom were enrolled in Spire, a program that serves students at serious risk of dropping out of school. Implemented in January 2018, the Spire Dropout Prevention and Recovery Program is an individualized evening education initiative.

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