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  • 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.

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  • Bus Driver Zito Builds Strong Connections with Students

    On an average pre-pandemic school day, Mike Zito woke up to a 4 a.m. alarm. By 6:15 a.m., he had climbed into his yellow school bus and started his day. For the next few hours, Zito’s bus filled with dioramas, backpacks, and lots of sleepy children. Zito smiled as they piled in and drove them to Seawell Elementary, Smith Middle and Chapel Hill High schools.

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  • Volunteer Department Names Annual Award Winners

    The CHCCS Volunteers & Partners office is pleased to honor school district volunteers each year with the “Pam Bailey Volunteer Award”. The Volunteer Department is also honored to award the “Volunteers & Partners for Education Teacher Award” each year.

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  • CHHS Team Reaches Nationals of GirlsGoCyberStart

    “It’s like you’re pretending to be a secret agent,” said Madelyn Good, describing the experience of competing in GirlsGoCyberStart, the cybersecurity contest for high school girls. Good is a senior at Chapel Hill High School (CHHS), a member of FemSTEM, and one of the four students chosen from a team of 12 to advance to the national level of competition.

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  • Secondary Media Specialists Create New Projects

    Like their counterparts in elementary schools, the CHCCS media specialists in middle and high schools have stayed very busy since mid-March, when schools closed. In addition to the normal and ongoing digital support of both students and teachers, media specialists have created new projects to share with their school communities.

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