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  • Susan Meyer has been awarded the Society for Classical Studies Prize for Excellence in Teaching at the Precollegiate Level. This is the top teaching award in the nation for teachers of Latin and Greek! The nomination and selection process is extremely rigorous and included some truly tearjerking letters from students, parents, and colleagues. Susan will receive a cash prize as well as an all inclusive trip to San Diego or NYC to receive the award. Congratulations, Ms. Meyer! So well deserved!


     

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  • Molly Caudill was awarded the NC Council of Teachers of Mathematics (NCCTIM) award for Outstanding Mathematics Teachers. She was chosen from 20 nominated math teachers in CHCCS as the outstanding secondary math educator in our district! She was recognized at the NCCTM conference last week. 


     

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  • Are you ready to get hairy? The Culbreth TSA is sponsoring No-Shave November, an event to increase awareness of the impact of cancer on our lives, and to raise money to contribute to the American Cancer Society.
     
    Why is it called No-Shave November? The goal is to grow awareness by embracing our hair - which many cancer patients lose during treatment - and letting it grow wild and free. Donate the money you typically spend on shaving and grooming, to educate about cancer prevention, save lives, and aid those fighting the battle.
     
    Participate by growing a beard or mustache, letting those legs go natural, or skipping that waxing appointment! Already hairy? Skip the grooming and donate what you would have paid!
     
    Go to this link to learn more and start getting hairy!
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District Headlines

  • Phillips Middle School's Kaleigh Vogan Honored with Exceptional Children Educator of Excellence Award

    To meet Kaleigh Vogan is to encounter one of the brightest stars in the Chapel Hill-Carrboro galaxy; overused as the saying might be, Vogan truly shines, day in and day out. Her powerful impact and gifts as an Exceptional Children (EC) teacher at Phillips Middle School earned her the 2018 award as Exceptional Children Educator of Excellence.

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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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  • 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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  • Stefanie Mazva-Cohen Strives to Help All CHCCS Students

    Stefanie Mazva-Cohen, school social worker at Culbreth Middle School, embodies the prized qualities for mental health professionals: resourcefulness, open-mindedness, empathy and a broad life experience. At the school district’s annual recognition reception in May, she received the CHCCS 2017-18 Exceptional Children Student Services Staff of the Year Award.

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