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    Did you know the average family spends $100 in the fall to buy school supplies for their children? We are so lucky here at Carrboro Elementary to have our annual School Supply drive. Paper, pencils, gluesticks, wipes, crayons, colored pencils and folders to name a few of the items purchased by CES PTA funding. No classroom lists or waiting in lines. Its all done for you! To ensure our staff has the funds to purchase supplies, please donate today at our square site here.

    *Recommended donation is $30 for one child, in addition you can also make a donation for a family in need.

    Buy School Supplies Here

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  • "Best Communities in Music Education" Recognizes CHCCS District

    Chapel Hill-Carrboro City Schools was recently recognized by the National Association of Music Merchants (NAMM) as one of the 2019 Best Communities for Music Education in the country, one of only three districts in North Carolina to win the award. For parents, students and community members who attend the numerous CHCCS musical performances throughout the year, the honor should come as no surprise.

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  • Scrabble Tournament Reveals Growing Excitement for an Old Game

    On Saturday, March 9, at Seawell Elementary (SES), 16 pairs of Scrabble players competed for the top prize at the NC School Scrabble Tournament during an all-day event. The winning pair, brothers Rubens and Thomas Shundi from SES and Smith Middle (SMS), won all five games against the competition, which came from as far away as Charlotte.

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  • Carrboro Elementary Fifth Graders Write Books about Suffragettes and Abolitionists

    Fifth grade students at Carrboro Elementary School have spent weeks studying the changing roles of women and people of color in American society, from early days through the Reconstruction era. In a social justice-focused unit, the students’ culminating project has been writing their own books on either the suffrage or abolition movements. On Monday afternoon, February 11, each fifth grade student took a turn reading those books to small groups of third grade guests, and then taking questions from their audience.

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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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