SCHOOL SUPPLY DRIVE
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!
*Recommended donation is $30 for one child, in addition you can also make a donation for a family in need.
Planning for the future: 2024-2034 Proposed Capital Investment Plan
At the March 2 Chapel Hill-Carrboro City Schools Board of Education meeting, Deputy Superintendent for Operations Al Ciarochi presented a clear and detailed overview of the Fiscal Year 2024-2034 Proposed Capital Investment Plan.
We’re Hiring! Career Fair Scheduled for Saturday, March 25
Say “Yes” to CHCCS!
Ephesus Elementary Celebrates Black History Month through Dance
During the month of February, a walk down the halls of Ephesus Elementary School has offered the sounds of jazz, hip hop, classical and African music, as teachers have shared videos of Black dance and dancers across five genres.
Bibliotherapy Group at Phillips Middle School Blends Wellness and Literature
A Phillips Middle School (PMS) weekly book club wrapped up its final session on Monday, February 6, but it was not a traditional book club, and its impact will endure well beyond the time it takes for memories of scenes and characters from the novel “Some Kind of Happiness” to fade.
WELLNESS: Providing Period Product Equity in our Middle Schools
Interim Culbreth Middle School nurse, Michelle Roscher, has only been working in Chapel Hill-Carrboro City Schools since August 2022, but since then has helped introduce the new Period Equity Project.