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  •    CHHS Student Parking Permits 2018-19

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    **Please remember all parking applications require a parent signature in the presence of a school staff member OR a notarized seal and have grade and service learning hour requirements.

     starting Tuesday, August 7th, Parking Permit applications can be found on our school website, along with a link to the K-12 online payment system, which can also be used for permit payment.  Paper copies of the parking application will be available in the CHHS front office as well.


    SENIOR PARKING PASSES   (Click on the link for the form) *SENIOR* PARKING AGREEMENT 2018-2019

    Seniors may begin purchasing parking permits on Monday, August 13th.  Staff will be available to sell Senior permits prior to the beginning of the school year during the following dates/times:

    Monday, August 13 – Thursday, August 16  9:00-12:00 and 1:00-4:00

    Friday, August 17 9:00-12:00

    (Senior Permit Sales will take place in the Media Center August 13-17).

    Senior parking permit sales will continue the week of August 20--24, in A251 during the hours of 9:00-12:00 and 1:00-4:00.

    JUNIOR PARKING PASSES   (Click on the link for the form) JUNIOR STUDENT PARKING AGREEMENT 2018-2019 

    Due to the CHHS construction project, we have a limited number of student parking spaces this school year.  Our goal is to provide parking for as many juniors as possible and potentially sell passes to juniors prior to the start of the school year.  To do this, we need to determine the number of juniors who intend to purchase a parking space versus the number of spaces we have available.  Juniors who are interested in purchasing a parking space for this school year will be allowed to complete and submit a parking application beginning Wednesday, August 8.  Juniors do not submit any payment until receiving confirmation of being able to purchase a parking space.  *Complete Applications must be submitted in the CHHS Front Office.*

    On Wednesday, August 15 at 5:00, we will review the number of junior applications to make a determination on how best to proceed.  If we do not have enough spaces to accommodate all juniors who submit an application by Wednesday, August 15 at 5:00, we will move forward selling spaces by one of the two options below.  This may allow us to begin officially selling spaces to juniors the week of August 20.

    We are interested in your feedback on the two options.  Therefore, a question will be placed on the junior application to help us understand which option your student would prefer we use to distribute spaces if demand exceeds the number of available spaces.   

    1. “Sharing” a parking space.  Two students who "share" a space would split the parking fee and receive two parking tags for one space.  The two students would determine how they "shared" the space.  They could "share" by alternating days, weeks, athletic seasons or whatever best suited their schedules.  This option would most likely result in some students “sharing” spaces and others having an individual space.

    2. The use of a lottery system to determine who is able to purchase a parking space.  All juniors who submitted an application would be placed in a random draw. The names pulled during the random draw would be able to purchase an individual space for the year.  

    **Juniors do not submit any payment until receiving confirmation of being able to purchase a parking space.**


    We appreciate everyone's patience and understanding during this time, as we work to accommodate as many parking needs as possible.


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  • Welcome Freshmen


    When:  Friday, August 24th starting at 8:30 a.m. and finishing at 1:30 p.m. for the freshmen; parents will be done around 9:30 a.m.
    Where:  Everyone will start off in Hanes Auditorium, the freshmen will be escorted to the main gym after a brief introduction by the principal and his staff.
    Parking:  Due to the congestion involved with the construction on campus, we ask that all parents park in the lot in front of Hanes Auditorium.  This parking area is opposite the baseball field.  We also ask that you arrange to pick your student up at Hanes due to the high amount of construction traffic around the front of the school.  
    What is it:  Orientation is an opportunity for the freshmen to meet many of their new classmates in an activity-filled day where they will learn about our school, our community and they may even learn a little bit about themselves.  We will have a large group activity in the main gym for a few hours and then the freshmen will go to classrooms with their assigned junior and or senior mentors (their TigerLinks) where they will go through some getting to know you activities as well as getting a tour of their new school.  It is action packed and lots of fun.
    Schedules:  Students will be given a paper copy of their schedules at the end of the program and will have the opportunity to search out their classrooms after lunch.  Teachers may be in their classrooms getting ready for the start of the school year so we just ask to be respectful of their limited time to prepare their rooms for your student's arrival.  Additionally, schedules should be viewable in PowerSchool around this time.  
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District Headlines

  • Chapel Hill High Hosts Vietnamese Educators

    The National Humanities Center, based in RTP, did not have to look far when searching for a top tier social studies teacher to join their group of educators for a joint venture with the University of Vietnam.

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  • Chapel Hill High School Breaks Ground for Major Reconstruction

    There were more than a dozen shovels and matching hard hats, numerous yellow tee shirts that read, “Please excuse our progress,” and under the breezeway, rows of chairs that were soon filled with Chapel Hill High School teachers, students, parents, CHCCS administrators, school board members and county commissioners, among others. Not bad for a drizzly Tuesday morning at 8 o’clock...

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  • New Principals Named for Three Schools: McDougle Elementary, Chapel Hill High and East Chapel Hill High

    The Chapel Hill-Carrboro City Schools Board of Education approved the hiring of three new principals earlier this evening.

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  • PTSA Scholarship Program Enables Students to Attend Community College

    In the fall of 2015, the Chapel Hill High School PTSA received a grant for approximately $7,000. During the conversations that followed, the PTSA Executive Board explored a variety of school initiatives that could be developed with that funding. Current president Kirsten Barker said that over the past several years, “The CHHS PTSA has been trying to highlight that we are an organization that supports ALL CHHS students, parents and staff. We felt that a good way to put those words into action would be to focus on students who were continuing to community college, so we could continue to provide support that they would be leaving behind when they left the safety net of high school.”

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  • TSA Chapters Excel in STEM

    Leaders of the Technology Student Association (TSA) chapters at five of our schools recently took nearly 80 students to Greensboro for two days to participate in the 39th annual NCTSA State Conference. They engaged in STEM- (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math) and leadership-based competitions, and learned much in the process. They did an amazing job of representing our district's Career and Technical Education (CTE) department.

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