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  • CHCCS Honors Principal, Assistant Principal, Teachers and Administrators of the Year

    Led by Superintendent Nyah Hamlett, a Prize Patrol from Human Resources and the Communications team spent Tuesday morning, April 26, spreading balloons, plaques – and happy surprise announcements of annual recognitions.

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  • For the 15th Year, the Public School Foundation and East Rotary Provide School Supplies to Teachers

    For 15 years, the Chapel Hill-Carrboro Public School Foundation and East Chapel Hill Rotary Club have partnered to kick off the school year by hosting a supply store with much needed school supplies for teachers. The past two years have brought many challenges as the event has been reconfigured as COVID-safe. But on the morning of August 19, a team of PSF and Rotary members and community volunteers carried out the annual event of giving school supplies to grateful teachers across the district.

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  • CHCCS Honors Staff at Virtual Annual Recognition Reception

    Brian Link of East Chapel Hill High, was named the Chapel Hill-Carrboro City Schools (CHCCS) Teacher of the Year at the virtual annual Recognition Reception on May 26.

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  • Carrboro HS and CHHS Men's Tennis Teams Win State Titles

    Despite the extraordinary challenges presented by the pandemic since March 2020, CHCCS athletics programs have truly put on a display of strength and excellence. The latest representatives came from Chapel Hill High School and Carrboro High School. On May 15 their Men’s Tennis teams won the NCHSAA 2A and 3A state championships, as well as the individual titles, by Aidan Chung and Dennis Perumov.

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  • Chapel Hill High School Visual Artist Wins National Recognition

    In this year's annual PTA Reflections Arts competition, two of the 10 NC winners who advanced to National Awards came from CHCCS. Chloe Viviers, a student at Chapel Hill High School, created "I Matter Because My Roots Run Deep." Next week, hear from Katarina Rosario-Soto, a choreographer from McDougle Elementary School. The national award recipients were chosen from nearly 900 submissions. The theme this year was "I Matter Because ..."

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