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  • Friday, February 8, Culbreth's Technology Student Association competed in regionals and took home three awards:

    Connor Rice and Nate Wares - 1st place in Coding
     
    Eliot Ludwig-Mauldin - 1st place in Promtional Marketing
     
    Sebastian Malhotra, Max Washburn, and Henry Tennant - 1st place in Tech Bowl
     
    Congratulations!
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  • Culbreth Eighth Grade Students Showcase English Language Arts Presentations

    North Carolina Representative Verla Insko was one of many visitors to the media center to participate in the interactive presentations by Helen Motta’s eighth grade language arts students at Culbreth Middle School on January 18.

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  • McDougle Middle Hosts First TSA-STEM Expo

    Despite the fact that it was a holiday weekend, the first Technology Student Association (TSA) STEM Expo was packed with families for much of the scheduled four hours at McDougle Middle School (MMS) on Saturday, January 19. The Expo got underway at 10:00 a.m., and within an hour, the crowds enjoying the activities and vendor tables were almost at capacity. Not bad, for an inaugural event!

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  • Susan Meyer at Culbreth Middle School Wins Top Teaching Award

    If you dare to tell Susan Meyer’s Latin students that the language they’re studying is “dead,” be prepared to hear an energized defense of their favorite class at Culbreth Middle School, in addition to a list of reasons why Latin is relevant and dynamic. Magistra Meyer’s creative, unorthodox strategies for teaching Latin have not only produced a legion of devoted fans, but recently, the top national award in precollegiate Classics teaching.

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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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