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    The Public Information Office serves as the communication link between the district and the families whose children attend our schools.
    The staff issues regular press releases to local media about district events, publishes news articles, designs special publications and calendars, schedules Blackboard Connect calls to remind parents of key district activities, maintains the content on the district website and our social media sites, and sends regular news updates to employees and the community through its mailing lists.
    The staff also helps to coordinate crisis communication during inclement weather or school safety situations.
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  • CHHS Student Explores OT Through CTE Internship

    Rebekah Siekierski, a senior at Chapel Hill High School, has built connections and commitments to students with disabilities since elementary school. In fifth grade, she spent her lunch time in the Exceptional Children (EC) classroom to “just hang out with the students there, playing and doing activities.” Now she is completing a full-year Occupational Therapy (OT) internship with CHCCS through a CTE independent study-- the first of its kind in the district.

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  • B3 Coffee Hosts Free Pop-Up March 6 at Chapel Hill Public Library

    A local nonprofit organization, B3 Coffee, continues to recruit and retain CHCCS students and alumni who call the group a welcome home, as they learn important business and relationship skills, and have plenty of fun along the way. B3 Coffee will host a COVID safe, drive though, pop-up event on March 6 from 10:00 am to noon at the Chapel Hill Public Library, and the hot drinks will be free of charge!

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  • CHHS Arts Students Create Black History Month Video

    In honor of Black History Month, Chapel Hill High School students and teachers from music, dance and visual art classes collaborated to create a video for inspiration and education. The centerpiece of the video is the performance of an excerpt of “Adoration,” by a recently “re-discovered” Black composer, Florence Price.

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  • NAS/FAME Clubs at East Hold First Art Contest

    Among the 71 student clubs listed at East Chapel Hill High School (ECHHS), two have operated more often as a tandem student organization this year, because they share so many goals. National Achievers’ Society (NAS) and Future Advancement of Minority Education (FAME) both prioritize gaining leadership and service-learning experience, along with celebrating diversity, race and culture at the school and in the wider community. This year, in order to honor Black History Month, NAS/FAME held its first school wide art contest.

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  • East CH High Students Spotlight Black Chefs

    The East Chapel Hill High School Foods and Nutrition 1 students in Michael Holman’s class spent several weeks in February creating digital book reports about acclaimed Black chefs. The resulting slide show provides a powerful tour through the careers, recipes and writings of 10 pioneers and current stars of African American cuisine.

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