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  • Four CHCCS Students Perform at All-State Honors Chorus

    Four CHCCS students were selected to attend the Honors Chorus weekend, with a full day of rehearsals on Saturday and a concert on Sunday afternoon. East Chapel Hill High School sent three choral students, Hayden Young, Joseph Davis and Julia Rinehart. Caroline Steinert represented Carrboro High School.

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  • Gizmos Come to School

    The online learning company, ExploreLearning offers Gizmos as an expanding library of more than 400 interactive science simulations, and to the delight of many teachers and students, CHCCS won a 2019-2020 Gizmos Science Success Grant to use in selected middle and high school classes across the district.

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  • Career and College Promise Deserves Wider Recognition

    So what is Career and College Promise? It’s a state- wide program that allows qualified high school students to take college CTE and core academic classes, tuition free, while they are still in high school, providing them with an accelerated path into college or the workplace.

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  • CHCCS Receives $4.3M Grant from Oak Foundation

    Funds Will Support Work to Address the Racial Equity Gap

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  • "Driving is Exhausting" Reminds Drivers to Stop Idling

    For parents who drive their children to and from CHCCS schools, keep an eye out for new signs in the drop-off zones. “Driving is Exhausting” signs will stay up for two weeks as part of a No Idling campaign, spearheaded in large part by the energetic and exuberant Green Team at Phillips Middle School.

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