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  • "Best Communities in Music Education" Recognizes CHCCS District

    Chapel Hill-Carrboro City Schools was recently recognized by the National Association of Music Merchants (NAMM) as one of the 2019 Best Communities for Music Education in the country, one of only three districts in North Carolina to win the award. For parents, students and community members who attend the numerous CHCCS musical performances throughout the year, the honor should come as no surprise.

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  • Frank Porter Graham Elementary Students Go Shopping with Cops

    This year, The Optimist Club of Chapel Hill chose Frank Porter Graham Elementary School to send students as participants in the annual December event, Shop with a Cop. Many of the students had been counting down the hours for weeks. After the children received their special Optimist Club, Rudolph tee shirts, they boarded a bus, and then stared out their windows as they realized they were escorted by nearly a dozen officers on motorcycles and in patrol cars. The students enjoyed a full motorcade from Carrboro, blue lights flashing and sirens blaring, down Old Highway 86, all the way to the Walmart in Hillsborough.

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  • Frank Porter Graham Elementary Students Enjoy Mix it Up Day

    A favorite tradition among students at Frank Porter Graham Elementary is Mix It Up Day, a lunch time celebration of inclusion and new friendships. On Wednesday, November 28, students across the grade levels “mixed it up” for the fifth year in a row, and the cafeteria was a lively and colorful showcase for making connections.

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  • Chapel Hill-Carrboro City Schools Celebrate LIGHTS on AFTERSCHOOL

    In response to the question, “Why do we need after-school?” many students shared, “To have fun!” or “Where would we go if our parents work?” Those answers capture just two of the essential goals of the elementary After-School programs in the district. Scott Fearrington, director of Community Schools said, "After-School has been an essential part of the CHCCS district for over 30 years and continues to provide a safe environment for elementary students to participate in structured, as well as free choice, activities." This year, 781 students are enrolled in the program at the district’s 11 elementary schools.

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  • Dr. Emily Bivins - Principal of the Year

    “She is the textbook definition of a school leader…a great communicator, willing to try out new ideas, and always advocating for her students.”

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