Congratulations! Glenwood Elementary School raised $1,312.04 for The Leukemia and Lymphoma Society of North Carolina! You did your part and worked so hard to raise so much money! Thank you for your hard work!
The following classes earned a Bronze Pennant for raising over $100: Ms. Beck’s First Grade Class, Mrs. Nie’s Second Grade Class, and Ms. Fleming’s Third Grade Class!
The following class earned a Silver Pennant for raising over $200: Mrs. Hatley’s Fourth Grade Class!
Mrs. Hatley’s class collected the most with a grand total of $227.02!
Thanks to our contributions and those from schools all over the United States, patients will be able to go beyond surviving and live a long and happy life. Great job Giving Gators!
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Parent University of CHCCS, led by Carla Smith, hosted an end-of-year celebration at the Chapel Hill Public Library for participants and their families on the evening of June 4.
On May 18 at ECHHS, nearly 100 contestants from Estes Hills Elementary, Glenwood Elementary and Ephesus Elementary continued an age-old tradition of poetry declamation, one practiced in world-language classrooms around the globe.
One of the district’s most powerful educational partnerships is with Elon University’s School of Education and its AIG licensure program, which has created an opportunity for CHCCS teachers to expand their knowledge to benefit all students.
Each year, third grade students at Glenwood Elementary School study Local Government and even run for Student Council positions, so what better way to learn about leadership than to hear from the mayor herself! Upon her arrival, Student Ambassadors greeted Hemminger with smiles and welcoming words in both Chinese and English as they guided the mayor to the media center where she spoke with the entire third grade.