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  • Congratulations to Eli on winning our spelling bee! 

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  • Please click below to see the supply lists for the 2021-2022 school year. 

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  • CHCCS Honors Principal, Assistant Principal, Teachers and Administrators of the Year

    Led by Superintendent Nyah Hamlett, a Prize Patrol from Human Resources and the Communications team spent Tuesday morning, April 26, spreading balloons, plaques – and happy surprise announcements of annual recognitions.

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  • For the 15th Year, the Public School Foundation and East Rotary Provide School Supplies to Teachers

    For 15 years, the Chapel Hill-Carrboro Public School Foundation and East Chapel Hill Rotary Club have partnered to kick off the school year by hosting a supply store with much needed school supplies for teachers. The past two years have brought many challenges as the event has been reconfigured as COVID-safe. But on the morning of August 19, a team of PSF and Rotary members and community volunteers carried out the annual event of giving school supplies to grateful teachers across the district.

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  • McDougle Elementary School Student Dancer Wins National Award

    In this year's PTA Reflections competition, McDougle Elementary School student, Katarina Rosario-Soto, was one of two CHCCS national winners, among the 10 from North Carolina. She won an Award of Excellence for her dance choreography to a piece titled, "My Life Matters."

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  • CHCCS Honors Staff at Virtual Annual Recognition Reception

    Brian Link of East Chapel Hill High, was named the Chapel Hill-Carrboro City Schools (CHCCS) Teacher of the Year at the virtual annual Recognition Reception on May 26.

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  • 5K Run Planned in Support of Former Teacher's Kidney Transplant

    Karen Reid taught in the Chapel Hill-Carrboro City Schools for 21 years, and she would have taught longer, if her poor health had not forced her to retire. “I became very sick with complications associated with diabetes,” Reid said, “but I am thankful for the years I was allowed to pursue my passion -- teaching children, watching them grow and learn, witnessing the light bulb that went off when they realized they COULD really read or write -- and now hearing about their careers and life choices. They gave me more than I could have ever given them.”

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