MOY Check-ins Assessments will start on February 6, 2023.
Monday, February 6, 2023
- 4th Math
- 5th Science
- 3rd Reading
Tuesday, February 7, 2023
- 4th Reading
- 3rd Math
- 5th Reading
Wednesday, February 8, 2023
- 5th Math
Mark your calendars for STEAM Night! Families will have the opportunity to see a presentation on Fire and Ice given by Mad Science as well as try hands-on activities that explore all areas of STEAM: Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Math. Some examples of activities are: See My Voice, Arts in Action, Coding, Robotics, building structures out of marshmallows, building K'Nex vehicles and many more!
Monday January 9: RESPECTFUL - Team Spirit Day
Wear your favorite team’s gear! Students will review what showing respect looks like around the school with an emphasis on kindness.
Tuesday January 10: ORGANIZED - Wacky Tacky Day
Students can wear a wacky tacky outfit (opposite of organized) and help clean and organize their classroom!
Wednesday January 11: ACTIVE LEARNER -Activewear Day
Wear active or sports gear and participate in a class exercise activity! Review what active learning looks like and why it is important.
Thursday January 12: RESPONSIBLE - Hat Day
Students can wear hats to school and show responsibility by keeping up with them all day and by checking the lost and found tables in the cafeteria.
Friday January 13: SAFE - Rashkis School Colors Day
Wear Rashkis purple or yellow today, thank a safety patroller, and review the school safety procedures!
Interim Culbreth Middle School nurse, Michelle Roscher, has only been working in Chapel Hill-Carrboro City Schools since August 2022, but since then has helped introduce the new Period Equity Project.
The word “JOY” was used countless times in the hours and days following the January 6 Northside Elementary School event with author Kwame Alexander and mixed-media illustrator Dare Coulter.
The Chapel Hill-Carrboro City Schools Board of Education (BoE) meeting on December 7 offered a new interactive experience for Board members and attendees from the community: the first-ever Strategic Plan Expo, where the five Key Priorities of the Plan were presented at various stations to showcase aligned programs and initiatives -- and to illustrate the district administration’s commitment to Think (and Act) Differently. Collective Efficacy on full display!
Kimberly Jones, English teacher at Chapel Hill High North Central Teacher of the Year