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  • Engagement: Superintendent’s Neighborhood Walk and Talk

    The Community Center at South Estes/Ridgefield is tucked at the back of the housing complex, and on September 22, the Director of Chapel Hill Public Housing, Faith Brodie, had set out refreshments and organized seating in the small building, well before Superintendent Nyah Hamlett arrived for the first CHCCS Neighborhood Walk and Talk of the 2022-23 school year.

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  • Collective Efficacy: The CHCCS District Leadership Team

    The CHCCS District Leadership Team (DLT) meets once a month, and their first meeting of the 2022-23 school year took place on September 13 with a full agenda and a mix of veteran district leaders, as well as newly arrived or newly promoted principals and division directors.

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  • CHCCS Schools Shine Bright in Latest State Performance Data

    The State Board of Education approved the 2021-22 accountability data, and the NC Department of Public Instruction released the outcomes on Thursday, September 1. Chapel Hill-Carrboro City Schools is pleased to share that 100% of CHCCS schools Exceeded or Met Growth expectations. On all state exams, CHCCS schools achieved a 70.5% passing rate, the highest in the Triangle. District gains included a 94.5% graduation rate, the highest figure ever recorded in CHCCS.

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  • HEARTcoming Bus Tour Celebrates Joy at 20 Schools

    At 7:30 Wednesday morning on August 24, the CHCCS Family Engagement bus pulled out of the Lincoln Center parking lot headed for a heartwarming HEARTcoming bus tour, a rolling convocation at all 20 district schools.

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  • New Administrators

    At its July 20 meeting, the Chapel Hill-Carrboro City Schools Board of Education approved several new principals and other administrative appointments.

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