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  • Food for Students Surpasses Half a Million Meals Delivered

    In the past six months, Food for Students has developed into a highly networked and tremendously successful outreach program that provides meals for hundredsFood is currently delivered to 37 sites, with a series of exciting summer enrichment events now in the books. The group recently celebrated the 500,000 meals milestone. of CHCCS students.

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  • "John News" Expands its Audience and Scope

    The age-old question, “What did you do during your summer break?” brings a surprising answer from a second grade student at Ephesus Elementary School. Adding to a project he started in May, seven-year old John Wortman created more than a dozen John News videos over the summer, on subjects from flamingos to climate change, and he’s only just hitting his stride.

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  • Several Elementary Open House Nights Go Virtual

    On Wednesday, September 2, several CHCCS elementary schools held virtual Open House events. Here’s a round up of some of the sessions from Morris Grove Elementary School, Mary Scroggs Elementary School and Carrboro Elementary School.

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  • New Teachers Participate in Three Day Orientation

    The challenges for first year teachers can be far-ranging and daunting. Now imagine those challenges amplified and extended when your first year will begin with remote instruction, from Meet the Teachers to that ever important First Day.

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  • PSF Teacher Supply Store Succeeds in New Format

    Every August, one of the great kickoff traditions in Chapel Hill-Carrboro City Schools is the Teacher Supply Store presented by the Public School Foundation and East Chapel Hill Rotary Club. Started in 2007 as an annual event, the goal has always been to defray some of the costs of materials teachers need to start the school year, much of which comes out of their own pockets.

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