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CHATHAM CHAT | JAimE DETZI, CHATHAM EDUCATION FOUNDATION Jaime Detzi, the executive director of the Chatham Education Foundation, says she’s always had a passion for public education. She … more
PITTSBORO — Chatham County Schools is partnering with North Carolina Education Corps (NCEC) to accelerate learning for young readers through high-impact tutoring. Applications are open for anyone … more
ADAPTING TO EMPOWER In an ever-digitizing world, knowing how to use the latest technologies is more important than ever. Nobody understands that better than the people training the next … more
Nathan Allred, 19, was hired by Chatham County Schools Nutrition Services in October, but his impact goes far beyond the food he gives to students. more
At the Chatham Board of Education’s Nov. 17 meeting Amy Kappelman, chairperson of Chatham’s Moms for Liberty, expressed frustration to the board over the fact that the pocket Constitutions her … more
Chatham County Schools officials shared additional data analysis on statewide test scores Thursday, which show the district improved at a better rate than many schools in the state. more
The head of Chatham’s chapter of Moms for Liberty addressed Chatham’s Board of Education last Thursday, coming to “dispel rumors” about its mission. more
The final numbers from the Chatham County Board of Elections are in following final canvass on Thursday. Challenger Jessica Winger did not earn enough votes to call for a recount against incumbent … more
Jaime Detzi, executive director of the Chatham Education Foundation, announced 19 recipients selected to receive Creative Teaching Grants. “We were excited to have so many applicants and … more
Chatham County’s Board of Education is set to remain the same after three incumbents won re-election to their seats last week — provided that Del Turner’s lead … more
Chatham Charter School held activities honoring military service on Nov. 9, an annual event included age-appropriate sessions for elementary, middle and high school grades in which approximately 30 … more
PITTSBORO — Chatham County Schools held its Educators Awards ceremony on Thursday to honor teachers, principals and staff for their dedication to the district. more
The North Carolina Supreme Court made a landmark ruling last Friday in the long-standing Leandro case, a 4-3 decision along party lines that should pave the way for millions of dollars in state … more
Polls are closed but the Chatham Board of education race in Dist. 3 between Del Turner and Jessica Winger remains close. With all precincts reporting Tuesday night, Turner has a 462-vote lead and … more
PITTSBORO —  Chatham County Schools was among more than 200 school districts and charter schools across North Carolina to receive part of $74.1 million in school safety grants, according … more
Monday marked the 25th Pittsboro Elementary School Costume Walk. Kindergarteners and teachers dressed in Halloween costumes and visited more than 20 local businesses and county buildings as part of a social studies lesson about local goods and services. more
The North Chatham Elementary Parent Teacher Association opened a community garden on campus, just off Lystra Road, in April. Since it first broke ground, the students and parent volunteers who serve as the garden’s caretakers, tending the flowers and vegetables, have created a special community. more
The leader of the Chatham County Board of Education, Gary Leonard, is facing a challenge for his District 5 seat. The veteran chairperson has held the position since he was appointed in 2010, while his opponent in the Nov. 8 election, Tim Moore, is a political newcomer. more
The longtime Chatham County School Board Dist. 3 incumbent Del Turner, who has been on the board since 2010, faces a challenge from Jessica Winger, a Chatham County Schools parent and substitute teacher calling for more transparency from the board. more
PITTSBORO — Dozens of Chatham residents filled the front rows at Monday’s Chatham County Board of Education meeting, providing a show of support for the school board … more
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