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PITTSBORO — The Chatham community packed into George Moses Horton Middle School’s multipurpose room Monday night as students, teachers and staff members were honored with a variety of awards at … more
Harley Gaddis is shopping for new books, but don’t let the Silk Hope kindergartener’s sparkly pink unicorn shirt fool you: She’s picking out books about sharks, spooky stories and animal facts. more
Three students from Northwood High School have been selected to attend the prestigious N.C. Governor’s School this summer at Meredith College and Winston-Salem State University. more
The combination of creativity and care are why Walden was named the 2022-2023 Chatham County Schools teacher of the year. more
The parenting education program through Chatham County Court Programs uses a curriculum from Nurturing Parenting, which builds parenting skills as an alternative to abusive and neglectful parenting and child-rearing practices. more
Her can-do attitude is just one reason she earned North Carolina State University’s most prestigious honor for incoming first-year students — the Park Scholarship. Phillips is one of just 42 students to receive the honor, having been selected from a pool of more than 2,400 global applicants. more
Academic achievement and service were celebrated April 12 as Central Carolina Community College’s Beta Sigma Phi Chapter of the Phi Theta Kappa International Honor Society held its spring induction ceremony. more
For the first time in at least 41 years, three Jordan-Matthews juniors have been selected from among thousands to attend N.C. Governor’s School this summer. more
PITTSBORO — For the fourth year running, Chatham County Schools has been honored with the Best Communities for Music Education designation from The NAMM Foundation for its outstanding commitment to … more
After being named a semifinalist in February, Jordan-Matthews senior Evelin Muñoz Tebalan has made the final cut as one of 100 students nationwide to receive the prestigious Cooke College Scholarship. more
Just weeks after more than 20 Chatham residents expressed outrage to the Chatham County Board of Education over J.S. Waters School’s mock “slave auction,” one common thread stitched together … more
RALEIGH — Silas Christenbury, a junior at Chatham Charter School, has been selected to attend the 2022 session of Governor’s School of North Carolina. Over 1,700 high school students from … more
PITTSBORO — History repeated itself as Northwood High School students once again distinguished themselves in the annual Joseph S. Rumbaugh Oratory contest sponsored by the Sons of the American … more
Chatham County Schools, in the aftermath of a mock “slave auction” at J.S. Waters School earlier this month, has outlined new disciplinary consequences for students in grades 6-12 … more
Twelve Jordan-Matthews High School students won the chance to represent their school in the upcoming national DECA Competition in February. more
PITTSBORO — The Chatham County Board of Education named Lemondré Watson as the new principal of Pittsboro Elementary School at its meeting Monday. more
School board, superintendent formally apologize to students, parents hurt by mock ‘slave auction’ at J.S. Waters  BY Keith T. Barber News + Record Correspondent PITTSBORO … more
Chatham County's board of education unanimously approved a set of recommendations made by Superintendent Dr. Anthony Jackson at the board's meeting Monday to address racial incidents reported at J.S. Waters and other county … more
PITTSBORO — Family members and supporters of Ashley Palmer will hold a “Community Call to Action,” organized by Chatham Organizing for Racial Equity, at 4:45 p.m. today in response … more
Concerned community organizers and activists who have rallied around the family of a J.S. Waters student whose mother says was involved in a mock slave auction at the school last Friday and plan to … more
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