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PITTSBORO — George Moses Horton Middle School Cafeteria Worker Mandy Cheek credits two people with helping her through the most challenging of shifts: Jesus Christ and Bill Withers. Cheek shares … more
Black students are 4.4 times as likely as white students to receive short-term suspensions at Chatham County Schools, according to 2019-20 discipline data from the North Carolina Department of Public Instruction. more
PITTSBORO — The Chatham County Board of Education again voted to require universal masking on all CCS campuses at its meeting Monday night — but not unanimously this time, with board member David … more
The kids, as it turns out, are not all right. Not because they aren’t kind, or thoughtful or smart — they are — but because they’re tired, burned-out and too often struggling as they … more
PITTSBORO — Four Chatham County Schools educators have been selected as Central Electric Membership Corp.’s Bright Ideas grant recipients. Teachers from Chatham School of Science and … more
Since its creation in late 2017, the Hispanic Liaison’s free year-round youth mentorship program, Orgullo Latinx Pride, has nearly always capped off at around 30 students at Jordan-Matthews High … more
There have been 264 cumulative cases of COVID-19 reported to Chatham County Schools since Aug. 23 and two clusters, according to the district’s case dashboard on Tuesday, making up 2.5% of the … more
PITTSBORO — Chatham County Schools will give students Nov. 12 off “in response to the ongoing strenuous impact of the pandemic on students, families and staff,” the district’s … more
The Northwood High School community is still reeling following a car accident on Old Graham Road Saturday night which killed one student and critically injured another. more
Northwood High School has a cluster involving eight associated COVID-19 cases, according to the Chatham County Schools case tracker dashboard as of Wednesday afternoon, including five cases reported on Friday and three reported this week. more
There have been 242 cumulative cases of COVID-19 reported to Chatham County Schools since Aug. 23, according to the district’s case dashboard Tuesday afternoon, making up 2.3% of the district’s … more
PITTSBORO — The Chatham County Schools Board of Education has approved a budget resolution for the 2021-22 school year, containing reconciled budgets for the state public school, local current … more
In Chatham, Pre-K advocates, experts and teachers agree: a quality early childhood education is important to student success and should therefore be as accessible as possible. more
PITTSBORO — The Chatham County Schools Board of Education recognized Virginia Cross Elementary School Principal Sarah Estes as the county’s principal of the year Monday night and approved … more
There have been 205 cumulative cases of COVID-19 reported to Chatham County Schools since Aug. 23, according to the district’s case dashboard, making up under 2% of the district’s total … more
Twenty-seven public and private schools in and around the Triangle have active COVID-19 clusters, according to this week’s state health department’s child care and school settings report, updated … more
In Chatham, as is the case across the country, schools are taking what would typically be seen as drastic measures to maintain student services in the face of drastic staffing shortages. more
The Chatham PTA Thrift Shop will present a donation of approximately $385,000 to Chatham County Schools at the board of education’s Sept. 27 board meeting, distributing funds across the … more
In the beginning months of the pandemic, Siler City Elementary School Counselor Teresa Meadows remembers scrambling to find ways to check in with students without having designated times to see them … more
PITTSBORO — The Chatham County Board of Education again voted to require universal masking on all CCS campuses at its regular meeting last Monday night, in accordance with state legislation … more
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