There may at least be one silver lining to the COVID-19 pandemic. Partially because of a pandemic-forced switch to remote learning and also through concentrated efforts by high school principals and staff, the graduation rate for Black students in the Chapel Hill-Carrboro City Schools jumped nearly 10 percent during the last school year.Read More
Any high school coach of significant stature lives by an annual schedule. When the final week of June rolls around, Jason Curtis is usually compiling paperwork for the upcoming soccer season and preparing for early tryouts.
The UNC Board of Trustees has voted to lift its freeze on renaming buildings, monuments and memorials that are associated with racism and white supremacy “to help our campus heal and move forward with a mission to learn from our past,” said Chancellor Kevin Guskiewicz and trustee Chair Richard Stevens in a statement.
For now, the closest that Kevin Ladd will come to seeing baseball at Durham Athletic Park will be whenever “Bull Durham” pops up on basic cable. Ladd, the baseball coach at Carrboro High, had more in mind for this summer…
One of my dreams is to live in a small town with colorful milkweed lining sidewalks and trails, with golden monarch butterflies dancing across each and every flower.
What to do about the potential widening of the achievement gap between black students and white students due to the coronavirus pandemic? The Chapel Hill-Carrboro NAACP has an idea.
UNC Chapel Hill will re-open its campus for the fall semester but will start and finish it early “in an effort to stay ahead of that second wave” of the coronavirus, university Chancellor Kevin Guskiewicz announced Thursday.
UNC Chapel Hill Chancellor Kevin Guskiewicz says the university intends to reveal its plans for the fall semester by the end of May.
Anjanet Thomas normally sends her ten-year-old daughter to Estes Hills Elementary and her three-year old son to Holmes Childcare Center. But since March 30, she’s had to help teach them both from home.
Thousands of K-12 students in Orange County rely on free and reduced-price school meals. Thanks to groups like TABLE, these students won’t be left hungry while school is out.
With many local college students now confined to their homes, UNC-Chapel Hill professors are facing a daunting challenge this semester. Here’s how they’ve been able to “zoom” through the coronavirus crisis.
A new political action committee dedicated to improving maintenance and making needed repairs in local schools will hold an informational event Tuesday, Feb. 4 at 6:30 p.m. at OWASA.
Many high schoolers in the Chapel Hill-Carrboro district can speak passionately and directly to the urgency of environmental issues.
SCHOOLS By Jock Lauterer More than 50 years ago in Chapel Hill, there were two high schools — one for black students, one for white. Now there is one alumni…
SCHOOLS Parent volunteers work as lane timers at the June 27 swim meet between the CHCCR Sharks and the Hollow Rock Pirhanas. Parent volunteer Stacey Lange leads a group of…
SCHOOL NEWS Guest Column by Megan Talikoff A lot was going on backstage in the last hour before East Chapel Hill High School’s final A Cappella Jam. The practice rooms…