Getting students to and from school for the first two weeks of the year has gone well for Chapel Hill Carrboro City Schools.Read More
Growing up, Anissa McClendon attended Chapel Hill-Carrboro City Schools, learning not just from teachers and textbooks, but also from experiences.
The latest news from CHCCS that it had to suspend service on 21 bus routes this week due to drivers reporting COVID-19 symptoms came as a shock to many residents.
One good thing to come out of COVID-19 pandemic is the nonprofit Acts of Kindness, started by local high schooler Chloe Buchholtz.
How do you get to play in the 2022 All-National Honor Ensembles Concert Band? Practice. Practice. Practice.
Marjorie Soforenko was an attorney living in Massachusetts when her client couldn’t take band class because she couldn’t rent a flute.
ECHHS rising senior Pristine Onuoha has won the Genes in Space STEM competition. Her genetics experiment will be performed on the International Space Station
Food for Students, a CHCCS program in partnership with the Town of Chapel Hill, and the Keep Kids Fed Act will help keep kids nourished throughout the summer.
By a vote of 5-1, the Chapel Hill-Carrboro City Schools Board of Education approved a plan that maintains the current school resource officer [SRO] program with the exception of one middle school.
A junior at East Chapel Hill High School, Pristine Onuoha, is one of five finalists in a national science competition in which the winner will have their experiment conducted aboard the International Space Station (ISS).
Students from multiple area schools walked out in support of abortion rights this afternoon and made their way to Franklin Street for a small organized protest.
The East Chapel Hill High School Chamber Strings earned 2nd place at the American String Teachers Association National Orchestra Festival held in Atlanta March 17-18.
English teacher Kimberly Jones was recognized as the school’s 2022 Teacher of the Year.
Double-masked and clad in a yellow bowtie, Jesse Casey stepped outside to speak with me over Zoom.
Early childhood is a crucial period of development, a time when children build important social academic, and emotional foundations.
Superintendent Dr Nyah Hamlett reported that 65% of CHCCS staff and faculty survey respondents indicated a desire to continue requiring the use of masks in school.
With news feeds full of the unfolding drama of Russia invading Ukraine, Xavier Adams works the nascent war into the curriculum of the history course he teaches at Orange County High School.
The Chapel Hill-Carrboro School District is pleased to announce that 24 CHCCS middle school students and 25 CHCCS high school students participated in the NC Central All District Band clinic and concert.
The Chapel Hill-Carrboro City Schools Board of Education met virtually Jan. 20 to make committee assignments and to discuss the district budget and mentoring programs.
New CHCCS Board of Education members George Griffin, Riza Jenkins and Mike Sharp were surrounded by friends and family as they were sworn in by Judge and former BOE member Joal Brown at the board’s Dec. 2 meeting.
An Open Letter to the Chapel Hill-Carrboro City Board of Education
The Nov. 18 Chapel Hill-Carrboro City Schools Board of Education meeting began with a moving tribute to Lynn Lehmann, who was described as a warm, busy and tireless community member who greatly supported the Phoenix School students.
While the Chapel Hill-Carrboro City School district has not witnessed the rancorous antagonism between parents and school officials that has occurred elsewhere in recent months, local parents have expressed frustration with aspects of the district’s COVID response.
Brian Link, President of the Chapel Hill-Carrboro Association of Educators, was all smiles when he kicked off the public comment section at the Nov. 4 Chapel Hill Carrboro City Schools Board of Education (BOE) meeting
The Oct. 21 meeting of the CHCCS Board of Education (BOE) opened with emotional words from Brian Link, President of the Chapel Hill-Carrboro Association of Educators and a civics teacher at East Chapel Hill High School.
The Sept. 2 meeting of the Chapel Hill-Carrboro City Schools Board of Education opened with an update from Dr. Danny Benjamin, Co-chair of the ABC Science Collaborative, on vaccine history, vaccine mandates…
CHAPEL HILL – Bus drivers are in short supply in the Chapel Hill-Carrboro City School district. An issue that’s been brewing under the surface for years has reached a fever pitch during the past few months…
The Chapel Hill-Carrboro City Schools (CHCCS) Board of Education met Aug. 19, 2021 to discuss CHCCS Superintendent Dr. Nyah Hamlett’s recommendation…
The Chapel Hill-Carrboro City Schools (CHCCS) Board of Education convened for a special meeting Aug. 3 2021 to consider health and safety recommendations for the opening of schools
Three years after work commenced on the renovation of Chapel Hill High School (CHHS), the Chapel Hill-Carrboro City Schools (CHCCS) district is ready to show off its new, state-of-the-art facility.
High school seniors are facing a particularly difficult transition to college this fall after more than a year living with the coronavirus pandemic.
On the evening of July 22, the Chapel Hill-Carrboro City Schools Board of Education met in person for the first time since suspending in-person meetings at the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic.