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Northwood High senior, Diane Thompson, wins Morehead-Cain scholarshipNorthwood High senior, Diane Thompson, wins Morehead-Cain scholarship
[Mar. 12, 2013] Diane Thompson, a senior at Northwood High School, was notified on Friday, March 8, that she is one of the 64 newest recipients of the Morehead-Cain Scholarship, a full scholarship to UNC Chapel Hill. Only approximately three percent of this year’s applicants were recipients.
 
Chatham students achieve at regional Science FairChatham students achieve at regional Science Fair
[Feb. 18, 2013] Several students who won first place awards at the 2012 Chatham County Science Fair have been recognized at the regional level of competition that will ultimately lead to the state science fair.Six Chatham students placed at the NC Region 5 Science Fair held Saturday, February 9, at Forsyth Community College in Winston-Salem.Region 5 consists of the following counties:Alamance, Caswell, Chatham, Davidson, Forsyth, Guilford, Orange, Person, Randolph, Rockingham, and Stokes.
 
Chatham students successful in State Junior Beta competitionsChatham students successful in State Junior Beta competitions
[Feb. 18, 2013] Schools from across the western side of Chatham County that have Junior Beta Club chapters recently participated in the Twenty-First Annual North Carolina Junior Beta Club Academic Convention and competitions held February 4-5 in Greensboro.Participating in the convention were students and advisors from Bennett, Bonlee, Chatham Central, Chatham Middle, J.S. Waters, and Silk Hope.
 
Chatham County school board requesting a special election to fill open seatChatham County school board requesting a special election to fill open seat
[Feb. 18, 2013] The Chatham County Board of Education held a special meeting on the evening of February 13, 2013 that, after nearly six hours of discussion on the topic of filling the vacant District 4 seat, was continued until Monday morning, February 18.
 
Chatham Charter to hold high school social on SaturdayChatham Charter to hold high school social on Saturday
[Jan. 22, 2013] Chatham Charter School will hold an open gym pizza party for rising freshmen and sophomores interested in learning more about the high school on Saturday, January 26, 2013 from 4pm to 9pm. Free activities will include a DJ, pick-up basketball games, pizza, snacks and drinks, and other activities. School officials will be present to briefly discuss and get feedback on the new high school, as well as answer any questions.
 
Chatham County Science Fair winners announcedChatham County Science Fair winners announced
[Jan. 21, 2013] On Wednesday and Thursday, December 12 and 13, Chatham County Schools held its annual County Science Fair at Jordan-Matthews High School.Projects that won at the school level were judged and winners were announced during an awards ceremony on Thursday night.
 
Jordan-Matthews FBLA advances
[Jan. 21, 2013] Members of the Jordan-Matthews chapter of FBLA competed in a regional competition.Four of the five competing students were recognized on stage at the FBLA Regional Leadership Conference onDecember 15, 2012.
 
CCCC and Chatham County partner to offer Citizens’ College in 2013CCCC and Chatham County partner to offer Citizens’ College in 2013
[Jan. 21, 2013] Do you want to know more about the Chatham County community you live or work in? Especially how its local governments work to carry out important services and programs? Would you like to earn continuing education credits in the process? Anyone interested in learning more about county and town government is invited to enroll in Chatham County Citizens’ College, offered through Central Carolina Community College’s Continuing Education Program in Pittsboro.
 
Woods Charter School seeks new Head of SchoolWoods Charter School seeks new Head of School
[Jan. 21, 2013] Woods Charter School is seeking a dynamic, innovative, skillful, and resourceful educator to serve as Head of School, beginning July 1, 2013. The Search Committee of the WCS School Board begins accepting applications on Friday, January 18, 2013. Candidates with a serious interest in this position should submit materials on or before Friday, February 15, 2013 at 5:00 pm.
 
Chatham school district receives official recognition of accreditation approvalChatham school district receives official recognition of accreditation approval
[Dec. 22, 2012] During the Chatham County Board of Education meeting on Monday, December 3, Dr. Donna James, Director of AdvancED in North Carolina, presented Board Chair David Hamm with an official plaque and banner for the school district to recognize its completion of AdvancED School System Accreditation from the AdvancED Accreditation Commission, the national commission that confers the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Council on Accreditation and School Improvement (SACS CASI) accreditation seal.
 
Money Morning with Pittsboro Elementary studentsMoney Morning with Pittsboro Elementary students
[Dec. 22, 2012] On Friday, December 7, the second grade teachers at Pittsboro Elementary held a math morning for their students in which money was the theme. Each of their classrooms featured a different activity involving counting money such as shopping with play money, money bingo, math games, singing and dancing, and an interactive money story where the children became coins and were actively involved in the story. State Employees Credit Union also presented a program to the students.
 
Bonlee recognized as Signature SchoolBonlee recognized as Signature School
[Dec. 22, 2012] During the annual meeting of the Piedmont Triad Education Consortium in Greensboro on Friday, December 7, Bonlee School was honored as the 2012 Signature School for Chatham County Schools. Each year the Consortium recognizes schools from its member districts.
 
SAGE shines in Siler City Christmas ParadeSAGE shines in Siler City Christmas Parade
[Dec. 22, 2012] SAGE Academy won third place for its float in the annual Siler City Christmas parade held Thursday, December 5. The Chatham County Chamber of Commerce organizes the event each year.
 
Virginia Cross Elementary students give the gift of readingVirginia Cross Elementary students give the gift of reading
[Dec. 22, 2012] On December 11-13, students at Virginia Cross Elementary had a unique opportunity to shop for Christmas presents. The school held their PBIS (Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports) bookstore. The students earn points throughout the school year by following the school matrix: PAWS (Putting safety first, Acting responsibly, Working for success, and Showing respect.) The points earned are used to buy books as gifts for their family and friends.
 
Chatham County science fair winners announcedChatham County science fair winners announced
[Dec. 22, 2012] On Wednesday and Thursday, December 12 and 13, Chatham County Schools held its annual County Science Fair at Jordan-Matthews High School. Projects that won at the school level were judged and winners were announced during an awards ceremony on Thursday night. Each first place winner received a plaque. First place projects in grades three through twelve will proceed to the Regional Science Fair that will be held February 9th at Forsyth Community College in Winston-Salem.

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