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Chatham Central clubs participate in holiday activitiesChatham Central clubs participate in holiday activities
[Dec. 22, 2012] To celebrate the season, the Chatham Central chapter of DECA and FBLA sponsored a float for the Chatham County PTA Thrift Stores in the annual Bennett Christmas parade. The club members worked after school to create a replica of the Chatham Central PTA drop box that carried signs stating, “Your Donations Keep our Spirits Bright!” Club members riding on the float handed out candy to parade goers.
 
Join the Northwood dancers for a winter dance concert this weekendJoin the Northwood dancers for a winter dance concert this weekend
[Dec. 14, 2012] The Northwood Dancers will present A Night of Comets, a Broken Angel, A Sky Full of Stars, and more during an annual winter dance concert to be held Friday, December 14, at 7:00 PM; Saturday, December 15, at 7:00 PM; and Sunday, December 16, at a 3:00 PM matinee in the Benjamin Lee Auditorium on the campus of Northwood High School.
 
Chatham Central High School raises over $3,000 for breast cancer care fundChatham Central High School raises over $3,000 for breast cancer care fund
[Nov. 30, 2012] On October 18, the Chatham Central High School chapters of two Career and Technical Education student organizations, DECA and FBLA, sponsored Touchdowns for Ta-Tas, a powder-puff football game and pregame dinner to honor breast cancer survivors. The $3,251.40 raised was donated to the Central Carolina Hospital (CCH) Auxiliary Breast Cancer Comfort Care Fund.
 
Northwood High School to host International Food GalaNorthwood High School to host International Food Gala
[Nov. 30, 2012] The Northwood High School advanced course of study in foods group will host an international food gala in the school cafeteria on Saturday, December 8, at 4:00 PM. Admission will be $10 for anyone over the age of ten.
 
Chatham Board of Education sets process for filling McManus seatChatham Board of Education sets process for filling McManus seat
[Nov. 30, 2012] Due to the upcoming resignation of Deb McManus from the Chatham County Board of Education following her election to the NC House of Representatives, the board has determined its process to fill the remainder of her term (from January of 2013 through December of 2014).
 
Financial Aid Night will be held at Jordan-Matthews High School on December 4Financial Aid Night will be held at Jordan-Matthews High School on December 4
[Nov. 30, 2012] Area high schools, along with representatives from the College Foundation of North Carolina (CFNC), are co-hosting a Financial Aid Night for parents and students who are interested in learning how to navigate financial aid opportunities.
 
Mark Armstrong of ABC11 speaks to Margaret Pollard School students
[Nov. 21, 2012] On Monday, November 19, ABC11 sports anchor Mark Armstrong spoke to students in Brian Smith’s seventh grade language arts class at Margaret B. Pollard Middle School.He has been with ABC11 since October of 2004 and is featured at 6pm and 11pm.
 
J.S. Waters School participates in Recycle BowlJ.S. Waters School participates in Recycle Bowl
[Nov. 21, 2012] For the past month, the students, faculty and staff at J.S. Waters School have been participating against schools across the country in the Keep America Beautiful Recycle Bowl.
 
Teacher in Exceptional Children Department honoredTeacher in Exceptional Children Department honored
[Nov. 21, 2012] Beverly Rhodes, a teacher at Bennett School, is the 2012 Chatham County Schools recipient of the Exceptional Children Teacher of Excellence Recognition as part of the North Carolina Department of Public Instruction (NCDPI) Exceptional Children Division annual recognition program.
 
Chatham County schools honor veteransChatham County schools honor veterans
[Nov. 21, 2012] Schools across the nation, including those in Chatham County, found ways to honor military veterans in honor of Veterans Day. On Friday, November 9, Bennett School held a luncheon for area veterans and their families during which over 120 participants filled the multipurpose room across from the school cafeteria to share a meal. Silk Hope School honored area veterans, law enforcement, fire departments, and EMS with a November 9th ceremony attended by the members of the community and the entire school student body.
 
Principal Harrell Rentz led Woods Charter School in quest for excellencePrincipal Harrell Rentz led Woods Charter School in quest for excellence
[Nov. 16, 2012] Last night Mr. Rentz informed the Board of his intentions to retire from his position as Head of School effective June 30, 2013. The end of the 2012-2013 will mark five years that Mr. Rentz has served as the principal at Woods and his contributions have been substantial. When Mr . Rentz accepted this position in July 2008, we were in the fmal stages of moving from Cole Park to Woodland Grove Lane and in the inaugural year of offering a kindergarten class. Since that time, we have enrolled a little over 500 students in grades K-12 every year with an expanding wait list which currently stands at over 1200 students. By DeeDee Nachman
Also: Woods Charter School web site
 
Woods Charter School principal Harrell Rentz retiringWoods Charter School principal Harrell Rentz retiring
[Nov. 16, 2012] It is with mixed emotions that I let you know that I informed the Board last night of my intention to retire as Head of School/ Principal/ Business Manager on June 30, 2013, at the conclusion of the 2012-2013 school year. My 65th birthday arrives on March 29th, and the anticipation of that date has inspired in me a heightened level of introspection and re-evaluation of priorities
 
Two Chatham County high school FFA chapters receive $5,000 grantsTwo Chatham County high school FFA chapters receive $5,000 grants
[Nov. 9, 2012] The Chatham Central High School and Jordan-Matthews High School chapters of FFA, an organization of agricultural education, have each received $5,000 Program Improvement Grants from the North Carolina Tobacco Trust Fund Commission.The state head of FFA programs presented the checks to representatives of the two programs during the Monday, October 8th, Chatham County Board of Education meeting.Twelve students and two teachers were on hand to receive the checks and be recognized by the board.
 
Blice named Chatham County principal of the yearBlice named Chatham County principal of the year
[Nov. 9, 2012] Chris Blice, the principal of Northwood High School, is the 2013 Chatham County Principal of the Year. Superintendent Robert Logan announced the award amid a cafeteria full of students on Monday, October 29, at the school.
 
Chatham schools celebrate annual Red Ribbon WeekChatham schools celebrate annual Red Ribbon Week
[Nov. 8, 2012] Many students in Chatham County Schools saw red recently, but it was all in the name of drug education. Red Ribbon Week, the national celebration for alcohol and other drug prevention, has for the past 27 years been the time when communities send a clear and strong message to young people about the dangers of alcohol, tobacco and other drug use. In partnership with Chatham Drug Free, Chatham County Schools celebrated the week from October 22 through November 2.

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