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Northwood's Marching Chargers have another successful seasonNorthwood's Marching Chargers have another successful season
[Nov. 8, 2012] The Northwood Marching Charger Band prepared to make its final presentation of 2012’s competition program, Successor to the Throne, on Saturday, November 3, at Lee Senior High School’s Brick Capital Classic. The band has appeared at four previous festivals this season, under the direction of Eugene Cottrell and drum major, Allory Bors. Successor to the Throne features the music of Muse and Queen.
Also: Video of Marching Chargers at competition
 
Chatham Central FFA competes in national eventChatham Central FFA competes in national event
[Nov. 8, 2012] A floriculture team from the Chatham Central chapter of FFA, an organization for agricultural education, competed in the national competition the week of October 23rd. The competition was one of many held during the 85th annual National FFA Organization’s Convention and Expo in Indianapolis, Indiana.
 
Judges needed for the Chatham County science fairJudges needed for the Chatham County science fair
[Nov. 8, 2012] Judges are needed to help judge the 2012-2013 Chatham County Science fair projects. These are projects that previously won at the school level in each grade span. The K-5 projects are just based on general science while the 6th-8th grade and 9th-12th grade projects are submitted in specific subjects.
 
Notes from the November 5 Chatham County school board meetingNotes from the November 5 Chatham County school board meeting
[Nov. 8, 2012] Here are my notes from the school board meeting held on Monday, November 5, 2012. By Mia Munn
 
Notes from the August 13 Chatham County school board meetingNotes from the August 13 Chatham County school board meeting
[Aug. 20, 2012] Here are my notes from the school board meeting held on Monday, August 13, 2012. By Mia Munn
 
Chatham County Schools makes administrative changesChatham County Schools makes administrative changes
[Jul. 30, 2012] Several administrative changes will take place across Chatham County Schools for the 2012-2013 school year. Superintendent Robert Logan announced changes in leadership at three schools during the July 12th Chatham County Board of Education meeting.
 
Chatham County Schools makes administrative changesChatham County Schools makes administrative changes
[Jul. 12, 2012] Several administrative changes will take place across Chatham County Schools for the 2012-2013 school year. Superintendent Robert Logan announced changes in leadership at three schools during the July 12 Chatham County Board of Education meeting.
 
Summary of the Chatham County Board of Education meeting on July 12Summary of the Chatham County Board of Education meeting on July 12
[Jul. 12, 2012] The Chatham County Board of Education held a special meeting on Thursday, July 12, in the central office board room.
 
Notes from the June 27 Chatham County school board meetingNotes from the June 27 Chatham County school board meeting
[Jul. 6, 2012] Here are my notes from the school board meeting held on Wednesday, June 27, 2012. By Mia Munn
 
Freda Hicks is new principal at Perry Harrison SchoolFreda Hicks is new principal at Perry Harrison School
[Jul. 2, 2012] During a noon meeting on Wednesday, June 27, the Chatham County Board of Education approved Freda Hicks as the new principal of Perry Harrison School.
 
Central Carolina Community College students become Goodmon Fellows
[May 24, 2012] WinkieLa Force, president of Leadership Triangle, has announced that two Central Carolina Community College students graduated from the 2012 Leadership Triangle College Edition on April 13. The two are now Goodmon Fellows of the organization. Steven Richard, of Chatham County, and Eduardo Platon, of Wake County, were among a select group of 20 students from the eleven universities, colleges and community colleges based in the Triangle area who participated in the series of classes designed to develop students’ leadership skills andprovide them with regional exposure. By Katherine McDonald
 
Understanding global culture critical says Woods speakerUnderstanding global culture critical says Woods speaker
[Apr. 29, 2012] To manage a successful business today requires cultural understanding among business executives and entrepreneurs more than ever, the founder of a global consulting company told faculty and guests at Woods Charter School Tuesday night. Speaking as part of the school’s Founders’ Day series of lectures, Lowell Hoffman said, “A global world requires strategy-based analysis, an understanding of how to use decision-making tools, and thinking in the long term.” By Loyd Little
 
"Global Culture in a Flat World" presentation at Woods Charter School"Global Culture in a Flat World" presentation at Woods Charter School
[Apr. 24, 2012] The Woods Charter School Foundation presents their Spring Founders' Series "Global Culture in a Flat World" featuring Lowell Hoffman, Head of Global Sourcing Solutions and Adjunct Professor at Kenan-Flagler Business School. The event will take place on Tuesday, April 24 from 6:30 pm to 9 pm at Woods Charter School on 160 Woodland Grove Lane, Chapel Hill, NC.
 
Central Carolina Community College in Chatham County is growing and serving
[Apr. 16, 2012] It is hard to imagine that, less than 50 years ago, there was no CCCC in Chatham. The college, then known as the Lee County Industrial Education Center, offered its first adult extension classes in Sanford in 1961. Starting in 1964, some adult basic education and vocational extension classes were offered in Chatham. By Katherine McDonald
 
Hispanic Liaison Youth Group makes it to “Top Ten” at State’s Teen Festival
[Apr. 11, 2012] On March 24, ten talented members of the Hispanic Liaison Youth Group competed with other youth from all across the state in Durham at the annual TeenFest talent competition. The festival is an annual public health education event that features workshops and a talent showcase. The workshops focus on substance abuse prevention and violence reduction and the talent showcase exhibits this message through original acts that have an anti-substance or anti-violence theme.

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