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Jordan-Matthews’ Tobar receives scholarshipJordan-Matthews’ Tobar receives scholarship
[Apr. 4, 2012] On Monday, March 19, 2012, Michelle Tobar, a senior at Jordan-Matthews High School, received a $500.00 youth scholarship from the Most Excellent Prince Hall Grand Chapter of Holy Royal Arch Masons; North Carolina Jurisdiction.
 
Europe makes its way to BonleeEurope makes its way to Bonlee
[Apr. 4, 2012] Sixth graders in Trisha Caviness’ social studies class recently exposed Bonlee students to a tour of Europe. Each sixth grader became an expert on his or her assigned country by researching the customs, religion, language, location, physical geography, climate, and ethnic groups present in that country.
 
Chatham County Schools awarded district accreditation
[Mar. 30, 2012] Superintendent Robert Logan announced today Chatham County Schools was granted District 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.This means that the district and all of its schools are accredited, and that Chatham County Schools is recognized across the nation as a quality school system.
 
Central Carolina Community College adult graduates celebrate success
[Feb. 1, 2012] Success tastes very sweet — just ask members of the latest graduating class of Central Carolina Community College’s Adult High School and General Educational Development programs. By Katherine McDonald
 
Thirteen Chatham County teachers achieve National Board Certification in 2011
[Jan. 4, 2012] Chatham County Schools congratulates its newest group of teachers to earn National Board Certification. These thirteen teachers join numerous colleagues across the school district who over the years have achieved the advanced teaching credential through the National Board for Professional Teaching Standards (NBPTS).
 
State auditor recommends Chatham School board take disciplinary action against school superintendent LoganState auditor recommends Chatham School board take disciplinary action against school superintendent Logan
[Dec. 12, 2011] Pursuant to North Carolina General Statute §147-64.6(c)(16), the state auditor completed an investigation of allegations concerning the discovery of an employee of the North Carolina High School Athletic Association, Inc. on the payroll of Chatham County Schools. The investigation found that the North Carolina High School Athletic Association and Chatham County Schools intentially misrepresented the employment of the Associate Commissioner to increase his retirement benefits.
Also: Investigative Report of the NCHSAA and Chatham County Schools
 
Woods Charter School Foundation kicks off "The Founders' Series"
[Nov. 15, 2011] On Tuesday, November 15, Woods Charter School Foundation will host the first in a new speaker series called “The Founders’ Series,” to honor the tenets upon which Woods Charter School was founded, most significantly the school's commitment to excellence in education. The Foundation will hold will host events several times throughout the year, featuring guests speaking about their areas of past experience and/or expertise.
 
Chatham County Board of Education seeks public input on redrawing residency districtsChatham County Board of Education seeks public input on redrawing residency districts
[Oct. 11, 2011] Four versions of potential board residency redistricting maps were presented and discussed during the October 3 board meeting following an initial discussion in September. During the October 3 meeting, the board voted to have plan 4 as its proposed residency districting. All four maps are now available for public comment and, on Monday, November 7, the board will hold a hearing during its meeting that begins at 6:30 PM in the central office board room.
 
Central Carolina Community College honors two of their own
[Sep. 30, 2011] The faculty and staff at Central Carolina Community College have honored two of their own as the best of the best at the college. Ellen Bland, humanities, communications and theater instructor, is the recipient of the college’s 2011 Excellence in Teaching Award. MontE Christman, associate director of Information Technology, is the 2011 Staff Person of the Year Award. Candidates for the awards are nominated and chosen by their peers at the college.
 
Notes from the September 13 Chatham County school board meetingNotes from the September 13 Chatham County school board meeting
[Sep. 26, 2011] Here are my notes from the school board meeting held on September 13, 2011. By Mia Munn
 
Northwood High School student council gears up for a new school yearNorthwood High School student council gears up for a new school year
[Sep. 9, 2011] Five Northwood High School students and their advisor attended the 52nd North Carolina Association of Student Councils (NCASC) Summer Leadership Workshop on the campus of Mars Hill College during the week of July 11-15. Juniors Diane Thompson (Student Body President), Brandon Edwards (Student Body Vice-president), Alishca McCrimmon (Student Body Secretary), senior Blake Scruggs (Student Body Treasurer) and Morgan McDonnell (Junior Class Treasurer) spent the week with other student council leaders from across the state in a series of activities to prepare them for the coming year.
 
Chatham Central freshman is part of leadership conference
[Sep. 9, 2011] Mickey Fields, a ninth grader at Chatham Central High School, attended the Junior National Young Leaders Alumni Conference in Boston July 17-22. At the conference he and other participants attended classes daily that built on the leadership skills and traits discussed during the 2010 conference in Washington.
 
Horton Middle School recognizes tenth 9/11 anniversaryHorton Middle School recognizes tenth 9/11 anniversary
[Sep. 9, 2011] Horton Middle School will pause on Friday, September 9, to remember the tenth anniversary of September 11th and honor the victims, families, and heroes of that day. The staff and students will connect with what tragedy can do to individuals and a nation with a focus on how lucky and proud we are to be Americans.
 
Northwood Theatre Arts department plans 2013 European trip
[Sep. 9, 2011] The Northwood High School Theatre Arts Department invites members of the Chatham community to join students and staff in England, Ireland, and Scotland in the spring of 2013. This will be the sixth trip that Dr. Lori Carlin, theatre instructor, has taken with American Council for International Studies (ACIS).
 
Back to school in Chatham County Schools 2011Back to school in Chatham County Schools 2011
[Aug. 25, 2011] Approximately 7,900 students in kindergarten through twelfth grade will study on seventeen campuses in Chatham County Schools beginning Thursday, August 25.

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