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Central Carolina Community College graduates eight from night BLET program[Jun. 9, 2013]
Eight Central Carolina Community College Basic Law Enforcement Training cadets received their graduation certificates May 8 at exercises at the Dennis A. Wicker Civic Center. All were members of the 2012-13 BLET evening training program at the college’s Emergency Services Training Center. Captain Roy Allen, of the Chatham County Sheriff’s Office, delivered the graduation remarks. Class Leader Jonathan Thompson gave the class response.
Chatham County Schools names Lori Carlin new PIO / Arts coordinator[May 20, 2013]
Dr. Lori Carlin was named as the new Public Information Officer (PIO)/Arts Coordinator for Chatham County Schools at the Chatham County Board of Education meeting Monday, May 13. Dr. Carlin is currently the Theatre Arts teacher at Northwood High School where she has been since 1997. She also served as Chatham County Schools High School & Arts Community Liaison during the 2012-2013 school year.
Roddy Story selected Chatham County Teacher of the Year[May 10, 2013]
Roddy Story, a social studies teacher at Northwood High School, has been selected as the 2013-2014 Chatham County Teacher of the Year.Superintendent Robert Logan made the announcement at Northwood on Wednesday, May 8.Story has been at Northwood High School since August of 2008.
Two Chatham County school principals complete leadership program[May 10, 2013]
Principals Bobby Dixon, SAGE Academy, and Chad Morgan, Silk Hope School, recently completed the Distinguished Leadership Program (DLP), a year-long leadership development program for practicing school principals designed and provided by the North Carolina Principals and Assistant Principal’s Association in partnership with the North Carolina Department of Public Instruction and UNC-LearnNC.
Nine Jordan-Matthews students awarded summer arts scholarships[May 10, 2013]
Summer camp can be a life-changing experience for anyone, but especially for artists who have a chance to explore their creative passions. For nine Jordan-Matthews High School students, that life-changing experience is just weeks away. The Jordan-Matthews Arts Foundation has selected nine students to receive Summer Arts Scholarships for study in music, art and theater.
Pittsboro's Motors for Music car show raises money for Northwood band program[Mar. 14, 2013]
The Motors for Music Car Show is an annual event that helps raise money for the Northwood High School band program. This is the third year the event has taken place, and in each of the past two years, there's been close to 100 cars participating. The Northwood Jazz Band will play during the event, along with many other bands.
Willow Oak Montessori School launches enrollment period[Mar. 13, 2013]
The Willow Oak Montessori Board of Directors is pleased to announce that it has been granted final charter approval from the North Carolina State Board of Education, clearing the way for final preparations to open its first three lower elementary classrooms in August 2013 at the Bold Building in Governors Village in northeast Chatham County.
Northwood 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 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 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 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 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.
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