Bear Creek, NC -- Two Chatham Central High School educators were honored by the State Board of Education.
Pittsboro, NC – Chatham County School District is thrilled to announce eight new recipients of National Board Certification.
Siler City, NC -- Jordan-Matthews Future Farmers of America (FFA) students recently participated in the state contest.
Perry Harrison Elementary as a leader in school health
One high schooler got the thrill of his life when the whole school rallied behind him. Cody Whitt is a senior at Jordan-Matthews High School in Siler City and has Down syndrome. After his teacher encouraged him, he decided to run for Homecoming King.
February is Career and Technical Education Month
Each year during the month of February, CTE (Career and Technical Education) students, educators, and stakeholders have the opportunity to highlight what’s happening within individual program areas. Career and Technical Education (CTE) prepares students for success in college, careers, and life. Our students are our most valuable resources. They gain skills, technical knowledge, academic and real world experiences to prepare for high skill, high demand high wage careers to keep America working.
Join us in celebrating Chatham County CTE students, events, and successes. There will be CTE highlights throughout the month of February. Be on the lookout and celebrate with us!
Dear CCS Community,
Chatham County Schools (CCS) is seeking your input as we explore new opportunities to advance our strategic goals. As we work to develop our Strategic Plan (Flight Plan 2020) it is important to hear from our community about the effective use of our budget resources. Please take a few moments to share your views on funding priorities for the 2016-2017 school year.
Chatham County Schools will not add additional days or time to the student calendar to make up for school closings due to inclement weather on Friday (1/22), Monday (1/25), and Tuesday (1/26). The 2015-16 student calendar fulfills the state law requirement for instructional time for students using hours (1025 hours minimum) versus days (185 minimum). We will apply hours already built into the schedule that exceed the minimum number required to account for the instructional time missed. Please keep in mind that should we miss additional days due to inclement weather, it may be necessary to amend the calendar to provide the required number of instructional hours.