The instrumental music programs from Chatham Central, Jordan-Matthews and Northwood High Schools will perform together.
A collaboration with the Chatham Arts Council to educate kids through the arts.
A new way of communicating with district administrators.
On September 2, 2015, the North Carolina State Board of Education released accountability data for the 2014-2015 school year.
Chatham Schools transition to 10 point grading scale in 3-12 grade.
Project Child Find is underway in the Chatham County Schools to identify children and youth ages 3-21 who have disabilities and require special education and other related services.
2 Chatham County Schools football coaches have been given the honor of serving as assistants on the West team for the 2016 N.C. Coaches Association East-West All-Star Game.
5th Annual Touchdowns for Ta-Tas Powder-puff Football Game
Bear Creek, NC, October 9, 2015: The Chatham Central Chapter of DECA & FBLA (Business & Marketing Clubs) will be sponsoring the 5th Annual Touchdowns for Ta-Tas powder-puff football game at the Chatham Central Football Field on Friday, October 9, 2015. Games begin at 6:30 p.m. at cost of $5.00 per person with all proceeds going to Central Carolina Hospital Auxiliary Breast Cancer Comfort Care Fund.
All cancer survivors are invited to come celebrate with free admittance into the game and a free dinner in their honor, provided by the Chatham Central Family and Computer Science Department (FACS). There will also be a small survivor gift presented to every cancer survivor.
The Chatham Central DECA & FBLA clubs have raised close to $15,000 over the past five years, which has been donated to help support breast cancer survivors. We look forward to another successful event with great community support.
The next class for new bus drivers will be October 26, 27, & 29 at the Chatham County Schools Central Services Building in Pittsboro. If you are interested in attending this class, please contact Allison Farrish in the Transportation Department at (919)542-2715.
The referral period for the Academically Gifted Program begins Tuesday September 8 and ends Thursday October 8. Third grade referrals are made in January. If you would like to refer your child to the program, contact his/her teacher or the AIG specialist at the school for a referral form. It is available online as well through the CCS AIG site.
High school AIG students and parents are receiving emails from AIG this year. Emails will cover everything from college to Parent University to "how are you?" If you haven't gotten your first one, please contact Susan Southern at firstname.lastname@example.org.