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  • Margaret B. Pollard Recognized for Unity Day Participation

    Pollard Unity Day

    Margaret B. Pollard Middle School was named “Champions of the Cause Against

    Bullying” and received a plaque for their enthusiastic participation in Unity Day

    2015. Thank you to all of our schools and district office for joining together to help

    bring awareness and taking a stand against bullying.

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  • Two Chatham County Schools Honored at Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports (PBIS) State Conference

    Pittsboro Elementary was honored as an Exemplar School and Perry Harrison School was awarded the Green Ribbon.

    PES PBIS Exemplar School      

    Pittsboro Elementary

     PHS PBIS School    

    Perry Harrison School


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  • Moncure School Celebrates Veterans      Moncure School Holds “A Salute to Veterans” Program

    On November 10, 2015, Moncure School recognized veterans from the Moncure

    community. The veterans were welcomed by the National Junior Honor Society

    members and escorted to special seating for the assembly. Each veteran received a

    small American flag. Mr. Winston led the audience in the Pledge to the American

    Flag and shared some historical remarks about veterans. Kassy Dominguez then

    played “The Star Spangled Banner” on the flute. Mrs. Brooks, a 4th/5th grade teacher

    sang the national anthem. Any Ortiz and Lauren C. played “America the Beautiful”

    on the clarinets. Olivia Boggs ended the program with playing “Taps” on the

    trumpet. Nearly twenty veterans attended the ceremony. The National Junior

    Honor Society and Mrs. Meredyth Johnson then led the veterans to a special drop-in

    breakfast in the media center.

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  • Chatham Education Foundation Publishes Fall Newsletter

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  • Footloose Poster
    Jordan-Matthews High School will present the musical Footloose Nov. 19-21. Based on the popular '80s film, the show brings to the stage Ren, Ariel and all the kids in Bomont who just want to dance! The heartwarming story of a family and a town recovering from a tragedy through the joy of dance is appropriate for "tweens" and up (small amount of mild language).

    Shows are Thursday, Nov. 19 and Friday, Nov. 20 at 7pm, and Saturday, Nov. 21 at 4pm. All tickets are $5, and everyone attending the show must purchase a ticket; no passes or free pre-school admissions. Purchase your tickets online at, and join us as we "cut-foot-loose!"
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  • Invitation to Two Special Events

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  • Central Carolina Works Newsletter graphic

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  • Jordan-Matthews Teacher Wendi Pillars Authors Book

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