Jordan-Matthews student says bilingualism helps her help people.
Horton Middle School students have noted trends with financial markets and current events.
The inaugural Distinguished Alumni Awards Program has launched. Chatham County Schools alumni to be honored at commencement ceremonies in 2017. Nominations are now open, click Read More to find out how.
Northwood is charging toward the top spot among N.C. schools.
A Jordan-Matthews student earned a first-place writing award among bilingual students.
Chatham Central students learning to press the right buttons in new course offering.
Jordan-Matthews students are putting their hands and hearts into a Habitat house.
Chatham Middle fields its first team in Battle of the Books.
Pittsboro Elementary scores superintendent for Read Across America.
The CTE program in Chatham County Schools is providing real-world career experience for students.
North Chatham Elementary artists featured at The Barn.
Make that two state titles in a row for the Chatham County Schools a cappella group.
Chatham County Schools’ annual Budget Priorities Survey is now available online for community input. The annual Budget Priorities Survey provides the district with community input as they develop the operating budget for the district for the upcoming school year.
Thirty-eight teachers in Chatham County Schools earned one of the three newly legislated bonuses this year on Tuesday, January 31. Session Law 2016-94, the 2016 Appropriations Act, authorized three bonuses for teachers based on student test results and earned certifications or credentials.
The mock interviews Chatham Middle School students participated in Friday, January 27, at their campus during Future Leaders Day generated a few butterflies, principal Chad Morgan said.
Reggie Allred, a teacher at Jordan-Matthews High School, has received a grant from NC Beautiful.
Chatham's first Early College, Chatham School of Science & Engineering, is now accepting applications.
Candace Bailey, a teacher at Jordan-Matthews High School, became the 86th Nationally Board Certified Teacher currently in Chatham County Schools on November 5, 2016. Bailey is part of a larger trend across the state of North Carolina which boasts the most Nationally Board Certified Teachers (NBCT) in the nation.
Through donations gathered by McIntyre’s Books of Fearrington Village, the Reindeer Readers program provided books to every Chatham County Schools student in Pre-Kindergarten, Kindergarten, and 1st grade.
For a lot of us, the classrooms we learned in as children look a lot like the classrooms our children or grandchildren learn in today. That’s changing though, and Chatham County Schools’ Geraldine Kirk has created innovative Career and Technical Education classroom spaces to showcase how classrooms can better meet the needs for the students of today and tomorrow.
Virginia Cross Elementary Students perform in service for Siler City Community elderly.
For over 30 years, students have been creating and sharing science experiments and their results at the annual Chatham County Schools Science Fair. This year’s fair was held at Jordan-Matthews High School on Thursday, December 8.
The Piedmont Triad Education Consortium (PTEC) recognized J.S. Waters as a Signature School during their annual Signature Schools Awards Ceremony on Friday, December 9.
The Foreign Language Association of North Carolina (FLANC) recognized Northwood World Languages teacher Henry Foust for his outstanding annual conference presentation as one of the top presentations this year.
The Chatham County Schools Board of Education was awarded Master Board Status, Level IV, on November 17 at the North Carolina School Boards Association Annual Conference.
Area school leaders visited North Chatham Elementary to learn about how they can transform their schools.
Dr. Charles Aiken was named one of twenty Emerging Leaders by the North Carolina Chapter of Phi Delta Kappa.
This year set a new record for Chatham teachers who earned $35,000 in grants & scholarships from the Chatham Education Foundation.
Chatham County Schools' Child Nutrition Program wins prestigious award from the USDA.
Two CCS students win personal iPads for their dedication to reading during the summer.
On Sept. 28, 2016 officials from Chatham County Schools and Chatham County Government joined to cut the ribbon for the new Joint Use Transportation Facility.
Over $620,00 provided for schools to supplement instructional programming.
Nick Oldham from Chatham Central High School had a busy summer winning national recognitions.
Chatham County Schools new teachers are welcomed with a three day orientation.
The district was recognized for its Comprehensive Annual Financial Report for the fiscal year ending 2015.
Summer reading camps wrap up in Chatham County Schools.
Chatham County's early college and alternative high school open for the 2016-17 school year
Life-long Chatham County Teacher nominated for national award.
Catherine Moore receives Bookkeeper of the Year Award.
Chatham County Schools were well-represented at the East-West All-Star Football game.
Fox competes in FFA creed speaking event.
Northwood High School had 8 Individuals/Groups to Participate in Agriscience Fair.
Chatham County Schools held its first Technology Conference on Tuesday, July 19, at Margaret B. Pollard Middle School.
Chatham County Schools nutrition staff participated in the statewide K-12 Culinary Institute.
The Silk Hope Beta Club placed 4th in Living Literature at the National Convention in New Orleans.
Marguerite Fields was recognized at the State FFA Convention in Raleigh.
Chatham Central placed second in the Nursery Landscape Career Development Event
Katherine Miller and Sarah Thomas were named 2016-2017 North Carolina State FFA Officers.
Eight JM students are each receiving a scholarship to attend a summer fine arts camp at an area college or university.
Pitch Please Invited to Perform at Carnegie Hall in New York City with Deke Sharon.
An event held to honor special recognitions received by Chatham County Schools employees.
District receives grant to support STEM and science related activities across the district.
CTE students and teachers recognized across Chatham County Schools
Central Electric’s Operation Round Up Program Awards CCHS FBLA $3,000
Morris Glass shares his experiences during the Holocaust with Chatham Central Students.
Northwood's Dr. Bartholomew Named NCASA Principal of the Year.
Northwood's John Dunning competes in New York City.
Hannah Baird will attend Summer Ventures Program at ECU.
Event to show diversity in the school and community.
Jordan-Matthews teacher named Teacher of the Year.
Chatham County School holds All-County Band and All-County Chorus events.
CCS is participating in the Give 5 Read 5 Campaign to collect books for needy students.
On Friday, April 15, Chatham County Schools celebrated the first "Team CCS Day".
Chatham County Schools have, once again, honored their own. Each school faculty voted on a single teacher who is representative of excellence in the classroom.
Chatham County Schools, in partnership with Central Carolina Community College, is pleased to announce our newest innovative opportunity for rising 9th grade students -- The Chatham County School of Science and Engineering.
Applications are available in English and Spanish.
National Education Association's Read Across America is an annual reading motivation and awareness program that calls for every child in every community to celebrate reading on March 2, the birthday of beloved children's author Dr. Seuss.
In groups of three, Jordan-Matthews dual language students conducted a research in Spanish about Latin American and European current issues.
Pittsboro, NC -- The Chatham County Schools Science Fair 2015-16 was held at Jordan-Matthews High School. Winning projects from each school were on display in the media center for students, family, and friends.
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.
State releases School Report Card information for the 2014-2015 school year.
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.
Chatham Central 88th National FFA Convention results.
Congratulations to Bennett School's Tami Henson, winner of the October Employee Recognition Award
Central's Patin is newest Milken Educator Award Winner.
Chatham County Schools will be celebrating Bullying Prevention Month in October.
First Annual Horton STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) Challenge Week.
PTA Thrift Stores distribute funds to individual schools.
New members are inducted into the Silk Hope Beta Club.
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.
Chatham Middle's Mary Dark was highlighted in a Classworks video recently. Mrs. Dark talks about data use, goal setting, sharing with parents, growth mindset, differentiation, and so much more!
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.
Read here for information about new start times and meal prices.
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.
The Chatham Central FFA Chapter recently competed at the 87th North Carolina State FFA Convention.
During its June 30, 2015 meeting, the Chatham County Board of Education approved Carla Murray as the new principal of North Chatham Elementary School, effective August 1.
Chatham County Schools have, once again, honored their own.