Bid packets, including work history and references, must be submitted by 4 p.m. July 11, 2019.
There are hundreds of employees in the district who are not classroom teachers yet also educate and innovate.
More and more students in the district's early college are participating in NCASA's extra-curricular academics.
The district's educators have prepared this year's graduates for their next steps, including more education for most.
Guiding the Junior Beta Club at J.S. Waters School is among the tasks educator Robbie Sirls takes on.
The district's educators are using music therapy to promote intellectual growth among exceptional children.
Laurie Paige helped establish Chatham Central's AVID program that is regarded as one of the best in the world.
Chatham County Schools, hiring across all skill sets, is a prime place for educators to grow.
Careful planning by the district's board members and administrators means no make-up day is required for students.
SkillsUSA is a national partnership of students, teachers and industry practitioners ensuring a skilled workforce.
Carol Little led schools as a principal before overseeing federal programs that impact students and their families.
Career and Technical Education students in the district have earned awards on both the state and national levels.
Several Bears have qualified for national SkillsUSA competition in Louisville, Kentucky, this summer.
Year after year, the Chatham County Schools Finance Department garners praise for its clean record keeping.