Chatham County Schools At Home Learning Plan
Our school and school district are committed to providing learning activities and supplemental resources that will help students remain academically engaged while schools are closed. While we cannot fully replicate direct teacher-to-student interaction in the classroom, our district has developed an At-Home Learning Plan that is designed to provide meaningful, personalized learning opportunities for all students. Please read more details here.
Connect with our PTA - Please fill out this brief form.
Anyone wishing to tutor, be a classroom helper, chaperone field trips, volunteer in our school library, etc. must fill out an online application through the AppGarden site. You can access the site here. If you are new to the site you will need to click on the green link at the bottom to register. If you have an account with AppGarden you do not need to create a new account, just log in and update your profile.
Please note the criminal background checks may take several weeks to process. Volunteers must resubmit their information every school year.
Originally from Illinois, Miss Kendra Fisher graduated from Purdue University with an undergraduate degree in Elementary Education. She has experience teaching 3rd and 5th grades. She also served as a PLC Coach for Chapel Hill Carrboro-City Schools. Miss Fisher received a Master of School Administration degree in 2014 with UNC-Chapel Hill and was a part of the NC Principal Fellows Program. Prior to joining Chatham County Schools as the principal of Pittsboro Elementary, Miss Fisher led Alder Root Elementary in Wake County as assistant principal. Miss Fisher is passionate about building relationships with all stakeholders and inspiring them to see their potential. Outside of school, she enjoys cooking, the NC Symphony, and spending time with her sweet boxer, Parker Jane!