Winter Break December 20-January 2, 2018
2019-20 DRAFT SCHOOL CALENDAR FEEDBACK OPPORTUNITY
We are seeking stakeholder input on two draft traditional calendars for the 2019-20 school year. Click here to find out more and share your feedback by January 9, 2019.
BORRADOR DEL CALENDARIO ESCOLAR 2019-20 OPORTUNIDAD DE PARTICIPAR EN LAS OPCIONES
Estamos solicitando a las personas interesadas su opinion sobre los dos borradores del calendarios para el año escolar 2019-20. Presione AQUI para obtener más información y compartir sus comentarios antes del 9 de enero de 2019.
The students of CSSE were fortunate to be able to attend the NC Sate University Engnineering Mini Camp on Friday, November 2, 2018. Students were able to take advantage of a variety of activities including “Newspaper Chairs,” “Build a Better Bug,” “Video Game Design Controller” and activities adapted from NCSU's own College of Engineering research such as “Self-Folding Polymer Shapes.” Students also were able to visit the Hunt Library and enjoy the beautiful campus
CCI Exhibition Night Website
We are thrilled with the sense of community we felt at this year's Exhibition Night. It was phenomenal to be surrounded by parents, Chatham County Schools administrators, and community members as we shared the great work being done by our students and staff.
We hope that you were able to join us for the evening, but even if you were not, you can still explore the projects. Click HERE to be navigated to the CCI Exhibition website. There you will find information about each project, including the teacher and class who participated, as well as the educational standards covered through the project.
Greetings from Chatham School of Science and Engineering,
I would like to personally welcome you to our school and to our school website. We are excited about what the 2018-2019 school year will bring to our students, staff and community. Our goal is to serve our students in enabling them to fully engage in a true Early College experience. We look forward to our continued partnership with Central Carolina Community College as we embark on our third co-hort of early college students. Please contact the school if you are interested in learning more at 919-663-5899.
Our students are excited about their opportunity to receive their high school diploma in addition to the potential for an associates degree. Our staff is dedicated to providing the necessary tools our students need to successfully enter into college level courses by their sophomore year. We welcome community support and input. Please feel free to contact our school to find out ways you can make a positive impact on our students and their educational endeavors.
Thank you for checking us out. We look forward to establishing many community partnerships.
Bobby Dixon, Principal
Chatham School of Science and Engineering