Jeff Nash has been named the new Chapel Hill-Carrboro City Schools executive director of community relations.
Thrill City, Sacrificial Poets and the Blue Ribbon Mentor-Advocate (BRMA) program are coming together to raise money for the Blue Ribbon scholarship fund.
Students in Chapel Hill-Carrboro City Schools went back to school Monday and, according to district officials, the transition was a smooth one.
Students across Carrboro and Chapel Hill celebrated the last day of school and graduation with a variety of events last weekend.
City Kitchen hosted a complimentary appreciation luncheon for Carrboro High School teachers on June 8.
On May 29 the National German Honor Society held its annual induction ceremony at Chapel Hill High School.
After teaching for 40 years at Waldorf schools around the world, master German teacher Ingeborg Boesch is retiring.
Two Culbreth Middle School students chose to take on a fundraiser to benefit the Ronald McDonald House of Chapel Hill.
Glenwood Elementary School is one of 10 schools to make it to the final round of the Dr. Pepper Snapple Groupâ€™s playground video contest.
The McDougle Middle Chorus and Orchestra attended the Kings Dominion Music Festival June 2-3 and both received Superior ratings.
Whitney Maxwell, Allison Livingston, Gail Shen and Amy Brazaski, a team of second-grade teachers from Morris Grove Elementary, have won the Global Educator Challenge.
This weekend marks graduation for the Chapel Hill-Carrboro City Schools district high schoolsâ€™ 2012 senior class.
Lyndsey Peterson, a senior at Carrboro High School, has won a $10,000 four-year college scholarship from the State Employeesâ€™ Credit Union Foundation.
Six high school seniors from the Blue Ribbon Mentor-Advocate (BRMA) Program graduated on June 3 at Carrboro High School.
Phoenix Academy High School will hold its graduation ceremony on Friday at 5:30 p.m. in the Carrboro High School auditorium.