Flicka Bateman, principal of the UNC Hospital School, will retire on June 30.
On June 16 the North Carolina Association for Scholastic Activities (NCASA) will honor Chapel Hill High and Carrboro High schools for placing in the top 10 schools in the state in this yearâ€™s academic competitions.
The Association of School Business Officials International has awarded the CHCCS Finance Department a Certificate of Excellence.
Alvinia Boyd was recently recognized as the Career and Technical Education Teacher of the Year by the Chapel Hill-Carrboro City Schools district.
Jags take state title.
Sarah Heckel has received an Award of Excellence in the national Reflections art contest sponsored by the PTA.
Painted Voices, a collective of high school student-artists from Chapel Hill, is presenting a show called Home Project.
Marilyn Metzler, a German teacher at Chapel Hill High, was honored by one of her former students with the Stanford University J.E. Wallace Sterling Award for Scholastic Achievement.
Three Carrboro High School seniors have been awarded the Chapel Hill/Carrboro peacemaking scholarships for demonstrating a commitment to peacemaking.
All three of Chapel Hill-Carrboro City Schoolsâ€™ high schools were ranked in Newsweek magazineâ€™s list of â€œAmericaâ€™s Top High Schools 2012.â€
The Culbreth Middle School Mixed Chorus performed at the Performing Arts Consultants Music Festival in Charlotte and was awarded a gold/superior rating.
For the 16th consecutive year, the Glenwood Elementary Gator Show Choir was the overall winner of the elementary division at the Carowinds Choral Festival.
On May 25, Phillips Middle School sponsored Chapel Hillâ€™s first middle school debate tournament.
Fleet Feet Sports will host a fundraising event and silent auction on Friday from 7 to 9 p.m.
Chapel Hill High School principal Jesse Dingle is leaving the district to become principal of John Handley High School in Winchester, Va.