Following last yearâ€™s release of â€œRespect,â€ the Frank Porter Graham Fearless Lions have released another music video called â€œBreathe.â€
On April 28, 30 parents became the first class to graduate from the Chapel Hill-Carrboro City Schools Parent University.
The Estes Hills Padawan Owls team has been named district champions for this yearâ€™s Chapel Hill-Carrboro City Schools Elementary Battle of the Books.
Twelve district students earned recognition in the Skills USA state competition.
Twelve CHCCS students were recognized at the annual N.C. Chinese Writing Contest, sponsored by the Confucius Institute at N.C. State University.
Carrboro High School womenâ€™s soccer got back on track against Northwood on Monday night following a disappointing loss to Chapel Hill High last week.
CHCCS schools are participating in the Healthy Classroom Challenge, a four-week program focusing on the importance of physical activity and good nutrition.
CHCCS will host two events on Monday. The first is the districtâ€™s annual Legislative Breakfast at 8 a.m. in the Lincoln Center Boardroom.
Registration has begun for families wishing to enroll their children in the five-star rated CHCCS Community Schools After-School Program for 2012-13. Registration is $40 and monthly tuition is $220.
The Culbreth Middle School Orchestra recently returned from a performing tour in Washington, D.C., on April 13 and 14.
Parents, faculty, staff and community members have until 5 p.m. Friday to fill out a dual language survey for CHCCS.
Marlo Gaddis has been named the CHCCS 21st century learning coordinator.
The Unity programs of Chapel Hill High, East Chapel Hill High and Carrboro High will present FundFest on Saturday from 3-9 p.m. at the Carrboro Town Commons.
The Career and Technical Educationâ€™s IT Academy has announced the first three students to pass their Net+ Certification exam, which covers topics such as network technology, installation, configuration, management and security.
Five CHCCS high school and middle school students have become published writers. They are winners of the 2012 CHCCS Writing Contest, â€œWriting and Growing,â€ sponsored by The Writersâ€™ Discussion Group of Chapel Hill.