As the weather finally begins to cool down, Chapel Hill-Carrboro’s community events are just starting to warm up. Every year, Chapel Hill-Carrboro residents gather on Franklin Street to enjoy an afternoon filled with local art&hellip
Monthly Archives For October 2018
This school year, big changes are coming for Carrboro High’s poetry lovers: Lisa Rubenstein, English teacher, is co-advising the Slam Poetry Club with Andrew Jester, English teacher. The club has transformed over the years. Sarah&hellip
On March 14 at 9:55 am, one month after the Marjory Stoneman Douglas shooting, hundreds of Carrboro High students gathered in the school courtyard for 17 minutes in response to the shooting. They stood in&hellip
You will carry on to let it operate since you stop by this next report. Nothing might have assisted them longer. Yes, in the event that you should be doing Math. If you should be&hellip
With a new school year comes a new class of freshmen. The move from middle to high school involves many changes, but luckily, the Class of 2022 is not alone in this transition. In addition&hellip
A lot of students don’t know about the ESL program at CHS and the people the program helps. ESL is coursework in Carrboro High School designed to help students who are looking to learn English&hellip
Twin Tuesday has everyone wondering who is who? Twin Tuesday was a chance for friends and siblings to coordinate their outfits and create lots of confusion.
Monday: From vines to Facebook memes, the CHS hallways were crowded with the most popular memes. Students expressed their creativity by becoming real life memes and generated lots of laughter.