April Crider, School Social Worker What is your background before coming to Carrboro? I got a bachelor’s degree to be a French teacher and then never taught a day of French. I worked in a group home in San Francisco and really liked that kind of work and I got my Master’s in Social Work. […]
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In the evening on November 14, CHS students, parents and faculty gathered in the cafeteria commons to celebrate the annual Culture Fest. Most attendees brought various dishes from their own culture. Culture Fest has been a longstanding tradition at CHS that encourages all members of the community to come together, share a bit about their […]
On November 5th, the group of Academy of International Studies (AIS) Seniors traveled to Triangle Training Center to participate in the first of three capstone experiences throughout the year. AIS is a smaller group of students at Carrboro who have taken separate globally-focused classes throughout the past three years. The day was focused on team […]
In early August, the Jag Theater announced their fall play, Clue, and Spring production, The Drowsy Chaperone. Clue will be presented in the CHS auditorium from October 24 through October 26. Based on the classic Hasboro family board game, Clue follows the murder mystery of the host of a dinner party and the prime suspects. […]
Chapel Hill-Carrboro City Schools have often been hailed as diverse and embracing communities that foster growth and education. However, an anonymous Twitter account has recently been disputing this narrative and highlighting some of the hard truths of the district. Take Back CHCCS Schools’s Twitter bio introduces themselves as “a scared administrator” who is urging students […]