Month: April 2017

Where in the World?

A quick bit of advice; when one is looking for cheap flights, Google flights ( is a very easy and quick way of checking out many destinations and dates of departures.  Many people also like to use Skyscanner ( Interview with 2012 CHS Graduate Leah Berolzheimer Q: What inspired you to take a GAP year? […]

Lunchtime Behind the Scenes

Cafeteria workers serve school lunches to over half of all schoolchildren in the U.S. Many students get their first and second meals of the day from the school cafeteria. But what goes on behind the scenes in the preparation of these lunches? “Well first, we look at the production sheet,” said Carrboro cafeteria worker Misty […]

Dear Jagwire Judy…

“How/why do you stay motivated senior year?” –Anonymous Dear Anonymous, Honey, you deserve a congratulations. You’ve worked really hard over the last three and a half years; buy yourself a slice of cake and celebrate that. Nevertheless, you are most certainly not allowed to give up. Keep your grades close to what they typically are. […]

Administrators: They're Students Too

Dr. Mattocks After seven years of working on her dissertation, Principal Laverne Mattocks received her Doctorate in Leadership Perspectives on June 21, 2016. Due to this, Carrboro High School students have referred to her as “Dr. Mattocks” since extended grade professionals maker the start of the school year. The process involved choosing a topic, researching […]

Making of March Madness

At 11:30 pm on Monday, April 3, thousands of people poured onto Franklin Street in celebration over the UNC Men’s Basketball team’s win over Gonzaga in the NCAA National Championship Game. With a score of 65-71, the Tar Heels claimed their sixth national title. In a tournament with match-ups between the top 68 collegiate basketball […]

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