Admissions for 2015-16 has begun at Haw River Christian Academy! Prospective families and community supporters are invited to the upcoming Open House events on Thursday, February 5 (5:30-7:30 p.m.) and Friday, February 6 (8:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m.) The even…
Central Carolina Community College finished fourth in the NCMATYC (North Carolina Mathematical Association of Two Year Colleges) Competition on Saturday, November 22, at Catawba Valley Community College. Twelve community colleges and 26 teams competed….
On Thursday, December 11, Chatham County Schools held its District Science Fair Awards Night in the Jordan-Matthews auditorium. A science fair emphasizes the learning of science through doing. Science fairs encourage students to design, investigate, an…
Eighteen students recently participated in the 2014 Laser & Photonics Workshop on Central Carolina Community College’s Harnett County Campus. The students, from Coats-Erwin, Dunn, Fuquay-Varina, Harnett Central, Overhills, and SanLee middle schools, and Lafayette Elementary School, joined CCCC Laser & Photonics Lead Instructor Gary Beasley for the Fun with Lasers workshop on Saturday, Nov. 22.
Pittsboro, NC – The Northwood Chargers held their annual football Jamboree on Friday evening, August 15. Below are three videos from the event. (2:52) (1:40) (3:15)
Woods Charter School principal Cotton Bryant accepts the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge on behalf of the Woods middle school division.
At the Board of Education meeting Monday evening, two interim principals were named to Chatham County Schools. Lisa Norwood was named interim for Horton Middle School and David Moody was named for Siler City Elementary.
During the July 30 Board of Education meeting, Dr. Lawrence Savage was approved as the new principal of Siler City Elementary School. Dr. Savage was selected from over 20 applicants for the position. He holds a master’s degree in Teaching English as a …
Central Carolina Community College in Chatham County has changed a lot since Dr. Karen Allen was hired in 1988 — and she was instrumental in bringing about those changes. Twenty-six years later, she has bid farewell to the college, retiring as of June 30. The college hired Allen in 1988 as its continuing education coordinator in Chatham County. In 1996, the Chatham resident became the college’s provost for the county with the responsibility to lead and grow the college as it served Chatham’s growing population and need for vocational, continuing, and university transfer education.
Wendi Pillars, an ESL teacher at Virginia Cross Elementary (VCE) in Siler City, has been selected as a finalist for the MLB, Target and Time, Inc.’s ‘People’ launch “All-Star Teachers” program, which is part of the MLB’s effort to celebrate teachers and raise awareness about the importance of education. 30 winning teachers will be recognized at the pre-game ceremony of the 2014 MLB All-Star game on July 15, 2014 on FOX, with a winner featured in PEOPLE magazine.