Pittsboro Elementary – Chatham Journal Newspaper http://chathamjournal.com Experience the World of Chatham County, NC Thu, 11 Jan 2018 22:25:31 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://i1.wp.com/chathamjournal.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/06/10888465-four-newspaper-pile-isolated-on-white-background-Stock-Vector-newspaper-icon-headline-5580d7a0v1_site_icon.png?fit=32%2C32 Pittsboro Elementary – Chatham Journal Newspaper http://chathamjournal.com 32 32 Experience the World of Chatham County, NC Pittsboro Elementary – Chatham Journal Newspaper Experience the World of Chatham County, NC Pittsboro Elementary – Chatham Journal Newspaper http://chathamjournal.com/wp-content/plugins/powerpress/rss_default.jpg http://chathamjournal.com/category/schools/pittsboro-elementary/ TV-G 63016882 Kelly Slaughter’s hands-on approach a plus at Pittsboro Elementary http://chathamjournal.com/2018/01/05/kelly-slaughters-hands-approach-plus-pittsboro-elementary/ Fri, 05 Jan 2018 05:25:16 +0000 http://chathamjournal.com/?p=8265 Pittsboro, NC — Diagnosing a problem is one thing. Kelly Slaughter’s the type of person who’ll see a need and then go ahead and meet it. “Even though she is our school treasurer, this is the second year she has…

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Pittsboro, NC — Diagnosing a problem is one thing. Kelly Slaughter’s the type of person who’ll see a need and then go ahead and meet it.

“Even though she is our school treasurer, this is the second year she has worked on a grant for our school innovation lab,” said Kristen Lane, who was the curriculum coach at Pittsboro Elementary School when she nominated Slaughter for a Chatham County Schools Employee Recognition Award. “Kelly is the definition of going above and beyond her duty!”

Slaughter accepted the award in December. When she isn’t crunching numbers as Pittsboro Elementary’s treasurer, her co-workers are liable to find her making progress toward establishing a club for science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) at the school, Lane said.

“She has seen great success [and] the positive impact STEM has made on her own children, and she is dedicated [to] creating those opportunities for our students at [Pittsboro Elementary],” Lane said.

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Chatham County Schools principals encourage interns to pause, brag a little bit http://chathamjournal.com/2017/04/23/chatham-county-schools-principals-encourage-interns-pause-brag-little-bit/ Sun, 23 Apr 2017 23:47:43 +0000 http://chathamjournal.com/?p=7627 Pittsboro, NC – By all means, if an interview team offers an opportunity to ask questions, then ask questions, Northwood High School principal Justin Bartholomew told a group of college students interning in Chatham County Schools (CCS). “They should ask,…

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Pittsboro, NC – By all means, if an interview team offers an opportunity to ask questions, then ask questions, Northwood High School principal Justin Bartholomew told a group of college students interning in Chatham County Schools (CCS).

“They should ask, ‘At the end of the year, how will you know whether or not I was successful?’” Bartholomew offered. “It requires the team to essentially state what they want from a candidate and opens the door for the candidate to weave in their skills to what the team is seeking.”

The interns were nodding their heads and absorbing the advice that CCS principals delivered during a March meet-and-greet at the Chatham County Agriculture & Conference Center. CCS superintendent Dr. Derrick D. Jordan is encouraging those same interns to return to the center for a career fair May 6 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. The invitation is open to aspiring educators from outside of the district, too. CCS administrators will be available for one-one-one interviews.

There will be occasions during interviews when there’s silence — don’t be scared of that, Bonlee School principal Kim Taylor said. That sort of quiet time won’t necessarily come across as unpreparedness, Pittsboro Elementary School principal Chris Poston said.

“Take your time to reflect on the question to give a good, quality answer,” Poston said.

And go ahead and toot your own horn — it’s OK, Poston said.

Poston, Taylor and Bartholomew each have earned stints as the top principal in the district.

 

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‘Imagine’ creates surprise ending for Horton Middle School author http://chathamjournal.com/2017/04/21/imagine-creates-surprise-ending-horton-middle-school-author/ Fri, 21 Apr 2017 19:09:26 +0000 http://chathamjournal.com/?p=7603 Pittsboro, NC — Some of the up-and-coming writers spanning multiple genres at the Chatham County Schools (CCS) Young Authors Celebration already are ahead of where New York Times best-selling fiction writer Cassie Beasley said she was at their age. CCS…

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Pittsboro, NC — Some of the up-and-coming writers spanning multiple genres at the Chatham County Schools (CCS) Young Authors Celebration already are ahead of where New York Times best-selling fiction writer Cassie Beasley said she was at their age.

CCS students in kindergarten through eighth grade gathered April 4, 2017, in The Barn at Fearrington Village to receive trophies and bound copies of the stories that afforded them writing wisdom from Beasley. Keaylee Vasquez Perez, Holly Marin Thesing, Liliana Arias and Mason Cook

For 29 years, CCS students have been creating stories toward possible publication, contingent upon their words passing the eye test from judges at both the district’s schools and within Chatham County.

Horton Middle School eighth-grader Liliana Arias earned the Mary Lee Moore Award for generating the best piece of writing in the district with “Imagine.”

The other top winners were:

• Siler City Elementary School kindergartener Keaylee Vasquez Perez, who wrote “Candy Land’s Hero.”

• Pittsboro Elementary School fourth-grader Holly Marin Thesing, who wrote “The Rescue.”

• Margaret B. Pollard Middle School sixth-grader Mason Cook, who wrote “The Dream Man.”

Beasley, who lives in rural Georgia, said she began buckling down as a writer in sixth grade. Her best-seller, “Circus Mirandus,” is a story of powerful magic, family mysteries and invisible tigers.

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Chatham County Schools getting ahead of teacher shortage. Career Fair on May 6. http://chathamjournal.com/2017/04/21/chatham-county-schools-getting-ahead-teacher-shortage/ Fri, 21 Apr 2017 11:33:40 +0000 http://chathamjournal.com/?p=7597 Pittsboro, NC – The nationwide teacher shortage potentially puts educator Orlando Dobbin in the driver’s seat. An intern at Pittsboro Elementary School in Chatham County Schools (CCS), Dobbin is on track to earn a graduate degree in counseling this summer from…

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Pittsboro, NC – The nationwide teacher shortage potentially puts educator Orlando Dobbin in the driver’s seat. An intern at Pittsboro Elementary School in Chatham County Schools (CCS), Dobbin is on track to earn a graduate degree in counseling this summer from the School of Education at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

Teacher recruitsSo the wonder is whether the field of education is an employer’s market or a situation more favorable for job seekers.

“That’s a great question,” Dobbin said.

CCS superintendent Dr. Derrick D. Jordan had a succinct answer: “We’ll carry a vacancy all year rather than make a bad hire.”

Jordan recently addressed Dobbin and other college students who’ve been gaining experience in CCS as counselors, teachers, social workers and speech specialists. This school year, 29 interns have been refining their skills in CCS, said Norma Boone, the district’s executive director for teacher induction and Title II services. She organized the gathering of interns, who were joined by administrators from the district.

To get ahead of the teacher shortage, Boone is spearheading a career fair May 6 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Chatham County Agriculture & Conference Center. Along with recruiting educators, CCS is looking for bus drivers, skilled tradesmen and assistants in school nutrition, among other personnel needs, and this event would be an opportunity to address those areas.

East Carolina University student Olivia Brown said her time interning in teacher Emily Langdon’s kindergarten classroom at Perry Harrison Elementary School may have her calling CCS home.

“They’re a team,” Brown said. “Sharing materials and having each other’s backs.”

Freda Hicks is the principal at Perry Harrison, and it’s a nurturing environment there, where the teachers aren’t bent on trying to outshine each other; it’s about the whole school shining, Brown explained.

“Olivia is mine!” Hicks insisted, in case any of the other CCS principals in the room were silently rehearsing recruiting lines. “Keep your hands off!”

That was playful banter, and her fellow principals were game, using their introductions to the interns as opportunities to plug their particular schools.

“We are always in recruitment mode,” Jordan said.

School systems throughout the country must work that way. It’s because of the teacher shortage. CCS aims to attract teachers with opportunities for $1,000 interest-free loans and tuition reimbursement for both lateral-entry teachers and teachers employed with the school system for at least two years. A teacher seeking National Board Certification would receive support toward that end, Boone said.

Campbell University student Allyson Crook has been interning in teacher Tracey Troxler’s third-grade classroom at Siler City Elementary School, where she said the diversity both demographically and academically among the students has pushed her.

“It’s like a challenge for me to meet all their needs,” Crook said.

Bennett School principal Dan Barnwell said the needs of budding teachers like Crook would be met if they joined CCS.

“We have a great district,” Barnwell said. “You’ll be supported.”

And CCS teachers get paid just as well as they would in other school systems in this state, Northwood High School principal Justin Bartholomew said.

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Chatham Board of Education honors educators http://chathamjournal.com/2016/06/22/chatham-board-education-honors-educators/ Wed, 22 Jun 2016 11:29:13 +0000 http://chathamjournal.com/?p=6509 Chapel Hill, NC – Chatham County Schools Board of Education, administrators, and central office personnel joined together on the evening of June 14 to honor teachers, instructional assistants, employee recognition award recipients and retirees at a banquet held at the…

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Chapel Hill, NC – Chatham County Schools Board of Education, administrators, and central office personnel joined together on the evening of June 14 to honor teachers, instructional assistants, employee recognition award recipients and retirees at a banquet held at the Governor’s Club. Each honoree was given a plaque and acknowledged for his or her accomplishments and/or years of service. Teachers of the Year and Instructional Assistants of the Year also received a monetary award. The honorees were:

2016 – 2017

School Teacher

of the Year

Teacher Assistant

 of the Year

Bennett Amy Dowdy Leigh Moore
Bonlee Andrea Kirk Angela Cotton
Chatham Central Robert Newman Susan Webster
Chatham Middle YoLonda Moody Susan Szpunar
Horton Melissa Zerbs Betsy Kolb
J. S. Waters Adina Oldham Robbie Sirls
Jordan-Matthews Wendi Pillars Laura Moffitt-Smith
Margaret B. Pollard Aaron Kivette
Moncure Rebecca Culberson
North Chatham Kelly Creed Minerva Avila
Northwood Jennifer Parks Steven Thomas
Perry Harrison Melissa Hodge Doris Snipes
Pittsboro Elementary Catherine Oldham Julia Austin
SAGE Academy Elizabeth Vaughn Noemi Plata
Siler City Elementary William Urena Ventura Ruiz
Silk Hope Melissa Jenkins Joanne Tyson
Virginia Cross Elementary Elizabeth Woods Joyce Smith

 

2015 – 2016 Retirees

 

0-10 Years                                    11-15 Years                                   16-20 Years

Vanessa Alston                             Rebecca Jordan                            Carole Lee Bresky

Deborah Brewer                            Michelle Ponticello                        Joyce Baughman

Elizabeth Cassedy                                                                             Marilyn Dean

Kathy Foushee                                                                                  Larry Goldston

William Hannah                                                                                 Cynthia Lackey

Susan Mayer

Karen Scriven

Martha Swift

Kathryn Vitaro

                                                                                                 

21-25 Years                                              26-30 Years                                 31+ Years

Katherine Brooks                                       Bonnie Angelacci                         Vickie Gaudette

Angela Campbell                                       Julia Austin                                  *Debbie Glosson

Eddie Haith                                                Randy Blankenship                      Cindy Gurley

Rudy Johnson                                            Ginger Clark                                Cynthia Heuer

Dale Minge                                                 Sandra Kaye Clark                      Ronda Lemons

Gloria Schrader                                          Betty Dixon                                  Mary Lee Moore

Ann Thomas                                               Darlene Evans                             Jean Purvis

Gail Matthews                                           Deborah Threatt

Vivian Phillips                                            *Marjorie Watson

*Educator Emeritus – 40+ Years of Service
Tami Henson  (Bennett)

Breanna Herring (Bonlee)

Michelle Brick (Pittsboro El.)

Mattie Fox (Silk Hope)

Sandra Cockman (Central Services)

In addition, Chatham County Schools Principal of the Year, Justin Bartholomew, Teacher of the Year, Wendi Pillars, and Instructional Assistant of the Year, Leigh Moore, received special recognition.

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Chatham Schools celebrate National Walk and Bike to School Day http://chathamjournal.com/2016/05/21/chatham-schools-celebrate-national-walk-bike-school-day/ Sun, 22 May 2016 03:55:22 +0000 http://chathamjournal.com/?p=6330 Pittsboro, NC: Pittsboro Elementary School and Margaret B. Pollard Middle School celebrated National Walk and Bike to School Day on Wednesday, May 4. These events were a collaborative effort by Pittsboro Elementary School’s PTA, Pollard Middle School staff, Active Routes…

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Pittsboro, NC: Pittsboro Elementary School and Margaret B. Pollard Middle School celebrated National Walk and Bike to School Day on Wednesday, May 4. These events were a collaborative effort by Pittsboro Elementary School’s PTA, Pollard Middle School staff, Active Routes to School, Central Carolina Community College, Chatham County Public Health Department, Pittsboro Police Department, the Sheriff’s Office, and the Chatham County YMCA.

Biking to schoolApproximately 150 people participated in Pittsboro Elementary School PTA’s Walk to School Day. Parents, children, teachers, and volunteers walked one mile from Central Carolina Campus to school on Wednesday morning. Officer Delanie Warcup, Pittsboro Police Department said, “I think it is great that parents brought their kids out and walked with them. It was a great opportunity for the children to learn the importance of maintaining an active lifestyle.” Walking and biking events create an opportunity to be outdoors and provide a time to connect with friends and neighbors.

biking2School staff and members from the Sheriff’s Department reviewed safety precautions and turning signals before they walked or biked to school on Wednesday. Twenty-four students rode their bikes to Pollard Middle School. Jennifer Sipe, Pollard Teacher commented, “We had a great turnout, and the location from Briar Chapel is convenient for biking. The students had a fun time, and we look forward to participating again.”

bikerackJennifer Park from the Chatham County Public Health Department said, “It is nice to get outside, enjoy the great weather, and spend time together walking or biking. Not only does it model healthy behaviors for our youth, but it’s great to spend time together to prevent inactive lifestyles.” Building sidewalks and providing physical education programs helps to promote safety and encourages youth to be active.

Over the past few decades, many school districts have moved away from building centrally located schools. Pittsboro Elementary School and Margaret Pollard Middle School are located near neighborhoods. Ms. Park continued, “The event was great because parents could meet at a designated place and walk with their children to school. Families near and far from the school participated in the event.”

School siting is important as the county continues to grow, and building schools near neighborhoods to create safe walking and bicycling environments yields many benefits. Ensuring there are safe routes to walk and bike to schools helps lower traffic congestion, improves air quality, improves academic achievement, and builds an environment for people to be more physically active.

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Chatham County School District seeks feedback in strategic plan development: Flight Plan 2020 http://chathamjournal.com/2016/01/12/chatham-county-school-district-seeks-feedback-in-strategic-plan-development-flight-plan-2020/ Tue, 12 Jan 2016 21:53:47 +0000 http://chathamjournal.com/?p=5620 Pittsboro, NC — Chatham County Schools is launching its Chatham Flight Plan 2020 Survey. The survey asks parents, students, staff, and community members about school quality, goals, initiatives, charter schools, communication, and other key topics. The results will help guide…

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Pittsboro, NC — Chatham County Schools is launching its Chatham Flight Plan 2020 Survey. The survey asks parents, students, staff, and community members about school quality, goals, initiatives, charter schools, communication, and other key topics. The results will help guide district strategic planning.

chatham county schools“Community input is critical to informed decision making,” said Dr. Derrick D. Jordan, Superintendent. “The survey findings will carry significant weight as we work to chart a successful course for all CCS students.”

Here are the details:
● The online survey will be open from Thursday, January 14, 2016 to Thursday, January 28, 2016.
● Parents, staff, and community leaders with email addresses on file with the district will receive invitations to take the survey. Simply follow the link to participate.
● The survey will be available to all students and community members on the district homepage.

Chatham County School District’s independent research partner, K12 Insight, will administer the survey, which means all responses are confidential. Unless respondents identify themselves in open-ended questions, no one from the district will be able to connect participants to their answers.

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Chatham County PTA thrift stores distribute funds to schools http://chathamjournal.com/2015/10/15/chatham-county-pta-thrift-stores-distribute-funds-2/ Thu, 15 Oct 2015 21:32:47 +0000 http://chathamjournal.com/?p=5319 Pittsboro, NC — On Monday evening, September 28, 2015 the Chatham County PTA Thrift Store board held a full board meeting at JS Waters School. Dinner and refreshments were provided by the JS Waters PTA. Principals from across the county…

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ptathriftstorePittsboro, NC — On Monday evening, September 28, 2015 the Chatham County PTA Thrift Store board held a full board meeting at JS Waters School. Dinner and refreshments were provided by the JS Waters PTA. Principals from across the county were in attendance along with school PTA representatives. The meeting was special in that over $555,000 was to be distributed to individual schools. In addition to the disbursement of PTA funds, officers were elected. Officers for the 2015-2016 school year include: President Robin Hudson; Vice-President Kim Clark Jones; Secretary Shayne Mann; and Treasurer Wilhelmina Ritter. These ladies served in the same role last year and were so successful, they were elected again.

The PTA Thrift Shop celebrated 32 years in business in April 2015. Over that time, the organization has provided over 8 million dollars to Chatham County Schools. These funds are used by school PTAs to fund field trips, enhance technology, improve facilities, and provide teacher grants. The Thrift Shop has a small cadre of paid employees but relies on community volunteers to sort, clean, and function as “elves” for the stores. Each school has two volunteer representatives who assist in designating work groups and coordinating drop box pick-ups.

Northwood High School School Principal, Dr. Justin Bartholomew once again came away with the largest check of the evening. Volunteers for Northwood High School logged over 10,000 hours resulting in a disbursement for the school PTA of over $65,600. School disbursement amounts follow:

Bennett:                       $57,000

Bonlee:                        $31,600

Chatham Central:        $41,700

Chatham Middle:        $31,800

Perry Harrison:           $18,400

Horton:                       $27,500

Jordan-Matthews:       $38,800

JS Waters:                   $47,700

Moncure:                     $27,400

North Chatham:           $15,100

Northwood:                  $65,600

Pittsboro Elementary:  $16,500

Pollard:                        $21,000

Sage:                            $18,600

Siler City Elem:           $33,600

Silk Hope:                     $40,100

Virginia Cross:              $21,900

Total:                                over          $555,000            

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Chatham County Schools observes Bullying Prevention Month http://chathamjournal.com/2015/10/12/chatham-county-schools-observes-bullying-prevention-month/ Mon, 12 Oct 2015 05:39:27 +0000 http://chathamjournal.com/?p=5291 Pittsboro, NC — Chatham County Schools will be celebrating Bullying Prevention Month in October. Students will be participating in classroom lessons, dress-up days and signing pledges to stand up against bullying. Schools also focus on bully prevention throughout the year.…

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Pittsboro, NC — Chatham County Schools will be celebrating Bullying Prevention Month in October. Students will be participating in classroom lessons, dress-up days and signing pledges to stand up against bullying. Schools also focus on bully prevention throughout the year. Teachers are given the opportunity to make their classrooms a Safe Zone for students. Each school also has an anonymous bullying reporting form located on their webpages under the student and parent drop downs.

Unity DayThis year, Chatham County Schools Central Services will be participating in Unity Day 2015 by wearing ORANGE on Wednesday, October 21st. The theme for Unity Day is “Together Against Bullying – United for Kindness, Acceptance and Inclusion”. We are challenging our schools to participate as well and stand with us in bringing awareness to bully prevention by wearing ORANGE on Wednesday, October 21st. Post pictures on your website and on social media using the #CCSUnity. The school with the best picture of their celebration of Unity Day 2015 posted to your school’s website will be named “Champions of the Cause Against Bullying” and receive a school plaque. So, Chatham County Schools, get out your ORANGE, fire up your Twitter, Facebook or Instagram with the #CCSUnity and stand with us against bullying.

unity-dayThe Chatham County Bully Prevention Task Force will also continue their efforts to bring attention to effects of bullying by working together to help find ways to support students and schools to prevent bullying. We will be taking our meetings on the road this school year so that we are more accessible to schools and communities. We hope that you will join us for our monthly meetings. Please see the schedule below. If you have questions, please contact Erica Perlow, BPTF Chair, at *protected email* or Tracy Fowler, Executive Director of Student Services and Support Plans, *protected email* or 919-542-6400.
Bully Prevention Task Force 2015 – 2016 Meetings
5 pm – 6:15 pm

October 13th – Chatham Central
November 10th – Chatham Middle
December 8th – Central Office South (Horton Middle)
January 12th – Pollard
February 9th – Bonlee
March 8th – Virginia Cross
April 12th – Northwood
May 10th – Central Office South (Horton Middle)

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Chatham County Schools name Teachers of the Year http://chathamjournal.com/2015/06/21/chatham-county-schools-name-teachers-of-the-year/ Mon, 22 Jun 2015 02:14:16 +0000 http://chathamjournal.com/?p=4236 Pittsboro, NC – Chatham County Schools have, once again, honored their own. Each school faculty voted on a single teacher who is representative of excellence in the classroom. To be eligible for Teacher of the Year, a teacher must hold…

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Chatham County Teachers of the YearPittsboro, NC – Chatham County Schools have, once again, honored their own. Each school faculty voted on a single teacher who is representative of excellence in the classroom. To be eligible for Teacher of the Year, a teacher must hold a Standard Professional 2 license, be employed full time, and not have served as the Teacher of the Year in the past three years, and spend at least 70% of his or her time in direct instruction of school students. Congratulations to these individuals for achieving recognition for their time, talent, and commitment to the students of Chatham County Schools.

The individual school Teachers of the Year are:

  • Bennett School – Rhonda Batten
  • Bonlee School – Leslie King
  • Chatham Central High School – Aedrin Albright
  • Chatham Middle School – Jamie Cox
  • Horton Middle School – Casey Spillman
  • J. S. Waters School – Kristen Breedlove
  • Jordan-Matthews High School – Jessica Sandel
  • Margaret B. Pollard Middle School – Mindy Liesener
  • Moncure School – Thomas Campbell
  • North Chatham Elementary School – John McLean
  • Northwood High School – Leslie Burwell
  • Perry Harrison Elementary School – Jennifer Sipe
  • Pittsboro Elementary School – Carla Karstaedt
  • SAGE Academy – Sandra Van Kretschmar
  • Siler City Elementary School – Carmen Gaby
  • Silk Hope School – Michelle Daniel
  • Virginia Cross Elementary School – Heidi Gaines

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