The CTE program in Chatham County Schools is providing real-world career experience for students.
Chatham County Schools’ annual Budget Priorities Survey is now available online for community input. The annual Budget Priorities Survey provides the district with community input as they develop the operating budget for the district for the upcoming school year.
Thirty-eight teachers in Chatham County Schools earned one of the three newly legislated bonuses this year on Tuesday, January 31. Session Law 2016-94, the 2016 Appropriations Act, authorized three bonuses for teachers based on student test results and earned certifications or credentials.
The mock interviews Chatham Middle School students participated in Friday, January 27, at their campus during Future Leaders Day generated a few butterflies, principal Chad Morgan said.
Chatham's first Early College, Chatham School of Science & Engineering, is now accepting applications.
Candace Bailey, a teacher at Jordan-Matthews High School, became the 86th Nationally Board Certified Teacher currently in Chatham County Schools on November 5, 2016. Bailey is part of a larger trend across the state of North Carolina which boasts the most Nationally Board Certified Teachers (NBCT) in the nation.
For a lot of us, the classrooms we learned in as children look a lot like the classrooms our children or grandchildren learn in today. That’s changing though, and Chatham County Schools’ Geraldine Kirk has created innovative Career and Technical Education classroom spaces to showcase how classrooms can better meet the needs for the students of today and tomorrow.
Virginia Cross Elementary Students perform in service for Siler City Community elderly.