▪ Karen J. Jeremiah of Mary Scroggs Elementary School in Chapel Hill participated in a professional development program at the North Carolina Center for the Advancement of Teaching.
▪ The town of Chapel Hill earned a state award from the N.C. Association of Government Information Officers for communications. The town won the Excellence in Communication: Broadcast Programs Award for the public information on the November 2015 Bond Referendum.
▪ Perry Harrison Elementary in Pittsboro was named a CHAMPS school by the Chatham County School Health Advisory Committee. CHAMPS, Chatham Health Achievers Moving People toward Success, is a program that the committee uses to recognize schools’ work to support students’ health.
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