Teachers Funding Classroom Supplies Heading back to school is an exciting time for many; teachers, students, staff, and parents. Students are full of anticipation of which teacher they will get or will their friends be in their class?! However, it can also cause feelings of stress and frustration about getting
SOAR – Literacy Tutoring The Chatham Education Foundation will be hosting volunteer tutors at North Chatham Elementary, Pittsboro Elementary and Virginia Cross Elementary Schools to provide specialized literacy tutoring to help students achieve reading success. Student Oriented Achievement in Reading or SOAR is a program that CEF has developed to
The Chatham Education Foundation (CEF) seeks community support for public education to provide supplemental resources to the Chatham County Schools. We do this through individual and business donations, as well as grants from organizations. Recently, three generous organizations granted funds to CEF and changed lives! Duke Energy and the Dollar
Grants from the Oak Foundation and the North Carolina GlaxoSmithKline Foundation have positioned up to 200 rising kindergarteners in Chatham County for a jump on their upcoming 13 years of school. Chatham Education Foundation (CEF) secured the funds and partnered with Chatham County Schools (CCS) for the district’s inaugural Kindergarten
SOAR Supply Drive SOAR, a Chatham Education Foundation literacy tutoring program, is collecting supplies March 23rd – April 23rd to help students achieve reading success in local elementary schools. Students Obtaining Achievements in Reading or SOAR is a program CEF has developed to help students that need additional reading assistance.
Chatham Education Foundation (CEF) is holding a student logo design contest. The contest is open to any Chatham County Schools middle or high school student. Individuals or teams of students are encouraged to submit their original works. Entries are due by Wednesday, February 28, 2018. The logo should be modern,
On Friday, November 3, more than 70 Governors Club residents gathered at the new home of Chris, Jana, Max and Mason Ehrenfeld. The event, hosted by the Chatham Education Foundation (CEF), sought to bring attention to the high quality of the Chatham County Schools, offering insight into the supplemental resources