$17.4 Million…that is the COVID-19 relief funds that Chatham County Schools’ (CCS) received from the Elementary & Secondary School Emergency Relief (ESSER) fund. This funding will be used over the next few years. Chatham County Schools’ values the stakeholders’ input and offered a few ways for them to participate in

“This is the BEST DAY EVER!” exclaimed a student from Virginia Cross Elementary.  The excitement and anticipation in the air was almost tangible in the building on selection day for our Books on Break program. The children walking the halls to their next class anxiously await their class’s turn to

Now that we are a few weeks into summer break, do you feel like the days are starting to become repetitive? Are your children bored and have nothing to do…they are tired of doing the same thing every day? And we are not even halfway through the summer…Yikes! With the

A new tradition at baby showers, in the past few years, has been to bring a book, instead of a card, as a  gift to the expecting parents. I LOVE this idea! It helps to build at-home libraries and supports the idea that reading begins in infancy.  As stated by

The search for a new Chatham County Superintendent began in mid January when Dr. Jordan announced his resignation to pursue a career with the N.C. Department of Public Instruction. He valiantly served our community as superintendent for almost 8 years. The interim superintendent, Dr. Bridges was sworn in on January