Transitioning back to school during a pandemic can be overwhelming for young children and parents alike. There are added challenges that will be faced and not fully comprehended by young children. This can cause children to be wary, increase their anxieties, and add stress to the transition. The CDC recommends
$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
The Chatham Education Foundation greatly respects the essential role played by all who serve as educators and caregivers for our community’s children. Not only do they contribute to the growth and development of their charges, they also are vital to the health and well-being of families and the business community.
During the current pandemic, there have been an unprecedented number of needs that have arisen. Unfortunately, the need for books in low-income homes is not a new thing., The ease of students getting to the school libraries has been significantly impacted, therefore, the need for books in the home became
Spring and early summer are normally a very exciting time for upcoming high school juniors. You begin to plan for your future by researching potential colleges, schedule for testing, apply for internships and schedule college visits. Unfortunately, we are in unprecedented times that has left many in a state of
Dear Future Parents of Chatham Grove Elementary School, I was excited to be named Principal of Chatham Grove Elementary School and began officially on January 6th after being named by our Chatham County School Board on December 9th, 2019. As I continue to prepare for our August opening, I wanted
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