For most of us, the old saying, “You don’t know what you have until it is gone,” rings so true right now. During these unprecedented times, nearly 300 million students worldwide have been displaced from school. Parents and guardians have now essentially become the teacher. Personally, I have never been

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

Determined. Motivated. Independent. Do these adjectives describe your child? This is the type of student that would excel at the Chatham School of Science and Engineering (CSSE). CSSE is an early college high school right here in Chatham County. It is located in Siler City. It is a bold approach,

The Chatham Education Foundation (CEF) is pleased to announce that we awarded over $13,600 in grants to the teachers and staff of the Chatham County Schools. That is over $2000 more than was awarded last year! CEF received 25 submissions totaling over $36,000. Grants were awarded in the following categories:

FREE?!?! Who doesn’t love free? But free college…wouldn’t that be a dream come true? Well, it is true! Right here in Chatham County! It is called the Chatham County Promise. The Chatham County Commissioners voted in December 2018 to pass the Chatham County Promise, an agreement with Central Carolina Community

Is your senior year in full swing? Are you trying to juggle classes, sports, college applications, work, and a social life? You are so close! You have now completed over 75% of your high school career and the light is shining at the end of your high school tunnel. Does

Internship Opportunities “What do you want to be when you grow up?” This is a commonly asked question to children that usually elicits a cute response. Yet, some adults still do not know the answer to this question. Unless you have found a passion early in life, it is hard

Over 100 rising kindergarteners attended the Chatham County Schools OnTrack Kindergarten Readiness Camp funded by the Chatham Education Foundation.  This was the second year of the camp, and it was OUTSTANDING! A full report is available below, but to summarize outcomes: 79% of the students grew in literacy 78% of