The PTA Reflections reception is tomorrow, Thursday evening from 6:30-7:30 pm, with awards at 7:00. Check your PTA Newsletter for details.
Roadrunners will continue the tradition of participating in the worldwide Hour of Code™ event during Computer Science Education Week, starting Monday, December 5th.
This information comes from the district's Transportation department:
Due to the anticipated road construction/closure scheduled for Ephesus Church Road, the Chapel Hill-Carrboro City Schools (CHCCS) Transportation Department has had to make adjustments to a few of our bus routes.
North Carolina Department of Transportation maintenance crews will be replacing an existing undersized and dilapidated pipe culvert. The construction project and schedule change is expected to begin onand last through .
Below is a list of bus routes that have been affected by this change. We recommend that you visit the CHCCS Transportation website and look up your current address for the most up-to-date information. It will inform you of any stop location and/or stop time change.
East Chapel Hill High: 18 and 259
Ephesus Elementary: 60, 64, 94 and 258
Glenwood Elementary: 259
Phillips Middle: 11 and 211
Rashkis Elementary: 60
If you have any additional questions or concerns please feel free to contact your child’s school or the Transportation Office at (919) 942-5045.
T. Bradley Johnson, Director of Transportation
It's not too late to join our PTA! Come to the PTA Meeting on Thursday:
5:30-6:00 PM Dinner
6:00-7:00 PM Meeting, Education Topic: New Student Report Card (to be used at upcoming Teacher Conferences)
An opportunity for retaking pictures will be on Monday, November 7. This includes any students who were absent on our earlier picture date. Anyone who wishes to have pictures retaken should send the envelope back to the teacher with "Retake" marked on the outside.
This press release updates the information about the road closure.
In case you missed it, read all about Ephesus Art Teacher Hannah Murphy's response to Paperhand Puppets' Artist in Residence program. Daily Tarheel article Thank you Chapel Hill Public Arts Commission!
Students can practice their songs for the International Festival with the resources provided. Click here: International Festival Music. Keep practicing for our performances on Thursday, November 17.