Tennis Clinics for the students will be available at Chatham Charter during the upcoming 2015 Spring Break, Tuesday March 31st and Thursday April 2nd.
Please pre-register by contacting Barry at email@example.com or by phone (919)-837-5751. If you have any questions or need any additional information he’ll be happy to assist. Minimum of 4 required per session/maximum of 12.
Hope to see you on the courts!
Book Fair will be here from Wednesday, April 9 - Tuesday, April 15, 2015, from 7:30 am to 4:00 pm. There will be a Grandparent Event, Friday, April 10, from 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm. Parent Night will be Monday, April 15, 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm. You may also visit Book Fair online at:
CHATHAM CHARTER SPRING SING
Thursday, April 23, 2015
Kindergarten – 2nd Grade families: 9:45 am
3rd Grade – 5th Grade families: 8:15 am
Both performances will take place in the gym.
The Chatham Charter PTA annual Spring Carnival will be held on Friday, May 1st from 4 pm-7 pm. Everyone is invited to join in the celebration of another great year at Chatham Charter. Please see the attached letter and sign up link below for more information or to volunteer!
On Saturday, March 21, from 9:00 AM until 1:00 PM Chatham Habitat for Humanity with Chatham Cares Community Pharmacy supported by the Chatham County Sheriff's Office will host a Medication Take Back Day. Sheriff’s Office staff will be available at the Pittsboro Habitat (467 West Street) to take expired and unused medications. The service is part of an ongoing effort to keep these items out of the water system and out of the hands of people to whom they are not prescribed. Additional information: http://chathamhabitat.org/prescription-take-back-day/
Congratulations! Cody Morgan, an 8th grade student at Chatham Charter, is the winner of the Athletic Boosters Cruise Raffle. Cody won a cruise voucher valued at $2,000.00 on the Disney Cruise Line, Royal Caribbean Cruise Line or Carnival Cruise Line.
(Updated 7:50 PM, Thursday, March 5, 2015)
Chatham Charter School will open at 10:00 AM for students in all grades on Friday, March 6, due to potentially icy roads. The buildings will open at 9:30 AM for students. Staff should report by 9:20 AM. The bus will be in Pittsboro between 9:00 and 9:15 AM to pick up riders.
This announcement will be updated continually as needed with the time of the last edit listed at the top (highlighted above in yellow).
Plans for Friday, March 6, Activities
The middle school students will tentatively still go on the ACC Women’s Basketball Tournament field trip to Greensboro unless the weather prohibits it there. If the middle school students are unable to go to Greensboro, but school is in session, they will go out to eat lunch in Siler City since campus lunch was not ordered for them----specific time to be determined (TBD). Staff will assess the situation Friday morning.
Sophomores will not be able to attend the CCCC Pittsboro campus event. However, the sophomores will still go out to lunch in Siler City since campus lunch was not ordered for them----specific time TBD. Staff will announce the high school schedule on Hear Ye, Hear Ye Friday morning by 10:00 AM.
The Science Fair will go on Friday as planned. Students should bring their projects to the mezzanine as the school day begins.
Watch the school website (www.chathamcharter.org) and social media pages (Facebook and Twitter), tune in to Siler City’s WNCA AM 1570 radio and area television stations (WFMY, Fox 8, WRAL, ABC 11, and News 14 Carolina), and be prepared for SchoolMessenger rapid communication announcements in staying updated on our school status during any potential school delay or closing.
(Chatham County Emergency Operations staff sent the following announcement out from the National Weather Service. Chatham Charter will participate in the annual drill.)
The Statewide Tornado Drill will occur on Wednesday, March 4, 2015 at 9:30 AM. Every school, business, work place, and family across the state is strongly encouraged to participate in this drill. It is important that all schools and businesses are aware of the following important points about the tornado drill:
The drill will be broadcast on NOAA Weather Radio and the Emergency Alert System via the Required Monthly Test (RMT). There will not be an actual Tornado Warning issued.
Most NOAA Weather Radio receivers (including the Midland WR-100 that many schools have) do not sound an audible alert for the RMT product; but instead, may have a blinking light on the display to indicate that an RMT was received. As such, when the RMT for the statewide tornado drill is initiated at 9:30 AM on Wednesday, March 4, 2015, there is a good chance that your NOAA Weather Radio will not sound an alarm.
Since your NOAA Weather Radio may not sound an alarm at the time the RMT is issued, you will want to do one of the following:
Manually turn on your NOAA Weather Radio receiver around 9:25 AM Wednesday morning, and simply listen to the audio broadcast to hear when the RMT is issued, which will mark the beginning of the statewide tornado drill or simply self-initiate the tornado drill on your own at 9:30 AM.
There will be no follow-up statements issued by the NWS to mark the end of the statewide tornado drill. It will simply be over when your group, school, business, or organization feels that you have adequately practiced your tornado shelter procedures.
If you have a lunch order for Tuesday, Thursday, and/or Friday left from a previous week, it will be carried over to this week. Lunch order forms will be sent home with younger children on Wednesday, March 4, for the week of March 9. All students will place orders on Thursday as usual.
Because of the Friday, February 20 and 27, school closing, the Elizabeth's Pizza order for these dates will be carried over until Friday, March 13, for middle school and sophomore students attending the Women's ACC tournament on Friday, March 6.