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Orange County Schools Announces New Administrators

HILLSBOROUGH, NC 17 APRIL 2018- Orange County Schools (OCS) is pleased to announce that several current staff members have been promoted to new administrator roles within the district. In recent years, the school system has implemented professional development to support the leadership growth of its staff. Those efforts have resulted in the promotion of staff to new administrative roles.

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CRHS Students Sign with Greensboro College and Limestone College

CRHS senior Brittany Daley signed to play soccer at Greensboro College this fall.  She has been on the varsity soccer team since her freshman year and received all conference both junior and sophomore year and all region sophomore year.  She has a weighted GPA of 4.08 and is a member of DREAM Team and FCA.   She has been playing soccer ever since the age of 7 but didn’t start playing club until the 6th grade.

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Orange County Schools Counselor Survey

The Counselors are surveying all parents using the link below to determine the best way to provide services. I have just now been able to finalize the Spanish translation. Currently this is posted on each individual school website but we were wondering if we could also have it posted on the OCS website and have a phone call go out with the following message in English and Spanish:

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Orange County Schools Congratulates National Board Certified Teachers

HILLSBOROUGH, NC 20 MARCH 2018- Effective teachers are crucial to the academic success of students, and accomplished teachers can boost that potential for success. Each year in districts throughout the nation, teachers apply for recognition as a National Board Certified Teacher. The National Board for Professional Teaching Standards issues the certification for teachers that have applied for and successfully met the requirements of the process. To become National Board Certified, teachers must demonstrate advanced knowledge and skills.

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Orange County Schools Students to Attend Governor’s School in Summer

HILLSBOROUGH, NC 19 MARCH 2018- A total of nine outstanding students from Cedar Ridge High School and Orange High School will attend Governor’s School this summer. The Governor's School is a nearly six weeks long summer residential program academically and intellectually gifted (AIG) students in various disciplines. The curriculum at Governor’s School provides for students to engage in the most up-to-date research and discussion in a particular field, and no tests or grades are given.

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What is AIG?

The term “AIG” stands for Academically or Intellectually Gifted. In Orange County Schools, we believe that giftedness exists within all ethnic, geographic, and socioeconomic groups. Students demonstrate gifted behaviors in many ways, and gifted learners have unique learning needs. Academically or intellectually gifted students perform, or show the potential to perform, at substantially high levels of accomplishment. Outstanding abilities are present in students from all cultural groups and across all economic classifications.

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Kevin Wright Signs with North Carolina Wesleyan Football

Kevin began playing football at the age of five and he immediately fell in love with the game. He went on to play 5 years for Pop Warner football for the Orange County Tarheels. Kevin maintained his momentum as he played for Gravelly Hill Middle School during his 7th & 8th grade years. When Kevin arrived at Cedar Ridge High School he started playing on the JV team as a wide receiver. Kevin aspired to play another position, so after consulting with his coach, he was able to play cornerback.

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Students Walkout to Focus Attention on Gun Violence

HILLSBOROUGH, NC 14 MARCH 2018- Students throughout the school system walked out of class on what was billed as a national walkout day on the one month anniversary of the school shooting in Parkland, Florida. For weeks, school principals and administrators have prepared for students walking out of class as a part of the national movement. Though school system staff didn’t lead or organize the student walkouts, principals developed plans so that any students that chose to participate in the walkouts would have a safe and secure environment in which to do so.

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Safety Measures

Safety of our students and staff is the highest priority for our School District. To meet that goal, Orange County Schools (OCS) has procedures and plans in place to support a safe educational environment for students and staff.

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Hunter March

Hunters hard work has earned him a spot on the University of North Carolina Pembroke Men's Track & Field team as a decathlete. Hunter will begin training for 10 different track and field events as a Brave this summer. During his years at Cedar Ridge, he has competed at the NCHSAA Regional meet in the 110m hurdles, pole vault, 4x100 and 4x200 relay teams. He has also qualified at conference in the 100 and 200 meter dash. In addition to running track, Hunter played soccer for 14 years and football for 3 years.

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