The Chapel Hill-Carrboro City Schools offers many opportunities for parents and community members to make a difference in the lives and education of our students. Prospects include volunteering in schools, mentoring students, serving on school and district committees, making donations, and purchasing items from the PTA Thrift Shop. Find out more about how you can get involved with CHCCS by browsing the opportunities listed below.
Blue Ribbon Mentor-Advocate is a comprehensive support program for students in the Chapel Hill- Carrboro City Schools. We provide students with mentoring, tutoring, advocacy, enrichment, leadership training, and scholarship support services.
The Chapel Hill-Carrboro Public School Foundation (PSF) is an independent, non-profit organization that is dedicated to mobilizing community support for the Chapel Hill-Carrboro City Schools.
The Chapel Hill-Carrboro City Schools firmly believes that all students should have safe and convenient access to the transformative power of computer and internet access. During the past few years, our district has developed several support services to help students and their families bridge the digital divide.
Parent University is a collaborative effort between Chapel Hill-Carrboro City Schools, local non-profit organizations and community leaders and educators. It is an opportunity for you to engage in interesting and practical courses to increase your confidence and skills needed to support your child's success and effectively navigate the public school system.
Learn about how you can increase the educational advantage of CHCCS students by becoming directly involved with your school through PTAs and School Improvement Teams.
The PTA Thrift Shop, Inc. is a non-profit resale business operated for the benefit of the Parent Teacher Associations (PTAs) of the public schools located in Chapel Hill and Carrboro.
SNAC is a group of parents, district staff, and community professionals working together for the continuous improvement of the CHCCS Exceptional Children's program. Get involved with SNAC!
Surrogate Parents provide a vital service for certain students who receive Exceptional Children's services when parents cannot be identified, are unavailable, or when parental rights have been removed by the courts.
This district office recruits and trains parents and community members who are interested in volunteering in our schools. The Volunteer Office offers a number of different programs to suit the interests and expertise of those who sign up to do service.