Chapel Hill-Carrboro City Schools Superintendent Pamela Baldwin unveiled a new strategic plan after reflecting on her first year in the position during the “state-of-the-schools” address.
The address, hosted by the Chapel Hill-Carrboro City Schools PTA Council, was given on Wednesday night at Culbreth Middle School. The event featured nine different speakers, two of which were students.
During her first year, Baldwin kept three main goals in mind for the school system: having fun, taking risks and encouragement.
Board of Education Chairperson Rani Dasi started the event, and addressed the threats made to three schools last week. Dasi thanked teachers, principals and local law enforcement for dealing with the situation.
“We are committed to making purposeful change,” Dasi said.