2-6 Spring Break
13 Early Release
16 4th Quarter Begins
17 School Board Meeting 6:30 p.m.
19 Report Cards Issued
9 Early Release
15 SB Meeting 6:30 p.m.
25 Early Release
28 Memorial Day Holiday
5-7 Senior Exams
9 CCHS Graduation
12 SB Meeting 6:30 p.m.
15 Last Day of School
Kindergarten Registration will be held on April 19, 2018 from 9 a.m. to noon. Kindergarten Registration is for all students who will be five years old by September 30th, 2018. Please click here to view flyer for more details.
Charles City County Public Schools currently has a district strategic plan that was created in 2012 and developed as a planning document for a five-year cycle ending in 2018. The purpose of a strategic plan is to construct long-term goals with measurable objectives that will provide continuity and focus for all CCPS employees. Strategic plans provide alignment vertically and horizontally across the organization and provides a visual structure of the educational plans for all stakeholders. Below is a summary of our work to date. We solicit your feedback on the information. Please review this document and respond to a short survey at the link below.
Strategic Planning Feedback - January 22, 2018- Please click here to complete the feedback.
Thank you for offering your feedback to the Mission, Vision, Core Values, and Pillar Goals.
Read more by visiting our Strategic Planning Page.
RICHMOND, Va. — The Virginia Department of Education announced today that 86 percent, or 1,573, of the commonwealth’s 1,823 public schools are rated as Fully Accredited for this school year, based on the performance of students on Standards of Learning and other state-approved assessments in English, mathematics, science and history during 2016-2017. This represents a five-point improvement over last year, when 81 percent of schools earned the state’s top accountability rating.
For a school to earn full accreditation, students must achieve adjusted pass rates of at least 75 percent in English and at least 70 percent on assessments in mathematics, science and history. High schools must also meet a benchmark for graduation and completion. Accreditation ratings may also reflect an average of achievement over several years. Click here to read the press release.
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