Charles City Public Schools values input from our community and we need to hear from you! We thank you and your family for being our valued partners as we work together on behalf of our children. Our work together allows us to improve our communication, academic programming and the daily experiences of our students in each of their classrooms.
In order to learn more about our student and family experiences in Charles City Public Schools, we will be asking for your feedback through a paper survey that you will be receiving the week of March 6th. We ask that you complete the survey and return it to your child’s school by March 17th. The survey should not take more than 10 minutes to complete and will be an important source of information for us as we work to improve our schools.
The survey will be strictly confidential. Only the leadership team will have access to the survey response data at the school and division levels. At no point will anyone from the school division be able to link responses back to an individual survey-taker. You are welcome to return the survey in a sealed envelope to your child’s school to ensure confidentiality of your answers.
Thank you for taking the time to complete this survey. We look forward to seeing our community responses as we work to improve our services.
Charles City County Public Schools in conjunction with the Charles City County Sherriff’s Office is offering an opportunity for you and your students to experience a mock trauma related activity sponsored by Virginia Commonwealth. The mission of Project Impact is to reduce and prevent unintentional injuries through a student targeted injury and violence prevention program that provides education and awareness about the realities of trauma.
A collaborative multidisciplinary team will present information about high risk behaviors associated with trauma and describe their respective roles in trauma response. Our students will engage in trauma simulations and mock scenarios with clinical, fire and police volunteers.
The last portion of the activity will allow our students to participate in a in a panel discussion with a team of medical providers, law enforcement officers and first responders.
This activity will be presented live at Charles City High School on March 24, 2017 at 1:15 p.m. You are invited to participate with your students. If you do not want your student to observe or participate in this activity we are asking that you complete the opt-out option of this letter and return it to Mrs. Jordan at Charles City High School no later than Thursday, March 23, 2017. If we do not receive an opt-out response from you we will have your student observe as a participatant in this activity. If you have additional questions, please feel free to call.
Mr. Tsigaridas or Corporal Miles at (804) 829-9250 or Ms. Tina Smith at (804) 652-4652. Click here to view brochure.
CCES students participated in the Hour of Code during Computer Science Week. Hour of Code is a global movement to expose students to the fun and exciting word of coding. Hour of Code challenged students to use their critical thinking and problem-solving skills to become creators of technology, not just users. Wonderful things are happening at CCES!
JROTC Cadets of the Charles City High Panther Honor Guard, commanded by Miles Ragin, prepare to receive officials from Cadet Command. The Panther Battalion underwent a Program for Accreditation review. This triennial review is used to evaluate Secondary Educational Institutions and JROTC Instructors, as defined by public laws, contracts, Army Regulations, and USACC policies to ensure compliance with minimum program criteria. As a result, Charles City High School JROTC program is deemed fully accredited.