On May 11, 2021, Superintendent Robbie Mason recognized employees with 30 to 50 years of services and the 2021 retirees at the monthly school board meeting. 

Ms. Clara Wilson (R-H Cafeteria Worker) 30-years of service

Mrs. Vege Pack (Payroll/Benefits Coordinator) 30-years of service

Mrs. Betty Pillow (Phenix Computer Lab Manager) 30-years of service

Mrs. Gwen Stone (R-H Computer Lab Manager) 30-years of service

Mrs. Brenda Hall (Bus Driver) 40-years of service

Mrs. Maybell Holcomb (Bus Driver) 40-years of service

Mr. Harvey Harris (Bus Driver) 50-years of service

2021 retirees:

Mary Jennings-Jones     Bus Driver                                                 5 years

Steven Wendelin             R-H Teacher                                            12 years

Linda Moore                   Bacon District Elementary Teacher     17 years

Alan Townsend               Maintenance                                          17 years

Carol Burwell                   Eureka Elementary Secretary              27 years

Deborah Napier             Eureka Elementary PE Aide                  29 years

Betty Pillow                      Phenix Elementary Comp. Lab Mgr   30 years

Gwen Stone                    R-H Comp. Lab Mgr                               30 years

Emma Pugh                    R-H Teacher                                             33 years

Russell Morton III         Bus Driver                                                34 years

Alfreda Davis                  Phenix Elementary Teacher                  39 years

Harvey Harris                Bus Driver                                                50 years

 Pictured below (L to R) Mary Jennings-Jones, Alan Townsend, Deborah Napier, Betty Pillow, Carol Burwell, Gwen Stone, Russell Morton III, Alfreda Davis, Clara Wilson, and Harvey Harris


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Longwood University, through their Institute for Teaching Through Technology and Innovative Practices (ITTIP), is offering three camps this summer focusing on technology. These camps are free to all participants.

  • Air Force Association (AFA) Cybercamp for rising 7th-12th graders. This is an online camp taking place July 19-23 and focusing on cybersecurity.
  • STEM Camp for rising 4th-7th graders. This is an in-person camp being held on the Longwood University campus June 28-July 2 and July 26-30. This camp focuses on learning how to use different technologies related to robotics and coding. Some of the tools we will be using are: Drones, SAM Lab, littleBits Code Kits, iRobot Root Robot, and Spheros
  • Coding Crafty Circuits for rising 5th-8th graders. This is an in-person camp being held on the Longwood University campus 12:30—3:30 July 12-16. Students will spend the week learning how to use Circuit Stickers Code to create paper circuits, as well as Lilypad Arduino to create sewable circuits with conductive thread. Students will be able to make and take their creations home with them at the end of the week. This camp combines robotics and arts to make some fun projects and learn more about coding and circuitry!

Information and online registration for each camp can be accessed by clicking the link below.


Space is limited, so those who are interested  should apply as soon as possible.

Students who have been referred to attend CCPS summer school are not eligible to participate in STEM or Coding Crafty Circuits camps.


Any student applying for the STEM or the Coding Crafty Circuits camps should also notify Shep Critzer at 434-542-9503 or by e-mail at critzerss@ccps.k12.va.us

R-H Students and Families,

Randolph-Henry High School will be allowing spectators for Season 2 home events. Due to the Governor’s Executive Order, only 250 total spectators are allowed for football games (this total does include band members and cheerleaders).  Only 25 spectators are allowed for indoor events. Below is additional information regarding our procedures:

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  • Guests will be required to sit in the stands at football and volleyball games.
  • Visiting team guests for football will have a designated seating area. 
  • Visiting team guests will have a separate entrance from the home team fans.
  • Temperature and health screenings for all spectators will take place for all indoor sporting events.
  • Masks must be properly worn over the nose and mouth at all times.
  • 10 feet of physical distancing in the stands (households can sit together as outlined in Order 72).
  • Concessions will not be available.
  • Spectating from cars or outside the stadium/field/course will not be allowed.
  • For indoor sports, all spectators will need to exit the gymnasium in between Junior Varsity and Varsity matches to allow school officials the opportunity to sanitize the area.
  • 6 ft. of physical distancing will be maintained in the ticket/check-in line.
  • Each school will follow all requirements of the current and future Governor’s Order and guidelines presented by the Virginia High School League (VHSL). These guidelines are subject to change with additional guidance from the VHSL and/or Governor’s Orders.

We are looking forward to providing the chance for parents and families to see their student-athletes participate, but must continue to maintain a safe and healthy environment. If you are a guest of an athlete, please do not attend any events if you are not feeling well and/or have a fever. We appreciate your support and look forward to Season 2.



This is a reminder that the wireless hot spots are set up at each elementary school and at the School Board Office parking lots. The network is open twenty-four hours, seven days a week, and is intended for students and the community to use until further notice. 

Our current mask policy requires students and staff to wear face coverings in our schools and classrooms whenever social distancing cannot be maintained. On October 21st, CCPS received guidance from Piedmont Health District officials recommending that students and staff wear face coverings in the classroom even when social distancing can be maintained. As a result, your child will be required to wear face coverings more frequently in his or her classroom. The intent of this change is to make school an even safer place for our students and staff as we adjust to in-person instruction during this pandemic. Thank you for your understanding concerning this procedural change.


When Your Child Is Sick  


Due to continuing concerns with COVID 19 spreading so rapidly in our county, Charlotte County Public School staff may ask that you keep your child home for a longer period of time than usual.  If your child has a fever, cough, cold symptoms or any symptoms that can be related to the COVID 19 virus, we may ask that you keep your child home for 10 days or more, depending on symptoms.  If at the end of 10 days your child still has symptoms, you must continue to keep your child home until he/she is symptom-free for 3 days/72 hours (that’s symptom-free without the help of medications).

 If you feel your child’s symptoms are related to allergies or some other alternative diagnosis, you should have your child evaluated by their medical doctor.  If the medical doctor can attribute your child’s symptoms to an alternative diagnosis or if your child has a negative Covid-19 test, your child’s time out of school could be lessened with written documentation of this diagnosis.   Even with an alternative diagnosis or negative Covid-19 test, your child must be symptom-free (no fever, no cough, etc., without the help of medication) for 3 days/72 hours, BEFORE returning to school. Please do not hesitate to call your school nurse for questions or concerns. 

Thank you for helping us slow the spread of COVID-19 and other infectious diseases by following this protocol.   


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