“As we have reached the midpoint of the first nine-weeks grading period, it is important to keep a couple of items in mind. First, students and parents should use Parent Portal in PowerSchool to monitor student progress as you have in the past. If you do not have a log-in, please contact your child’s school for that information. Secondly, remote assignments are being graded just as they would be if students were physically in school. Grades on remote assignments will determine your child’s nine weeks grade and will count towards your child’s final grade. If your child is having any problems, it is critical that you contact his or her teacher and/or school to receive immediate assistance.” 
Superintendent Robbie Mason

The Registration Link on CCPS's web page is to be used by parents and guardians of returning students to complete their child’s registration. This link replaces the paperwork that was normally sent home with your child at the beginning of every school year. This is a quick and easy tool to use! Please use the snapcode that was mailed to you on each child's paperwork. 

One benefit of using this online process is that if you have more than one child in the school system, the information will carry over from one child to their sibling(s). 

If you have already completed the online registration process, you do not need to complete this again. Please contact your child's school if you have any questions or you need your child’s snapcode.


Due to a dramatic rise in overall COVID-19 cases in Charlotte County, as well as an increase in positive COVID-19 cases in our school-aged children over the past two weeks, the School Board voted to delay a return to in-person hybrid instruction to October 19th, which is the beginning of the second nine-weeks grading period  The Board granted Superintendent Mason the latitude to continue monitoring health data and bring some students back under phase 2 guidance (students with disabilities, English language learners, pre-k through 2) before October 19th should there be a sustained improvement in COVID-19 health data for Charlotte County. If conditions allow for these groups of students to return before October 19th, parents will be notified at least one week in advance. In the meantime, remote learning will continue for CCPS students. Parents are strongly encouraged to contact their child’s teacher should they have any issues. 



Attention Parents.  Some ISP (Internet Service Providers) are experiencing an issue with the use of the Chromebooks.  They do have a workaround that changes settings on the gateway.  This setting change could bypass the internet filtering placed on the device by Charlotte County Public Schools.  As always please monitor your child’s internet to ensure safety and security while using the internet.
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2019-2020 Private School Parent and Student Perspective Survey

As part of the new private school progress monitoring requirements, the Virginia Department of Education (VDOE) was charged with developing a survey to obtain information from parents of students with disabilities served in private schools for students with disabilities, as well as a survey to obtain information from the students’ perspective.

The online surveys are currently opened and will be available for completion at the following links until October 30, 2020:

Parent Survey ----- Private School Survey for Parent 
Student Survey----
Private School Perspective Survey for Student


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. 

 
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