Charlotte Public Schools is pleased to announce that Mr. David Talik has been selected as the Support Employee and Ms. Kristin Toadvine as the Certified Employee of the month for the month of December 2016.
December 2016 Employees of the Month: Full Story →
Mathematics Pentathlon® and has received national recognition over the years for its scale and quality of programs and mentorships within the fields of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM); a program of choice from winners of the White House Science Fair and the US2020.
Mastering the M in STEM: Full Story →
STORY HOUR: Children who are at least three years old and less than five years old on January 1, 2017. Parents leave their child for Story Hour after signing in, but they must remain in the library proper. Activities include stories, songs, finger plays, and a craft. Group size is limited and preregistration is necessary. Signup is now. Free.
Charlotte Community Library-January, 2017: Full Story →
GET A FREE RADON TEST THIS MONTH. High levels of radon, a naturally occurring radioactive gas that increases your risk of lung cancer, are expected in 1 in 8 homes in Michigan. January is Radon Action Month, and BEDHD is offering free do-it-yourself radon test kits to residents of Barry and Eaton counties. See the http://bit.ly/2iEjF6c for a list of locations throughout the counties where you can get yours!
January Community Outreach Highlights: Full Story →
On Monday, December 12th, Dr. Maria Davis, provost and dean at Olivet College, presented a new partnership to the Charlotte Public Schools Board of Education. As part of this new collaboration, students enrolled in Charlotte High School’s Insurance and Risk Management II class will have the opportunity to earn three college credits from Olivet College, a national leader in insurance education.
CPS & Olivet College: Full Story →
On January 26th, downtown at The Hall, youth entrepreneurs in Charlotte will have the opportunity to pitch their ideas to real investors to secure funding for their business ideas. The 5 Minutes Tops pitch competition, started by Eaton RESA’s Lucas Schrauben, allows students to present their ideas to a panel of business leaders, who then decide how to divide up funds generated by local business and organizations to the entrepreneurs.
5 Minutes Tops: Full Story →
Charlotte Public Schools would like to welcome Kristin Hayes as a member of the Food Service Department at the Middle School and Upper Elementary. Kristin has lived in Charlotte for two years with her son Gavin and daughter Jewel.
Food Service New Employee: Full Story →
Charlotte Public Schools would like to thank Mr. Mike Bruce, Mr. Dan Vanderstelt, and Mr. Andy Hazel, for serving the students and staff as members of the Board of Education. Their dedication to our school and the community has been greatly appreciated. We wish them the very best as their term ends on December 31, 2016.
Board of Ed Member thanks: Full Story →
This fall Charlotte’s Parkview and Washington Elementary students in LEGO League worked hard during after school meetings with their coaches Mr. Wright, Mrs. Brimhall, and Mrs. Gwisdala. At the meetings, teams created and designed a LEGO model for the Creature Craze challenge. Each year, FIRST LEGO League Jr. presents a new and exciting challenge to ignite the creativity of children ages 6 to 9. While exploring the real-world theme, teams use basic engineering concepts to build a model made of LEGO elements.
Elementary Robotics trip: Full Story →
Charlotte High School teachers of the Oriole Academy for grades 9 and 10 have nominated their students of the month for November. These students are contributing to the success of their classes through participation, maintaining a positive attitude, hard work, and/or making marked improvements in their performance.
November Students of the Month: Full Story →
Charlotte Public Schools is pleased to announce that Ms. Lexie Lanning has been selected as the Support Employee and Ms. Lori Pratt as the Certified Employee of the month for the month of November 2016. Ms. Lanning is a paraprofessional at Washington Elementary and was nominated by Ms. Inna Phelps, a fellow paraprofessional at Washington.
November Employees of the Month: Full Story →
Mrs. Brimhall’s second graders at Parkview Elementary School have taken the At Home Reading Challenge very seriously. For five weeks in a row, 100% of these motivated readers have all brought back their reading logs to meet the weekly challenge.
Parkview Reading Challenge: Full Story →
The Charlotte Middle School swim team kicked off their season on Saturday, December 10, at Haslett High School for a league meet. This year’s roster is composed of 24 swimmers which began practicing on November 28.
CMS Swim Team: Full Story →
The student store at Charlotte Upper Elementary has made another donation to the community. Through the sale of school supplies, which includes: erasers, pencils, and journals, the students in Mrs. Kineman’s class were able to give $200.00 to Christmas Kiddies.
CUE Donation 2016: Full Story →
On Saturday, December 3 2016, seven choir students represented Charlotte High School at the Michigan School Vocal Music Association (MSVMA) Region Honors Choir, held at Western Michigan University.
Honors Choir 2016: Full Story →
Charlotte Public Schools is excited to share with our community the results of a year-long review and discussion process relating to the damages received by Owens Brockway. You may recall that in March 2015, the City of Charlotte graciously distributed $1,323,470 to Charlotte Public Schools as the result of a claim they brought against Owens Brockway.
Owens Brockway Projects: Full Story →
Charlotte High School students enrolled in Business Management 1 course taught by Tina VanSyckle operate and manage the CHS Oriole Nest school cafe. On November 4, students traveled to The Coffee Barrel in Holt to participate in a work site visit to learn about the coffee business.
Coffee Barrel: Full Story →