Charlotte Public Schools is pleased to announce that Ms. Mary Moran has been selected as the Support Employee of the month and Ms. Sarah Piggott as the Certified Employee of the month for the month of February 2017.
February Employees of the Month: Full Story →
Charlotte Public Schools’ Washington Elementary is proud to share our new Lending Library! Established to ease and increase the access families have to great reading material, the Lending Library is now accessible outside the main office doors of the school. The Washington Elementary family gathered a wide variety of books to meet the interests of all young readers, which were shelved by our helpful Student Council. Students can visit the Lending Library anytime to borrow books to read at home, and then select new books with each return. Happy reading, Washington Elementary!
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For the past 17 years, Charlotte High School has been the only high school from Michigan to participate in model congress simulations in Boston and San Francisco. Seventeen students and three teachers attended the 2017 conference in Boston (February 22-26). For many of the students this was their second or third year of participation in Harvard Model Congress.
Harvard Model Congress in Boston: Full Story →
Since early January, Parkview Elementary K-3 math club members have been learning the rules and strategies to five divisional math games in preparation for the Spring National Mathematics Pentathlon Academic Tournaments (NMPAT).
Parkview Pentathlon: Full Story →
Charlotte Upper Elementary is very proud to introduce one of our news paraprofessionals, Ms. Wendy Nastaj. Ms. Nastaj brings to the position a degree in Certified Occupational Therapy and almost 30 years of medical/ healthcare experience
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Charlotte Upper Elementary is proud to introduce you to the newest member of our family, Ms. Sarah Walsh. Mrs. Walsh is returning to Charlotte after a very successful educational career in special education at MacDonald Middle School and Donley Elementary School in East Lansing.
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Kindergarten Round-Ups are just around the corner! Students entering kindergarten are required to show proof of these vaccinations: 4 doses of DTaP (diphtheria, tetanus, pertussis), 4 doses of polio, 2 doses of MMR (measles, mumps, rubella), 2 doses of varicella (chickenpox), and 3 doses of hepatitis B. Keep your children healthy by protecting them from vaccine-preventable diseases. To get your children vaccinated, contact your health care provider or call the BEDHD Immunization Clinic at (269) 945-9516 (Barry County) or (517) 541-2630.
March Community Outreach Highlights: Full Story →
We have immediate needs for substitute teachers, paraprofessionals and other support staff. The job fair will be on March 27th from 10am to 2pm at Eaton RESA, The Quad. Address: 1790 Packard highway, Charlotte, MI 48813. www.EDUStaff.org, phone: 877.974.6338
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This year, as she does every year, Charlotte Middle School art teacher Michaelle Converse nominated one of her students. We are pleased to announce that one of our middle school students, Cassie Walker, was chosen to have her painting displayed on a billboard.
CMS STUDENT SELECTED FOR BILLBOARD DESIGN: Full Story →
In the third year of swimming as a varsity sport at Charlotte High School, and for the second time in two years, Charlotte is sending two swimmers to represent the Orioles at the State finals on March 10 and 11. While many schools have one or no swimmers at the MHSAA Division III State Championship, Charlotte has two of the fastest swimmers in the area in junior, Jared Bishop and senior, Graham Cornish.
Swim State Qualifiers: Full Story →
Charlotte Public Schools’ Weymouth Child Development Center is excited to announce the opening of a second infant room. This room will have a smaller group maximum, lending itself to more one-on-one teacher to child interactions and child specific planning.
Weymouth Infant Room: Full Story →
Congratulations to Mr. Lee and the Charlotte Middle School robotics team for a very successful 2016-2017 season. In total this year, Charlotte Middle School and Charlotte Upper Elementary had 15 teams with over 60 students participating in competitive robotics.
CMS Robotics: Full Story →
Charlotte, MI, February 13, 2017–Congratulations to the Charlotte High School Drama Department who competed in the Michigan Interscholastic Forensic Association Regional Theatre Festival in Olivet with their Studio Theatre Production of Stone Girls Dreaming.
MIFA Regionals: Full Story →
During the week before Valentine’s Day, the students and staff at Charlotte High School worked diligently making Valentine’s Day cards for the Valentines for Veterans Program that occurs during this time every year.
Valentines for Veterans: Full Story →
The schools are winners of the DDF’s Rethink Your Drink: Water’s Cool at School grant program, designed to encourage children to drink more water during the school day.
More than 50 percent of children and teens in the U.S. do not drink enough water during the school day. This can impact behavior, energy levels and cognitive function.
Delta Dental Water Grant: Full Story →
Charlotte Middle School swim team 8th grader Aidan Hammons, achieved top ranking at the Michigan Interscholastic Swim Coaches Association (MISCA) State Finals meet held at Holt on Saturday, January 28, 2017. Aidan swam for 4th place overall in the 50 yard butterfly, finishing with a 27.90. He also took 8th place overall in the 50 yard freestyle with a 25.53.
CMS Swimmer State Finals: Full Story →
The Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (MDHHS) says that confirmed reports of influenza A are increasing in Michigan. This year’s flu vaccine (flu shot) is considered to be a good match to help prevent the current strains of influenza. IT’S NOT TOO LATE TO VACCINATE! Everyone 6 months of age and older should get a flu shot. BEDHD offers flu vaccines for children up to age 19; please call (517) 541-2630 (Charlotte) or (269) 945-9516 (Hastings) for an appointment. For other vaccine locations, visit http://flushot.healthmap.org/.
February Community Outreach Highlights: Full Story →
Charlotte Public Schools would like to welcome Rosalie as a member of the Food Service Department at Charlotte High School. Rosalie resides in Charlotte with her daughter, Julie, and her family.
Food Services New Hire: Full Story →
Business Professionals of America is a dynamic youth organization which provides leadership and business opportunities for high school students to prepare them in their selection as they make decisions on their future careers. The skills that students learn through participating in a variety of business experiences are beneficial and will help prepare them for a career in the workforce.
CHS BPA: Full Story →