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NELSON ILLUSIONS: DREAMS OF THE IMPOSSIBLE

Nelson Illusions, the nation’s largest touring illusions show, presents DREAMS OF THE IMPOSSOBLE on Saturday, May 13 @ 7:30 pm! The best illusions from around the world including: Blades of Death, a woman fired from a cannon, a man melts through solid metal, and the Jet Turbine Escape, along with smaller classic illusions.
CPAC Nelson Illusions: Full Story →

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CHARLOTTE STUDENTS SHOW OFF THEIR SCIENCE KNOWLEDGE

On April 21, 2017, Charlotte Upper Elementary was host to the Charlotte Elementary Science Fair. The science fair is an event that allows all of our elementary students in the developmental kindergarten through the third grade and the six grade, a chance to show off the love and passion for the sciences.
Elementary Science Fair: Full Story →

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WEYMOUTH CHILD DEVELOPMENT CENTER VISITIED BY CHS CHOIR

Charlotte Public Schools’ Weymouth Child Development Center welcomed the Charlotte High School Chorale on Tuesday, April 25. The group sang four beautiful songs to the children at Weymouth, who ranged in age from 6 weeks old up to 6 years old. The children were mesmerized by the voices and dancing of the Chorale performers. It was a great experience for both Weymouth’s children and the CHS students alike.
CHS Choir Peformes @ WCDC: Full Story →

Message from the Superintendent

BUSINESS EXPO - A GREAT SUCCESS!

The 3rd annual Business Expo was held at Charlotte High School this past weekend, April 22- 23, 2017, and was a great success!!!
Approximately 90 businesses, service providers, community organizations and non-profits participated in the event. Along with these organizations, our school district was able to showcase not only our high school, but also our other school buildings, departments and facilities, which included our Charlotte Performing Arts Center, Charlotte Aquatics Center, Weymouth Child Development Center, and our Transportation Department.
In Session with the Superintendent: Full Story →

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CHARLOTTE SECOND & THIRD GRADERS RECEIVE BOOGIE BOARDS

Second and third grade students at Charlotte Public Schools’ Parkview Elementary are now using “Boogie Boards” as a child friendly, odorless, non-messy classroom writing tool. This new writing tablet takes the place of the traditional laminate whiteboard and smelly dry erase markers.
Boogie Boards: Full Story →

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CHARLOTTE HIGH SCHOOL CHOIR PERFORMS AT CARNEGIE HALL

Twenty-four students from the Charlotte High School choirs spent their recent spring break in New York City from April 2-7, 2017. The highlight of the trip included a 35-minute performance of Ola Gjeilo's "Sunrise Mass" in the esteemed Carnegie Hall with a professional orchestra. The Charlotte High School choir program, called a “jewel” of this mid-Michigan community in the Carnegie Hall program, is honored to have been selected for the performance.
CHS Choir in Carnegie Hall Performance: Full Story →

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CPS ANNOUNCES EMPLOYEE OF THE MONTH FOR MARCH

Charlotte Public Schools is pleased to announce that Ms. Dawn Hayes has been selected as the Support Employee of the month and Mr. Chad Little as the Certified Employee of the month for the month of March 2017.
March Employees of the Month: Full Story →

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FERRIS STATE UNIVERSITY, CPS CELEBRATE PARTNERSHIP, NEW SCHOLARSHIP

What started out in the Fall of 2014 as an educational partnership between Charlotte High School and Ferris State University has evolved into not only providing Charlotte High School students the chance to receive college credit through concurrent enrollment at Ferris, but now the opportunity to receive a $1,000 scholarship for up to four years.
Ferris Scholarship Release: Full Story →

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CHARLOTTE UPPER ELEMENTARY STUDENTS CONTINUE COMMUNITY PHILANTHROPY

Charlotte Upper Elementary 5th grade students: Ava Gowell, Sirena Vidal, Kassidy Pitcher, and Lyndi Miller continued the tradition of student led philanthropy by raising $159.09 in February of this year.
CUE Donation: Full Story →

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CHARLOTTE UPPER ELEMENTARY STUDENTS SHOW ORIOLE PRIDE

Charlotte Public Schools’ Upper Elementary School is excited to announce this week’s Oriole ticket winners. Students receive Oriole tickets for exceptional behavior that are then used in a drawing for different rewards. Here are the Oriole ticket winners for April 13, 2017.
CUE Pride: Full Story →

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CHARLOTTE BUSINESS STUDENTS EARN MICROSOFT CERTIFICATIONS

Congratulations to the new CHS Microsoft Office Specialist certified students. On March 29, students took the MOS PowerPoint 2013 certification exam, and 12 students successfully passed certification.
MOS Certification: Full Story →

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CHARLOTTE PUBLIC SCHOOLS FAMILY ACADEMIC RESOURCES FOR STUDENT SUCCESS

Charlotte Public Schools is committed to supporting our students academically and providing parents with resources to assist with grade-level at home activities to support the mastery of English Language Arts (ELA) and Math standards.
Resources for Students: Full Story →

Message from the Superintendent

2016-2017 SCHOOL YEAR SPRINGS FORWARD

Now that we have returned from Spring break, the 2016-17 school year will enter its final phase with ten weeks of school remaining. The school year has gone by quickly to this point, but there is still much more that will happen over the course of the remaining weeks. Teaching and learning will continue until the end of the year as well as many student based programs, activities and events at all levels.
In Session with the Superintendent: Full Story →

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BARRY-EATON COMMUNITY HIGHLIGHTS

Kindergarten round-ups are here! Before entering kindergarten, all students are required by the State to have hearing and vision screening. BEDHD provides FREE hearing and vision screening for children of this age at certain school-organized events. Call your school registrar’s office to make your child’s appointment.
April Highlights: Full Story →

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CUE STUDENTS CONTINUE TO GIVE BACK TO COMMUNITY

Charlotte Upper Elementary fifth graders, Raeghan R., Haiden S., Stevi S., and Katie M. donated over $400 to SIREN/Eaton Shelter. They raised the funds through slime sales during lunch. Great job Orioles! #OriolePride
CUE Donation: Full Story →

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CHARLOTTE UPPER ELEMENTARY STUDENTS SHOW ORIOLE PRIDE

Charlotte Public Schools’ Upper Elementary School is excited to announce this week’s Oriole ticket winners. Students receive Oriole tickets for exceptional behavior that are then used in a drawing for different rewards. Here are the Oriole ticket winners for March 22, 2017.
CUE Ticket Winners: Full Story →

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CPS STUDENTS PREPARE FOR M-STEP

In order to measure student academic progress, this spring Charlotte Public School students in Grades 3-8 will be taking the Michigan Student Test of Educational Progress (M-STEP). M-STEP will be given on-line and is aligned to learning standards identified by the Michigan’s State Board of Education and measures students’ knowledge in the core content areas of English language arts (ELA), mathematics, science, and social studies.
2017 MSTEP: Full Story →

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CHS BUSINESS MANAGEMENT STUDENTS VISIT MSUFCU HEADQUARTERS

Charlotte High School students enrolled in Tina VanSyckle’s Business Management 1 course participated in the Junior Achievement job shadow work site visit program. On March 24, students traveled to Michigan State University Federal Credit Union (MSUFCU) Headquarters in East Lansing. During the introduction, students enjoyed a light breakfast and were introduced to the workplace and the career opportunities available to them. Human Resources Generalist, Ceara Grant, shared the company’s mission statement and core values.
Visit to MSUFCU Headquarters: Full Story →

Message from the Superintendent

KINDERGARTEN ENROLLMENT IS UNDERWAY FOR 2017-18

Charlotte Public School’s kindergarten enrollment process is underway for the 2017-18 school year. Both Parkview and Washington Elementary held their first of two enrollment nights on March 20th and 23rd. Washington will host their second open house on Tuesday, April 18th, 2017, from 5:30 – 7:00 p.m. and Parkview will host their second open house on Thursday, April 20th, 2017, also from 5:30 to 7:00 p.m. At the open houses, parents can fill out the necessary registration paperwork to enroll now for the start of the new school year which begins on Monday, August 21, 2017.
In Session with the Superintendent: Full Story →

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SWEET DREAMS & HONKY TONKS COMES TO CPAC

It may be impossible to crown any one performer as country music’s biggest star, but few would argue that Hank Williams, Loretta Lynn, Patsy Cline, and Johnny Cash would all be near the top of any list. Each broke barriers and changed country and popular music forever. Sweet Dreams & Honky Tonks is a new revue that presents the best loved hits of these classic artists along with stories of their colorful lives and amazing careers. The show will perform ONE TIME ONLY on Sunday, April 23 at 3:00 pm at the Charlotte Performing Arts Center.
Sweet Dreams @ CPAC: Full Story →

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CHARLOTTE STUDENTS COMPETE AT STATE LEADERSHIP CONFERENCE

Matching skills with over 2,000 of their counterparts from across the state, outstanding business students from Charlotte High School participated in the 45th Annual State Leadership Conference of the Michigan Association of Business Professionals of America. Coached by advisor Tina VanSyckle, the Charlotte BPA chapter members shined as students competed in various contests. Chapter members include Rayanna Demello, Kris Hulsebos, Spencer Lee, Marlana Mix, Thomas Monschein, and John Nulf.
BPA Leadership Conference: Full Story →

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CHARLOTTE UPPER ELEMENTARY STUDENTS SHOW ORIOLE PRIDE

Charlotte Public Schools’ Upper Elementary School is excited to announce this week’s Oriole ticket winners. Students receive Oriole tickets for exceptional behavior that are then used in a drawing for different rewards. Here are the Oriole ticket winners for March 22, 2017.
CUE Weekly Winners: Full Story →

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CHARLOTTE COMMUNITY RECREATION MEN'S BASKETBALL LEAGUE

The 2017 Charlotte Men’s Basketball League wrapped up this past Sunday with several great playoff games. Registration and additional information is available on the Community Recreation Facebook page, www.facebook.com/CharlotteCommunityRecreation.
Men's Adult BBall League: Full Story →

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BRINGING FAMILIES TOGETHER AT WASHINGTON ELEMENTARY

Charlotte Public Schools’ Washington Elementary is celebrating March is Reading Month with many special events. This past week, students came in before school to enjoy “Muffins with Mom" during which kids and moms shared treats and books.
March is Reading Month @ Washington: Full Story →

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