Charlotte Prepares for Community Wide Homecoming Events

Charlotte High School will be celebrating homecoming the week of September 21st-September 26th, and like last year, is excited to involve the community. The week will kick off on Sunday, September 21st from 1-3 pm as the classes and the teachers decorate the windows of the businesses downtown.

Afterwards, the Charlotte Chamber of Commerce, which has been instrumental in helping to plan the downtown events, will host a hot dog picnic for the students. Each class has a block, and throughout the week, community members can vote on which blocks they like best by making a donation to the class’s chosen charity. The class that collects the most money for their charity will win points in the school spirit competition. The participating businesses, including the ones that are housing the collection boxes, are as follows (at press time; more businesses may be added):

Capping off the week and the celebration will be a parade through the decorated downtown. It will begin at 5:00 pm on Friday, September 26th, and it will run from the old junior high school to Cochran Avenue, and then north to the courthouse square. Then, at 7:00 pm, the football game will kick off against Jackson Parma Western. This is a great opportunity to show your Oriole Pride; please come out and support CHS and the Charlotte community!


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CHARLOTTE HOMECOMING 2014
CLASS DECORATING AT...VOTING AT...
SENIOR CLASS OF 2015Charlotte Lithograph, ATA , The Reading Place, Fay’s Evelyn Bay, Re-max, Riley’s Tax Service, Carl V. Reck Jewelers, Marty Latchaw CPA, Captain’s Cabinets, Tropical Tanning, The County Gavel, Mid State Title, Teen Center (Cochran)Donation Box at Evelyn Bay Contributions Given to Relay for Life
JUNIOR CLASS OF 2016Sparrow, IBIS Realty, The County Journal, Painless Dentistry, Bella Grande, Custom Home Interiors, B’s Floral, Johnson Paint, Hen House, Michigan UntappedDonation Box TBD Contributions Given to Eaton County Meals on Wheels
SOPHOMORE CLASS OF 2017Edward Jones- Doug Freeman office, Oriole Hutt, The Barber Shop, Cottage Inn Pizza, What’s Your Forte, Bill Shetenhelm CPA, Mikes Sports Page, The Man Cave, Kathy Cook, Zimmer & O’Deen Attorneys at Law, Smith & Buffmeyer Attorneys, Bella’sDonation Box at Cottage Inn Pizza Contributions Given to Siren Shelter
FRESHMEN CLASS OF 2018Allegra, Paul’s Gun Shop, Jerry’s Barber Shop, Eaton Pub, Eaton Place Eaton Federal, The Players Club, Flamingo Tanning & NailsDonation Box at Allegra Contributions Given to Eaton County Humane Society
CHS STAFFTeen Center (Lawrence), Ameriprise Financial, The Yarn Garden, William Wise Attorney, Hungry Howie’s, Dance Conservatory, The Shear Place, The City of CharlotteDonation Box at Hungry Howies Contributions Given to Eaton Area Senior Center
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Homecoming Downtown
Capping off the week and the celebration will be a parade through the decorated downtown. It will begin at 5:00 pm on Friday, September 26th, and it will run from the old junior high school to Cochran Avenue, and then north to the courthouse square. Then, at 7:00 pm, the football game will kick off against Jackson Parma Western. This is a great opportunity to show your Oriole Pride; please come out and support CHS and the Charlotte community! Continue Reading →

Charlotte Prepares for Community Wide Homecoming Events

Homecoming Downtown
Charlotte High School will be celebrating homecoming the week of September 21 - September 26, and like last year, is excited to involve the community. The week will kick off on Sunday, September 21 from 1-3 pm as the classes and the teachers decorate the windows of the businesses downtown. Continue Reading →

2014.09.17 EMPLOYEES OF THE YEAR

Staff of the Year
Each month during the 2013-2014 school year one Certified staff member and one Support staff member were chosen from nominations submitted to be the employee of the month. From those chosen, two people were selected and Charlotte Public Schools is pleased to announce the 2013-2014 Employees of the Year. Continue Reading →

CHARLOTTE JOINS NEW I8 ATHLETIC CONFERENCE

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Charlotte has entered the new Interstate 8 Athletic Conference. We are excited about the new opportunities that this brings for the participating districts and our students. Our goal continues to be making this experience the best for our student-athletes. Continue Reading →

We Learn Through Play!

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At Weymouth Child Development Center we believe in “Learning through Play” and providing the children with hands on, concrete experiences. We don’t trace letters on a ditto, we draw letters in sand. We don’t color in coloring books, we stick our hands in paint and swirl, mix, and create. Don’t underestimate play! Continue Reading →

CHS AP Duel Enrollment

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In today’s competitive post high school educational environment, nothing is more important for student success than having the skills needed to thrive in college. To those ends, Charlotte High School is making a concerted effort to provide opportunities for its students to experience college level classes while still at the high school. In particular, a partnership with Ferris State University ...Continue Reading →

Welcome Back Newsletter

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To all Charlotte Public Schools’ students, parents, guardians, and community members; greetings and welcome to the 2014-15 year! It is with great anticipation and excitement that we start another year of classroom instruction, competitions and performances on our fields, courts and stages, and other student based events and activities that promote growth, opportunity and success. Continue Reading →

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