A Balanced Calendar is an alternative way of constructing a school calendar. A Balanced Calendar takes the days that children are in school and distributes them out differently than the traditionally thought-of school year. For more information please visit the Balanced Calendar page online with the link below.
Balanced Calendar Information Website →
In 2015, Charlotte Public Schools partnered with Hayes Green Beach Memorial Hospital and AL!VE to provide all Charlotte High School contact sport athletes a free baseline ImPACT (Immediate Post-Concussion Assessment and Cognitive Testing) concussion test. ImPACT baseline testing provides an individualized score that can later be used to compare the brain function of an athlete after he or she sustains a traumatic brain injury.
HGB Concussion Letter full story →
We are going to spend the summer putting the "FUN" in Fundamentals. Literacy, Science, Math, Health, Wellness, Nutrition, Arts, Crafts, Character Development & Swimming. There will also be field trips.
Summer Fun Club Brochure full story →
James Thurman signed his letter of intent to wrestle and run cross country at Olivet College next fall. James was surrounded by his parents Merle and Jennifer and his sister Samantha.
JAMES THURMAN SIGNING full story →
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 May 3, 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.
CHS Business Management Class Visits MSUFSU ARTICLE full story →
A top student from Charlotte High School attended the Business Professionals of America (BPA) National Leadership Conference, “This Is Our Time” in Boston, MA, May 5-9. Charlotte High School chapter member, John Nulf, joined over 5,000 other conference delegates from across the nation to participate in national level business skills competitions, workshops, general sessions, and the national officer candidate campaigns and elections.
Outstanding Business Student Travel to Boston full story →
Charlotte Public Schools is pleased to announce that Ms. Tina Schultz has been selected as the Support Employee of the month; Ms. Schultz is the Special Services administrative assistant, and Mr. Ken Wright has been selected as the Certified Employee of the month; Mr. Wright is a Science teacher split between Parkview and Washington elementary.
April 2016 Employees of the Month full story →
Kindergarten classes at Washington Elementary are coordinating a school-wide recycling program in conjunction with Crayola, called ColorCycle. This program, sponsored and created by Crayola, is devised to turn used markers into renewable energy.
Washington Students Help Turn Markers Into Energy full story →
There are some very talented and skilled support staff in our school district and I want to take a moment to highlight the specific areas where they serve and give them a much deserved “shout out”.
Support Staff Important to CPS Full Story →
Basketball Jim Jones recently visited Charlotte Public Schools’ Parkview Elementary for a highly engaging assembly that focused on the importance of being able to read proficiently and how daily reading can become a healthy habit that pays big life dividends. He brings his personal struggles with dyslexia into his talk and discusses how he refused to allow his condition to negatively impact his love for reading and learning.
Basketball Jones’ Visits Parkview Elementary full story →
The O-Bots, the Charlotte High School FIRST Robotics Team, did remarkably well in their second year. Throughout their build season, they had a blast working together as a well-organized team: some working on computer models and plans, others focusing on the electronics, programming, the building of field obstacles for practice, and creating and updating a website.
CHS OBOTS Success full story →
Over the last few weeks, CHS students have continued to show their Oriole PRIDE, and the school has celebrated that success with drawings for prizes.
CHS ORIOLE PRIDE full story →
Every year in late May, Charlotte High School celebrates our graduating seniors and their many accomplishments at Honors Convocation. This year the annual ceremony is scheduled for Thursday, May 26, starting at 6:00 p.m. in the Charlotte Performing Arts Center.
CHS Senior Honors Convocation Full Story →