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CHARLOTTE HIGH SCHOOL RECOGNIZES ORIOLE ALUMNI

On Friday, February 12, the Charlotte High School girls’ basketball program will hold its first annual Basketball Alumni Recognition Night. The event will recognize and honor all former Varsity girl basketball players in attendance and will take place immediately following the 6:00 p.m. Varsity girls’ home game with Parma Western.
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CHS Flight Club to Host MHSAA, Competes for State Championship

An old proverb states, "It takes an entire village to raise a student section." Well, maybe not exactly but we can all agree that is definitely true in Charlotte! The student section at Charlotte High School, named the Flight Club, is one of the fastest growing clubs at CHS and undoubtedly the most spirited.
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Read In at the Upper Elementary

The second graders at Washington Elementary have been working hard on reading. They know that at school they must practice their skills and work hard. But they are participating in an at-home monthly reading challenge, as well! Each month the second grade teachers come up with an incentive: movie and popcorn, board games, a special desert, etc. Any 2nd grader who reads at least 6 days a week, 15-20 minutes each day, for the entire month has met the challenge!
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Read In at the Upper Elementary

Each month the students at Charlotte Upper Elementary work on their positive behavior and achieving their school wide goal. This past week the students were able to celebrate positive behavior for the month of January with a school wide READ IN. This was part of their building wide behavior program called PBIS.
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Teachers at Washington Making Breakfast in the Classroom a Success!

The number of students eating breakfast each morning has doubled at Washington Elementary because of the teacher’s help to implement the Breakfast in the Classroom (BIC) Program. On January 11th we started Breakfast in the Classroom at Washington Elementary. Our daily average breakfast participation jumped from 80 – 85 students eating in the gym before school to 160 students now eating breakfast in their classroom.
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Student success is abundant right now at Charlotte Public Schools

Student success is abundant at all levels at Charlotte Public Schools and must be celebrated! Daily our students are demonstrating advancements in the classroom, on our performance stages, in our extra-curricular offerings and in our winter athletic programs. Let me break down just a few examples:
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Community Outreach Highlights: February, 2016

Kindergarten Round-Up is 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 vaccinepreventable diseases. Contact your health care provider or call the BEDHD Immunization Clinic at: Barry County (269) 945-9516 or Eaton County (517) 541-2630.
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Charlotte Public Schools – Welcomes New Staff

Usually, I write an article welcoming new staff at the beginning of the school year and then hiring of both support and certified staff slows down as the school year gets underway. This year has been different, however, as we have added new staff and have even had staff changes over the past several weeks. I wanted to inform our community of the new additions to the CPS team and formally welcome them.
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CHARLOTTE PERFORMING ARTS CENTER ANNOUNCES SEARCH FOR CHARLOTTE’S MOST ENTERTAINING

Charlotte, MI, January 25, 2016– Share your talent with the world! Are you a juggler, comedian, vocalist, instrumentalist, tumbler, dancer, clown, acrobat, magician or a novelty artist? Do you want to perform on stage under the spots lights? Do you have what it takes to be the next big star? If so, then this is your big chance!
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ARTS FOR YOUTH ONSTAGE EXPERIENCE PRESENTS FAIRY TALE COURTROOM

Charlotte, MI, January 25, 2016 – Prepare for an evening of laughter, bad puns, groans and moans as your favorite nursery rhyme and fairy tale characters come to life on stage as they film the most popular television show in all of Far Far Away – The Fairy Tale Courtroom!
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More Michigan Schools to Take Part in Teen Safe Driving Program

More than 45,000 students at 44 Michigan high schools will soon benefit from efforts to make teenagers better, safer drivers. Strive For a Safer Drive (S4SD) is a public-private partnership between Ford Driving Skills for Life(DSFL) and the Michigan Office of Highway Safety Planning that seeks to reduce the leading cause of death for teens: traffic crashes. In 2014, there were 40,865 crashes in Michigan with a driver age 15-19. Those crashes resulted in 69 fatalities and 479 serious injuries.
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