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Second Season of High School Swimming Hits the Pool

The Charlotte Orioles girls’ swim season is underway, and the first home meet is scheduled for the first day of school, Tuesday, September 8 at 6pm with Corunna. The beginning of the season marks the second year of swimming as a high school sport for Charlotte High School. The girls are led by returning team captain, Brooke Wood, as well as five returning letterwomen from last year.
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September 1, 2015 Barry Eaton District Health Department Community Outreach Highlights

Celebrate Fruits and Veggies Month! Visit a Local Farmer’s Market or participate in Community Gardening. Eating fruits and vegetables has many health benefits. People who eat a healthy, balanced diet with plenty of fruits and vegetables have a lower risk for heart disease, type 2 diabetes, and some types of cancer. Eating healthy can also help prevent obesity and high blood pressure. To find a local Farmer’s Market, visit For information about the Skinner Community Garden located in front of the Charlotte Health Department, visit
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Superintendent Message

August 31, 2015 - Message from Superintendent Rosekrans

Area School Districts with Sinking Funds

Listed on our Charlotte Public Schools website,, under the Sinking Fund link, we have provided a list of all of the districts in the State of Michigan, (total of 153), with sinking funds and their associated rates. Please access it at your convenience to see all of the districts and the varying rates their communities have voted upon and supported. In mid-Michigan, and around our area, there are several districts that have sinking funds in place. Here are a few that are on the list:
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Charlotte Athletics

Athletic Results

Please click on the "Continue Reading" link for the Athletic results for August 24th.
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Charlotte Idol


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!

The Charlotte Performing Arts Center is now accepting audition submissions to become Charlotte’s Idol! The contest is open to any solo or small group vocal artists. The top 16 auditions will be perform live onstage October 16, 2015 at 7:30pm at Your Charlotte Performing Arts Center. Those performers will vie for the vote of our judging panel and the audience to become Charlotte’s Idol! The winner will receive a paid contract to perform a 15-20 minute opening act on December 19, 2015 for Three Men and a Tenor’s Ha-Ha-Holidays concert, a trophy and the title Charlotte’s Idol!
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Superintendent Message

August 24, 2015 - Message from Superintendent Rosekrans

Employment and Volunteer Opportunities at Charlotte Public Schools

As we start the 2015-2016 school year, Charlotte Public Schools has several employment and volunteer opportunities available that we would like to make our parents and community members aware of. If you are interested in an employment opportunity, please access our website at and click on our HR (Human Resources) and job opportunities tab.

Under the job opportunities tab, you will find positions related to athletics and activities, teaching, food service, transportation, student support services and secretarial/clerical.
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Superintendent Message

August 17, 2015 - Message from Superintendent Rosekrans

Sinking Fund Election Answers and Future Plans

There have been many comments since the sinking fund election was voted down on August 4th. For the few that I have heard, I will attempt to respond to them in this column with accurate information.
Comment #1
The Charlotte Public Schools (CPS) and Eaton Regional Educational Services Agency (ERESA) are connected and/or the same organization.
Answer to #1
CPS and ERESA are not the same organization. We are separate organizations. CPS does receive support services from the ERESA, but so do the other Eaton County schools - Grand Ledge, Eaton Rapids, Maple Valley and Potterville.
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Superintendent Message

August 11, 2015 - Message from Superintendent Rosekrans

First Day of School – Tuesday, September 8, 2015

The first day of school for Charlotte Public Schools is Tuesday, September 8, 2015. We are just under a month away from the beginning of school, so I wanted to share some thoughts and information in preparation of the start of the 2015-16 school year.
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Election Results

Sinking Fund Election Results

On Tuesday August 4, 2015, the Charlotte community voted upon the sinking fund (building and site) millage for Charlotte Public Schools. The vote tally was 1612 NO votes, and 807 YES votes. Thus, the results of the election were not supported by the residents that voted for this school millage request.
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July 2015 Barry Eaton District Health Department Community Outreach Highlights

Eaton Community Health Center to Open in August in Charlotte The Eaton Community Health Center will be located inside the Barry-Eaton District Health Department, utilizing the former Health Connections clinic area. Cherry Health, which received a grant to provide health care services for Eaton County will staff the Eaton Community Health Center and provide services that include comprehensive medical services and behavioural health care. Accepting uninsured, Medicaid, Healthy Michigan Plan, and most insurances. For information, please visit or to become a patient call central registration at 517-541-0992.
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July 2015 Barry Eaton District Health Department Community Outreach Highlights

Let’s Get Our Hands Dirty Together Everyone is welcome to come together to grow good, nutritious food in the Skinner Community Garden located in front of the Charlotte Health Department. Get involved with gardening education sessions, volunteering, and planting individual or community plots. The garden offers something for everyone. To see what’s growing and for more information, visit
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Kindergarten Camp

Charlotte Public Schools’ Kindergarten Prep Camp is in Full Swing

Charlotte Public Schools’ Weymouth Child Development Center is going into week five of their ten week Kindergarten Prep Camp program. The program focuses on helping children with the basics that will be needed for the fall when they enter Kindergarten. Not only do they work on the academic topics of letters, numbers, and phonics; but there is a large emphasis on the social, emotional, and logistic pieces of a Kindergartener’s day as well. They work on such things as playing in a group, eating meals together, walking down the hall, and sitting at large group time.
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Charlotte Public Schools Seeks Input on Current Athletic League Membership

As a reminder, Charlotte Public Schools has launched a survey so that stakeholders can offer input on our current athletic league, the I-8. The survey, designed to solicit input from parents, coaches, boosters, board members, and community supporters, allows the community to weigh in on items like driving distances, level of completion, community relationships, and press coverage. CPS recognizes that athletics play a huge role in community pride, and the hope is to have anyone interested fill out the survey. However, note that the survey will close on Wednesday, July 22nd at 4:00. It can be found at the Charlotte Public Schools homepage, at Thank you for your support, and Go Orioles!
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Charlotte, MI, July 13, 2015– Your Charlotte Performing Arts Center is excited to announce our amazing return to presenting professional artists to the greater Mid-Michigan area and beyond with our new Premiere Artist Series of events. The Premiere Artist Series is just what the title says. Premiere is both the best of and a first look at professional artists. This year’s series themed Old Favorites and New Faces brings about our new focus to presenting local, State of Michigan and Midwest Regional artists.
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Charlotte Public Schools Introduces the Charlotte Early Middle College

Charlotte Public Schools is pleased to announce the formation of the Charlotte Early Middle College. Designed to provide all students opportunities to prepare for college and careers, this unique educational program significantly enhances the district’s commitment to academic excellence and success for all students. The Charlotte Early Middle College is built around the idea that all students can thrive in post-secondary institutions, and that with the right guidance and training, every kid can and should leave Charlotte Public Schools with an eye to the future and a clear pathway to success.
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