For parents who would like their child to be more successful on the new M-Step online test (taking the place of MEAP), this link will take you to an online assessment awareness course that will help students be prepared for the online exams Online Assessment AwarenessAre you ready for M-STEP?
What if I told you I impersonated a U.S. Congressman? What if I told you I helped legislate bills pertaining to real-world problems such as combatting cyber bullying problems affecting today's youth, and taking action protecting Ukrainian citizens by infiltrating Crimea and Ukrainian to gather intelligence on separatist and Ukrainian forces? What if I told you that I attended Harvard Model Congress (HMC)? Continue Reading →
Five Charlotte Middle School band students will be participating in the 1st Annual Grand Valley State University Junior High Honors Band at the Allendale campus. The following students will be participating in this unique opportunity Charles Hazel, Cornet; Kollin Gonser, Clarinet; Alyvia Bruce, Alto Saxophone; Taylor Halliwill, Tuba; and Zoe Roberts, Flute. Continue Reading →
The 2013-14 girls’ basketball team was recognized for their sportsmanship on Friday, January 31, after their game against Jackson Lumen Christi. The girls’ team was given an award by the Basketball Coaches Association for their exemplary sportsmanship. Continue Reading →
You may have noticed that you have to walk a little further from your parking space to get into the Aquatic Center. The reason for your extra steps is that overall participation in programs and memberships have been higher than in the previous half dozen years, and there is a plan in place to see this trend moving forward for years to come. “It’s been the goal of Charlotte Public Schools along with the Charlotte Aquatic Center to engage our community and continue to grow the facility’s usage”, said Dan Christian, Aquatic Center Supervisor. “We’re building from the ground up. Continue Reading →
Each day teachers at Charlotte Middle School use a variety of tools to create unique learning environments for our students. These unique opportunities create a learning environment that engages students and allows for individual creativity and hands on learning. Mrs. Quinn’s 8th grade science class used M&Ms as the radioactive element in an assignment aimed at understanding fossil record and geologic time. Continue Reading →
All the classrooms at Charlotte Public Schools’ Weymouth Child Development Center believe in learning through play and hands on experiences. The 4 year old preschool classroom at Weymouth had the opportunity to present on this topic at February’s Board of Education meeting. After a short intro by the classroom teacher, Ms. Jane, a group of 6 children stood in front of the Board to sing songs for them. Continue Reading →
Charlotte Public Schools is pleased to announce that Mr. Jon Marks has been selected as the Support Employee of the month; Mr. Marks is the Building Engineer for Parkview Elementary and Ms. Kassandra Davis has been selected as the Certified Employee of the month; Ms. Davis is a Special Education teacher at Charlotte High School. Continue Reading →
In an effort to increase collaboration between Charlotte High School and the community, we are working on developing a Community School Improvement Team, or CSIT. We currently have a Student School Improvement Team (SSIT), a Parent School Improvement Team (PSIT) and a teacher leadership team at the high school, and we need the community’s voice to help ensure that we are meeting the needs of all of our stakeholders. Continue Reading →
This past Saturday, many CHS students participated in District 8 Solo and Ensemble at Haslett High School. District Solo and Ensemble (S&E) occurs annually every February, and is made possible by the Michigan School Band and Orchestra Association (MSBOA). Continue Reading →
Charlotte Public School is launching a new kindergarten readiness program entitled “Kindergarten Prep Camp”.
The goal of the program is to provide our September 2015 incoming kindergarteners with opportunities to discover, explore, and experience age appropriate activities while promoting school readiness. Continue Reading →