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February Employees of the Month

Charlotte Public Schools is pleased to announce that Ms. Autumn Waterman has been selected as the Support Employee of the month; Ms. Waterman is an Administrative Assistant at Washington Elementary and Mr. Jeff Haston has been selected as the Certified Employee of the month; Mr. Haston is a Science and Specials teacher at Charlotte Middle School and Upper Elementary. Continue Reading →

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M-STEP Participation Letter from State Board of Education

It is the policy of the Michigan State Board of Education and Michigan Department of Education that all students participate in the state assessment programs in the grades and content areas where applicable. The Michigan Department of Education (MDE) is committed to helping educators inform their instruction and to updating Michigan parents, educators, and other stakeholders on the educational progress of all public school students toward college- and career-readiness in schools and districts statewide. Continue Reading →

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M-STEP Parent Letter

This year, the Michigan Department of Education (MDE) will be transitioning to new statewide assessments beginning in mid-April. These new assessments, called the Michigan Student Test of Educational Progress (M-STEP), will be given online and will measure current student knowledge. In past years, grades 3-8 assessments were given in the fall and measured a student’s knowledge from the previous year. Continue Reading →

CHS Job Shadow

CHARLOTTE SENIOR SEMINAR STUDENTS EXPERIENCE JOB SHADOW

Charlotte High School students enrolled in Senior Seminar class taught by Mrs. Tina VanSyckle, had the opportunity to experience job shadowing for a day. Students spent the work day experiencing the “real world” in a career of their choice. Students chose a career and most students made their own arrangements. Continue Reading →

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CHARLOTTE SYMPHONY BAND TO HOST WMU SYMPHONIC BAND IN CONCERT AT CHARLOTTE PERFORMING ARTS CENTER

On Tuesday evening, April 14, the Charlotte Symphony Band will host the Western Michigan University Symphonic Band in concert at the Charlotte Performing Arts Center. The concert is one of the appearances by the WMU Symphonic Band and conductor Dr. Scott Boerma on their annual spring concert tour. Continue Reading →

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Charlotte High School Students Show the Power of Student Engagement

High school students have the tremendous power to make a difference in their schools and in their communities. Nowhere is this more evident than in Charlotte. In early March, Charlotte High School seniors demonstrated what pride in a school and in a community means. Throughout the school year, they worked in groups to plan senior projects around the simple premise that they had to do something to benefit their school or their community. Then, on March 3rd, they put all of their planning into action. From that simple goal, the students created murals throughout the school, and they built picnic tables for a local park. They assembled flags that the Kiwanis Club sets up in the Courthouse Square Continue Reading →

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Charlotte Middle School Bands Earn Superior Ratings

The Charlotte Middle School Bands earned high ratings at the MSBOA District VIII Band and Orchestra Festival on March 13, 2015. The 7th and 8th grade band performed Lexington March by John Edmondson, Carolina Legend by James Swearingen, and In Quest of Uluru by James Swearingen. Cadet Band I played Children of the Shrine March by James Swearingen, Carpathian Sketches by Robert Jager, and Gadget by Randall Standridge. Continue Reading →

Wacky Science

Charlotte’s Parkview Elementary Gets Wacky About Science

The Wacky Science Show recently came to Parkview Elementary School giving students an enjoyable experience while learning about the scientific method. This is the only show to ever win Dow Chemical’s Touch-Tech Award for excellence in hands-on science education. Continue Reading →

Winter Sports

Winter Sports Wrap-up

Congratulations to all of our winter athletic teams on a successful season! Oriole pride continues to swell as black and orange overtakes the crowds both home and away. Here is a review of the winter highlights as spring sports begin. Continue Reading →

February Employees of month

February Employees of the Month

Charlotte Public Schools is pleased to announce that Ms. Autumn Waterman has been selected as the Support Employee of the month; Ms. Waterman is an Administrative Assistant at Washington Elementary and Mr. Jeff Haston has been selected as the Certified Employee of the month; Mr. Haston is a Science and Specials teacher at Charlotte Middle School and Upper Elementary. Continue Reading →

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Clubs and Organizations

Charlotte High School (CHS) offers many different clubs and organizations to students. Many students are unaware that they could be involved in some of these clubs and organizations or that they even exist. Continue Reading →

Charlotte Aquatic Center Hosts Annual Daddy Daughter Dance

Daddy/Daughter Dance

On the weekend of February 20 and February 21 about 320 couples packed the Charlotte Middle School Cafetorium for the annual Daddy Daughter Dance hosted by the Charlotte Aquatic Center. The night of fun included a disc jockey, dancing, refreshments, and complimentary pictures for each couple. Continue Reading →

Weymouth Reading Month

Charlotte’s Weymouth Child Development Center Celebrates Reading Month

During the month of March, in recognition of National Reading Month, Charlotte Public Schools’ Weymouth Child Development Center focuses on literacy and fostering a love of books. They are holding their annual center-wide reading challenge from infants up through school age participants. Each child that participates reads as many books as they can for the month and turns in their reading slips to the teachers. The classroom that reads the most books for the month wins a special prize. Continue Reading →

First Robotics

Go OBOTS!!

Over February 27 and 28, Charlotte High School's FIRST Robotics (FRC) team, the O-Bots, completed its first district competition at Howell Middle School like a well-oiled machine. During qualifying, the rookie team bounced between 1st, 3rd and 5th ranking, with Gabe Raney and Hunter Wiltse behind the wheel. In the end, the average score landed them 5th out of 40 teams competing for a spot in quarter-finals. With that amazing placing, the team gained not only the honor of picking their alliances as an alliance captain in quarter-finals, but earned a trophy for having the highest qualifying score among this year's rookie teams. Continue Reading →

Harvard Model Congress

Better technology, Better economy!!

“Better jobs lead to innovation of technology,” Gina McCarthy stated on the first day of the Conference on Thursday, February 19th in the National Economic Council, which has strong liberal ideals. The National Economic Council works hard alongside Democratic President Barack Obama to ensure job increases along with continuous economic growth. They hope to construct a reformation policy to better prepare the students in our education systems for higher intellectual work beyond schooling. Continue Reading →

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