ORIOLE FOOTBALL IS BACK!
Oriole football is back! Be part of the excitement, and support your hometown student athletes. Oriole football’s home opener is Thursday, August 29th, with the Varsity players facing the Fowlerville Gladiators. The Junior Varsity player’s home opener is September 12th, against the Ionia Bulldogs – after facing Fowlerville, and Mason, on the road.
Football Season Opener - in .pdf format →
GRETCHEN MCCLELLAN-VANARSDALE, NEW DIRECTOR OF SPECIAL EDUCATION & STUDENT SUPPORTS
It is our pleasure to take this opportunity to announce that Gretchen McClellan-VanArsdale has been approved as Charlotte Public Schools’ new Director of Special Education and Student Supports. Gretchen comes to our district with an exceptional depth of knowledge and breadth of experience. With over 30 years in Special Education, she has proven herself to be a collaborative leader with a strong desire to create a culture that supports success for students, staff, and the greater community.
Gretchen McClellan-VanArdale - in .pdf format →
FRESHMAN ORIENTATION MOVED TO WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 14TH
Freshman Orientation is being moved to Wednesday, August 14th from 5pm until 6pm. This is the evening of our High School open house which is from 4pm until 6pm.
The orientation is being moved so that you and your student have the opportunity to meet not only your freshman teachers, but our new principal Mr. Jeff Bohl.
Please plan on joining us at the orientation on Wednesday, August 14 from 5pm-6pm as we welcome our new principal.
Freshman orientation meeting- in .pdf format →
Free Meals for ALL DK-3 Grade Students at CPS
Charlotte Public Schools will trial the Community Eligibility Provision (CEP) for School Year 2019-2020 for developmental kindergarten – 3rd grades. ALL students at Parkview, Washington and Galewood elementary schools will receive free breakfast and lunch, regardless of individual eligibility.
Community Eligibility is a program offered by the USDA and Michigan Deptartment of Education. It will allow Charlotte Public Schools to offer free breakfast and lunches for ALL students at Parkview, Washington and Galewood elementary schools.
Free Meals for all DK-3 Students- in .pdf format →
INTRODUCTION OF NEW CMS PRINCIPAL
It is our pleasure to take this opportunity to announce that Nick Boucher will be recommended to the Charlotte Board of Education for the position of Charlotte Middle School principal. Most recently, Nick's work at Charlotte High School with Project Success has given him valuable leadership opportunities that will translate well to leading the Middle School. Prior to coming to Charlotte, Nick established himself as a leader who prioritizes supporting students, parents, and staff to reach their fullest potential. We are excited to see the wonderful things that Nick will do along-side students and staff at the Middle School. --
New CMS Principal- in .pdf format →
FREE SUMMER LUNCH FOR CHILDREN 18 YEARS AND UNDER
Free Summer Lunch for all children 18 years and under.
Brian Latty, Food Service Supervisor announces that Charlotte Public Schools will offer the Free Summer Lunch Program again this year for all kids and teens:
Meet Up & Eat Up
Starting June 17th thru August 9th
, lunches will be provided Monday - Friday, from 11:30 - 12:30 at Washington Elementary, 525 High Street, Charlotte. Adult lunches are available for $3.00 each. Everyone is Welcome! Any Child can join us at Washington Elementary for lunch plus the use of the playground, games, and enjoy free books during the summer. Children from Galewood, Parkview, Washington, Upper Elementary, Middle School, High School and even students that do not attend Charlotte Public Schools are able to receive a Free Lunch!
Free Lunch Flyer in .pdf format →
CPS SELECTS NEW SUPERINTENDENT
After an extensive search and interview process, the Charlotte Public Schools Board of Education narrowed down a field of nearly 30 candidates to select Dr. Mandy Stewart
as the next superintendent of Charlotte Public Schools.
“We were overwhelmed by the number of outstanding candidates that applied for the superintendent position”, said Charlotte School Board President Caleb Buhs. “Dr. Stewart rose to the top as the right candidate to continue growing the district in educational excellence and opportunity. In addition to her robust academic background, she embodies the communication and leadership qualities that will serve our students, staff, parents and community well.”
Message from Board of Education- in .pdf format →