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Join Us for a Virtual Student Assembly on Mental Health

In partnership with the National Alliance for Mental Illness (NAMI), CPS will host two FREE Ending the Silence presentations to educate secondary students on the early warning signs of mental health conditions and the steps to take if they or a loved one are showing symptoms.

These one-hour presentations will be offered through Zoom during the student support days noted below. Click the links for PDF flyers for each event:

Middle Schools – Monday, February 22, 2021 at 11:00 A.M.
High Schools – Friday, February 26, 2021 at 1:00 P.M.

Ending the Silence A VIRTUAL STUDENT ASSEMBLY PRESENTED BY NAMI: Photo of hands in the shape of hearts, High School Students, Friday, February 26, 2021 1:00 PM on Zoom Students will learn how to recognize the early warning signs of mental health conditions and steps to take if they or a loved one are showing symptoms. Together, we can raise awareness about mental health and end the stigma around getting professional help. HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS Register to attend this virtual event at: https://tinyurl.com/CPSNAMIHSEnding the Silence A VIRTUAL STUDENT ASSEMBLY PRESENTED BY NAMI: Photo of hands in the shape of hearts, Middle School Students, Monday, February 22, 2021 11:00 AM on Zoom Students will learn how to recognize the early warning signs of mental health conditions and steps to take if they or a loved one are showing symptoms. Together, we can raise awareness about mental health and end the stigma around getting professional help. Register to attend this virtual event at: https://tinyurl.com/CPSNAMIMS

Enter the CPS Student Visual Arts Competition

The Chesapeake Public Schools Equity Council is proud to announce a student visual arts contest and exhibition. The Equity Council is seeking artwork that is powerful, thought-provoking, and inspired by the theme: Lift Every Voice.  Students from all grade levels and artistic abilities are eligible and encouraged to show their creativity and their talent. Students must submit their artwork virtually by Friday, February 26, 2021. Submitted artwork will be organized into a virtual art gallery and selected original works will be on display in public venues throughout the district. Select student artists will also be recognized at the March 22 School Board Meeting and celebrated in the Superintendent’s Spotlight.  For more information, please click the links below.

EQUITY: 2021 Student Art Exhibition Full Information

CPSEC Student Visual Arts Exhibition Submission

February is CTE Awareness Month

Chesapeake Public Schools I am CTE Career Technical Education

Join us as we celebrate CTE Awareness Month at CCSS! Our focus is to strive to “Strengthen Career and Technical Education” in Chesapeake Public Schools.

Congrats to Our CCSS Students!

CCSS has a 100% pass rate again this semester for WISE Industry Credential Testing!!! Thank you Mr. Thaw for your outstanding work!!!

Sharks Attack Life One Bite At A Time!!!

Congratulations, Gerald Sudduth!

The CCSS Family is proud to announce that Mr. Gerald Sudduth is officially a graduate of Indian River High School.  We are proud of his accomplishments, and Chesapeake Public Schools has changed another life.  Destination…GREATNESS.

Gerald Sudduth Gerald Sudduth

Happy Retirement, Mrs. Thomas!

June ThomasHappy Retirement!!!  We take this moment to celebrate the career of June Thomas.  She has been a wonderful and positive math teacher that influenced countless students.  Best wishes on your next adventure!

Congrats to our CCSS Teacher of the Year, Mr. Winston

CCSS is extremely proud to announce our 2020-2021 Teacher of the Year: Mr. Terrance Winston!  Mr. Winston is our Guidance Director and embodies what Chesapeake Center for Student Success is all about.  He is a GREAT leader, motivator, and passionate educator that believes in his students and expects them to win everyday.  The CCSS Family congratulates, Mr. Terrance Winston on his outstanding accomplishment.

Terrance Winston, guidance counselorMr. Brown and Mr. Winston

Congrats to Our Reading Teacher of the Year, Ms. Mitchell!

Photo of Mr. Brown with Ms. Mitchell and her childrenCCSS is proud to announce that Jessica Mitchell was named the 2020-2021 Reading Teacher of the Year.  She is a proud English Teacher that shows her passion for reading daily through her lessons and activities.  Congratulations on the accomplishment, GREATNESS is here at CCSS.