Chesapeake Public Schools has officially started the textbook adoption process for Middle School Science. During this process all options are presented to the school system as well as the public for feedback on which textbook would be best suited for your students’ middle school science courses.
Citizens are invited to examine the proposed textbooks and provide feedback from November 23,2020 until January 15,2021. The process is taking place 100% online this year, and a website is provided for you to be able to view the proposed textbooks. Once you have looked through the proposed textbooks there is a link to a survey at the bottom of the webpage so that you can provide your feedback.
CCSS 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.
CCSS received an amazing facelift from family members of Lynne H. Albritton. Thank you for this amazing gift of joy.
Meals will be available at no charge to all children 18 and under through June 30, 2021:
- Meals will be distributed on Mondays and Wednesdays from 3:30-5:30 pm
- Multiple meals will be provided each day.
- Meals will all be served cold and heating instructions will be provided.
- We encourage pre-ordering meals through MyPaymentsPlus.com account to help us ensure we have meals ready for pickup.
Visit www.cpschools.com/school-nutrition-services for more information.
All families (Options 1 & 2), should review all of the information outlined in the slide deck below. This information includes important instructional updates, checklists families should complete now, and other important health and safety protocols families should incorporate into their daily school routine.
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UPDATED BELL SCHEDULE:
Beginning October 12, 2020, the daily middle school bell schedule will change to accommodate the on-campus continuum shift.
CCSS UPDATED BELL SCHEDULE
September is National Suicide Prevention & Awareness Month. Help spread the facts about suicide and understand the warning signs. Download the National Suicide Prevention Wallet Card below:
Are you interested in attending a virtual college fair? Join over 100 institutions for panels and college fairs over the course of eight weeks. Registration is now open. All events are free and open to all students. Sign up for as many sessions as you would like that fit your schedule. See this flyer for details.
Welcome Derrick Watkins, Math Teacher
Welcome Cliff Rhodes, English Teacher