See the document below for a weekly overview of suggested activities available to students within Chesapeake
Public Schools. These suggestions can be used by families to support the continuity of education.
Please see the following office hours for staff members at CCSS:
On Saturday, March 21, the city of Chesapeake will host a free event on marijuana and vaping. See the following flyer for details:
Our March 2020 Parent Newsletter is now available. Please see the link below for important information about school events and activities:
Make It Count, Chesapeake! The 2020 U.S. Census is coming this spring and YOUR response matters. For every person not counted in the Census, an estimated $20,000 in federal funding is lost every ten years. This means less money for schools, parks, childcare, and roads in Chesapeake.
Getting a complete and accurate count in 2020 requires everyone’s help. Check your mail in March for a letter from the U.S. Census Bureau and be sure to do your part. The Census can be completed online, by mail, or by phone. For more information visit 2020census.gov.
Did you know that library access is now available to EVERY Chesapeake Public Schools student, even without a library card? You can check out books and materials, use the computers, and even print documents (for a small fee). Visit infopeake.org and sign in using the details below:
Username: CPS student number
Password: Month and day of birth in numbers (ex. January 2 is 0102)
Central Library- 298 Cedar Road
Dr. Clarence V. Cuffee Library- 2726 Border Road
Greenbrier Library- 1214 Volvo Parkway
Indian River Library- 2320 Old Greenbrier Parkway
Major Hillard Library- 824 Old George Washington Highway
Russell Memorial Library- 2808 Taylor Road
South Norfolk Memorial Library- 801 Poindexter Street
HOURS OF OPERATION
Monday-Thursday: 10:00 am-8:00 pm, Friday: 10:00 am-6:00 pm
Saturday: 10:00 am-5:00 pm
Sunday: 1:00 pm-5:00 pm
Join the Chesapeake Reading Council today! Membership is only $30, and it includes the CRC as well as the Virginia State Reading Association. Join by October 15 for your chance to win a $50 Amazon gift card!
The CRC provides grants and scholarships to teachers and students, including the Chesapeake Reading Teacher of the Year, the Community Projects Grant, and several student scholarships. For more information visit the CRC website at www.crcreads.org or find them on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram.
Find out information and get your questions answered about the new Chesapeake Alternative High School Program (CAHSP) by clicking the link below.
Chesapeake Public Schools is happy to announce the availability of Office 365 Pro Plus at no charge to all Chesapeake Public School (CPS) students for use on personal computer equipment. The licensing allows the installation of the software on up to five compatible PC and/or MAC computers. In addition, a simplified version of the software may be installed on up to five tablet/mobile devices. The license will remain active as long as the division maintains this agreement and as long as the individual is a CPS student. Once a student withdrawals from the division, they are no longer legally licensed to use the software.