Safe Routes to School Parent Survey
Chesapeake Public Schools, in partnership with the Virginia Department of Transportation (VDOT) is proud to continue supporting the Safe Routes to School Grant The purpose of this federally funded grant program is to:
• provide bicycle safety and pedestrian education.
• encourage, promote, and provide incentives to schools and communities for making walking and biking to school safe, convenient, and natural for students.
• enable and encourage children, including those with disabilities, to walk and bicycle to school.
• Make bicycling and walking to school a safer and more appealing transportation alternative, thereby encouraging a healthy and active lifestyle from an early age.
• Facilitate the planning, development, and implementation of projects and activities that will improve safety and reduce traffic, fuel consumption, and air pollution in the vicinity of schools.
As a requirement of the grant, we need to collect parent feedback regarding your children walking and biking to school. The survey we will use comes from the National Center for Safe Routes to School’s data system. The surveys will only be available March 18th-31st.
With your participation, we will be able to collect data on ways to make biking and walking a safe and healthy choice for our Chesapeake Public School students.
If you have any questions, please contact Dawn Cyr, CPS Safe Routes to School Coordinator, via email – .
Thank you very much for your time and participation!
Escuelas públicas de Chesapeake
Preescolar de cuatro años
La Iniciativa Preescolar de Chesapeake (CPI, por sus siglas en inglés) es un programa GRATUITO de DÍA COMPLETO para niños elegibles que cumplirán cuatro años antes del 30 de septiembre que viven en Chesapeake. El programa está diseñado para brindarles a los niños elegibles oportunidades para crear una base educativa firme que pueda usarse para lograr el éxito académico y social.
El equipo de CPI comenzará a programar citas de evaluación de elegibilidad para el próximo año escolar la última semana de febrero. Las solicitudes e instrucciones pueden recogerse en las escuelas de CPI, en el Centro de Servicios de Instrucción o en el sitio web de CPS
Chesapeake Public Schools
The Chesapeake Preschool Initiative (CPI) is a FREE FULL-DAY program for eligible children who will be four years old by September 30th and who live in Chesapeake. The program is designed to give eligible children opportunities to create a firm educational foundation that can be used to achieve academic and social success.
The CPI team will begin scheduling eligibility screening appointments for the upcoming school year the last week of February. Applications and instructions may be picked up from the CPI schools, from the Instructional Services Center, or from the CPS preschool website beginning the last week of February.
Title 1 Parent and Family Engagement Survey
Parents please take a moment to complete the Title I Parent and Family Engagement Survey. Your feedback is important! Click the picture below to start the survey.
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Grades K-3 and Chesapeake Preschool Initiative (CPI):
7:40 a.m.-2:14 p.m.
Pre-K: 7:35 a.m.-10:35 a.m. and 11:14 a.m.-2:14 p.m.
**Students may not arrive before 7:20 am and must be picked up no later than 2:14 pm.
The school is unable to provide supervision of students except during school hours. Children arriving to the building after 7:40 a.m. are considered tardy. Parents must accompany tardy students into the building and sign them in at the front office.
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 withdraws from the division, they are no longer legally licensed to use the software. View information about Office 365.