ParentPortal letters are now available at each school for grades 3 through 12. The letters have an Access username, Access password, and instructions for setting up your ParentPortal account.

If you had previously set up a ParentPortal account, it will remain the same.

Rural Family Development Caroline County Head Start
Virginia Council of Churches
Job Advertisement

RFD Caroline County Head Start, VA is currently seeking applicants for the following positions:

Teacher- Responsible for providing a developmentally appropriate Head Start environment for children ages three to five years in a center based setting; as well as over site the day-to-day activities and management of the classroom. This is a nine month position that requires an Associate’s Degree or higher in Early Childhood with a starting hourly range of $14.10 – $15.18. Bilingual (English/Spanish) is a plus.

Temporary Teacher Assistant (6- 8 weeks) – Responsible for assisting in the provision of developmentally appropriate activities in the classroom and caring for children under the guidance and direction of the Preschool Teacher. The Teacher Assistant shall also assist with the establishment and maintenance of war, well managed, child-oriented environment that support health, safety, and cross cultural awareness. This is a nine month position that requires High School diploma with a salary range of $8.57 for High School diploma and $10.30 an hour for CDA.

Applications may be obtained by calling (804) 633-5413 or picking one up at the Head Start office located at the following listed below address. Applications should be submitted to:

Caroline School Board
RFD Caroline Head Start
16221 Richmond Turnpike
Bowling Green, VA 22427

Email billups@vacouncilofchurches.org or dshearsbillups@gmail.com

The closing date of this position is Friday, September 5th , 2014. RFD HS is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Due to circumstances beyond our control, the Caroline Middle School is experiencing technical difficulties with
​their​ phone lines today. We apologize for any inconvenience. We are working diligently to correct the problem.

Madison Elementary School
Based upon a recommendation from the CIP Committee, the Caroline School Board voted to reject all bids on the Madison Elementary School Additions project. The project cost exceeded the available funds so the Caroline School Board requested that OWPR re-bid the project along with the Caroline High School Additions and Renovations project in the fall. The two main factors in the cost over-runs were the cost of the site work and the cost of technology add-ons for the project. Together, these two items accounted for most of the higher cost. The site work is being re-designed to allow for a lower cost storm water collection basin and the scope of the added technology will be substantially reduced. The overall school addition design will remain the same and the existing building will still receive a new two-way intercom system for each of the classrooms and additional fire alarm components. The revised design package will be submitted to the School Division and County for review in September.

Caroline High School
The design package for Caroline High School Additions and Renovations will be complete in September and will be submitted to the School Division and County for review. Due to rising construction costs, the Technical Review Committee and CIP Committee have been working closely with OWPR to develop design documents that will allow the Contractors to build the large additions as quickly as possible with as little disruption to the existing building as possible. Additions will include a new central secured entrance, new Media Center, new Administration and Guidance Area and new 14,000 square foot Gymnasium along with three new Team Rooms, concessions and new weight room. Renovation work will include a new roof, new windows, new locker rooms, ADA restrooms, 6 new science labs, conversion of the old library and administration to classrooms, new HVAC system, new lighting and electrical switchgear replacement. CTE programming additions will include a CNA Program, Sports Medicine Program, Robotics Program and HVAC Technician Program. Culinary Arts will be expanded to include a new dining room that could be opened to serve the public and TV Production will be housed in a new classroom being built adjacent to the Auditorium and Stage to allow for greater collaboration with Performing Arts and use of shared equipment. OWPR recently walked through Caroline High School with Kevin Wightman, Caroline County Building Official and Geoffrey Honan, Supervisor of Maintenance, to make sure all building code related issues are adequately addressed in the renovation and expansion.

Caroline High School Running Track
Work on the high school running track project is nearing completion. The new drainage system has been installed, the new field events features relocated and the black asphalt base on the track has been installed. In the next two weeks the blue surface will be installed on the track and the field events areas and the track striping will be painted. New sod has been installed where the new drainage system was constructed. It is anticipated that work on the track will be complete by early September.

There will be a Special School Board Meeting on Monday, August 18, 2014 at 6:00 p.m. in the conference room at the School Board Office to discuss the HVAC in the CHS Project.