Parents and Graduates,
Graduation is still on as scheduled. Please see the information below regarding tickets and practice.
Tickets: Tickets may be picked up at CHS between 11:00 and 3:00 by the student or a parent with an ID. Cords and other items will also be provided at this time. Please drive with caution and use alternate routes due to possible flooded roads.
Practice: 5:00-6:00 at UMW. Please report promptly by 5:00 for practice before the ceremony.
Graduation: 6:45: Line-up in auxiliary gym, with the ceremony beginning at 7:00.
Due to numerous road closures, continued flooding, and the potential for additional accumulation, Caroline County Public Schools will now be closed for Friday, May 18 (12 Mo. Employees Code 2, Liberal Leave).
The Caroline High School graduation will proceed at University of Mary Washington (7:00 pm). Additional information will be provided by CHS later this morning.
We would like to invite anyone unable to attend the ceremony at University of Mary Washington to join us on YouTube Live. We will be attempting our first video livestream during the graduation at 7:00 PM EST on Friday, May 18th.
DISCLAIMER: This is both no-cost and our first attempt, so please bear with us through any technical issues.
The following links will lead to (or display) the livestream:
Due to continued power outages at CCPS facilities, the school division is now closed to all students, staff, and 12-month employees. Thank you and be safe!
Caroline High School Junior, Rebecca Button, has a bright future in the STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) fields. Some of her most recent accomplishments are First Place in the Chesapeake Robotics District Competition, First Place on the Robotics Competition Dean’s List finalist (first out of 173 international finalists), Winner of the Virginia Computing Award, National Honorable Mention for Computing Aware, and Rebecca was featured in the STEM-focused Make Magazine.
Congratulations, Rebecca! Caroline County Public Schools is very proud of your accomplishments.
The Parent/Guardian survey is available and we ask that you take a few minutes to complete the survey. Your voice is important as we gather data to support our strategic plan, Pathways 2022. If you have children in multiple schools, please take the survey separately for each building. The survey will be open April 25th through May 9th. Thank you in advance for your time and cooperation.
2017-2018 CCPS Parent Climate Survey
This post was updated on May 7, 2018.
The Town of Bowling Green invites you to attend the 3rd annual Bowling on the Green Virginia Wine Festival in support of Caroline County Public Schools Education Foundation on Saturday, 6.09.2018 1pm – 6pm at The Old Mansion, located at 200 South Main Street, Bowling Green, Virginia 22427.