The Caroline County School Board announced today that it will begin the process of hiring a new superintendent by seeking public input on qualifications.
The school board has created a survey related to superintendent criteria, which is available by using the following link Superintendent Search Survey
Hard copies of the survey will also be available at the school board administration offices and at each school.
In addition to the survey, the board will hold a public hearing on June 11, 2018 at 5:30 PM in the Caroline Middle School Auditorium.
“Hiring a new superintendent is an important task for the school board and we encourage that the public participate in the process of determining qualifications for our next superintendent,” said School Board Chairman George Spaulding, “We hope that all community members will take time to fill out the online survey or attend the public hearing.”
The school board selected the Virginia School Board Association (VSBA) to assist the board with the superintendent search.
Reminder: Due to recent inclement weather closures, Wednesday, May 23, 2018 will now be a full school day. This change will permit schools to conclude SOL and end of course testing, complete end of year events, and conduct celebratory activities.
Due to recent inclement weather closures, Wednesday, May 23 will now be a full school day. This change will permit schools to conclude SOL and end of course testing, complete end of year events, and conduct celebratory activities.
The high school’s Makerspace club is involved in a state-wide program that teaches students to refurbish surplus computer hardware from government agencies and private companies. The Virginia Student Training and Refurbishment Program, also known as VA STAR, allows Caroline County students to learn hands-on technical repair skills in an after-school setting.
Today, the club made a donation of 51 refurbished VA STAR computers! The machines came from FEMA via VA STAR without hard drives. The donation recipient independently raised $2,000 to purchase hard drives and other parts. Students spent many hours after school refurbishing the machines, installing new hard drives, and installing operating system software.
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: