Caroline County Public Schools is pleased to present two draft 18-19 Instructional Calendars for stakeholder review and comment. The CCPS Instructional Calendar Committee worked collaboratively in November with the aim of preserving and enhancing various aspects of the academic calendar. Options A and B reflect committee input as well as local and state mandates that provide parameters for calendar development. For more information regarding the committee’s work and regulatory requirements, please see the Frequently Asked Questions document on the CCPS website.
Please take a moment to review Options A and B (CCPS website) and provide us with feedback. The survey will close on Thursday, December 21. We look forward to presenting a final draft calendar to the School Board at the February School Board Meeting.
Calendars A and B are similar with the exceptions of March and April. See below for the outlined differences:
- Calendar A provides a consistent spring break (1st week of April – would not change in future years) that aligns with calendar proposals for neighboring divisions to our immediate South (Hanover, Henrico, Richmond City). With a consistent spring break, Option A provides a half student day on 4/19/19 and a holiday on 4/22/19.
- Calendar B provides a traditional spring break, which falls prior to the holiday on 4/21/19.
- Options A and B reflect different dates in March for the End of the 3rd Quarter and time allocated for professional work days.
2018-2019 Calendar Option A (Printable PDF – English Version)
2018-2019 Calendar Option B (Printable PDF – English Version)
Frequently Asked Questions (Printable PDF – English Version)
2018-2019 Instructional Calendar Feedback
Thank you for your time and input!
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Healthy Coping Strategies
Information presentation by:
Rappahannock Community Services Board
Caroline County Sheriff’s Office – CCPS-CMS School Counselors
-Identifying healthy/unhealthy relationships
-What is self-harming behavior?
-Learn the dangerous APPS
Saturday, January 13, 2018
Caroline Middle School Auditorium
13325 Devil’s Three Jump Road
Milford, Virginis 22514
Sponsored by: CCPS – Parent Resource Center
Child supervision provided
Caroline County Public Schools received a Green Certification award in the 2017 Virginia School Boards Association’s (VSBA) Green Schools Challenge. It is a friendly competition designed to encourage implementation of specific environmental policies and practical actions that reduce the carbon emissions generated by both the local school division and the broader community. This is the ninth year the awards were given out.
The Certified Green School Division winners were recognized at the VSBA Annual Convention being held in Williamsburg. The 30 school divisions were recognized as being Certified Green School Divisions by implementing new actions and adopting new policies that earn the divisions “green points”. The VSBA Green Schools Challenge was sponsored by Moseley Architects and ABM Education.
An exciting new feature has been added to PowerSchool Assessment called student assessment review. With this feature, students can look at items that they missed within a predefined window. In order to activate this feature, a teacher must select this option when scheduling a test. After setting a review window, the teacher generates a code for each student. To access the review feature, students and parents navigate to the PowerSchool Assessment log on screen. Both the students and parents tab include the option to review an assessment. After selecting the review an assessment option, enter in the student number and the unique review password. The link to PowerSchool Assessment is found on the www.ccps.us site under the parent drop down. An additional link is located on the my.ccps.us intranet page under the students tab.