CCPS is excited to announce the launch of its new Return to Learn website. For your convenience, the site contains the latest “draft” information regarding the opening of school for the 2020-21 school year: Introduction, Resources, Timeline, Guiding Principles, Survey Trends, Health and Safety, Delivery Models, Special Services, Social and Emotional Resources, and Athletics and Extracurriculars.
The R2L site will be updated regularly based on the latest guidance from the CDC, VDOE, or VDH, so be sure to visit it regularly to keep up-to-date regarding your student’s return to school.
Caroline County Public Schools is concerned about the health of its students and staff. As a result, we are closely monitoring the COVID-19 outbreak and keeping our community informed about the latest developments, best preventative practices, and steps that CCPS is taking to ensure a safe environment.
If you missed the opportunity to order graduation items or your class ring, there is still time! You can either place an order online or come to CHS on Tuesday, December 8th. Representativies from Herff Jones will be available from 4 pm to 6 pm outside of the main office entrance to help you with ring or graduation supply orders.
On November 11, 2020, Jayla Hill signed her National Letter of Intent (NLI) for Frostburg State University (D2) to continue her academic and softball career. Jayla is a 4-year Varsity starter for softball, and has also played field hockey and basketball for the high school. FSU softball coach, Bill Vasko, stated that he had first seen Jayla play in Atlanta, GA. He said he recruited Jayla because of her athleticism, speed on the bases, and power in the box. He believes Jayla will be an excellent addition to his team! We are all very excited to see Jayla as a Bobcat!
Caroline High School Class of 2004 Alumnus, Carlos Hughey, visited and worked with the students in Ms. Seigmund’s class this week. Mr. Hughey is the owner/operator of Magic Touch, a mobile car wash & detailing company. We loved seeing old and new CHS students exploring a topic together! Thank you so much, Mr. Hughey!!