Frequently Asked Questions Update

Good Evening CCPS Families!

We wanted to take a moment to draw your attention to the CCPS 2nd Semester Frequently Asked Questions document for 2020-2021. We have included questions received via email and posed on Facebook by parents, employees, students, and community stakeholders. It is our goal to keep you informed and knowledgeable as we closeout the first semester and begin preparation for our 2nd Semester Return to Learn. Be sure to check the FAQ often as it will be updated on a regular basis.

Be Safe and Happy Thanksgiving!

CCPS School Board wins the 2020 VSBA School Board of the Year Award

We are excited to announce that the Caroline County Public School Board was selected as the 2020 VSBA School Board of the Year for the Commonwealth of Virginia!

We at CCPS are very proud of our school board members and thank each of them for their service and commitment to our schools and community. We will be holding a recognition dinner in their honor at Ladysmith Village sponsored by Honeywell.

Please join us in congratulating each of our board members on this well deserved and distinguished award.

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UPDATE: Schools CLOSED for Friday, November 13, 2020

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As the rivers and streams continued to rise overnight, numerous roads remained closed or unpassable at this time. Caroline County Public Schools will be closed for all students and staff today, Friday, November 13, 2020. 12 month employees will be on Code 0.

Once again, students are encouraged to use this inclement weather day to review assignments, complete any missing work, and study for upcoming tests/quizzes.

Schools CLOSED for Thursday, November 12, 2020

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Due to continued heavy rainfall overnight, numerous roads are closed or not passable creating hazardous driving conditions. Additionally, Caroline County remains under a flash flood warning throughout the afternoon. Caroline County Public Schools will be closed for all students and staff on Thursday, November 12, 2020 (Employees Code 3 – essential personnel report).

Students are encouraged to use this inclement weather day to review assignments, complete any missing work, and study for upcoming tests/quizzes. Thank you and be safe!

R2L Intent Form

CCPS Families,
This is a reminder to complete your R2L intent form! Please complete one form per child no later than November 4, 2020. Results will be tabulated and used to support recommendations made during the November 9th School Board presentation (CMS Auditorium and Facebook Live, 5:30 pm).
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2-Hour Delay for Friday, October 30, 2020

Good morning, CCPS staff, students, and families. Mother Nature has created water logged roads in Caroline County making some routes unsafe for buses and drivers at this time. CCPS will be on a two hour delay for Friday, October 30, 2020 for all employees and students. We will continue to monitor the status of bus routes after sunrise and inform you of any necessary updates. Thank you and be safe.

Mr. Bradley Griffin Announced as Coordinator of Maintenance

The Caroline County School Board appointed Mr. Bradley Griffin as Coordinator of Maintenance at its meeting on October 12, 2020.
Mr. Griffin graduated from Caroline High School. He continued his education at Germanna Community College. Bradley completed his HVAC apprenticeship through the Richmond Technical Center in Richmond, Virginia.
Mr. Griffin has over 12 years of experience with Caroline County Public Schools. He began his employment with the division as a part-time grounds worker in 2008. Striving to grow and learn within CCPS in acquiring new skills, Bradley became a licensed HVAC technician in 2012. He advanced to the position of HVAC Technician with the school division in December of 2012.
As an HVAC Technician, Mr. Griffin’s duties included maintenance and service of HVAC systems and refrigeration equipment. He installed and tested air condition and refrigeration equipment to ensure proper operation. Bradley is skilled in troubleshooting and repairing, as well as installing new variable frequency drives. Bradley is highly-visible in the buildings throughout the division as he is responsible for energy management of occupied and unoccupied school events.
Caroline County Public Schools is excited to have Mr. Griffin assume this new role within the Maintenance Department, and we congratulate him on his dedication and growth mindset he has presented over the past 12 years with the division. He will begin his new role on October 13, 2020.

Bradley Griffin