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.
CCPS COVID-19 Information Page
CCPS COVID-19 Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
Continuity of Instruction Plan (PDF)
Resumen de Planes de la Continuidad de Instrucción (PDF)
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.
CCPS Return to Learn
Geoffrey Honan, Supervisor of Maintenance, will retire this year, after transitioning his successor this summer. Mr. Honan began his career with Caroline County Public Schools in February of 2013. He previously served as the National Maintenance Manager for Best Products Inc. for over 20 years. In his 7 year tenure with CCPS, Mr. Honan has overseen $25 million in large scale school renovation projects, completed energy performance upgrades at CMS, installed electronic entry systems at all schools, implemented a work order system, and increased safety in the schools and buildings. Mr. Honan led the annual capital improvements budget advisory committee and oversaw each of the approved projects. His extensive knowledge of facility maintenance, custodial services, and grounds has made him a valued member of the CCPS team.
Mr. Honan resides in Caroline County and has served as a volunteer with the Caroline County Agricultural Fair. He looks forward to continuing to contribute to the Caroline community, spending time with family, and sailing waterways on his boat. Caroline County Public Schools would like to thank Mr. Honan for his service and wishes him the best in his pending retirement.
CCPS Staff and Families,
CCPS has been working diligently since school ended in May to create a safe and effective instructional plan for the 2020-21 school year. The link below shows the timeline of what has been accomplished thus far and the remaining action steps in developing our Return-to-Learn plan. Notice the Community Forum on July 14 at CMS. We would love to have parents, students, and staff participate in this meeting to provide input in refining our plan. The plan will be finalized, forwarded to the VDOE, and posted on the CCPS website by July 20, with the first day of school occurring on August 10.
The Caroline County School Board appointed Ms. Rochelle Brown as Assistant Principal of Caroline Middle School at their meeting on June 18, 2020.
Ms. Brown graduated from Virginia Commonwealth University with a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration and Management. She also holds a Master’s Degree in Administration and Supervision from Regent University. Ms. Brown is currently a Dean of Students for Chesterfield County Public Schools. Serving in this leadership role for the past two years has enabled her to develop strong communication, interpersonal, and organizational skills. Ms. Brown coordinated professional development activities in Restorative Practices and Positive Behavior Intervention and Support (PBIS), initiated a Monday Mentor attendance program and led the School Safety Committee. Ms. Brown taught at Chesterfield County Public Schools before accepting the Dean position. Caroline County is excited to welcome Ms. Brown to the Caroline Middle School team for the 2020-2021 school year
The Caroline County School Board appointed Mrs. Kristi Thomas as Assistant Principal of Bowling Green Elementary School at their meeting on June 18, 2020.
Mrs. Thomas graduated from James Madison University with her Bachelor’s of Science degree in Sociology and received her Masters of Arts in Reading from Grand Canyon University. She is also pursuing her Doctorate of Education in Organizational Leadership K-12, from Grand Canyon University. Mrs. Thomas is currently serving as the Reading Specialist for Bowling Green Elementary School where she has been instrumental in contributing to the school’s success. Prior to accepting that position, she was a teacher at BGE from 2016-2019. Caroline County is excited to welcome Mrs. Thomas to the Bowling Green Elementary School team for the 2020-2021 school year.