CHS Competes in the Black History Quiz Bowl

April 28, 2013, at the University of Mary Washington, Jazmine Shaw, Lawrence Jackson, and Brandon Carter competed for Caroline High School against 3 other area schools for the Black History Quiz Bowl. The other schools that competed were Riverbend High School, James Monroe High School, and Courtland High School. Our students finished in 1st place. The received certificates and a cash award for their hard work in the competition.


CHS Freshman Transition Night

Freshman Transition Night
Rising ninth graders, come out and explore your Freshman options at CHS on April 29, 2013!
Take a tour of the building and explore academics, Career and Technical Education, clubs, and athletics. The evening’s events begin in the auditorium at 6:00 PM.

Kindergarten Registration

Kindergarten registration began last week with the Smart Beginnings Kindergarten Enrollment Day on April 24, 2013! Smart Beginnings Rappahannock Area sponsored a regional event for Kindergarten registration and Ready Freddy the frog visited LCES to help with their registration.


CMS Goes to AP Hill for Earth Day

On Thursday April 18, the seventh and eighth graders took a trip over to Earth Day at AP Hill Military Base.  The students enjoyed environmental exhibits, a nature trail and displays of military vehicles.  I know that several students got to dress in bomb squad gear, and tour inside military helicopters.  The environmental exhibits were wonderful, giving away trees for the students to plant and peaking  their curiosity about the world around them.  Thank you AP Hill for a fantastic day.

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Calendar Changes

During the 2012-2013 school year nine days have been missed due to inclement weather and there have been two 2-hour delays.  Two of the missed days have been made up.
At the School Board meeting last night, the Board approved extending the school year by two and a half days and making Friday, June 14 a full day of school.  With the extension, the last day of school will be an early dismissal day for students on Wednesday, June 19.  “Bank time” will be used for the remaining four days.  With these changes, teacher workdays and professional development will be scheduled for the afternoon of June 19 and on June 20-21.  The graduation date of June 7 will not change.