Caroline High School has selected Mr. Zach Foltz as the new Head Varsity Baseball Coach. He has served as the varsity assistant coach for the past three seasons. Coach Foltz served on the JV coaching staff for nine seasons in Caroline from 2008-2016. He has attended numerous coaching clinics and coached area travel baseball teams. After graduating from Caroline, Mr. Foltz played baseball at Rappahannock Community College before transferring to Bridgewater College for his final two seasons of eligibility. Coach Foltz has a degree from Bridgewater in Health & Physical Education. He currently teaches Health & Physical Education at Caroline Middle School. CCPS welcome Mr. Zach Foltz to his new role at Caroline High School.
We are so excited to welcome students back to school on Monday, August 12, 2019. Please feel free to download a “First Day of School” photo template to capture your student’s special moment. Whether your child is a kindergartner or a rising senior there is a template for you!
CCPS would love to post your student’s first day photo on the CCPS Facebook page and use a handful of photos in the opening school year video. If you’re willing to share your “First Day of School” photo with us, please email your photo to the Superintendent’s Administrative Assistant, Lisa Stevens (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Now CCPS parents can use MySchoolBucks to pay for your child’s school fees online! This is the same system our CCPS cafeterias utilize. If you don’t already have an account with MySchoolBucks, you will need to sign up for a new parent account. Once the account is created, simply add your child to your household account. Once completed, you are ready to make your first online payment!
Contact the bookkeeper at your child’s school if you have any questions. We hope that this online service will support you in preparing your child for the 2019-2020 school year!
Greetings, CCPS families!
After two months of summer planning and groundwork, we eagerly anticipate the start of a new school year and new beginnings. Stay up to date by reading our summer edition of the CCPS Newsletter.