CHS Music Department Presents Their Spectacular Spring Concert

On Thursday, April 29th, the CHS Music Department will present its final concert of the year-a Spectacular Spring Concert Event.  The concert will be available for viewing onsite AND virtually in order to accommodate everyone who wishes to attend.

On-site Viewing
5:30 PM
CHS Auditorium

Virtual Viewing
Zoom will be available if you wish to watch from home. The Zoom “room” opens at 5:15 PM.
Meeting ID: 917 3916 5342

Concert Program
Chorus (5:30 PM-5:45 PM)
I. Sign of the Times
II. I Have to Sing
III. Count on Me
IV. Don’t You Worry ‘Bout a Thing

Orchestra (5:50 PM – 6:10 PM)
I.Iron Man
II.Crazy Strings
III. Lion’s Pride
IV. Creatures

Concert Band (6:15 PM – 6:30 PM)
I. Seven Nation Army
II. Of Monsters and Men

Virtual Academy Information Meeting

Flyer for the Virtual Academy for grades 3-12

This is just a reminder for all interested in Caroline County Public Schools’ Virtual Academy that a second informational meeting will be held Thursday, April 29 at 6:30PM in the Caroline Middle School auditorium. If you have not submitted your interest survey, and you would like your child to participate in the 2021-22 Virtual Academy, please contact your child’s school to be placed on the roster. The deadline to express interest is Friday, April 30, 2021. The deadline for rising students in grades 6-12 to complete the online readiness questionnaire is Tuesday, May 4, 2021. Please view our flyer and sample schedules for elementary and secondary linked below.

URGENT! CHS COURSE REQUESTS DEADLINE – MAY 26TH

If you have any questions regarding anything scheduling related, please feel free to reach out to your student’s counselor

Scheduling FAQ’s
When are course requests due?
All course requests are due May 26th, 2021. No changes can be made after this date.
How does my child know which courses they need to select?
School counselors have provided large group instruction to all 9th, 10th, and 11th grade classes regarding this information. Graduation requirements can also be viewed in the Program of Studies.
How can my child complete or alter their course requests?
They can review these directions to complete the process in PowerSchool. Students are also encouraged to contact their school counselor for help.
How can I see what my student has signed up for?
This information can be viewed on PowerSchool’s Student Portal and Parent Portal by clicking “Class Registration” on the left side of the page. If you do not have access to Student or Parent Portal, please email your school counselor.
What happens if a student doesn’t submit course requests by May 26th?Their courses, including elective courses, will be selected for them. There is no guarantee that these courses will be courses of interest, therefore it is imperative that students complete this process by May 26th, 2021.
Why does my student have to choose 2 alternative electives?
Every effort is made when constructing the master schedule to accommodate all student course requests, however certain scheduling conflicts are unavoidable and therefore students must indicate their second choice electives.
My rising senior doesn’t need 8 classes to graduate, why do they still have to sign up for 8 and 2 alternates?
Qualification for early release/late arrival is dependent on multiple factors, one of which is providing a current pay stub in August. Students should check their email in August for further information.
Is there a cost for an AP or DE class?
There is a cost associated with the end of course AP exam as well as a tuition charge for DE. More information regarding the fee structure for these classes can be found here.
Why was my student not recommended for an Honors, AP, or DE class?Teachers completed course recommendations with the intent of placing students in the best situation to succeed. If you have questions, please contact your student’s school counselor.
What happens if my student fails a class this year?
School counselors will alter course requests to ensure all students are completing required courses for graduation, which may mean repeating a failed course. Students are highly encouraged to participate in the May Term if they are failing any course.