Girl’s Basketball team takes on Culpeper middle school

The Girl’s Basketball team will take on the Lady Cougars of Culpeper middle school on Wednesday, October 31st at Culpeper middle school. Come out and support the team as they look to go 12-1. The game will start at 4:30 p.m. at Culpeper middle school. If you have any questions about the game, please contact the basketball coach, Mr. Harry Mosby,

Bowling Green Art Festival, Saturday November 3rd

This Saturday, November 3, 2012 there will be an Art Festival from 9 am – 3 pm, in the Bowling Green Town Hall.  There is no charge for the event.  The festival will feature selected works by students of Caroline middle and high school, Lewis & Clark, Madison, and Bowling Green elementary schools. Students artwork will be judged for 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place and the winners will receive ribbons. There will be an  Adult Art Show and sale going on in the Town Hall. This event has even been expanded into the Baptist Church! There will also be a sponsored sidewalk chalk drawing down Courthouse Lane during the event.  Come on out to see some fantastic student artwork! If you have any questions about this exciting event, please contact Ms. Natalie Granaas, CMS art teacher,

FFA Fresh Fruit Fundraiser!!!

Please support the FFA as they sell fresh fruit in their fundraiser. Items that are being sold include boxes of apples, oranges, pears, tangelos, grapefruit, or any assortment of these fruits. You can purchase a small box (includes 32-40 items) or a large box (32-50 items). The delivery date of these items will be December 10th. If you have any questions about ordering fruit or prices of the fruit items, please contact Mr. Michael Carter, sponsor,

Caroline County Public Schools Closing Information

School Delays and Closing Information

Decisions for canceling school, closing early or a delayed opening are based on many factors.  The safety and welfare of students are always the first priority for any decision. Inclement weather decisions are made based on weather reports, road conditions, and reports from VDOT, the sheriff’s department and surrounding school divisions. It is our goal to make school delay and closing decisions prior to 5:30 a.m.; however, weather conditions may change quickly requiring a change in status with little notice.  Once the decision is made an AlertNow call for all parents and guardians goes out.   The information is relayed to designated radio and television stations, and posted on the division’s website.  Parents and guardians may sign up for email or text alerts through School’s Out or Caroline Alert.

School delays and closings will be sent to the media listed below:


TV stations

  • WTVR – Channel 6
  • WRIC – Channel 8
  • WWBT – Channel 12

Radio stations

  • WCVE-FM 88.9
  • WFLS-FM 93.3
  • WKHK-FM 95.3
  • WGRQ-FM 95.9
  • WKLR-FM 96.5
  • WWUZ-FM 96.9
  • WYSK-FM 99.3
  • WWNT-FM 100.9
  • WDY-FM 101.1
  • WFVA-FM 101.5
  • WMXB-FM 103.7
  • WGRX-FM 104.5
  • WRAR-FM 105.5

For parents whose students drive to school: Please consider the safety of your child when making a decision to let them drive or ride the bus during hazardous road conditions.  Due to their inexperience, many students do not know how to drive in inclement weather conditions. Our bus drivers are experienced drivers and they have a good safety record.  Parents are encouraged to consider having their student ride the bus when schools operate on a delayed opening.

Family and Consumer Science at CMS!

Seventh grade students in Family and Consumer Science made their own laundry detergent. The class plans to use the detergent when washing clothes while studying about clothing maintenance. The students also used homemade dish detergent.  The recipe was sent in by one of the FACS parents. Mrs. Denise Ewing-Williams teaches this course which focuses on teaching and reinforcing independent living skills for students.