CCPS Fall Parent Survey

Mustang Families,

In preparation for 2nd quarter Return to Learn planning, CCPS is gathering survey data needed to determine the feasibility of a hybrid or modified full in-person return (virtual option will remain). The survey results will serve as one of many metrics used in determining our Return to Learn recommendation to the School Board on Monday, September 28.

Thank you for completing one survey per student no later than Monday, September 21. Here is the link to the survey…

CCPS Fall Parent Survey

CCPS Return To Learn Site

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

CCPS COVID-19 Information

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

MES recognizes Suicide Prevention Month

MES recognizes September as Suicide Prevention Month

At Madison Elementary School, we would like to remind you that where there’s help, there’s hope. 

According to the Virginia Department of Health and the Virginia Department of Education: Depression causes problems for your child, family, school and community. But with the right treatment, you could see dramatic improvement in your child’s life in just a very short time. As a parent, you play a crucial role in the early recognition and referral of your child who may be depressed, as well as with treatment. Knowing what to look for and what to do could mean the difference between life and death for your own child or one who is close to you. (2005) 

If your child is experiencing symptoms of depression or making statements regarding self-harm, please reach out to your primary care physician, school counselor, or other community mental health professional.  You may also contact the Suicide Help Line at 1-800-273-TALK (273-8255).  This line is open for adults, teens, and children.  For more information on the signs and treatment options for depression, visit  http://www.vdh.virginia.gov/content/uploads/sites/53/2016/11/Every-Parent.pdf  or http://www.preventsuicideva.org/