Caroline County Public Schools Supervisor of Transportation to Retire

J.D. Satterwhite, Supervisor of Transportation, will retire in March 2020. Mr. Satterwhite began his career with Caroline County Public Schools in May of 2004. He previously served as a Contract Administrator with VDOT for 23 years. In his 16 years with CCPS, Mr. Satterwhite has implemented electronic routing, improved driver morale,and increased benefits and pay for bus drivers. Mr. Satterwhite has worked closely with the county to ensure that CCPS receives 5 buses a year to keep the fleet updated. He has been responsible for working with Fire and Rescue and the Sheriff’s Department during inclement weather to make sure all students traveled safely to and from school.

When Mr. Satterwhite accepted the job 16 years ago, he told Superintendent Stanley Jones, “ I thought my kids were grown, but I just adopted 4,000 kids”. He would like to thank his drivers and noted that he really enjoyed working with each and every one. Mr. Satterwhite has also enjoyed working with the parents and students of CCPS. He stated, “ It was an absolute joy to serve as the Transportation Supervisor in the county.” Caroline County Public Schools would like to thank Mr. Satterwhite for his service and wish him a joyous and restful retirement.

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National School Counseling Week – CHS School Counselors

As we honor National School Counseling Week, today we would like to recognize the Caroline High School Counselors for their years of experience and providing lessons for life to the students of Caroline County Public Schools.

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Mallory McMullin -6 years of service
Ryan Schuyler- 7 years of service
Melicer Jones – 5 years of service
Debbie Huntsinger – 22 years of service

Statewide Flu Concerns

CCPS is monitoring the statewide flu concerns and is taking a number of precautions to maintain a healthy and safe environment for our students and staff. We encourage students to wash hands, avoid touching your eyes, nose, or mouth, and stay home if you are sick. Our staff regularly cleans and disinfects surfaces in the schools such as water fountains, door handles, furniture, and restrooms. Classrooms are treated with a deep clean machine to be proactive during this time of year. Additionally, CCPS is also monitoring daily attendance and has not identified any trends similar to some of our neighboring school divisions. Thanks for your support in keeping our school community healthy!

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National School Counseling Week – CMS School Counselors

As we honor National School Counseling Week, today we would like to recognize the Caroline Middle School Counselors for their years of experience and providing lessons for life to the students of Caroline County Public Schools.

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Ms. Christine Hayek(left) – 8th grade (14 years of service), Ms. Daijah Wilson(middle) – 7th grade (First year of service), Mrs. Kirstin Hughes(right) – 6th grade (2nd year as counselor, 10 years of teaching)

National School Counseling Week – LCES School Counselors

As we honor National School Counseling Week, today we would like to recognize the Lewis and Clark Elementary School Counselors for their years of experience and providing lessons for life to the students of Caroline County Public Schools.

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Melissa Horton – 17 Years of Experience(left) Andrea Williamson – 11 Years of Experience (right)

National School Counseling Week – BGE School Counselors

As we honor National School Counseling Week, today we would like to recognize the Bowling Green Elementary School Counselors for their years of experience and providing lessons for life to the students of Caroline County Public Schools.

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Jaime Mathews – 6 years of experience (left). Lauren Moring – 2 years of experience (right)