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If you currently use HughesNet for an internet provider, please contact HughesNet support to discuss issues with connectivity specific to Chromebooks. CCPS has discussed this issue with HughesNet, and we have been informed that there is a setting within their system that needs to be adjusted.


All teachers have created a "Welcome Video" for their students. Please click on the school link below and then click the Welcome Video Link. The teachers videos are listed alphabetically within the folder.
Bacon District:  http://bdes.ccpsk12.org/
Central Middle:  http://cms.ccpsk12.org/
Eureka:  http://ees.ccpsk12.org/
Phenix:  http://pes.ccpsk12.org/
Randolph-Henry:  http://rhhs.ccpsk12.org/

2019-2020 Private School Parent and Student Perspective Survey

As part of the new private school progress monitoring requirements, the Virginia Department of Education (VDOE) was charged with developing a survey to obtain information from parents of students with disabilities served in private schools for students with disabilities, as well as a survey to obtain information from the students’ perspective.

The online surveys are currently opened and will be available for completion at the following links until October 30, 2020:

Parent Survey ----- Private School Survey for Parent

Student Survey ---- Private School Perspective Survey for Student

If you need support starting August 10th, please call 434-542-9563. We will have after-hours assistance Monday-Thursday 3pm-8pm. 

CCPS Releases School Reopening Plans

Tdap Vaccine for rising 7th graders

Since the start of the 2006-2007 school year, a booster dose of Tdap has been a requirement for students entering the sixth grade. The law recently changed and it is now required for students entering the 7th grade.  It is no longer required for those entering the 6th grade. 

There are only TWO exceptions to the rule; Religious Exemption and Medical Exemption, both of which require documentation from a physician and/or Notary, otherwise the student MUST HAVE the vaccine PRIOR to entering the 7th grade.

There is no grace period for compliance with this requirement because Tdap is a single-dose vaccine, not a series, this means the shot MUST be done BEFORE your child enters school in August.    Please check with your child’s doctor to see if he/she has had the vaccine and if not, please have it done PRIOR to starting school on August 10th.

PLEASE NOTE:  If your child has not had the vaccine prior to school starting in August, by VIRGINIA STATE LAW, we MUST exclude your child from school.   We will do a check of records the first day of school and if your child is found to be missing the vaccine, he/she will NOT be allowed to return to school until a vaccine is done and documentation is provided.

Again, please check with your child’s doctor or your local health department to arrange for the vaccination or for questions or concerns.

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Vaccinations are available at your health care provider or at the Charlotte County Health Department.  The health department conducts vaccination clinics every Monday from 8:30 – 11:00 am by appointment only.  Tdap vaccinations will also be available at the health department from 8:30 – 3:30 pm on August 6, 2020 by appointment.  The health department can be reached at 434-542-5251 to set up an appointment.  Parents may call Central Middle School at 434-542-4536 if you have questions.

This is a reminder that the wireless hot spots are set up at each elementary school, middle school, high school, and at the School Board Office parking lots. The network is open twenty-four hours, seven days a week and is intended for students and the community to use until further notice. 

Charlotte County Public Schools today announced it is participating in the Pandemic Electronic Benefit Transfer (P-EBT) program as part of a food assistance plan approved by the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA), Food and Nutrition Service (FNS) that is being implemented statewide by the Virginia Department of Social Services (VDSS) and the Virginia Department of Education (VDOE).

The VDSS will issue P-EBT benefits to current Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) households and to non-SNAP households, which include children eligible for free and reduced-price school meals, through Virginia’s SNAP EBT card system. The VDSS, in conjunction with the VDOE and local school divisions, will identify eligible children in both SNAP and non-SNAP households. Households do not have to apply for P-EBT. If a student was eligible to receive free or reduced-price meals at school before the school closure, the student will be included in the file of eligible students provided to VDSS.

The purpose of the P-EBT food purchasing assistance benefit is to supplement existing food assistance and nutrition programs for low-income households during the pandemic. It does not replace meals provided through the school feeding program operating during unexpected closures or the summer meal program that will begin when the school year is over. Students and families who receive P-EBT should also continue to participate in other food assistance programs, such as meals provided by the school division and the summer meal program.
** Please click on the link for the PEBT-FAQ.
PEBT-FAQ-households and recipients
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