Parents, please be sure to collect your child’s instructional packet, and keep those for next school year. This completed work will help our teachers assess areas in which students may need additional remediation. Guidance from the Virginia Department of Education recommends that school divisions not grade work assigned during school closures. Following the guidance from the State, Charlotte County Public Schools will not be grading instructional packets. We are constantly updating our division website with activities provided by our teachers and administrators to help you keep your child academically engaged.
Parents/Guardians, CCPS is providing continuity of learning during the closure of school. Please click on the link below to open the document. All content, K-3, 4-5, Middle School and High School are listed on the tabs at the bottom of the spreadsheet. Once you click on one of these tabs, you will see each grade level and content area. Website names and links are listed as online resources for our students. If you have any issues accessing the form or questions about any websites, please contact:, or 

Continuity of Learning Educational Link

The CCPS Food Service Department wants to keep the children of Charlotte County fed during this extended school closure. CCPS will be providing free meals to all children up to age 18 regardless of income level. Weekly meal packs including 7 breakfasts and 7 lunches will be available for pick up at 10 locations around the county. Additional information on pick-up time and locations will be posted!

To help our staff prepare enough meals for each pick-up location, please complete this short survey.
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Randolph-Henry Senior Class Information
 The purpose of this communication is to provide assurance and information to the Randolph-Henry High School seniors and their families as they work to navigate the current closing of schools and the closure of their senior year. Randolph-Henry High School will be mailing letters home to each senior the week of March 30—April 3 regarding graduation status and other information pertaining to graduation items. Below is some information that seniors and their families may find helpful.

Based on communication from the Virginia Department of Education, seniors who were in good standing prior to March 13 in courses required to graduate will receive waivers for those requirements. We will be communicating individually with any student who may have additional requirements in order to be eligible for these waivers. There are no items that need to be submitted at this time.

With regards to a graduation ceremony, with all schools in Virginia currently being closed through the end of the academic year, there is not currently a clear date for graduation. However, we want to assure all seniors and their families that it is our intent to hold some form of graduation ceremony for the seniors at some point. Once we are given more clarity with regards to when gatherings such as a graduation ceremony will be allowed, we will be communicating a plan for recognizing the seniors.

We do not plan to hold a senior banquet at this time. Students who receive a scholarship will be notified by the organization or one of our counselors. We will recognize students receiving scholarships at graduation. The school will find a way to return any baby pictures that students submitted for the senior PowerPoint.

Graduation Items: Everyone who ordered graduation items through Herff Jones should have already received their items. If your student still needs graduation items, they can still order those online at We also have some items (cap and gown, tassels, announcements) in the main office for sale.

Submission of Scholarships: We want to encourage all seniors to continue to work on scholarships to help fund their post-secondary goals.  The scholarship bulletin is available through this link  Please email Mrs. Kaylei Jones, senior counselor, at for any scholarship-related questions. 


Each scholarship should have information about how to submit it.  Many will have an address to mail it, but some will say to turn it in to Mrs. Jones.  Students can mail scholarships or drop them off during office hours at the main office.  Office hours are currently M/W/F 9:00—1:00. If students need a transcript for a scholarship that is to be submitted to Mrs. Jones, please put a note with the scholarship and she will include it for you.  If you need a copy of your transcript for other scholarships this can be requested at the main office but it helps if you call ahead.  Recommendation letters can be requested of teachers by email.

Senior Bios for Graduation Issue of the Newspaper: Mrs. Jones sent out the information about senior bios through the Senior Remind group on March 25.  You can email your responses to those questions to her at

Join the Senior Remind Group: If you are not a member of the Senior Remind group, you can join by texting @rhclass20 to 81010 or by downloading the Remind App and using the code @rhclass20

College Transition and Financial Aid Information: Seniors needing assistance with college transition, application, or financial aid questions can contact Mrs. Jones or Mr. Ahmad Rudd, College Advisor, at 

Payment of School Debt: If your student still has debt to be paid off prior to graduation, please contact the school to set a time to pay that off.

We hope this helps to answer some of the questions surrounding graduation and end-of-year items for seniors. If you have any further questions, please contact Shep Critzer at 434-542-4111.

Fundraisers/Trips/Refunds information


An alert went out last night saying that the pizzas would be delivered the week of April 13th.  Exact pickup details will be sent out the week of April 6th.  The pizzas are being delivered.

Little Caesars Pizzas will be delivered the week of April 13th.  The exact date and time will be established the week of April 6th and an alert will be sent to only the families that sold. 

Refunds for the canceled Pre-K and 3rd grade field trips at Eureka for families that paid are being mailed home with report cards. 

Eureka yearbooks will still be ordered and those who have paid will receive them. Extras are being ordered for those who did not have an opportunity to order. Orders can also be placed online. 

The Eureka Color Run will be rescheduled for late summer or early fall so all who signed up will be able to participate at that time.  More information will come out over the summer and at the beginning of the school year. 


4th Grade Trip to Jamestown: Parents that have paid will be getting a refund check mailed with the report cards.

Class Pictures/Yearbooks/Individual Pictures:  We will set up a day TBA when these will be distributed from school.

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Dance refunds will be mailed.

Yearbook monies collected- yearbooks will still be ordered and distributed at a later date.



Spanish Trip: All checks have been mailed back to those parents (as of yesterday). Those who paid with cash will need to pick that up from the main office.

Band Trip was conducted through the band boosters therefore refunds would come from them directly.

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