On Friday, March 10th, Charlotte County Public Schools held their first Teacher Mentorship Program Luncheon. Mentors and mentees attended along with their principals, assistant principals, and central office staff. The mentees spoke about the great work of their mentors as they were called up to receive their certificates. We look forward to building our Teacher Mentorship Program and assisting all newly hired teachers with the best support.

Joy-Den Wilson, from Central Middle School, was the winner of the 49th annual Richmond Times-Dispatch Spelling Bee held on March 9, 2023.  There were 23 spellers in the bee.  The bee lasted 3 hours and 150 words were called.  She will now represent Charlotte County Public Schools at the National Bee to be held June 1st in Washington DC.  The entire article from the Richmond Times Dispatch can be read here . 

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Randolph-Henry High School Earns Jostens National Yearbook Design Recognition

Yearbook 2023

The Log 2022 yearbook featured in Jostens Look Book 2023

Charlotte Court House – March 2023 – Randolph-Henry High School’s yearbook, The Log 2022 has been recognized for excellence and featured in the Jostens Look Book 2023, celebrating the best-of-the-best in yearbook design and inclusivity. The Jostens Look Book is a collection of outstanding yearbooks and their creative themes, cool covers, beautiful designs, relevant coverage of school events, meaningful storytelling, and stunning photography. Along with design excellence, the annually published Look Book honors the work of the students who create the yearbook over the course of 6-12 months. Through it, they chronicle the experiences, stories, and achievements most relevant to students and that academic year.

The Log 2022 was created by Tyler Mason, co-editor, LeeAnne Stembridge, co-editor, Sydney Mason, photo editor, Delaney Jones, business manager, and staff; Sierra Lacks, Kathryn Hamilton, Samantha Donaldson, Emilee Robinette, Kurtis Vogel, Durron Mosley, Lacey Steppe, Litzy Perez-Cruz, Jasmine Gullixon, Amanda Ashley, Jaliyah Boyd, Shykera Wilson, Raven Carrion, Anna Taylor, Carley Covington, Hanna Lane, Michelle McMahon, and Jenna-Rose Patrick under the direction of Alyson G. Napier, Randolph-Henry High School yearbook adviser.

“It is an honor to receive this award for the third year in a row. I am so proud to have worked with such a dedicated and innovative staff,” said Napier.

The Randolph-Henry yearbook was one of only 479 yearbooks selected from nearly one thousand yearbooks submitted. The 2023 panel of judges, comprised of nationally recognized scholastic journalism professionals and award-winning yearbook advisers, selected the best examples of yearbook spreads and covers to make up the 320-page Look Book 2023.

“The Jostens Look Book showcases the hard work and dedication of students who tell the story of the school year through photos and words. It is their collaboration and communication, as well as creative thinking in challenging situations, that results in the fine designs shown in this book,” said Kristen Scott, Yearbook Marketing Manager at Jostens. “We are very proud to celebrate the ability of this country’s future leaders and communicators by showcasing their sophisticated designs and photography.”

Alyson Napier and her yearbook staff received a copy of the Jostens Look Book 2023 with a plaque and banner from Jostens to recognize their outstanding achievement.

 Pictured (left to right), First row: Madison Travis, Samantha Donaldson, Austin Lytle, Delaney Jones; Second row: Sierra Lacks, Kathryn Hamilton

CCPS Innovative Teacher of the Month

January 2023

Bacon District

Principal: William Pettus

Teacher:  Kate Davis

Mrs Davis, the Innovative Teacher Award winner for January, is an experienced Math teacher who has returned to college to continue to develop her skills as an educator. Her passion for her students is evident in every lesson that she teaches and every activity that she employs in her classroom. Mrs. Davis is always seeking new and innovative ways to impact her students' learning. Her use of manipulatives, group activities, and digital tools are always designed to engage her students in actively learning Math skills for life. Students are excited to work with Mrs. Davis and she never fails to challenge them to grow and to be the best that they can be. Mrs Davis is just a little competitive and her scores are typically some of the best in the district each year regardless of the subject or the grade level.

Central Middle School

Principal:  Jessica Pillow

Teachers: Mr. Eddie Pyle, Mrs. Christina Barmoy, and Mr. Jeff Williams

Congratulations to the Central Middle School PE Department, Mr. Pyle, Mrs. Barmoy and Mr. Williams! 

In August, we began a division wide initiative to focus on writing across all curriculum areas. The PE department began weekly essay requirements for all students. The students are given a topic each week. Students work for the first fifteen minutes of class on this essay throughout the week, as well as at home. The essays are submitted at the end of the week and graded on basic writing skills such as topic, sentence structure, and punctuation use. Through activities such as this our students are becoming better writers everyday. 

Eureka Elementary

Principal: Brian Hamilton

Teacher: Carmen Tucker 

The recipient of the Eureka Innovative Teacher Award for January is Mrs. Carmen Tucker.  Mrs. Tucker attended a Multi-Sensory Literacy Instruction Training (Orton-Gillingham - OG) in June of 2022. After her experience in the training and having had time to reflect upon what she had learned, Mrs. Tucker requested permission to implement what she had learned in her classroom.  She had to get approval because the sequencing for OG was different than what the kindergarten reading series had in place. Upon receiving approval to pilot the OG instruction in Kindergarten for the 2022-23 school year, Mrs. Tucker hit the ground running. She started planning to implement OG and gathered all of the materials and resources she would need.  Mrs. Tucker has seen the benefits of using the Multisensory Literacy Instruction offered by OG.  Her students are sounding out and spelling words, reading short books, and demonstrating a mastery of letters and letter sounds. Mrs. Tucker's desire to implement OG within her classroom this year is truly innovative and a perfect example of incorporating learning from professional development opportunities into instructional practice. In addition, Mrs. Tucker has experience with OG now and can help to provide supports, encouragement, and advice to other teachers who are signed up to go through the Orton-Gillingham Multi-Sensory Training this May. Please join me in congratulating Mrs. Tucker on being the Eureka Innovative Teacher for the month of January!

Phenix Elementary

Principal:  Danny Richardson

Teacher: Jill Brinkley

Phenix Elementary School would like to recognize Jill Brinkley as the January Innovative Teacher of the Month! Ms. Brinkley, the reading specialist at Phenix Elementary,  is always working towards her primary goal of making  students readers!  To that end she is always taking part in instructional trainings to be the best educator she can be.  She is the school lead in the implementation of Orton Gillingham and is always there to provide whatever help she can to the staff and students. She is the LETRS facilitator and Dyslexia Advisor for Charlotte County Public Schools. Her strong work ethic and willingness to learn are what make her such a valued asset to our school!

Randolph-Henry High School

Principal:  Erin Davis

Teacher: Sheena Allen

Randolph-Henry High School would like to recognize Sheena Allen as the January recipient of the Innovative Teacher Award. Mrs. Allen teaches Business Law, Accounting, as well as Economics and Personal Finance. Mrs. Allen is a highly innovative teacher. On November 30, 2022, she and her Business Law students hosted a mock trial in the RHHS library which was the culmination of several in class practices. Mrs. Allen served as the judge for the trial while other students assumed roles such as witnesses and attorneys. This was a fun and interactive experience for everyone involved as they worked to better understand legal terminology and processes. Mrs. Allen also engages with her students as a sponsor of the FBLA (Future Business Leaders of America). This club participates in a variety of field trips and fundraisers throughout the year to teach students about important concepts as they relate to the business world. In economics and personal finance, her students complete a project where they work in groups to plan and execute the sale of a product. This miniature economy helps students understand concepts such as supply/demand, competitive pricing, and advertisements. We commend Mrs. Allen for all of the real-world opportunities that she provides to students. 


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Below is information about the Federal Communication Commission’s (FCC’s) Affordable Connectivity Program (ACP). This program provides support for households with their internet costs. You are likely eligible if your household’s income is below 200% of the Federal Poverty Line, or if you or someone you live with currently receives a government benefit like SNAP, Medicaid, SSI, WIC, Pell Grant, or Free and Reduced-Price Lunch.
To determine your eligibility select the link below:

The FCC’s Affordable Connectivity Program (ACP) allows qualifying households to reduce their internet costs by up to $30/month ($75/month on Tribal lands). is a simple, easy-to-use website with details on how households can sign up for ACP and find participating providers in their area. Several companies additionally committed to offer ACP-eligible families at least one high-speed plan for $30/month or less, with no additional fees and no data caps. This means that if households apply their ACP benefit to one of these plans, they would have no out-of-pocket cost for internet.

Eligibility status questions should be directed to Ms. Christine Powell at 434-542-5151 or at [email protected].

Below are after-school remediation programming dates for the 2022-2023 school year.

September: 6, 8, 13, 15, 20, 22, 27, 29 

October: 4, 6, 11, 13, 18, 20, 25, 27 

November: 1, 3, 8, 10, 15, 17, 22, 29

December: 1, 6, 8 

January: 10, 12, 17, 19, 24, 26, 31

February: 2, 7, 9, 14, 16, 21, 23, 28

March: 2, 7, 9, 14, 16, 21, 23, 28, 30

April: 4, 6, 18, 20, 25, 27 

May: 2, 4, 9, 11

  Please click here for Remediation Bus Routes       


This is a reminder that the wireless hot spots are set up at each elementary 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. 

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