Five areas of concentration for Charlottesville Tiered Systems of Supports: 1) Attendance, 2) Behavior, 3) Math, 4) Literacy, 5) Mental Wellness

Virginia Tiered Systems of Supports (VTSS) / Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports (PBIS)

Virginia Tiered Systems and Supports (VTSS) and Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports (PBIS) At Charlottesville City Schools, we’re committed to helping all our students succeed.  This happens in a positive school culture where students are supported according to their needs. Primary Areas of Support For students in need, we offer supports in five main areas: Attendance … Continue reading Virginia Tiered Systems of Supports (VTSS) / Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports (PBIS)

Acceptable Use of Technology Agreement (AUP)

Charlottesville City Schools Acceptable Technology Use Agreement (AUP) Charlottesville City Schools (CCS) recognizes that technology enhances learning opportunities. CCS provides technology resources for educational purposes. Use of CCS technology resources, including the CCS network and access to the Internet, is a privilege, not a right. Inappropriate use may result in immediate termination or suspension of … Continue reading Acceptable Use of Technology Agreement (AUP)

Volunteer distributes bags of items at Response to Essential Needs event.

Response to Essential Needs (R.E.N.) Drive-Through provides support to those in need

CCS Student & Family Engagement, in partnership with United Way of Greater Charlottesville and the Chris Long Foundation, hosted a second REN (Response to Essential Needs) Extravaganza on Saturday, December 12, 2020 for the Charlottesville community. Staff and volunteers were on hand to distribute free and essential needs items such as clothing, hygiene products, activity … Continue reading Response to Essential Needs (R.E.N.) Drive-Through provides support to those in need

Black History Month decorations at Clark Elementary

Celebrating Black History Month (all year long!) February 2019

Division-wide, many events and activities were planned to celebrate Black History Month ranging from classroom decorations to special morning announcements to Soul Feasts and assemblies.  At Johnson Elementary School, second grade students created a backdrop for a Kehinde Wiley-inspired photobooth for African American Heritage Night. Thanks to our talented second graders for creating the backdrop and … Continue reading Celebrating Black History Month (all year long!) February 2019

Students brainstorming with teacher during participatory budgeting exercise.

Participatory Budgeting program concludes with $6,000 award

To conclude a semester-long participatory budgeting project, sixth grade students at Walker Upper Elementary School  hosted a showcase Wednesday, January 16, 2019 . to present a variety of student proposals for school improvements. Visitors, along with students and school staff, voted for their favorite project, and the winning proposal was awarded a $6000 donation to … Continue reading Participatory Budgeting program concludes with $6,000 award

Sigma Lab at CHS

Follow along as City and Schools discuss Walker/Buford Redesign

  Sign Up for Our Newsletter! Stay tuned as this process unfolds. Sign up for our periodic newsletter.   Upcoming Key Dates School Board Sept. 23 – Information Item. Register here Oct. 7 – Action Item City Council Oct. 4 – Information Item Oct. 18 – Action Item School Board and City Council Find Common Ground … Continue reading Follow along as City and Schools discuss Walker/Buford Redesign