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Day of Play for staff, students, and families promotes fun, fitness, and play

Charlottesville City Schools held its first ever division-wide Day of Play for city schools staff, students, and their families on December 5. To encourage families and friends getting together for fun, fitness, and play, participants could choose from a variety of options including dance classes, arts and crafts, fitness, cooking, skateboarding, yoga and mindfulness, and more. Thanks … Continue reading Day of Play for staff, students, and families promotes fun, fitness, and play

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2021-22 Meals

Breakfast and lunch will be free for all students during the 2021–22 year. Even so, we encourage families to apply for free/reduced meals, especially if they are new to Charlottesville City Schools. Charlottesville City Schools strives to serve fresh, healthy, and tasty meals for breakfast and lunch. When possible, we purchase local food and cook from scratch to minimize salt, sugar, and fat. … Continue reading 2021-22 Meals

“Concert for Charlottesville” Video Earns National Awards

 A music video collaboration by musicians from Charlottesville High School and Metro Nashville public schools has earned 2018 Advocacy in Action Awards from the music education non-profit organization, Music for All. The musical remake of Bebe and CeCe Winans’ song, “Right Now (We Need One Another),” was recorded by Charlottesville High School and Metro … Continue reading “Concert for Charlottesville” Video Earns National Awards

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BME staff “Stepping Out” in neighborhoods near you!

The Burnley-Moran staff is coming to your neighborhood to say “Hi!” Come out to these locations on Friday, August 17, 2018 to meet the bus and staff. Hope to see you there! Stepping Out Schedule for August 17, 2018: 1:10-1:25 Meet and Greet at Westhaven 1:35-1:50 Meet and Greet at First Baptist Church 1:55-2:10 Meet … Continue reading BME staff “Stepping Out” in neighborhoods near you!

Follow along as City and Schools discuss Walker/Buford Redesign

Brief Summary Charlottesville City Council and the School Board have unanimously approved moving forward with the design process for a $75 reconfiguration plan that would renovate Buford Middle School to serve the City’s 6th- through 8th-graders and would also complete an light, initial renovation of Walker Upper Elementary School  as the first steps toward creating … Continue reading Follow along as City and Schools discuss Walker/Buford Redesign

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CHS earns triple gold in 2019 Advocacy in Action Awards

The Charlottesville High School music program is a triple-gold winner in the 2019 Music for All Advocacy in Action Awards for its 2018 music collaboration with students from Metro Nashville Public Schools. Recognized for excellence in three categories, Community Service Project, Community Engagement, and Community Event, members of the CHS Orchestra and CHS Choir joined … Continue reading CHS earns triple gold in 2019 Advocacy in Action Awards

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News and Highlights December 2018

A Word from Superintendent Dr. Rosa Atkins and the Charlottesville School Board    Dear community members— Thanks to so many of you who have shared your voice and time with us during our conversations about equity at Charlottesville City Schools. At our second forum this past week, we reflected back some of the action items … Continue reading News and Highlights December 2018