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Superintendent appointed to Governor’s Commission on African American History Education

Charlottesville Schools Superintendent Dr. Rosa Atkins will serve on Virginia Governor Ralph Northam’s new commission to review Virginia’s history standards and instructional practices, content, and resources currently used to teach African American history in the Commonwealth. “Virginia is the birthplace of our country, and it is so fitting that our Commonwealth would lead the way … Continue reading Superintendent appointed to Governor’s Commission on African American History Education

Charlottesville City School History: A Timeline

Charlottesville City School History: A Timeline With appreciation to Ann Wicks Carter, who initially developed this timeline for the 50th anniversary of the Venable and Lane desegregation in 2009. 1954: Supreme Court rules in Brown v. Board of Education that racial segregation of children in public schools is unconstitutional. 1955: Families of black students in Charlottesville … Continue reading Charlottesville City School History: A Timeline

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Return to Learn Plan — Approved Option for In-Person Learning

Revised February 24, 2021 This page is designed to help you know our current thinking and preparations for  returning to in-person learning for some students at Charlottesville City Schools. Top Tools for Families Returning to In-Person Instruction on March 8: Enlaces para información en español: Formulario de acuerdo y normas de seguridad  |  Evaluador de Salud … Continue reading Return to Learn Plan — Approved Option for In-Person Learning

Coronavirus Archived Page

This page contains the original coronavirus content focused on information that families needed to know when schools were open (prior to March 16). Visit charlottesvilleschoolsorg.coronavirus for more recent information related to school closures. Updated: March 13, 2020 Charlottesville City Schools is working with the regional and state health department to monitor and make plans for … Continue reading Coronavirus Archived Page