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Time To Re-Register Your Student

Get ready for school by completing your back-to-school forms now!

While school will be online for at least the first quarter, we still need you to re-register your child to give us up-to-date contact information, permissions, and more.

Next week, we’ll publish more detailed information about daily routines for online learning.

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PowerSchool logoBack-to-School Forms:

Back-to-school forms have been posted to PowerSchool (then click “Re-Registration” at left to start the re-registration form for your child). Please fill out one re-registration per child as soon as possible.

A few tips:

  • Note that the PowerSchool web address has changed!
  • PowerSchool may ask you to reset your password.
  • Need login help? Call your school.
  • Los formularios se pueden cambiar al español. ¿Necesitas ayuda en español? Llame al 434-245-2548.
  • Kindergarteners and other new students do not need to be re-registered.


  • The app is great, but it doesn’t work for this purpose. Log in here:
  • If you don’t see “Re-registration:”
    • You may be logged in as your student. You need to log in as an adult. Call your school for help.
    • On your phone, look for a small triangle near the top of the screen — if you click it, a menu will appear.
  • Follow all the formatting models the form offers. For instance, if they say, mm-dd-yyyy, use dashes.
  • Need help? Call your school, 245-2962, or 245-2943.

Free and Reduced Lunch Application

Need a school supply list? Click here.

Looking for teacher assignments or class schedules? They’ll be posted to PowerSchool later  in August.

graphic with logo of CHS yearbook

Yearbook pickup will be 8/6

A message from The Chain yearbook staff:

This just in! Our 2020 yearbooks have arrived and we are SO EXCITED for you to see the finished product!

The yearbook adviser, Ms. Hannah Helm, will be at the front of Charlottesville High School on Thursday, August 6th, from 8 am-4 pm so that you can come and pick up your book!

If you have not purchased your book but you have reserved a copy, please plan to bring the exact amount in cash or a check made out to Charlottesville High School with The Chain written in the memo.

If August 6th does not work with your schedule, please email Ms. Helm at for an alternative to pick up your copy of the book. Please note:  due to social distancing and the circumstances, it may not be possible to get your book right away if August 6th does not work.

COVID-19 Precautions:  During distribution, Ms. Helm will be wearing a mask and will have hand sanitizer available.

We cannot wait to share this project with you! Thank you for your support of our program!

The Chain

members of Girls Excelling in Math team pose with tower they created.

GEM team finishes third in area math competition

members of Girls Excelling in Math team pose with tower they created.Congratulations to our Girls Excelling in Math team (GEM) for their third place finish in the hands-on challenge in the annual competition held each spring at The Village School.

Led by coach Liz Petry, the team had to work together to build the tallest, free-standing tower out of recyclable materials that could hold up to six eggs. In addition to the hands-on challenge, there was a team paper-pencil math challenge and an individual paper-pencil challenge.

Way to go Riley, Cici, Ellie, Alex, Ruby, Noura, callie, Eleanor, and Charlotte!

Title Screen "Greenbrier Moving Up Ceremony

Congratulations fourth graders!

Greenbrier celebrated our fourth graders with the annual 4th Grade Moving Up Ceremony on June 5, 2020.

This year’s virtual ceremony featured members of our fourth grade class that will be moving on to fifth grade as well as congratulatory messages and well-wishes from administrators, teachers and staff.

Congratulations, students!

Screenshot of School Counselor Jacob Epps on tour of building

Hey future Trojans! Check out this school tour and meet the teachers!

We are excited to welcome our new Buford Trojans when schools re-open. For now, get to know your future school by joining Principal Dr. Jesse Turner, Assistant Principal Kevin Anderson, and School Counselor Joshua Epps for a virtual tour made especially for you!

Also, we hope the video below helps you see the many faces of Buford Middle School. We can’t wait to meet you face-to-face. Go Trojans!