Immunizations by Grade Effective July 1st, 2021 Pre-K At least 1st dose: DTaP Polio HepA HepB MMR Varicella Hib Pneumococcal Rotavirus K Dtap x 4 (one dose after 4 yo) Polio x 4 (one dose after 4 yo) HepA x 2 HepB x 3 MMR x 2 Varicella x2 7th Tdap booster HPV x 2 (boys and girls) MenACWY 12th Men ACWY

New Required Immunizations for Kindergarten, 7th, and 12th Grade

Virginia has put into place several new immunization requirements for students entering kindergarten, 7th grade, and 12th grade this fall. Unless otherwise noted, documentation of these vaccinations needs to be turned into the school nurse for attendance in the fall. For rising 12th graders: Now required: Second dose of meningococcal meningitis vaccination (MenACWY) For rising … Continue reading New Required Immunizations for Kindergarten, 7th, and 12th Grade

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Charlottesville City Schools Announces Two Key Hires

Rodney Jordan to Serve as Principal of Buford Middle School; Jason Lee Becomes Supervisor of Facilities, Safety, and Operations Charlottesville City Schools announces the filling of two key positions, both effective July 1. Rodney Jordan will become principal of Buford Middle School and Jason Lee will serve as Supervisor of Facilities, Safety, and Operations, with … Continue reading Charlottesville City Schools Announces Two Key Hires

Summer 2021: Inspire others to save energy & water

Charlottesville City Schools and the City’s Energy and Water Management Team are working together to reduce the energy and water footprint of all City schools. In 2019, the School Board approved an Energy and Water Performance resolution, showing a commitment to achieving and maintaining high performing school facilities. Continuing on past efforts, the City’s maintenance and … Continue reading Summer 2021: Inspire others to save energy & water

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October 2020 News and Highlights

Superintendent’s Message Dear families and staff — Thanks for your continued partnership in online learning. As I mentioned earlier, I’m so proud of our teachers for rising to this occasion, and I’m so proud of our students for engaging so meaningfully. We know it’s not perfect, but we are continuing to modify how we offer … Continue reading October 2020 News and Highlights