Time To Re-Register Your Student

Please help us by completing your back-to-school forms now! Help us help you! To give our partners in Pupil Transportation the best chance to serve as many students as possible, we ask you to complete the forms by June 15! Back-to-School Forms: Back-to-school forms have been posted to PowerSchool (select the child you want to update … Continue reading Time To Re-Register Your Student

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July 8 2021 Updates for Families: Virtual Learning Applications and More

This is a reminder about applying for virtual learning in the fall and re-registering each of your returning students to help us prepare for the bus challenges we will face. Virtual Learning Applications As you know, we are offering in-person instruction 5 days/week this fall, which is the option most families prefer and what the … Continue reading July 8 2021 Updates for Families: Virtual Learning Applications and More

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Return to Learn Plan for 2020-21 Archive

Revised July 28, 2021 THIS PAGE IS PRIMARILY AN ARCHIVE OF INFORMATION FOR THE 2020-21 SCHOOL YEAR. SEE charlottesvilleschools.org/returntolearn FOR CURRENT INFORMATION. Thanks to so many our of our families for completing this spring’s virtual learning interest survey. The vast majority of families indicated that they prefer 5 days/week in-person learning, an option required by … Continue reading Return to Learn Plan for 2020-21 Archive

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Information and Agreement for In-Person Instruction

Please review our safety routines for in-person instruction for the 2021-22 school year (see below). An agreement to follow the schools’ COVID safety protocols is part of each student’s registration or re-registration form. Safety practices are subject to change according to guidance from groups like the CDC or according to new best practices. If you … Continue reading Information and Agreement for In-Person Instruction

Health Texts Under Consideration

Charlottesville City Schools invites you to review textbooks under consideration for Health in grades 5-12. The resources may be viewed online March 4-31. Please email brantlj1@charlottesvilleschools.org to access. In addition, the School Health Advisory Board is reviewing the division’s Wellness Policy. If you have suggestions for the committee, please email brantlj1@charlottesvilleschools.org. Feedback will be reviewed at their … Continue reading Health Texts Under Consideration

Canvas — Pairing Codes and More

Charlottesville City Schools uses Canvas, a widely used online “learning management system,” an interactive classroom web site. This page has links and information to help you  get started.     How Students can Generate a Pairing Code   Creating a Parent Account Instructions for parent sign-up with Canvas and how to generate Student Pairing Codes Instrucciones … Continue reading Canvas — Pairing Codes and More

December 2020 News and Highlights

A Message from the Superintendent Dear Staff and Families: At Thursday night’s Board meeting, during the discussion of plans for offering in-person instruction, several revised plans and timelines were discussed. These new plans address both the rising COVID numbers in our area and feedback from the Board and community that they would like to maintain … Continue reading December 2020 News and Highlights

Covid-19 Advisory Committee Updates

October 28, 2020 Update about the Decision-Making Process Dear families and staff– This is an update about the decision-making process for an in-person learning option in Charlottesville City Schools. Briefly, the model under consideration would give families a choice for their children to either continue learning online-only or return to in-person instruction for either four … Continue reading Covid-19 Advisory Committee Updates

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May 2020 News & Highlights

  A Word from Superintendent Dr. Rosa Atkins  Dear staff, family, and community: It’s official — Charlottesville High School’s “Victory Lap” was triumphant! The drive-through graduation event featured several CHS-related selfie stations (including a mural painted by CHS teacher Nathan Alexander) and a Black Knights spirit station. And it concluded with the graduates walking across the stage … Continue reading May 2020 News & Highlights