Time Clock Plus

Charlottesville City Schools uses TimeClock Plus for clocking in, managing leave, and more. Click below to log in, or read further to find instructions.   For All Contract Employees For Salary Non-Exempt Employees & Hourly Work For Editors/Managers

Scholastic Records

Scholastic Records Charlottesville City Schools maintains a confidential educational record for each student who is enrolled in the school division. Schools collect, store and destroy official academic and school-related health information in accordance with the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) and Guidelines for the Management of the Student’s Scholastic Record in Virginia Public … Continue reading Scholastic Records

PPRA

Protection of Pupil Rights Amendment (PPRA) The PPRA allows parents and students who are 18 years old or emancipated minors (eligible students) certain rights regarding conducting surveys, the collection and use of information for marketing purposes, and certain physical exams by Charlottesville City Schools. To see Charlottesville City Schools’ policy about surveys, see Policy JOB. … Continue reading PPRA

Martin Luther King Performing Arts Center

Martin Luther King Jr. Performing Arts Center Operated continuously since 1984, the Martin Luther King, Jr. Performing Arts Center (MLK PAC) is Charlottesville’s premier theater for performances and community events. The 1276-seat theater is owned and operated by the Charlottesville City School Division. The Center serves as a venue for student performances, educational activities, commercial … Continue reading Martin Luther King Performing Arts Center

Volunteering

Volunteering for Charlottesville City Schools Opportunities for Parents, Community Members, and Students Volunteering is an important way to support our schools.  We rely on volunteers as extra classroom hands, reading buddies, conversational partners for students learning English, and more. Parents and Community Members Parent involvement and community support are vital to the well-being of our … Continue reading Volunteering

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Lugo-McGinness Academy

Lugo-McGinness Academy Lugo-McGinness Academy is a small, non-traditional academy that serves Charlottesville City Schools students in grades 8-12. Students may self-select or be referred for admission to the program. More about Lugo-McGinness Students attending the academy are offered personalized learning through blended and face-to-face instruction, small class size, field trips, Student Leadership Council, recreational basketball, … Continue reading Lugo-McGinness Academy

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Alternative Education Programs and Learning Centers

Alternative Educational Programs and Learning Centers Charlottesville City Schools offer a number of alternative and nontraditional learning programs for students of all ages and circumstances. CATEC (Charlottesville-Albemarle Technical Education Center): A nearby campus  providing career and technical education for high schoolers and adults, jointly owned and operated by Charlottesville City and Albemarle County Career and … Continue reading Alternative Education Programs and Learning Centers