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The Say Something app allows students to anonymously report safety concerns to help someone who may hurt themselves or others. Here's a link to learn more about the Say Something app: https://bit.ly/2ZLWxho
We will be administering the PreACT to all tenth grade students on Wednesday, November 1 at 8:00 AM. Students should bring a calculator to the testing room. Locations will be emailed to students.
Click here for 2023-24 bus routes. The route stops and times are separated into different tabs by morning and afternoon.
You can "search" the document for your address or nearest stop. Google maps could be a useful tool.
CCS is now using the "Here Comes the Bus" app - directions found here.
We encourage everyone to sign up for Remind for the Bus Route. Our sign up codes are here.
2023-24 Parking Pass Application
Students and Families:
Click Here for Parking Pass Application. The link will not go live until Monday, July 31st. Students will only apply on July 31st. Payment will not be made until applications are approved. Approvals will be sent by email. Payment will be via SchoolCash. Parking fees will not appear in SchoolCash until an application is approved.
**Parking Passes from previous school years are not valid this upcoming year.**
Seniors may apply July 31st at 8:00am
Juniors may apply August 1st at 8:00am
Email Adam Lutterloh at firstname.lastname@example.org with questions.
Calling All Alumni! Check Out the First Edition of our Alumni Newsletter!
9-Weeks Grading for High Schools
High Schools will transition to 9-weeks grading periods beginning with the 2023-2024 school year. In shifting to nine-weeks grading periods, the additional instructional days per grading period provide an opportunity for students and families to receive increasingly authentic feedback in sufficient time to benefit from intervention, remediation, or acceleration.
New Dismissal Policy
Beginning with the start of the second semester, students will no longer be dismissed after 2:45pm. This will also include phone calls to have your students called out of class. We want to ensure that your student receives the maximum instruction time. As a note, this is a practice in many of Chatham County Schools already.
Attention parents and community stateholders,
I hope the school year has started successfully for all of you. I am writing this letter to let you know that our school, like many other schools across the district and state, has been designated as a Targeted Support & Improvement Additional Targeted Support (TSI-AT). TSI-AT schools in North Carolina are those that may be achieving at high levels as a school, but have two subgroups that are under-performing - Students with Disabilities and English Language Learners. The intent of this opportunity is to improve educational outcomes for all students, close achievement gaps, increase equity, and improve the quality of instruction for all students.
You can find the areas of focus, and the outline of our school improvement plan linked below. This letter will be emailed to all families on Sunday, December 3rd.
- Dr. Brad Walston
Chatham County Schools is now using School Cash for all payments to the school. This includes paying for parking passes this year.
You will not be able to Attach your School(s) and Student(s) names until the system is LIVE, 8/4.
All students approved for a parking pass should check their stumail for direct steps to pay for their parking pass.
Email Ms. Debbie Esposito at email@example.com if you have specific payment questions.
POWER SCHOOL PARENT PORTAL HELP
Parents are asked to complete a parent verification process before accessing their student's grades and schedule information via the Parent Portal. This is a one-time process and will need only to be completed in subsequent years if families enroll new students iwthin Chatham County Schools. Click the link below to access instructions for the Parent Verification Process through the CCS website.