Posts filed under: CCS

Exploring The Music Man at Charlotte Central School with Nick Caycedo   Lynn Monty | Editor in Chief   Nick Caycedo, a Burlington-based director and choreographer born and raised in Vermont, is...
Lynn Monty | Editor in Chief In an effort to make themselves as accessible as possible to families and the community, Lead Principal Barbara Anne Komons-Montroll and Instructional Leader/Principal Stephanie...
Submitted by Hannah Stein, Charlotte Central School fourth grader It can be hard pondering summer camp selection, with heaps of snow outside your windowpanes. So take a journey to summer...
If your child will be five years old by Sept. 1, please call Naomi Strada at CCS at 425-6600 to register for kindergarten for the 2017/2018 school year. Registration will...
CCS lead principal explains the ins and outs of PBIS, PBL and beyond Lynn Monty | Editor in Chief Since Charlotte Central School is a Positive Behavior Intervention and Support...
Rowan Beck | Contributor The Charlotte Central School (CCS) school board held a special meeting on behavior in the library conference room on Feb. 3. CCS Principal Barbara Anne Komons-Montroll...
Submitted by parent volunteers Debbie Deale and Liz Flynn The National Geographic Bee, an annual competition organized by the National Geographic Society, is designed to inspire and reward students’ curiosity...
Lynn Monty | Editor in Chief In June 2016 voters in the Chittenden South Supervisory Union school district voted to approve forming a unified district known as the Champlain Valley...
Jeff Martin | Charlotte School Board There are countless unsung heroes in the ‘village’ it takes to educate a child. Among those from a long list of individuals are Kathy...
During the Charlotte Central School’s annual Halloween Parade and visit from the forest-dwelling Pumpkin Man, a student came to school with a clown mask against school rules. “The mask was...
Back to school is right around the corner, and Charlotte Central School is ready to welcomeCCS Exploratory - 2 the 365 enrolled students this year. Those returning to CCS, “Where...
Whether voters in Charlotte, Hinesburg, Shelburne, St. George and Williston knew it or not when they voted on June 7 to consolidate under one unified district, they became part of...
No one ever expected a pre-historic lake beast to be fast off the mark, but Champ barely made it 20 feet before doubling over to catch his breath, shaking his...
When we constructed six raised beds and planned their planting with the school food director, that was exactly our goal: expand students’ palates, give them personal experiences with their food,...
Is uniting the five separate school districts of CSSU into a single entity in the best interests of our students and our communities? Voters in Charlotte, Hinesburg, Shelburne, Williston, and...
Why did you choose a newspaper exploratory? Isabel Cohen I chose the Newspaper Exploratory because I enjoy writing and reading....
Book Review: Hotel on the Corner of Bitter and Sweet by Jamie Ford By Isabel Cohen | The Central Record  This is a powerful story about a Chinese-American boy in...
CCS athletes moving on Charlotte sports teams have produced successful athletes throughout the years, many of whom have moved on to CVU to present the same skills that they showed...
Hello hopes, meet dreams – CCS on the horizon On Thursday, April 14, the PTO met with parents and community members to discuss their hopes and dreams for the future of...