Among the many things that Charlotte Central School has to be thankful for is:
This week, the student body came together to celebrate one of the school’s traditions during the school morning meeting — welcoming kindergarteners into the Charlotte Central School kindergarten-eighth grade community through a Carnation Ceremony.
“Will you write me a recommendation?” is the typical request of high school students asking teachers to submit a letter for college or for employees to ask a supervisor for a professional reference.
Connection Night sponsored by the PTO, administrators reflected on the instructional changes over the last couple of years, highlighting the innovative ways educators strive to meet the needs of every student.
Kindergarten-fourth grade students are participating in the Global Read Aloud community of world-wide readers over the next six weeks during their library classes.
Numbers contain lots of information, but it is important to discern which numbers are most valuable to you when making a decision.
Paul Boisvert ate eels, and he ended up with a 32-year career taking photos for The New York Times — and lots of other publications.
The Charlotte Central School open house and PTO potluck was joyful with classrooms welcoming parents and filled with learning examples.
It’s college road trip season. At the end of August in 100-degree heat, visiting Charlotte, North Carolina, captured the back-to-school buzz.
Police have cited a former student for allegedly displaying a BB gun during a football game Saturday afternoon at the Champlain Valley Union High School.
The 2023-24 school year is only 12 days old, but many exciting activities are already happening at Charlotte Central School.
Bennington College is accepting submissions from high school students around the world for its 2023-24 Young Writers Awards.
The professional staff has been in curriculum planning workshops with educators from around the district who teach similar content as the district solidifies a coordinated curriculum and assessment system to better serve students.
As about 30 excited kids and adults find their seats in the Charlotte Grange Hall on a beautiful June evening, the group’s president lowers the gavel to begin our important meeting:
“Finding my people” is a common phrase for college students in adjusting to their new home away from home. With back-to-school ahead, consider adding new activities to broaden your circle of experiences.
As always, this summer has been very busy with projects preparing for the new school year.
The first of August is a rite of passage for high school seniors: the Common Application to apply to college is open.
The threat to Charlotte Central School students from PCBs appears to have been minimal, and after its third round of testing, almost completely gone.
Amanda Riggleman is joining Charlotte Central School as assistant principal on July 1.
As people gathered in Patrick Gymnasium for the Champlain Union High graduation, a jazz trio of students was playing “My Favorite Things.”