Posts filed under: CCS

Every year since the early 90s, at the CCS Halloween celebration, students parade by grade out into the school’s back field. They gather at the far edge, uncharacteristically silent, looking...
The Charlotte Central School staff is undertaking a number of activities to improve social and academic learning and proficiency this year. On the academic front, CCS is engaged in a...
The perpetual challenge for parents of tweens and teens is getting kids off their electronic devices and encouraging them to participate in the real world. Charlotte Central School is taking...
Charlotte Central School faculty and staff will officially return on Thursday, Aug. 22, with the annual CVSD convocation at CVU. This day will include a welcoming from CVSD Superintendent Elaine...
The exterior improvement most visible to the public for now is the removal of the outside stairs on the east side of the building. The cement staircase is currently in...
Just days before sixth graders at Charlotte Central School were released into the wild to swim and have fun with their friends, they traveled to Starksboro to release some trout...
The mention of NASA brings to mind things hurtling through the air—for third graders at Charlotte Central School, those flying objects are mosquitoes, and their mission is to figure out...
Gerry Leckerling and Ena Jesset have a combined 42 years of teaching service at Charlotte Central School. This week is the last for both women, who spoke recently the bittersweet...
        My mother is a very committed person. In the past she couldn’t afford college, so she spent nine years in the military. She used to be...
Charlotte Central School students in grades 6 through 8 danced, sang, growled and glowed as the cast of “Beauty and the Beast, Jr.” from April 4-6. Seventh grader Charlie Taylor...
After five years, Charlotte Central School is changing the way elementary education is experienced by students in grades one through four. The current model is to “loop” students, by grade,...
The first astronauts in space seemed like superheroes: larger-than-life explorers with tales that were almost unfathomable. As people, they seemed as untouchable as the stars themselves. On Monday, Charlotte Central...
A team of 6th grade problem-solvers competed—and won first place—at the Vermont State Destination Imagination competition in Burlington on March 23. They also received a special award for teamwork and...
Vegarandhura Tariyal.Charlotte sixth grader Vega Tariyal said that for his final question at the Vermont state finals competition of the National Geographic GeoBee, his nervousness ranked a three out of...
It’s 6:30 AM, an hour before the sun has risen over the hills, and Meg Dawson is in the kitchen preparing for a long day....
Charlotte Central School kindergarten through second grade students created COTS CARE packages in their YOU SKILLS classes. We appreciate how the CCS community came together to donate much needed items...
The Charlotte Central School is currently seeking adults from the community who would be interested in mentoring a fifth or sixth grader at our school. The program is school based...
A new student group has formed at Charlotte Central School in which students are asking big questions and then performing the results of their inquiry. “We research for answers and...
News Editor Melissa O’Brien meets with middle school students at CCS each Tuesday morning as part of the new Journalism Club formed in association with The Charlotte News....