Health Alert: Coronavirus (COVID-19)
COVID19

Charles County Public Schools (CCPS) is open for distance teaching and learning. CCPS is doing its part to help prevent the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19). CCPS school buildings are closed until April 24.

 Student instruction is continuing, and CCPS is providing virtual and print-based learning materials to make resources widely available. CCPS is offering free meals to all children 18 and younger,  online learning resources for students, and mental health resources for parents. Parents, staff and community members in need of assistance can click on AskCCPS to submit a question. To request a laptop for your child’s use, submit information to Technology at AskCCPS. Include your child’s name, ID number and your email address.  

Click here to watch a video update from Dr. Hill about distance learning and laptop distribution.

Visit our coronavirus webpage frequently for the most up-to-date information. 

 

     

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What's New

Update from the Superintendent
Click the link above to watch a video update from Dr. Hill about distance learning and laptop distribution.

Coronavirus Information
Schools are closed through Friday, April 24.  For all the latest information, click the link above or find it in the Quick Links menus.

Ask CCPS
The Starkey Building switchboard is closed to the public beginning Friday, March 20.  Parents, staff and community members in need of assistance can click the link above and submit a question.  Click here first to view the Frequently Asked Questions.

Mental Health Resources
Click the link above for mental health resources available during the Coronavirus (COVID-19) health crisis.

Meals for children
Effective March 31,  meal distribution sites can provide parents food without their child being present. Click the link above for the all the details about the food distribution sites.