Each year, two Charles County Public Schools (CCPS) teachers are chosen to represent the school system in Teacher of the Year awards programs. The Washington Post finalist from CCPS represents the school system in the paper’s overall awards program in which one teacher from the Washington, D.C., metropolitan area is named The Washington Post Teacher of the Year. Each CCPS school and center nominates a teacher for the CCPS Teacher of the Year Award program.
Charles County Public Schools (CCPS) is investigating an incident that took place at La Plata High School today, Thursday, May 19. This morning, La Plata High School JROTC cadets found a confederate flag hanging from the school’s main flagpole. School administrators were notified and the flag was removed. CCPS is working with the Charles County Sheriff’s Office to investigate. Police believe the flag was hung late last night.
Seventeen Charles County Public Schools (CCPS) seniors recently earned the Global Seal of Biliteracy. The recognition is given to students and educators who have studied and attained proficiency in two or more languages and can be used as a credential for academic and employment purposes.
The Board of Education of Charles County met May 10, 2022, for its regular meeting. A meeting agenda is posted on BoardDocs here. Board meetings are streamed live at www.ccboe.com and archived on the Charles County Public Schools (CCPS) YouTube page. The following are important meeting updates.
Superintendent of Schools Maria Navarro, Ed.D., yesterday announced two administrative changes for the 2022-2023 school year. The changes are effective July 1 and affect three Charles County Public schools.