Schools are closed for the summer; however, Charles County Public Schools is offering summer learning opportunities, continuing meal distribution and planning for how schools will open for the 2020-21 school year.  Please checkback often for the latest updates concerning summer programs and school opening plans.  Our buildings remain closed to the public.

To limit the possible spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19), CCPS 12-month employees assigned to the Jesse L. Starkey Administration Building are teleworking at the discretion of their supervisors. Some 12-month employees are working on site to support CCPS business operations. The Starkey Building switchboard, 301-932-6610 and 301-870-3814, is closed to the public.

Parents, staff and community members in need of assistance visit the CCPS website at and look for the AskCCPS menu button located under the photo slideshow. AskCCPS is a help-desk for students, staff, parents and the community. The system features two areas for questions – general questions, and technology support. CCPS staff are monitoring the system and will respond within 24 hours to inquiries as they are received, Monday through Friday. A direct link to AskCCPS is

Internet Access
CCPS has partnered with AT&T FirstNet to offer free, temporary internet access in the front parking lots of Piccowaxen Middle School, Matthew Henson Middle School, T.C. Martin Elementary School and Mt. Hope/Nanjemoy Elementary School. CCPS chose the hotspot locations using information from its recent student technology survey, Comcast and Verizon hotspot maps, and a recent broadband survey county government conducted to determine the areas in highest need.  Click here to read more about the temporary internet access.

Mental Health Resources
CCPS school staff are available to speak with parents and guardians who need assistance during this time. Each school website under Announcements has the contact information and office hours for the counselor(s), school psychologist and PPW for the school.  Local, State and National resources also available on the Mental Health Resources webpage.

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Additional Resources
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)
Maryland Department of Health
Charles County Department of Health






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