Graduation information; end-of-year calendar reminders

Graduation information; end-of-year calendar reminders


More than 2,100 students are expected to graduate from Charles County Public Schools next month, and Charles County's six high schools are already planning graduation ceremonies. Ceremonies for Henry E. Lackey, La Plata, Maurice J. McDonough, Thomas Stone and Westlake high schools will be held at the Showplace Arena in Upper Marlboro on June 3 and 4. North Point High School will host graduation ceremonies in the school's gymnasium on June 4.

The following is the graduation schedule for Monday, June 3:

  • Stone, 9 a.m.;
  • McDonough, 2 p.m.; and
  • Lackey, 7 p.m.

The following is the graduation schedule for Tuesday, June 4:

  • La Plata, 9 a.m.;
  • Westlake, 2 p.m.; and
  • North Point, 7 p.m.

School schedules during graduation ceremonies are as follows:

  • Stone will be closed for students on Monday, June 3;
  • McDonough will be closed for students on Monday, June 3;
  • Lackey will have a two-hour early dismissal on Monday, June 3;
  • La Plata will be closed for students on Tuesday, June 4;
  • Westlake will be closed for students on Tuesday, June 4; and
  • North Point will be closed for students on Tuesday, June 4.

The Robert D. Stethem Educational Center will be closed on Monday, June 3 for those students who access transportation to Stethem from Stone, McDonough and Lackey high schools. Stethem will be open June 3 for students who access transportation to Stethem from La Plata, Westlake and North Point high schools. Stethem will be closed on Tuesday, June 4 for students who access transportation to Stethem from La Plata, Westlake and North Point high schools. Stethem will be open for students who access transportation to Stethem from Stone, McDonough and Lackey high schools.

The last day of school for Charles County Public Schools students is Friday, June 14. June 12, 13 and 14 are two-hour early dismissal days. Teachers last day is Monday, June 17. Elementary school report cards will be issued to students on June 14. Report cards for middle and high school students will be mailed on Friday, June 21.

Charles County Public Schools provides 26,700 students in grades prekindergarten through 12 with an academically challenging education. Located in Southern Maryland, Charles County Public Schools has 35 caring community schools that offer a technologically advanced, progressive and high quality education that builds character, equips for leadership and prepares students for life, careers and higher education.

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