2020-2021 Back To School News
2020-2021 End-of-Year Testing Information
CMS to transition high school and middle school students to Plan A
3/23/2021Starting April 12, in-person instruction for students in grades 6-12 increases to four days a week
CMS to increase in-person instruction
CMS delays return to in-person instruction
1/14/2021Action follows directive from public health director
CMS will return to remote learning until Jan. 19
12/8/2020Pre-K students to continue on current in-person schedule; EC students with IEPs that direct in-person learning also excepted from decision
Notification Needed for In-Person or Fully Remote Learning Options, Transportation
11/16/2020CMS needs to know whether you will attend school in-person or via the Full Remote Academy next semester.
State-mandated testing information
Re-Opening of BSEP and ASEP for Elementary-Aged Students
10/6/2020The Charlotte-Mecklenburg Board of Education voted recently to enable CMS to begin offering fee-based After School Enrichment Program (ASEP) and Before School Enrichment Program (BSEP) services.
Board of Education increases in-person instructional time
10/1/2020Revised plan applies to K-5 students
CMS to return to in-person instruction in phased plan
9/16/2020Superintendent is also granted furlough authority
CMS Announces Phased Return to Workouts for High School Student-Athletes
8/19/2020District also announces opening of outdoor facilities for community use
School Nutrition Services introduces CMS Eats at Home program
Immunization deadline extended
Board of Education Approves Plan for Opening 2020-2021 School Year
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