Month: April 2018


Christienne Warren, an elementary school principal with Charles County Public Schools (CCPS), has been named principal of Benjamin Stoddert Middle School. Warren is currently serving as principal at Dr. Gustavus Brown Elementary and begins at Stoddert on July 1. She replaces Interim Principal Marvin Jones at the end of this school year. Jones will return full time to his position at the CCPS administrative offices as an executive director of schools. Warren has served as principal at Dr. Brown since 2014. Prior to joining CCPS as an administrator, Warren served for two years as principal of Coldstream Park Elementary Middle Read more…


Charles County Public Schools (CCPS) is sponsoring several summer learning opportunities for students. More than 40 camps are available and most start the week of June 18. A majority of sessions are offered Monday through Friday, in the morning and afternoon.  Summer Enrichment Camps  CCPS is hosting five weeks of summer enrichment camps at Benjamin Stoddert Middle School for students entering grades kindergarten through nine at the start of the 2018-19 school year. Camps begin the week of June 25 and end the week of July 30. No summer enrichment camps will be offered during the week of July 2. Read more…


The Board of Education and Superintendent of Schools Kimberly Hill honored several Charles County Public Schools (CCPS) employees on March 29 for their years of service to the school system and commitment to education during a ceremony held at the Jesse L. Starkey Administration Building. Honored were employees with careers that span a period of 45, 40, 35, 30 and 25 years. Dorothy Swann-Cole was honored for 45 years of service. She is a school counselor at J.C. Parks Elementary School and also served as a counselor at Dr. Samuel A. Mudd and Mt. Hope/Nanjemoy elementary schools. She began her Read more…


Charles County Public Schools (CCPS) teams competed in the regional Mathematics, Engineering and Science Achievement (MESA) events held March 28-29 at North Point High School. Overall winners were selected at the elementary-, middle- and high-school levels. The overall winners are Dr. James Craik Elementary School, Piccowaxen Middle School and Henry E. Lackey High School. They advance to the state competition set for May 5 at Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Laboratory. Middle and high school teams that earned a first-place award at the Charles County regional event also advance to the state-level competition. The advancing teams are from Milton M. Somers Read more…

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