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Charlotte Parent’s School Fair is going virtual for the first time ever! We are excited to connect parents with representatives from the top public, private and public charter schools (Pre-K & K-12) in the Charlotte area all in one place!…
On CMS’ start date, class goes as smoothly as expected—that is, not at all
How to deal with the understandable re-entry anxiety
Recommendations ahead of the rapidly approaching school year
Vacancies in staffing, safety said to be primary concerns
Learning centers, tutors, and supplemental education programs
This is what ‘B+Remote’ entails
A few options for parents for the months ahead
Districts can choose between virtual and limited-capacity, in-person options
With school closures and many parents asked to assume the role of educator while also working from home, students are estimated to lose anywhere from six to 12 months of learning during the coronavirus pandemic. Parsec Financial has awarded Read Charlotte and…
As parents, we hope to shelter our children from financial worries. But are we doing more harm than good?
Local independent day school sends off graduating seniors with a thoughtful online tribute page where parents, teachers, coaches, and others can leave well wishes for individual students and the class as a whole. In Partnership with Charlotte Country Day School Coronavirus times call…
Superintendent Earnest Winston announces prerecorded virtual graduations for students
A look at the changes and what they mean
While libraries are closed to encourage social distancing, online access to digital resources becomes even more important. Here's what you can access for free with your Charlotte Mecklenburg Library card. In Partnership with Charlotte Mecklenburg Library Participating in school, work,…
Gov. Roy Cooper updated the public in a press conference on Friday
Since a visit to the North Carolina Zoo isn’t currently possible, the Zoo is bringing its programs to you
A look at the latest and what's ahead
The uptown private school hosted a public panel discussion in February tackling many of the modern issues kids — and parents — are facing today. In Partnership with Trinity Episcopal School Each day, it seems that the world becomes more complex…
For varying levels, from preschool to high school
The latest from Fort Mill School District
The latest from Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools
Kids can build video games, get active, or do a little bit of everything
Programs and classes for kids, including music, art, dance, gymnastics, martial arts and more.
Private schools, preschools, charter schools and boarding schools.
Tutors, homeschool helpers, childcare resources, counselors and more.
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