Welcome to CPCS
The mission of Chesapeake Public Charter School is to offer each student a unique educational experience within a reflective learning community. Through a modified school calendar, multi-age students in small class settings will engage in a curriculum of meaningful connections and diverse perspectives. This engagement will be achieved using technology, the environment, the arts and community resources. This school will provide a safe, orderly, caring and joyful reflective atmosphere in which respect for all is evident and the outcome of empowered, self directed learners is expected. Our goal is to build a solid foundation for higher education and the desire to continue learning, growing sharing and contributing in multiple capacities throughout each person’s life.
Due to limited space – we are unable to take donations before 3:15pm on Friday, April 25th. Please do not drop off items to the school/gymnasium prior to 3:15pm that day.
All items are tax deductible and you will be given a receipt for your items at drop off. For tax purposes, yard sale items are considered a “gift in kind”. Donors will need to keep their own list of donated items on file for their taxes and be asked to provide a brief description of their donations when dropping off at CPCS. (i.e.: 30 pairs of youth pants, 7 pairs of adult shoes, card table and chairs, etc.)
Yard Sale Donations needed:
1) Clothes, shoes, toys, furniture, books, etc.!
2) Extra hangers: adult and youth sized hangers for shirts and pants
3) Plastic shopping bags
4) Yard sale stickers/blue tape/masking tape
MANY VOLUNTEERS are needed to prepare and work the yard sale. Volunteer opportunities are listed below.
Friday - April 25th
3:00pm - 7:00pm Set-up in the Gymnasium, organizing, display and pricing
Saturday - April 26th
6:00am-8:00am Final set up and beginning of sale
8:00am-10:00am Assist with sale
10:00am-12:00pm Clean up and take away; trucks/large vehicles are needed to assist in clearing out any unsold items to various donation facilities.
This Sunday April 27th from 10:00am -1:00pm
Great Mills High School Parking Lot
Bring your Bike and Helmet
NO DROP OFFS - Please & thank you!
Parents are welcome to participate too but must have their own bike and helmet.
Agenda: Bike stations 10-12
4th grade helmet drop 12-12:30
12:30-1 bike stations
I hope to see your entire family come out to participate this year!
2014 Theme: On the Outside/ On the Inside
As part of our school's commitment to the Arts, we are pleased to announce a new yearly Arts publication that will be launching this year! The Chesapeake Perspective is a chance for our entire school community to come together and reflect on a common theme, while also giving everyone a chance to express their own unique "perspective" in a number of creative ways.
The new publication is being sponsored by our Alliance. Whether through creative writing, poetry, photography or visual art, the goal of The Chesapeake Perspective is to honor both the creative talents of our students, parents, and staff, and our commitment to the Arts as a part of our daily lives.
As a member of our school you are invited to reflect on the theme for this year’s publication "On the Outside/ On the Inside", and then create an original composition expressing your unique perspective on the theme. All original works will then be included in the first edition of the publication, which will be available for purchase at the end of the year!
Please click on the links below for more info, guidelines, entry requirements, and entry form.
Customizable Flat Greeting cards are now available. Choose your template and the images and customize your text.
Photo collages are available in sizes 8x8 and 16x20 and you may put those together on the website.
Please feel free to email me with any questions at firstname.lastname@example.org. I will get back to you as soon as possible.
Timeless Treasures Photography