Watch our School Choice Fair video!
Chromebook RepairsFor troubleshooting or repairs to Chromebooks, families can call the CCS IT Helpdesk at (614) 365-8425. The Helpdesk will determine if an appointment for a repair is needed, and schedule the appointment at the Kingswood Data Center, located at 1091 King Ave, Columbus, OH 43212. Scheduling an appointment is required due to current COVID safety and health concerns. We are unable to accommodate walk-ins at this time.
Attention Parents: Student attendance must be logged in daily in order to avoid unexcused absences. You will need to make sure that this is taken care of on a daily basis. Please view the video below under the Attendance header for step-by-step directions on how to successfully take care of this daily task.
Register for the Columbus City Schools 2021 Summer Experience Program!
Registration is now open for the Columbus City Schools 2021 Summer Experience program.
The Summer Experience program will provide enriching experiences for all students in PreK through 12th grade. It is an opportunity for students to accelerate or recover credits. The need for a rich summer experience is critical now more than ever. The District’s focus this summer will be on engagement and empowerment for students and educators. Programs run for six weeks beginning on June 14.
CCS is collaborating with a number of community partners to enhance the 2021 Summer Experience program including COSI, the Franklin Park Conservatory, The Ohio State University, and Columbus Department of Recreation and Parks.
The CCS Summer Experience will focus on fundamental knowledge and skills that include well-rounded content, leadership, reasoning, and social-emotional learning. With a smaller teacher-to-student ratio and following all health and safety protocols, the District’s goal is to provide in-person learning at five high schools, 10 middle schools, and 13 elementary schools.
The Summer Experience program will serve as the CCS Extended Learning Plan that is submitted to the Ohio Department of Education.
How to Register
To register your student for the 2021 Summer Experience, log onto the CCS Parent Portal, click the “More” tab, and then click “Summer School” under Quick Links.
Please note: the registration deadline is June 1.
Champion Middle School Recognizes our Q1 BOLD Honor Roll Scholars!
Champion Middle School proudly recognizes our BOLD (Brothers Orientation to Leadership Development) Honor Roll Scholars for the 1st Grading Period! The Champion Middle School faculty, staff, and administration in community partnership with Dr. Carter D. Womack, the President & CEO of Leadership At Its Best, and the men who support the BOLD program, are immensely proud of the following young men of Champion and their hard work that has resulted in them achieving the distinction of BOLD Honor Roll Scholar:
3.5 - 3.9 GPA
Samuel Martinez Ferrera
Saul Nunez Nunez
3.0 - 3.49 GPA
Jonathan Cruz Perez
Keep up the good work! Recipients can look forward to receiving the following letters in the mail from Dr. Womack regarding their award:
Champion Middle School Proudly Recognizes Our Q1 Honor Roll Scholars!
Champion Middle School proudly recognizes our Honor Roll Scholars for the first quarter grading period! We note the dedication, grit, and resiliency of the students whose names appear on the following lists highlighting the unique distinction they have earned:
Stay focused, scholars, and keep up the good work!
Who will be a second grading period superstar?
Tutorials for New Students and Parents
How to Login to Clever
How to Setup CCS Student Email
How to Login to Student Infinite Campus
PBIS Champion Middle School Virtual Norms
Student Virtual Norms and Expectations:
- Log within 5-10 minutes of virtual class time. (teacher expectation may be slightly different).
- Students must show themselves during class time. Student’s should remain attentive during virtual class time. Student’s should not be laying down during class time.
- Student’s should remain on mute unless asked to engage in a learning conversation.
- Student’s should request permission to remove themselves from the virtual class session.
- Students should exemplify ROAR during the class session. Respect, Ownership, Accountability, Restore.
- Student’s should use their own log in and should not share their virtual log in with anyone.
- Only the student on the class roster can participate in the virtual classroom session.
- Students cannot record, photograph, or post any virtual classroom session on social media.
Student Dress Code during virtual class session:
- Student should be fully dressed during virtual class session (tops and bottoms)
- No tank tops
- No spaghetti strap tops
- No logos or inappropriate language on clothing
- Parents cannot participate in the live virtual classroom session.
- Only students on the classroom roster can participate in the virtual class session.
- Parents cannot record, photograph, or post any virtual classroom session on social media.
- Parents that have questions or concerns will set up a separate time to speak with teachers via email, or by phone.
- Parents will be contacted for a conference if a student is not meeting virtual class expectations.
Steps for virtual discipline if student is having challenging behavior:
- Teachers will conference with student after virtual session.
- Students will be referred to Ms. Gardener or Mr. Alexander to work on restorative practice.
- Teachers will contact parent/guardian for a parent, teacher conference regarding student behavior.
- Student and parent will meet with administrative team regarding student behavior.
** If a student must be removed from any virtual learning session due to behavior an email will be sent to the parent and the administrative team immediately after the virtual learning session**
Columbus City Schools Superintendent Discusses Plans for Opening of Schools for the 2021-2022 School Year
CCS to return to pre-COVID protocols.
Thursday, June 3, is the last day of classes for more than 46,000 Columbus City Schools students, and we want to see your last day selfies!
At last night’s Columbus City Schools Board of Education meeting, Superintendent/CEO Dr. Talisa Dixon announced plans for the 2021-2022 school year that includes students returning to the classroom five days a week for in-person instruction.