The 3Cs Connection
Student & Parent Newsletter for CCC - January 2023
Happy New Year
Happy New Year,
Albert Einstein said, “Learn from yesterday, live for today, hope for tomorrow.” I hope this year brings us all good health, happiness and prosperity. Let's continue to work together to face whatever challenges 2023 brings with courage, resilience and support for each other.
We are excited to host our Experience CCC Recruitment Night, Thursday, January 12 from 5:00 - 8:00 PM. We hope you can join us and bring a friend.
This month The 3Cs Connection spotlights what makes us proud to be CCC.
For updates, please check our website and follow us on social media:
Twitter - @cpkcareercenter
Instagram - @chesapeake_careercenter
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TikTok - @chesapeakecareercenter
Dr. Kelly Kitchens
You are invited to an in-person visit at Chesapeake Career Center, Thursday, January 12 between 5:00 - 8:00 PM. Learn about the application process, tour the building, see the programs in action and hear from current students.
Meet Da'Quan Chambers, Cosmetology II Student
Da'Quan is a senior at Deep Creek High School and a second year Cosmetology student. He volunteers on the weekends at The Buffalow Community Salon while also working at Buffalow Wild Wings. Da'Quan is working towards his cosmetology license and will test in May. Upon graduation, he plans to pursue a career as a hairstylist with Hair Cuttery and continue his education. He is our "go to" guy in Cosmetology and is always willing to help when needed. To learn more about the Cosmetology program, click here
The Cyclones celebrated the month of December with daily holiday themed spirit days. Check out more pictures on our social media.
Tuesday, January 3, 2023
School back in session
January 12 - 8:00 PM
The 2023-2024 CCC application goes live January 12 at 8:00 PM and closes February 17th. Please see your home high school counselor for additional information. To access the application, click here.
January 12,13,19, & 20, 2023
SOL Preparation and Testing Schedule. The SOL Testing Schedule was modified to maximize instructional time and to provide additional flexibility to our students and staff. CCC students WILL NOT attend class at CCC on SOL testing and Boot Camp review session days. Impacted CCC students who need to take SOL tests or attend Boot Camp review sessions will be notified by their home school. TCC DE Students WILL attend class on TCC campus and follow their normal schedule. Bus transportation is provided to and from TCC.
Monday, January 16, 2023
Martin Luther King, Jr. Day - all school buildings closed
Wednesday, January 25 - Thursday, January 26, 2023
High School Semester Exams
Friday, January 27, 2023
Early Release Day for students, No PM CCC
Monday, January 30 & Tuesday, January 31, 2023
Preparing Today's Students for Tomorrow's Careers
Looking towards our Future
This is an exciting time to be involved in Career and Technical Education! We are preparing today's students for tomorrow's careers. Check out the presentation about the future of CCC by clicking here Career Academies of Chesapeake
Chesapeake Career Center is excited to announce that three new programs will be added for the 2023-2024 school year: Building Trades, Medical Lab Technician, and Precision Machining, bringing our total program offerings to nineteen! Building Trades and Medical Lab Tech will be taught on the CCC campus and Precision Machining will be a dual enrolled course taught on the TCC Campus. These additional courses will allow up to 90 more students to obtain industry credentials and the training needed to enter the workforce upon completion of the program. To find out more about all of our programs, click here
Grassfield Baptist Church
Thank you to our community partner, Grassfield Baptist Church, for their investment in our school, especially our faculty and staff. On behalf of the membership, each month Pastor Brown and Shelley Steinfurth provide a treat or "pick me up" to remind our instructors that they are thought of. Their kindness and thoughtfulness is truly appreciated by our faculty. To find out more about Grassfield Baptist Church, click here
Become a Community Partner
If you or someone you know would be interested in becoming one of our Community Partners, please let us know. Levels of participation could entail providing guest speakers, mentoring, or making much-needed financial and equipment donations. An explanation of our partnership levels is provided here
Our Counseling Director, Ms. Brinkley, is available to students by appointment or email. Please stop by the main office, call 547-0134, or email firstname.lastname@example.org
We are always excited to host tours, but the best guests are future Cyclones. Over the next month, we will welcome students from Chesapeake Center for Student Success and the Freshmen Seminar program from all seven High Schools.
It takes the collective effort of all of us to ensure that we all remain safe. One of the most effective ways to do that is to report anything that could affect the safety of our students and staff. Many threats are dealt with before they can come to fruition because of individuals willing to report directly to a trusted adult. That is strongly encouraged. We also encourage families to have discussions with their children about the seriousness of and consequences for these actions.
There are other ways that these safety concerns can be reported. CPS offers QuickTip, a way to anonymously report any safety concerns. The icon can be found on our webpages. The CrimeLine icon is also available on our webpages and that platform can be used to report concerns directly to the police department. You will also see the K-12 “Let’s Talk” icon on the CPS homepage and on many other CPS webpages. Clicking that will take you to another platform for registering concerns and asking questions. Non-pressing messages can be left here and they will be addressed by appropriate administrators. More information can be found on the CPS website. Of course, in any emergency situation, please call 911.