Superintendent Hill, CCPS staff to host Town Hall November 18

News Release, Charles County Public Schools

Waldorf, Md- Superintendent of Schools Kimberly Hill, along with other Charles County Public Schools (CCPS) staff, is hosting a school safety and security Town Hall at 6 p.m., Monday, Nov. 18 at Thomas Stone High School.

The Town Hall will be televised live at from the Thomas Stone auditorium.

Staff will address safety and security issues, updates to school safety procedures, building enhancements and See Something, Say Something efforts. Following a brief presentation, staff will answer questions, take suggestions and hear comments.

Viewers can submit questions electronically on CCPS social media outlets Twitter, @ccps and Facebook at Charles County Public Schools. Tag questions with #ccpssafety19. Community members can also submit questions in advance by emailing

Stone is located at 3785 Leonardtown Road in Waldorf.

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