Explore the reading resources at READ Charlotte. Use their Reading Checkup to learn more about your child's reading level.
QC Family Tree is hosting a Tiny School for the upcoming 2020-2021 school year.
UrbanPromise Charlotte provides youth with academic and social development and will be offering Urban Promise Academy this fall.
The public library offers various online programs and supports. Additionally, any student with a CMS ID can check out e-books.
Project658 is hosting a microschool at Sailboat Bay Apartments. Learn more
Digi-Bridge is partnering with Lowe's and Collins Aerospace in Charlotte to distribute shoeboxes filled with STEAM experiments to 1,450 CMS students
E2D is committed to providing affordable at-home access to technology for CMS students. On August 15, from 9 am to 12 pm, there will be a laptop distribution.
Peoples Private Learning provides sliding scale fees for small group and 1:1 tutoring. Learn more at their website.
Girls On The Run is hosting in person and virtual options for its program that inspires girls to be confident through their running-based curriculum.
Learning at Home is a resource for weekly playlists and easy activities for kids age birth through 5 to keep them learning and growing at home.
This year Project Scientist will host a virtual STEM Club for girls. Project Scientist proudly offers financial assistance to nearly 50% of girls - find out more here.
Loaves and Fishes has mobile food pantries at a variety of locations. Find the next mobile food distribution here.
CMS School Nutrition Services will provide 5 lunches to students who qualify for free or reduced meals. Access the application here.
Camino Community Center provides healthcare and food to those who need it. Sign up for their food pantry here.
Families who need food assistance can text FOODNC or COMIDA to 877-877 for the three closest food sites provided by No Kid Hungry North Carolina.
C.O.S. Kids of Matthews provides reduced cost childcare to single parents. Fill out their Child Care Assistance form for more information.
Child Care Resources, Inc. provides child care financial aid for qualified families. They also provide assistance in finding licensed, quality childcare in NC.
If you need child care for school-aged children call 1-888-600-1685 to be connected to options. You can learn more about #staystrongNC here.
Freedom Communities provides support and resources to families on Charlotte's west side. They focus on education, affordable housing, and employment.
The Westside Education Think Tank is advocating for Charlotte's kids. Find resources and action items on their Facebook page.
RampCLT is offering payment relief programs for multiple types of housing (hotel, mortgage, rental). Find out how to apply for relief here.
Charlotte-Mecklenburg Libraries provides FREE tutoring support for students in English and Spanish from 4:00pm-midnight. Find out more here.