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Human Resources Contacts

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Employment Verifications - 804.748.1984 Francine Bouldin Director of Human Resources Administrative Staffing Francine_Bouldin@ccpsnet.net (804) 748-1984 Philip Sword Assistant Director of Human Resources Elementary Teacher Staffing Philip_Sword@ccpsnet.net (804) 748-1721 RJ Greger Human Resource Administrator Secondary Teacher Staffing RJ_Greger@ccpsnet.net (804) 751-4978 Louisa Tighe Human Resource Administrator Excepti…


Head Start Staff

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David Williams Instructional Specialist, Program Director David_Williams@ccpsnet.net Diana (Randi) Burnett Early Childhood Development Manager Diana _Burnett@ccpsnet.net Ernestine Armstrong Family Service Provider Ernestine_Armstrong@ccpsnet.net Elizabeth Arboleda Family Service Provider Elizabeth_Arboleda@ccpsnet.net Violeta Powell Family Service Provider Violeta_Powell@ccpsnet.net Health/Nutrition Specialist VACANT Tammie Jones Offi…


Career and Technical Education

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The Department of Career and Technical Education of Chesterfield County Public Schools invites you to explore your options. OPTION: op-tion; noun; The act of choosing: choice. The power or right of choosing: freedom to choose. Are you exploring your options? Have you ever wondered about the classes and programs offered through the Department of Career and Technical Education? There are a variety of opportunities for Chesterfield County students…


Washington Redskins reading program added to summer learning opportunities in Chesterfield

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A new reading partnership with the Washington Redskins is adding excitement to summer learning for elementary students in Chesterfield County Public Schools. Details about the Redskins Read program will be shared during CCPS Night at the Chesterfield Libraries, scheduled 6-8 p.m. May 15 at every county library except Bon Air, which is closed for renovations. Also available during the library event will be summer reading list…


Thank a teacher

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Thank you. Those two small words can spark smiles, lift spirits and gladden hearts. Here’s your chance to say thank you to a teacher who made a difference in your life. Which teachers or coaches or other school staff members stand out for you? To thank those folks, please email thank_you@ccpsnet.net. All you have to do is write whatever you want to say to your Chesterfield County Public Schools teacher and include this information: your name, e…


Visual Arts

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The Visual Arts program in Chesterfield County Public Schools is designed to offer sequential learning for students in kindergarten through 12th grade. The implementation of this structured program engages the students in making art, looking at art, talking about art and learning about the cultural, social and historical context of art. Furthermore, the art program interfaces with other instructional disciplines and contributes to the understand…


Registration is starting for online summer classes

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Registration is starting for online classes being offered this summer by Chesterfield County Public Schools: Registration opens Feb. 6 and closes May 21 for Health and P.E. 9 and 10. Registration opens March 5 and closes June 15 for all other online classes: English 9, 10, 11 and 12; World History I and II; Virginia and U.S. History; Virginia and U.S. Government; Algebra I and II; Geometry; Earth/Space Science I and II; Biology; Chemistry;…


Language Arts

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Elementary Language Arts The Elementary Language Arts department is committed to equipping each teacher in Chesterfield County Public Schools with the most current research-based strategies, techniques, and resource materials that will enable him/her to provide each student with the very best instruction in oral language, reading, and writing. Elementary Language Arts Curriculum Overviews Language Arts Grade K Language Arts Grade 1 Langua…


Performing Arts

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The Performing Arts Department in Chesterfield County Public Schools is committed to a comprehensive curriculum in all disciplines including music, dance and theater. The Performing Arts program serves as a vehicle to exalt the human spirit, enhance life and foster critical thinking skills. Because of the capability of music, dance and theater to transcend and yet to interrelate all aspects of the human experience, the performing arts possess qu…


Substitute Employment Positions

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Substitute Resources If you wish to apply for Substituting click on this link http://mychesterfieldschools.com/apply-at-ccps/ Information below relates only to Substitutes that have been hired If your questions are not answered with the links below, please contact the SubFinder Office at 768-7356 or 748-1708 or e-mail the Substitute Office at Penny_Barbour@ccpsnet.net, or DeShannon_Knox@ccpsnet.net. SubFinder Access Number 1-866-271-3578 or…


Teachers start new school year with free shopping

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From Crayons to Computers, a free store for Chesterfield County teachers and school staff members, is re-opening for the new school year. Everything at From Crayons to Computers is free. The store gets donations from individuals, businesses and community groups and passes those items on so that teachers can outfit their classrooms at no cost. Available items include books, paper, pencils, notebooks, filing cabinets, bookshelves, decorations, cra…


School Board revises calendar, seeks additional input

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After seeking and receiving input about the proposed calendar for 2013-2014,  the Chesterfield County School Board has revised the proposal and is seeking additional comments from parents, employees and the community. The revised proposal accompanies this news release and is available online at mychesterfieldschools.com. Before Feb. 7, comments may be emailed to calendar@ccpsnet.net or mailed to Proposed Calendar, Chesterfield County Public Scho…


FY 2014 Proposed Budget

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This link will take you to an overview of the proposed budget for Chesterfield County Public Schools, which Superintendent Marcus Newsome presented to the School Board tonight. The proposed FY 2014 budget protects instructional programs from cuts and includes a pay increase for all employees. To communicate to the School Board about the budget, please email ccpsinfo@ccpsnet.net or plan to participate in the Feb. 12 public hearing (call 748-1897…


Meeting Notices 1-23-13

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Change in location The location of the Chesterfield County School Board’s retreat has changed. The School Board will now meet 8 a.m.-1 p.m. Jan. 29 in the Castleberry Room of the Country Club at the Highlands, 8136 Highland Glen Drive, Chesterfield, VA 23838. Budget and capital improvement plan The Chesterfield County School Board has scheduled meetings related to the FY 2014 budget and the capital improvement plan: Feb. 5 — budget work session…


Edmodo

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Chesterfield Edmodo The Chesterfield County Public Schools (CCPS) use the Edmodo website (www.chesterfield.edmodo.com) to: 1) make our digital curriculum easily accessible to students and teachers; and, 2) to provide a place to bridge what happens in the formal 45 minutes or so of class with the many more minutes students spend outside of class. Specifically, the Chesterfield Edmodo website makes it easier for teachers to “blend learning” b…


Two resource fairs will help struggling students find alternative ways to complete high school

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Young people who are struggling to complete high school or who have dropped out can find support within Chesterfield County Public Schools. During two resource fairs in November, teens can explore alternative ways to complete their high school education.: 4-7 p.m. Nov. 29 at the Chesterfield Technical Center, 10101 Courthouse Road 8 a.m.-noon Nov. 30 at the Fulghum Center, 4003 Cogbill Road Struggling students who are 16 to 19 years old or the…


Super Gram 11-14-11

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[one_third] Join us as an ambassador in The Great Conversation The Virginia School Boards Association holds its annual meeting this week. Jamie Vollmer is the event’s keynote speaker. I’m excited to hear him again; his passion for helping the public understand the importance of education is contagious. Many of you have heard Vollmer’s Blueberry Story, how a businessman’s perspective on public education was changed forever. If you’ve not heard hi…


Browser Support

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…above. Please use one of these web browsers so that you take full advantage of the information available through mychesterfieldschools.com. Even if your preferred browser is not listed, it is still likely to work as long as it adheres to these standards: HTML 4.01 XHTML 1.0 CSS-3 The school system determines which browsers to support by evaluating any browser used by more than 5 percent of visitors to mychesterfieldschools.com during a school y…


Meeting Notices 11-16-11

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At 7 p.m. Nov. 29 in the Public Meeting Room, 10001 Iron Bridge Road, the Chesterfield County School Board will hold a public hearing on the capital improvement plan for fiscal years 2013-2017. Details about the proposal are available at mychesterfieldschools.com. To sign up to speak during the public hearing, call 748-1497. Comments may be emailed to ccpsschoolboard@ccpsnet.net. At 4:30 p.m. Nov. 30 in the Eanes-Pittman Public Safety Training C…


The Grapevine

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…ansportation is not provided for students who receive a waiver to attend a school outside their attendance zone. My family is moving to another state. How can I get a refund of my child’s account balance from mylunchmoney.com? Call the school system’s Food and Nutrition Services Office at (804) 743-3717. A staff member will take your information, then request a check for the amount left in your child’s account. It takes about two weeks for the ch…


Changes are made in proposed 2012-2013 calendar

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Comments from teachers, parents and others led to changes in the calendar proposed for the 2012-13 school year: Thanksgiving break will be extended one day to include the Wednesday before Thanksgiving. Nov. 21 was previously proposed to be a three-hour early release day for students and school-based personnel. Winter break will be reduced by two days with December 21 now being the first day of the holiday. The increase of two instructional days…


School Board seeks members for advisory committees

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Community is the foundation of Chesterfield County Public Schools. Advisory committees established by the Chesterfield County School Board are one way that community members connect with local schools. Advisory committee members are appointed from each of the county’s five magisterial districts and include parents, teachers, staff members, students and other community members interested in helping Chesterfield County Public Schools achieve its v…


Chesterfield graduations

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Chesterfield graduations scheduled June 6-11 About 4,500 Chesterfield students will receive their high school diplomas during graduation ceremonies June 6-11 at VCU’s Siegel Center, 1200 W. Broad St. This will be the last graduation for Midlothian High Principal Christine Wilson, who is retiring, and the first for two who are finishing their first year as high school principals — Pam Lumsden of Thomas Dale High and Laura Hebert of Bird High. Tic…


First Review of Proposed Revisions to Current School Board Policies and Regulations 5-28-13

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At the direction of the School Board and Superintendent, a comprehensive policy review and revision process was initiated in August 2008 and a revised School Board policy manual was adopted on December 8, 2009.  While that process resulted in multiple new and revised policies, the policy review and adoption process continues under the leadership of the Superintendent’s Advisory Policy Review Committee (PRC). As a result, the Policy Review Commit…


A new school year starts Sept. 2

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A new school year will start in just over a month. Here are important dates in the 2014-15 calendar for Chesterfield County Public Schools: Classes begin Sept. 2, the first Tuesday after Labor Day, and end June 12. Nov. 4 is a parent-teacher conference day. Thanksgiving break is Nov. 26-28. Winter break is Dec. 22-Jan. 2. Spring break is April 6-10. Students will be dismissed three hours early on seven days to provide teachers professional deve…