Monthly Archives: July 2015

Meeting notices 7-29-15

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Members of the Chesterfield County School Board may attend a graduation ceremony for students who completed high school during summer session. The graduation ceremony begins at 10 a.m. Aug. 8 in the auditorium of Cosby High School, 14300 Fox Club Parkway. The Chesterfield County Joint County-Schools Employee Benefits Committee, which includes members of the Chesterfield …Read More


Top honors from Virginia High School League

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Midlothian High again wins Wells Fargo Cup for Group 4A For the second year in a row, Midlothian High School won the top spot in Group 4A competition of the Virginia High School League. Each year, the Wells Fargo Cup goes to the school in each group classification that achieves the best overall record in …Read More


Chesterfield County Public Schools publications win national recognition

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Chesterfield County Public Schools won five awards in the publications and electronic media competition of the National School Public Relations Association, which had almost 1,000 entries: The 2014-15 parent handbook won an Award of Excellence in the handbook category. Only three of these top awards were presented nationwide in this category. Here’s a link to …Read More


Don’t wait! Now is the time enroll in Chesterfield schools

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Schools open Sept. 8 — that’s 50 days from now. Is your child registered? Help your child have the best possible start to the new school year by registering now with Chesterfield County Public Schools. Registering sooner rather than later helps middle and high school students get into the classes they want. Registering now helps …Read More


Meeting notice 7-14-2015

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The Chesterfield County School Board will hold a special called meeting at 3:30 p.m. July 20 in the boardroom of the School Administration Building, 9900 Krause Road, to hear an update on the construction action plan presented May 12.


Two with ties to Chesterfield County Public Schools win Presidential Award for Excellence in teaching

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Two teachers with ties to Chesterfield County Public Schools are Virginia’s representatives among 108 educators named by President Barack Obama as recipients of the Presidential Award for Excellence in Mathematics and Science Teaching. Regarded as the nation’s top honor for mathematics and science teachers, the award recognizes teachers who develop and implement high-quality instructional programs …Read More