Students win regional and state awards; two are headed to U.S. competition
Three more application sessions have been scheduled, and the deadline has been pushed back to June 9.
The free app — School Lunch by Nutrislice — can be downloaded for iPhones from Apple’s App Store and for Android phones from Google’s Play store.
Creative works by 11 Chesterfield County students won national recognition in the Scholastic Art and Writing Awards. Earlier this year in regional competition, 168 Chesterfield County students achieved a total of 86 Gold Keys, 93 Silver Keys and 133 honorable mentions. The Gold Key winners moved on to national competition, where these students won awards: …Read More
Chesterfield County students have missed nearly two weeks of instruction during the 2013-14 school year due to inclement weather. As a result of careful planning, our school division still meets Virginia Department of Education requirements for student attendance. We have spent considerable time reviewing and analyzing ways to provide additional instructional time, with all options …Read More
Chesterfield County Public Schools, the largest school division in central Virginia, is searching for educators with a strong academic background and a passion for preparing students for success.
Sixteen students from Chesterfield County Public Schools qualified via an online test to compete in the regional finals of the National History Bee.
All activities scheduled at Chesterfield County schools on Friday, Feb. 14, are canceled.
Students from a dozen Chesterfield County schools created art to help raise money for Noah’s Children, central Virginia’s pediatric palliative care and hospice program. Their art can be viewed online at secure.maestroweb.com/List.aspx?OrgID=1233&ItemCategory=Children’s+Art&Selection=0. The art is also on display through Feb. 9 at the Chesterfield location of the Children’s Museum of Richmond, 6629 Lake Harbour Drive …Read More
Because students have missed almost seven days of instruction due to bad weather, Chesterfield County Public Schools is eliminating a holiday and
two early-release days.
This year, 168 Chesterfield County students achieved a total of 86 Gold Keys, 93 Silver Keys and 133 honorable mentions.
This year’s top speller in Chesterfield County Public Schools is Callie Krumwiede, a seventh-grader at Midlothian Middle.
Nominate an outstanding teacher in your school for an R.E.B. Award of up to $12,000. Teachers from Chesterfield, Hanover, Henrico, Richmond City public schools and the Department of Juvenile Justice, Division of Education (in the metro Richmond area) are eligible. The R.E.B. awards are designed to identify, recognize, and support teaching excellence in the metropolitan …Read More
Librarian of the Year Photo shows Virginia’s Librarian of the Year Jeanie Graham (left) being congratulated by Lori Donovan, instructional specialist for library services for Chesterfield County Public Schools. Jeanie Graham, librarian at Bon Air Elementary who has worked in Chesterfield County Public Schools for 21 years, was named Virginia’s Librarian of the Year by …Read More