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The Code of Virginia requires that a school division provide 990 instructional hours during the course of one school year. State funding can be withheld if a school division does not meet this state law. To date, Chesterfield County students have missed six full instructional days and have had a two-hour delay. As a result… Full Article

Chesterfield County Public Schools recently received the 2017 Greater Richmond Fit4Kids Trailblazer Award. The school division was selected because of the adoption of a comprehensive School Board wellness policy that includes physical, psychological and social-emotional well-being. “Medical research has linked physical activity to immediate and long-term benefits associated with healthy lifestyles and academic performance,” Bermuda… Full Article

The Community Foundation and the R.E.B. Foundation recognized five Chesterfield County Public Schools teachers with 2017 R.E.B. Awards for Teaching Excellence during a regional ceremony Monday night. Seven other Chesterfield County teachers were recognized as finalists for the award. Together, these 12 Chesterfield County teachers will receive approximately $38,650 in professional development grants. The educators… Full Article

Balloons, banners and flowers filled the classrooms of three teachers at Chesterfield County schools today as School Board members and school division leaders announced the 2018 Teachers of the Year for elementary, middle and high and the countywide Teacher of the Year at surprise celebrations during national Teacher Appreciation Week. Kyle King is Chesterfield County… Full Article

Using project-based learning, blended learning and service learning, Chesterfield County Public Schools is preparing 59,000+ students to thrive in a rapidly changing world. This video illustrates how those three instructional strategies come together at Tomahawk Creek Middle School.