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Anticipating openings in several critical needs areas during the 2019-20 school year, Chesterfield County Public Schools is searching for educators with a strong academic background and a passion for preparing students for success!Highly qualified candidates seeking to work with Team Chesterfield as teachers of special education, English as a Second Language, secondary mathematics, secondary science, world languages, career and technical education, and family and consumer science are encouraged to apply to be interviewed during a March 22 recruitment event. We’re also recruiting nurses, school counselors, psychologists and social workers.

The School Board unanimously approved on Feb. 12 an elementary school redistricting plan for the Bermuda District that will balance student enrollments, alleviate overcrowding at some elementary schools and begin to create more neighborhood-friendly feeder patterns within the Bermuda District. “The opening of a replacement Enon Elementary School during the 2018-19 school year afforded us… Full Article

The Chesterfield County School Board is seeking comments from parents, employees and the community about the proposed calendar for 2017-18, which is available online at Comments may be emailed to or mailed to Proposed Calendar, Chesterfield County Public Schools, P.O. Box 10, Chesterfield, VA 23832. Comments will be accepted through Jan. 4. The… Full Article

CCPS MEMORANDUM #112 (2016)               December 13, 2016 TO:   School Board FROM:  Dr. James F. Lane Superintendent SUBJECT: First Review of the 2017-18 School  Calendar PERTINENT INFORMATION: Chesterfield County Public Schools proposed calendar for the 2017-18 school year includes 180 student days, beginning September 5, 2017, the first Tuesday after Labor… Full Article

Virginia law requires that all students entering sixth-grade have a tetanus, diphtheria, pertussis (Tdap) booster immunization prior to entry into school. Additionally, all new students enrolling into grades seven, eight, and nine must also have a Tdap booster dose. Parents of current fifth-graders should review their children’s immunization records to determine if the student needs to get… Full Article

The Chesterfield County School Board is seeking comments from parents, students, employees and the community about the proposed calendar for 2016-17, which is available online at Also available online is a form to use to submit comments about the proposed calendar. Here are direct links to the proposed 2016-17 calendar and the online form for… Full Article

The Chesterfield County Purchasing Department today announced a notice of award to SSC Service Solutions for custodial services during the 2015-16 school year. The notice was made after a six-person evaluation committee recommended that Chesterfield County Public Schools negotiate a contract with SSC Service Solutions. A contract with the national cleaning firm is expected to… Full Article

Medication Pick-up Information for Parents As school closes for the year, medications provided to the school clinic for a student must be picked up by the student’s parent.  All medications must be available for your student’s use as needed through the last day of school, June 12.  From June 12-18, all student medications including over… Full Article

Dear Students, Parents, Teachers and Administrators: In an unprecedented effort, organizations across America are underwriting free admission to the Academy Award-nominated film Selma for students across the country. #SelmaforStudents is designed to expose students to the history associated with the civil rights challenges of the past so that Americans can build a stronger future. Started… Full Article

State law requires that all sixth-grade students have a Tdap shot. Rising sixth-grade students will not be allowed to attend middle school next year if they have not received a booster dose of Tdap vaccine, a vaccination that helps prevent tetanus, diphtheria and pertussis. The Chesterfield County Health Department will be providing Tdap vaccinations to… Full Article