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2016 countywide redistricting proposal was not acted on by the School Board; considered too disruptive based on the number of students it proposed to move.
At that time, the School Board acknowledged the likelihood of redistricting when replacement and/or renovated schools were built and opened.
Old Hundred Elementary would open at approximately 62 percent capacity, allowing for future growth.
Watkins, Swift Creek, Evergreen and Woolridge students would be transitioned to Old Hundred
Additional changes to nearby school attendance zones would be made to balance enrollments, improve operational efficiency and provide cleaner boundaries.


Innovative classroom settings and authentic, real-life lessons are being credited with helping keep Chesterfield County Public Schools students engaged in school and graduating within the expected four-year timeframe. Chesterfield County Public Schools’ on-time graduation rate increased 0.7 percentage points to 90.9 percent for the Class of 2018. Eight of the school division’s 10 comprehensive high… Full Article


Residents in the Crestwood Elementary School community and attendance zone are encouraged to vote today to help Chesterfield County Public Schools determine the façade for the replacement school that will open in Fall 2021.
Demolition of the existing school facility and construction of the replacement school, approved in the 2013 school bond referendum, will begin in Fall 2019.
Crestwood Elementary-area residents are invited to visit the school division’s website, mychesterfieldschools.com, to review a construction presentation that includes multiple options for front entrance design and brick color.


Experience the drums, horns, dance teams and precision moves of every high school marching band in Chesterfield County at the annual marching band exhibition, which will start at 6:30 p.m. Oct. 2 at Thomas Dale High School, 3626 W. Hundred Road. Admission is free. The event will open with Carver, Elizabeth Davis, Falling Creek and… Full Article


Falling Creek Middle regained full accreditation status and all other Chesterfield County schools maintained full accreditation status, making all Chesterfield County schools fully accredited by the Virginia Department of Education for the first time since the 2012-13 school year. These 61 schools are fully accredited for the 2018-19 school year: Elementary schools –Bellwood, Bensley, Beulah,… Full Article


Parents and teen drivers are invited to the Come Home Alive safe driving program. With the goal of reducing car crashes and saving lives, the program brings together parents, students, school officials, law enforcement representatives and community members. Stressing the influence that parents have on teen drivers, Come Home Alive complements the driver education course… Full Article


Residents in the Harrowgate Elementary School community and attendance zone are encouraged to vote today to help Chesterfield County Public Schools determine the façade for the replacement school that will open in Fall 2021.
Demolition of the existing school facility and construction of the replacement school, approved in the 2013 school bond referendum, will begin in Fall 2019.


Residents in the Reams Elementary School community and attendance zone are encouraged to vote today to help Chesterfield County Public Schools determine the façade for the replacement school that will open in Fall 2021.

Demolition of the existing school facility and construction of the replacement school, approved in the 2013 school bond referendum, will begin in Fall 2019.


Chesterfield County Public School Prekindergarten announces the sponsorship of the Child and Adult Care Food Program (CACFP). The same meals will be available at no separate charge to all participants at each CACFP facility without regard to race, color, national origin, sex, disability, age or reprisal or retaliation for prior civil rights activity in any… Full Article


WHAT: School Board members and Interim Superintendent Donald Fairheart will be visiting several schools throughout Chesterfield County on Sept. 4, the first day of the 2018-19 school year. From greeting students as the arrive off of the buses and visiting classrooms to eating lunch in the cafeteria, Chesterfield County Public Schools leaders will be taking… Full Article