I am so excited for another great year at Bon Air Elementary! My background in education includes eleven years as an elementary teacher in 3rd and 4th grade, an assistant principal at a primary school, three years as a principal at an intermediate school, and I am in my second year as principal at Bon Air Elementary. I have a bachelor’s degree in elementary education with a minor in special education, a master’s degree in Administration and Supervision from Regent University, and I am currently finishing my doctoral degree in instructional leadership through the College of William and Mary. I strongly believe in the power of relationships. Our theme at Bon Air is: Growing a village, one relationship at a time. My door is always open, and I am always willing to help. I am looking forward to building on the successes we experienced last year as we focus on relationships that will benefit our students and our school for many years to come.
Mrs. Heather Gentry, Principal
The Chesterfield County School Board will hold a series of budget work sessions to unpack funding requests made within the Superintendent’s Proposed Fiscal Year 2021 operating budget. Each budget work session is scheduled to start at 4 p.m. in the large conference room at the School Administration Building, located at 9900 Krause Road. Agendas for … Read More
The Chesterfield County School Board is seeking comments from parents, employees and the community about the proposed calendars for 2020-21, which is available online at mychesterfieldschools.com.
The School Board is scheduled to vote Feb. 11 on the 2020-21 calendar, as well as the 2020-21 year-round school calendar for Bellwood and Falling Creek elementary schools.
Comments may be emailed to email@example.com by Feb. 4 .
The proposed calendars for 2020-21 accompany this news release; here are some highlights:
The National Forum to Accelerate Middle-Grades Reform seeks to improve academic and developmental outcomes for all students in the middle grades annually by identifying schools that exemplify best practices, promote effective policies, develop leadership, and engage their community. This national group of educators is committed to promoting academic achievement and the best practices that go into engaging students, helping them achieve and celebrating the healthy development of our young people.
Providence Middle School last week joined the ranks of Chesterfield County schools to be honored with the national Schools to Watch designation. There are now seven Chesterfield County middle schools with this honor.