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Message from the Principal

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.

Sincerely,
Mrs. Heather Gentry, Principal
Heather_Gentry@ccpsnet.net

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Recent News from #oneCCPS

December 4th, 2019

Chesterfield County Public Schools launches Hall of Fame

Over the course of 150-plus years, Chesterfield County Public Schools have been served by outstanding people. Whether it’s teachers, administrators, support staff or community volunteers, our nationally recognized school division has been supported by individuals who have given their time and talents to impact our students’ education in a meaningful way. In recognition of this … Read More

November 19th, 2019

Free literacy conference

Save the date! Chesterfield County Public Schools will be hosting a free literacy conference for Region 1 educators on Jan. 18, 2020! Breakout sessions will include topics geared toward administrators, elementary and secondary English teachers, ESL teachers, special education teachers, and literacy leaders. The keynote speaker, who will be announced soon, is a popular literacy leader.

November 14th, 2019

Six Chesterfield educators receive 2019 R.E.B Awards for Teaching Excellence

The Community Foundation for a greater Richmond and the R.E.B. Foundation recognized six Chesterfield County teachers with 2019 R.E.B. Awards for Teaching Excellence during a regional ceremony earlier this week. Five additional Chesterfield County teachers were recognized as award finalists.

These 11 Chesterfield County teachers will receive almost $70,000 in professional development grants. Nearly 30 outstanding public school teachers from across the region were selected as honorees.