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WHALEcome to Beulah Elementary School, home of the Whales!   I am so very proud and honored to serve as the principal of this incredible school.  Beulah Elementary is a true school family where faculty, parents, and community collaboratively support each other for the overall educational success of our students.

Beulah students display a strong work ethic and rise to meet the high expectations of faculty and parents.  Our faculty is highly trained and skilled to meet every student’s needs and ensure academic, physical, and social emotional growth and success.  We are proud to have an active PTA and community partners that give their time, energy, and gifts to support and nurture our students and faculty.

Our school is fully accredited by VDOE standards, and we know it is through the great work of all Beulah stakeholders that are children are academically thriving.  Our we believe wholeheartedly in our school theme, “All Hands on Deck!”  Our students benefit the most from having all stakeholders engage in supporting all of their needs, from educational to physical to social-emotional.  It takes all hands on deck to accomplish the main goal of growing our students to reach their maximum potential.

This school year will be a very special one indeed as we transition into our new school building for the 2018-19 school year.  The new school is located at 5441 Beulah Road.  Again, this move will require all hands on deck to ensure we preserve the great culture of our school and begin to make new memories and traditions.

We will continue to focus on employing effective teaching and learning strategies to meet the diverse needs of our students; creating more student leadership opportunities; and building strong partnerships with our stakeholders.

Sincerely,

Christina Allen-Roach, Ed.D
Beulah Principal

@beulahwhales

Kindness Delivery by Jennifer Langford, bus driver for Beulah. Thank you, Mrs. Langford and friends of your church, for loving on our students! #beulahwhales https://youtu.be/4pcwrBJDOWk via @YouTube

When bus driver, Jennifer Langford, decided to take up a new hobby, she had no idea that it would impact the children on her bus route to Beulah Elementary School. We love how much our bus drivers care for our #oneCCPS students! Thank you for all you do! #KindnessMatters

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Recent News from #oneCCPS

April 3rd, 2020

Moving forward with instruction

Team Chesterfield families, Our school buildings may be closed and in-person teaching may have been stopped, but student learning opportunities continue. We appreciate our families’ patience as we adapt to this temporary new norm and continue to receive updated guidance from the state. The Virginia Department of Education has encouraged local school divisions to identify … Read More

April 2nd, 2020

Grading Overview

Team Chesterfield families,

As we receive new guidance daily from the state and federal levels, Chesterfield County Public Schools continues to adjust plans for the remainder of the 2019-20 school year. Please keep in mind that while school buildings are closed for in-person instruction, learning continues. Our role now is to continue to prepare students for success in the 2020-21 academic year to the best of our ability.

Today’s communication includes information about grading. We apologize in advance for the length of this message, but want to be as clear as possible about our work and expectations related to it.

This guidance has been provided by the Virginia Department of Education: “Whereas the VDOE recognizes that decisions on grades are a local decision, the VDOE does not recommend grading work completed during the closures since schools are closed.”

April 2nd, 2020

April 14 School Board Meeting Format Modified

Attendance rules set in accordance with COVID-19 health precautions CHESTERFIELD COUNTY, VA — The format for the April 14 School Board business meeting has been modified to help mitigate the spread of the novel coronavirus or COVID-19. The changes are designed to accommodate public input while encouraging residents to continue to stay at home and … Read More