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desplazar para español School safety is our top priority in Chesterfield County Public Schools School safety is our top priority Staff are trained to evaluate and respond to potential disturbances CCPS works in many ways to maintain a safe learning environment We are all partners in safety Dear colleagues, parents and guardians, When tragic and […]

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We have begun planning transportation routes for the 2022-23 school year. While it may seem early to be planning for the coming year, transportation planning is an ongoing process. All families are asked to update their student transportation information for the coming year if possible before the current school ends, even if your student will […]

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Meadowbrook High students pitched their business ideas to a panel of judges May 11 in the VCU da Vinci Center Shift Retail Lab in the final round of a Shark-Tank-style competition. Round 1 took place in April with more than 50 students in the Meadowbrook Academy for Developing Entrepreneurs pitching their businesses, then the top […]

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Residents in the community and anticipated attendance zone for the new west area middle school are encouraged to vote today to help Chesterfield County Public Schools choose the façade for the school. At its April meeting, the Chesterfield County Board of Supervisors approved the Capital Improvement Program for the district. The west area middle school […]

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Three Chesterfield County Public Schools teachers learned today that they are the district’s top Teachers of the Year for 2022-23: Vivian Rivera-Maysonet, Spanish resource teacher at Elizabeth Scott Elementary, is the Chesterfield County Teacher of the Year and Elementary School Teacher of the Year. Angela Bucek, collaborative special education teacher for sixth-grade math at Providence […]

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Hundreds of high school students connected with almost 80 potential employers at the first-ever job fair organized districtwide by Chesterfield County Public Schools. More than 450 high school students seeking short-term or long-term work spoke with employers in tourism, retail, construction, trades, education, health care, manufacturing and other areas. As students registered in advance to […]

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Richmond 34 member Elizabeth Johnson Rice (on right) spoke to Swift Creek Middle seventh graders recently. The Richmond 34 were Virginia Union University students who in 1960 marched from campus to Thalhimers downtown department store and staged a sit-in at the lunch counter in efforts to end segregation. Ms. Rice shared her experiences and encouraged […]

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Gates Elementary in Chesterfield County Public Schools is a leader in world language instruction and will host a dual language immersion showcase for the school community 6-7:30 p.m. April 28. Gates Elementary is the first elementary school in the nation to offer American Sign Language as a dual immersion program. This is year 3, with […]

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More than 50 students in the Meadowbrook Academy for Developing Entrepreneurs had 90 seconds each to pitch their products or services during a Shark Tank competition April 13. The top eight students will move on to round 2, which will take place in May at VCU. The top four students will receive $1,000 to turn […]

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Chesterfield County Public Schools will provide a $3,000 stipend for the 2022-23 school year for certain contracted positions at selected high-need schools in an effort to attract applicants. A job fair on April 26 will focus on filling these positions; job fair details are here: tinyurl.com/highneedsjobfair. “We have outstanding schools in Chesterfield County, and we […]

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