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Chromebook Basics

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CCPS offers prekindergarten services

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¿Qué Pasa? Festival Cultural & Educational Celebration

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The Virginia Hispanic Foundation and Virginia Hispanic Chamber invite students and families to participate in their upcoming annual ¿Qué Pasa? Festival Cultural & Educational Celebration.  The festival series is virtual from May 3-7. Plan to celebrate Cinco De Mayo during the weeklong festival virtually, plus visit museums, experience a virtual vacation in a Latin American […]

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Get Ready for Kindergarten Newsletter

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FACE FWD Film Festival

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The Office of Family and Community Engagement will begin the annual FACE FWD Film Festival later this month. This presentations will be streamed live (registration is required) and will be followed by a panel discussion and question-and-answer session.  Registration links are limited, please use  the link on the website to register.   FACE FWD is a film series […]

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Student Daily Health Assessment

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Get Ready for Kindergarten Newsletter

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Now accepting applications for prekindergarten program

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Online Kindergarten preregistration is available now

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Attention Class of 2034: Online kindergarten registration for the 2021-22 school year is coming soon. Online preregistration, a list of frequently asked questions, and detailed information about the registration process is open now. Pre-register here

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Make sure you wear a mask!

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Know the symptoms of COVID-19

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COVID 19 – PROJECT RESTART

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Story Squad News!

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Wednesday Spotlight: Chesterfield Schools proposed budget advocates for differentiated funding to support school-based activities

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The per-student allocation given to schools to support discretionary spending for instructional supplies and academic supports would increase for the first time in more than 20 years, based on a proposal to invest nearly $3.4 million into Chesterfield County schools during the 2020-21 school year.

“We believe it’s time that the school division starts paying for more school-based instructional materials, student activities and field trips, and stops asking parents and teachers to fund these important components of the classroom learning experience,” Superintendent Dr. Merv Daugherty said. 

The additional funding in the proposed Fiscal Year 2021 operating budget would provide school-based leaders the opportunity to better differentiate resources while meeting the needs of a diverse community of learners. 

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