As we transition into the 2020-2021 school year, our staff is prepared to continue our focus on developing the whole child, with special attention to the social and emotional supports our students will need as we continue to navigate the climate of this pandemic. We will continue the work we’ve done to ensure that Clover Hill High School stands as an inclusive school community of learners, who recognize and celebrate the value of each student. Our faculty and staff remain committed to fostering a culturally responsive environment where our students are not only safe, but also cared for and connected to trusted adults and peers. While we believe relationships are the key to sustaining this healthy school culture and unlocking our students’ potential, we aim to enhance the deeper-learning experiences and access to rigorous curriculum to ensure life readiness for each of our Cavaliers. We believe the deeper learning framework (critical thinking, creative thinking, communication, collaboration, citizenship) instills the knowledge, skills and dispositions our students need to be ready for the high-wage, high-demand careers of the future, no matter which pathway they choose after high school. I look forward to a new year at The Hill and continuing our work to increase family engagement and strengthen our community partnerships.
Artwork, poetry, fiction and nonfiction created by students in grades 6-12 join together in our digital literary magazine, Write Now! Two editions are available online, allowing people across the world to enjoy the work of Chesterfield County Public Schools students....Read Full Article
Chesterfield County school and community leaders today held a ribbon-cutting ceremony for the new Ettrick Elementary School. This is one of the projects approved by Chesterfield County voters through the 2013 school bond referendum. Budgeted for $33.76 million, the new Ettrick Elementary was completed on time and under budget. Video of the ribbon-cutting ceremony will […]...Read Full Article
Chesterfield County school and community leaders today held a ribbon-cutting ceremony for the new Reams Road Elementary School. This is one of the projects approved by Chesterfield County voters through the 2013 school bond referendum. Budgeted for $35.49 million, the new Reams Road Elementary was completed on time and under budget. Video of the ceremony […]...Read Full Article