We would like to welcome you to Thelma Crenshaw Elementary School, home of the Cardinals. Our staff is committed to providing your child with the skills necessary for success in the future and for providing the best instructional program possible. We hope you will enjoy your visit to our web site and will find the pages informative and helpful.
Our enthusiastic teaching team takes pride in being actively involved in staff development, which allows them to meet the diverse needs of students enrolled at each grade level. Our instructional program encompasses classes in pre-kindergarten through fifth grade and serves approximately 700 terrific kids.
Our teachers work diligently to develop creative lessons which are designed to challenge students and broaden their knowledge in all academic areas. Integrating technology across curriculum areas has been one of the many successful methods that Crenshaw teachers use consistently to reach the wide range of student needs.
Teamwork is the foundation of an exemplary school. Our school flourishes due to the active involvement of our team members: students, parents, community, and staff.
In our efforts to make the school’s program effective, we understand and support the importance of a working partnership between home and school. This cooperative attitude will enhance your child’s educational experience. Please read and discuss the information contained in our handbook. You will find it to be an excellent resource throughout the school year. Together we can make this a memorable year for our students at Crenshaw Elementary!
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
Chesterfield County Public Schools today unveiled two vans designed to connect with students and families where they are: The bookmobile van will promote reading in neighborhoods around Falling Creek Middle and Meadowbrook High. Lisa Signorelli of Falling Creek Middle and Kristin Thrower of Meadowbrook High are the book ladies who have been making a difference […]...Read Full Article
Superintendent’s Memo 148-21 announces that the Virginia Department of Education (VDOE) is seeking public comment on its state plan under the American Rescue Plan (ARP) Act Elementary and Secondary School Emergency Relief (ESSER) fund. The VDOE requests input from the public on how funds retained at the state level should be used to assist school divisions […]...Read Full Article