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Welcome to the 20-21 school year! When we closed our doors to students on March 13, 2020, we had no idea that it would be six months or longer before we got to see them again  Although we are not opening the school year in our traditional way, we are excited to connect with our students in the virtual environment. I never thought, starting my 27th year in education, that I would be opening a school year in this manner.  However, despite all the changes we have all experienced in 2020, there are some things that remain the same.

  • We have the best students in Chesterfield County.  Their commitment to learning and improving is unmatched.
  • We have the best families in Chesterfield County.  Our families continue to support us with their words and actions, and by setting high expectations for their students.
  • Our teaching staff is unparalleled.  They have spent all summer learning how to best teach in a virtual environment, and they are ready!
Our promise to you is to stand by you and support you, as we know how important your support will be.  Please reach out to us if you need help with virtual learning. This will be the best year ever!

As we strive for excellence, we will again focus on working as a TEAM this year, in the virtual setting, as well as when we return to face to face learning.

T- Treat everyone with respect.
E- Everyone follows directions.
A- Accept responsibility.
M- Make good choices.

Thank you for being on our TEAM.  Here’s to an amazing 20-21 school year.
Yours in Learning,
Ms.  Pereira


First graders rocked out another week of virtual 💻 learning! We love to see your work! #teamCurtis #thornsrockstars #firstgrade

Student teacher Ms. Harper teaching all about empathy!!!! #teamcurtis #burnettispaghetties #teachkindness #relationshipsmatter #oneccps

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September 18th, 2020

Culinary arts educator named regional Teacher of the Year

The proof is in the pudding, CTC@Courthouse’s Jurewicz lauded for her innovative teaching Whoever says you can’t have your cake and eat it too has certainly not yet met Chesterfield County Public Schools Culinary Arts educator Chef Sara Jurewicz. While teaching a virtual class this afternoon, Chef J and her students were surprised with the […]

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September 18th, 2020

Chromebook support and repair sites to continue Sept. 21-24

With more than 60,000 personal learning devices being used by students for virtual learning or CCPSOnline courses, Chesterfield County Public Schools will continue to provide support and repair opportunities Sept. 21-24. Monday, Sept. 21 8-9:30 a.m. at L.C. Bird High (10301 Courthouse Road) 3-4:30 p.m. at Monacan High (11501 Smoketree Drive) Tuesday, Sept. 22 8-9:30 […]

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September 18th, 2020

Meals service updates through Dec. 30

To meet the needs of children during COVID-19 school virtual learning, Chesterfield County Public Schools will continue to provide meals for children for pick up without charge and regardless of race, color, national origin, sex, age or disability and without discrimination.  Meals are provided on a first-come, first-served basis at the sites and times listed […]

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