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Message from the Principal

Crestwood! Tucked away in a park-like setting, we are the best kept secret in Chesterfield County! Our three “big ideas” for school improvement reflect our educational philosophy:

  • We teach the whole child~~Academics, Art, Social, Emotional, Environmental, Sustainability, and Giving Back to the Community.
  • We teach a growth mindset~~Smart is something you can get, not something that you are.
  • We use assessment to improve teaching, learning, and leadership~~We don’t test just to test!

Come catch the spirit of Crestwood!

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How many licks does it take to get to the center of a tootsie roll pop? Learning about variables and constants with 5th grade #blessedprincipal #livethecrest

Crestwood loves celebrating International Dot Day @peterhreynolds #DotDay2022 #ccpsinfo #theartsmatter

Thank you @UnitedWayGRP for the 100 book kits! We are so excited to share these with our monarchs #blessedprincipal #livethecrest @jeniparsons1220

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Recent News from #oneCCPS

September 23rd, 2022

Join us for Coffee + Conversation

Parents and caregivers are invited for Coffee + Conversation, free virtual sessions 1-2 p.m. offering helpful information. Register for the sessions that most interest you. Coffee + Conversation is hosted by CCPS Family and Community Engagement Office and Chesterfield County Prevention Services.

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September 23rd, 2022

100 percent of Chesterfield County schools are accredited

The Virginia Department of Education announced yesterday that every Chesterfield County school is accredited for the 2022-23 school year. This is the first time since COVID-19 that Virginia has used Standards of Learning pass rates to assess school accreditation. In 2018-19, which was the last school year accreditation was assessed in Virginia, 100% of Chesterfield […]

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September 22nd, 2022

Groundbreaking marks the start of new Falling Creek Middle

School and county leaders broke ground today on a replacement building for Falling Creek Middle School. Virginia Public School Authority bonds are being used to finance the new building, which is expected to cost about $100 million and open for the 2024-25 school year. The new building will accommodate up to 1,800 students and is […]

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