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Message from the Principal

Message from the Principal:

Welcome to Ecoff Elementary! I am honored to continue to lead and serve in a school with such a rich history of family tradition and academic excellence.

The positive relationships between students, teachers, families and Ecoff community creates a culture of teamwork and empowerment. I’d like to say “thank you” for your continued support and partnership.

As your Principal, it is important to me that each person who enters the doors feels as welcomed and excited to be here as I do. This year offers new opportunities to grow and learn. Our school is implementing Caring School Communities which is a curriculum designed to assist students in learning social emotional skills that help foster strong relationships, critical thinking, problem solving skills, and overall positive attitudes which bring about successful citizenship. We continue to follow our PRIDE model with an emphasis on excellence where our students are striving to be the best readers, mathematicians, scientists, historians, artists, musicians, and more each and every day! The caring attitude and hard work of our students and staff is what truly brings life to our school. We look forward to enriched learning experiences that challenge each of us to truly “Make the Day Matter.” Again, welcome!

Sincerely,
Kristin Tait

@EcoffElementary

My kinders are ROCKING IT learning how to use our chromebooks! #oneccps

Meet the 2021 Bravo! Award winners. The Chesterfield Education Foundation is honoring six accomplished alumni of Chesterfield County Public Schools (https://bit.ly/3xYMPUF). Today, we congratulate Heather Russell, @EcoffElementary Elementary K-5 STEAM resource teacher. #oneCCPS

Mr. Carter and his helper were all smiles today with our new pottery wheels. #believeinTeam #TribePride

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