Enon Elementary is an award winning community school regularly honored by the state for academic excellence. For over 80 years, Enon has served the Chester community. Many times generations have been educated at Enon with students’ parents and/or grandparents having attended Enon. The community investment in our school and the long standing traditions truly make Enon Elementary a special place. Our mission at Enon Elementary is to provide quality instruction that will foster high levels of academic performance in a safe and nurturing environment. Through the combined commitment of faculty, staff, home and community, we enable all students to become responsible citizens. Our school blends the best of traditional education programming with cutting edge 21st century learning. Enon serves as a leader in Positive Behavior Intervention Support (PBIS) with our school wide PRIDE program and as a Project Based Learning (PBL) school. Additionally, Enon implements the Caring School Community program, which is a curriculum that fosters the social and emotional skills students need to thrive. Through positive relationships and a drive to see every student succeed, Enon embodies the spirit of a neighborhood school where everyone matters and everyone makes a difference. At Enon Elementary, we all belong!
Chesterfield County Public Schools will hold Kindergarten Registration Day for the Class of 2033 on April 16 from 9 a.m.-7 p.m.
Families of incoming kindergarten students are strongly encouraged to preregister, completing required paperwork online for free and saving time on the actual Kindergarten Registration Day.
The Chesterfield County School Board approved the 2020-21 school year calendars during its February business meeting, expressing its appreciation to those who provided feedback and input throughout the calendar adoption process and noting that several changes had been made due to constituents’ voices.
Notable changes from the original draft presented in January include: moving parent-teacher conference day to earlier in November; reinstating Presidents Day as a student/staff holiday; and making the Friday before Spring Break a full-day holiday for students and staff instead of a three-hour early release.
Approximately 45,000 households entrust their most precious possessions – more than 63,000 children – to Chesterfield County Public Schools daily. Strong academic performance, a variety of course selections and outstanding teachers, support staff and administrators continue to drive family interest in Chesterfield County Public Schools. The reputation of the county’s schools often inspires families to … Read More