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Matoaca Elementary School

CHESTERFIELD COUNTY SCHOOLS

RECENT NEWS
A MESSAGE FROM THE PRINCIPAL

The faculty and I are so excited to serve the Matoaca Community this year.  We believe in partnering together to provide the best possible education for our students. We are committed to every student growing, academically and socially, to become infinite learners and contributing members of our community.  

This year we are 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 will continue our Tribe System, where we are focusing on positive behaviors.  Your child will be sorted into Mattoponi-orange, Chickahominy-blue, Monacan-green, Nansemond-yellow or Pamunkey-purple.  We are 5 Tribes…1 Village on TRACK!!! (T-take responsibility, R-respect, A-attitude, C-citizenship and K-kindness)

Our website, calendar and social media accounts will have important events and dates published.  If you wish to volunteer, please contact the school office, your child’s teacher or the PTA. Our PTA has many wonderful events planned this year.  We encourage you to join and support our PTA.  

Let’s make this year the best one yet!

Melanie Jasinkiewicz, Principal
Follow us on social media:
Facebook: Matoaca Elementary Community
Twitter: @matoacaES

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