Greetings! I am truly excited, and honored, to begin my second year as the Principal of Meadowbrook High School! I feel that my experiences as an administrator, teacher, coach, and research scientist have prepared me to support the students, faculty, families, and community of Meadowbrook. As an experienced educational leader, I believe that collective contributions to the learning environment, as well as the school culture and climate, will continue the great work that we have already begun at Meadowbrook High School. My personal work towards this end is grounded in my four main core values of growth, strength, opportunity, and most importantly, relationships.
More specifically, I believe that:
Here at Meadowbrook we pride ourselves on “sharing our passion through providing opportunities”. We aim daily to create an inclusive environment that allows for collaboration between students, faculty, parents and community. We believe that we can create and sustain through the following efforts:
In short, our goal is to create a school environment in which the windows of opportunity are opened for our students every day; one in which they are exposed to authentic learning experiences and can build an infinite learning mindset.We invite our parents and community to embark on this journey with us as we propel our students to greatness and beyond!
Dr. Marcie Rice Terry, Principal
In the spring of 2019, the School Board approved the inclusion of a new 360 West corridor elementary school in its already approved Capital Improvements Plan. This new elementary school, being built in the Magnolia Green neighborhood in the Matoaca District and scheduled to open in Fall 2022, will help relieve student enrollment capacity issues […]...Read Full Article
Chesterfield County Public Schools is proposing further expansion of Center-Based Gifted services at the elementary school level. During a presentation to the School Board on Oct. 27, the school division will propose increasing the number of CBG sites to 10 schools from six schools starting as early as the 2021-22 school year. “Gifted education reforms […]...Read Full Article
In addition to the broad spectrum of programs in each comprehensive high school, Chesterfield County Public Schools offers students the opportunity to participate in optional academic programs related to special academic interests. During their eighth-grade year, students can decide whether or not they wish to apply to a specialty center or Governor’s school. Starting Monday, […]...Read Full Article