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Minutes with Merv: Promote Respect

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Minutes With Merv videos provide fast facts to help Chesterfield County Public Schools parents. This video focuses on preventing bullying, specifically the proactive Promote Respect program.

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Make sure your child’s Chromebook is ready

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Prepare now for a great start to the new school year by making sure your child’s Chromebook is working. Here’s what to do: Locate your child’s Chromebook and charger. Plug in the Chromebook, and charge it up. Check for major damage. If your Chromebook is damaged or not working, then the technology team has scheduled […]

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Minutes with Merv – Registration

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Minutes With Merv videos provide fast facts to help Chesterfield County Public Schools parents. This video focuses on registering students who have not previously attended Chesterfield County Public Schools. After watching the video, go to https://bit.ly/CCPSreg for helpful links.

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Summer meals update

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With the passage of the federal Keep Kids Fed Act, #oneCCPS schools are expanding summer meal options for children 1-18 years old: An updated list of summer breakfast and lunch sites is available here: https://bit.ly/3chqhJb. Children no longer have to eat breakfasts and lunches on site. Parents or guardians can pick up meals on behalf […]

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Virginia Sports Hall of Fame Student-Athlete Achivement Awards Scholarship Application

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Scholarship: Virginia Sports Hall of Fame: Student-Athlete Achievement Awards Criteria: The Hall of Fame aims to recognize junior and senior student-athletes from Virginia’s high schools that excel academically, and engage in their communities. Students must attend a Virginia high school (public/private) Students must be a junior or senior during the academic year of 2022 – […]

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Fall Sport Tryouts

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Parents and Players Please review information for FALL SPORTS tryouts on our school atletic website https://midlothian.rschoolteams.com/. Please contact the appropriate coach for more information. 7/26 – Golf Tryouts 08/01 – Cross Country 08/01 – Field Hockey 08/01 – Girls Volleyball 08/01 – Boys Volleyball 08/01 – Football Note: Cheer/Dance Complete An updated and completed VHSL […]

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Minutes with Merv – Transportation

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Minutes With Merv videos provide fast facts to help Chesterfield County Public Schools parents. This video focuses on buses, transportation plans and ParentVUE. All families are asked to update student transportation info: https://bit.ly/3AEtY5w.

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Make a video! Thank a teacher!

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Hey, students! How about making a video to thank your teacher? Chesterfield County Public Schools is collecting short videos (about 20 seconds long) of PK-12 students telling teachers about the difference they make. The videos will be part of a back-to-school event for teachers and may be used on social media too. Follow this link […]

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New students register for school

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Children entering kindergarten this fall or older students who are new to Chesterfield County should register as soon as possible with Chesterfield County Public Schools. School registration details are easy to find at bit.ly/CCPSreg. That site includes lots of helpful links, including a find-my-school widget, school supply lists and transportation details. It’s summer break now, but […]

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2022 Graduations!

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Feel the joy and sense of accomplishment of the class of 2022! More than 4,700 Chesterfield County students received high school diplomas this spring. The class of 2022 received millions of dollars in scholarships and earned thousands of career and tech ed credentials. More than half of 2022 graduates achieved advanced diplomas.

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School physicals and immunizations

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Families are encouraged to act now to take advantage of opportunities to prepare for the next school year: Details in English about school/sports physicals Details in Spanish about school/sports physicals Details in English about June 25 clinic for state-required immunizations Details in Spanish about June 25 clinic for state-required immunizations

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MDHS 2022-23 Supply List

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Free summer meals for Chesterfield children

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Chesterfield County schools are among the places offering free summer meals for children 1-18 years old. Breakfast and lunch will be available Monday through Thursday from June 27 through July 21 at summer school sites. Texting “food” or “comida” to 304-304 provides information about nearby meal sites. Get more information at mychesterfieldschools.com.

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Summer Assignments

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CCPS: Safety is our top priority

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School safety is our top priority in Chesterfield County Public Schools School safety is our top priority Staff are trained to evaluate and respond to potential disturbances CCPS works in many ways to maintain a safe learning environment We are all partners in safety Dear colleagues, parents and guardians, When tragic and senseless events occur […]

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Midlo Girls Basketball Youth Camp

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The Girls Basketball Team is bringing back our week of Youth Camp this Summer! It will take place Monday, June 13th through Thursday, June 16th from 9:00 A.M. to 1:00 P.M in the Main Gym at Midlo High School. This camp will be for any girl who is a rising 3rd through 8th grader, and […]

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2022 Graduation Video

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Personal finance instruction achieves recognition

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Working in Support of Education, a national nonprofit also known as W!SE, in April recognized Chesterfield County Public Schools in three ways for instruction in personal finance for the 2020-21 school year: 100 Best W!SE High SchoolsThree of the nation’s top 100 W!SE high schools are in Chesterfield County Public Schools: Cosby, Thomas Dale and […]

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Time to register for kindergarten for 2022-23

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Now is the time to sign up for kindergarten for the 2022-23 school year. This video gives an overview in English and in Spanish, and the first step is to preregister at bit.ly/CCPSkinder. Bonus: Check out this free, in-person opportunity for any child who will be in kindergarten this fall. We’re offering a school readiness program this summer for […]

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Straight talk about schools

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Chesterfield County Public Schools is on the go, connecting with students, families and community members where they are. We’re rolling out a brand-new Speakers Bureau as part of this outreach. Through in-person presentations to community groups, the Speakers Bureau shares in a lively way the work of #oneCCPS. To get a speaker for your group, just […]

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Join us for Coffee+Conversation!

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

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Resources for learning at home

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Can learning continue when school is closed or when students are at home? Of course! Here are ideas for keeping your child academically engaged at home: bit.ly/CCPShome.

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Custodians Needed – Apply Today

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COVID-19 vaccine for children

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Be a superhero and apply today!

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Not all superheroes wear capes: Some drive buses! School bus drivers make a difference in the lives of Chesterfield County children, and no one understands that better than our drivers and students.

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