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PRINCIPAL'S MESSAGE

For the past 51 years, Providence Middle School has served the Northern Chesterfield Community.  Although a lot has changed in the last 50+ years, at Providence Middle School, we still make it our goal everyday to provide every student with valuable learning experiences that empower them to be successful far beyond middle school.  We create opportunity for every child by providing a learning community that is safe and supportive of the whole child.

We have three goals for every Providence Middle School student:

  • First and foremost, we need to make sure that every student is safe and able to build positive relationships with other students and our staff.
  • Providence Middle School will continue to implement an instructional model that emphasizes personalized and individualized instruction for every Providence Middle School student.  
  • Lastly, as our community continues to grow and diversify, the Providence Middle School team is committed to making sure that we respond to and embrace our ever-changing world and work to dismantle the systemic racism within our society.  Providence Middle School is dedicated to enhancing our culture of inclusion that embraces students of all backgrounds.

Want to make an immediate difference in our community with minimal effort? I invite you to join our Parent Teacher Association (PTA) which support our students and staff and helps chart the path forward for Providence Middle School.

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Recent News from #oneCCPS

January 12th, 2022

Chesterfield School Board elects leaders and sets meetings

Bermuda District representative Ann Coker was elected chair of the Chesterfield County School Board last night during the board’s annual organizational meeting. Clover Hill District representative Dorothy Heffron was elected vice chair. The other School Board members are Debbie Bailey (Dale District), Ryan Harter (Matoaca District) and Kathryn Haines (Midlothian District). After her selection, Coker […]

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November 24th, 2021

Crestwood Elementary achieves national recognition

Crestwood Elementary School has been selected as a National ESEA Distinguished School. Each year, only two schools per state receive this prestigious designation. Chesterfield County Public Schools leaders announced the school’s award to students and staff members today during an outdoor assembly.

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November 8th, 2021

Six Chesterfield County educators receive 2021 R.E.B. Awards for Teaching Excellence

Chasing the northern lights. Researching Botticelli’s “Birth of Venus.” Exploring canals. Investigating manufacturing marvels. Learning how Scotland educates deaf students. Studying concert bands in Hawaii. These adventures in learning await six Chesterfield County teachers who were named 2021 R.E.B. Awards for Teaching Excellence winners and will receive almost $85,000 in professional development grants from the […]

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