Hello Providence Middle School Families,
I am honored to continue to serve the Providence Middle School Community as Principal. I have always credited my success in life to my access to a quality education. I make it my goal everyday to provide every Providence student with the same valuable learning experiences that empowered me to succeed.
Although I grew up in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and attended a University called Slippery Rock, I’ve now called Chesterfield, Virginia home for the past 15 years. After teaching history and social studies for nine years at Matoaca High School, I’ve proudly served as the dean, assistant principal, and associate principal of Providence Middle school over the past six years. Regardless of where I’ve lived or worked, I’ve always believed that providing a safe environment and supporting exceptional instruction can create opportunities for every child.
We have three goals for every Providence Middle School student:
I invite you to join our Parent Teacher Association (PTA) and attend our monthly meetings to help chart the path forward for Providence Middle School. Our PTA provides support to our students and staff throughout the year. I personally attend every PTA meeting in order to support this great resource, but also to be accessible to you!
Additionally, please look for the weekly community message, “Positively Providence” posted on our website, communicated via Parent Link, and on social media. Please follow our school on Twitter and Facebook @PVMSrams using the hashtag #positivelyProvidence and follow me @MJRodney21 for all things Positively Providence.
I am so excited to get to work for you and your child as Providence Middle School’s principal.
Sincerely, Michael-Jon Rodney
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To meet the needs of children during COVID-19 school closures, Chesterfield County Public Schools continue to provide meals for children for pick-up without charge and regardless of race, color, national origin, sex, age or disability and without discrimination. Meals will be provided on a first-come, first-served basis at the sites and times listed below.
Please note these important updates to the distribution of meals:
Children do not have to be present to pick up meals. To pick up meals without a child present, please tell the staff member your child’s first and last names and age.
On Monday, three days of meals will be provided; On Thursday, four days of meals will be provided for each child.
No meal service is available on Tuesday, Wednesday, or Friday.