Welcome to Spring Run Elementary School and our wonderful school family. Our entire school community is dedicated and focused on providing an engaging and relevant education that prepares our students to adapt and thrive in a rapidly changing world. We work together with students, parents, staff and community partnerships to help our students achieve academic success.
I have been the principal of this school since July 1, 2013. Previously, I was the principal of J.A. Chalkley for six years. Before working in Chesterfield County I was an elementary school principal for three years in Wallingford, CT, an elementary school assistant principal in Lincoln, RI and an elementary classroom teacher in grades 5, 4, 2 and Kindergarten in CT and PA for thirteen years. I graduated with my administrative degree from the University of CT, my masters degree is in elementary education from Boston University and my undergraduate degree is from the University of Massachusetts at Amherst. I currently reside in Midlothian with my wife, four children and our dog Max. I enjoy spending time with my family, reading, music, and travel.
At Spring Run we make decisions based on the best interests of children. We believe children need and deserve opportunities to learn and grow academically, emotionally, socially. If you have any questions that I can help you with please contact me at 639-6352 or via email at christopher_hart.
Mr. Christopher Hart
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