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Message from the Principal

Welcome to Wells Elementary School, home of the Wildcats!

At Wells, we are committed to providing a safe and nurturing environment where our Wildcats can learn and grow, academically and socially.

Our school is implementing Caring School Communities which is a curriculum designed to assist students in learning social emotional skills that help foster strong relationships, critical thinking, problem solving skills, and overall positive attitudes which bring about successful citizenship.

I am honored to be principal at Wells Elementary and am thankful for our strong community of families and teachers who make Wells such a great school.

Fritz Geissler
Principal

@CCWellsElem

We’re sailing into summertime next week! Our last week of school will be fun in the sun! Follow the spirit days below ☀️🕶

Love to see the students of @CCWellsElem participating in bike day #OneCCPS @StefankoB

REMINDER: Thursday, May 13 is a student and staff holiday. Schools and school division offices will be closed. Schools and school division offices ARE OPEN on Friday, May 14.

Shout to to our PTA for making our teachers feel the love this week ❤️

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Recent News from #oneCCPS

July 25th, 2022

Moseley Elementary completed on time and under budget to become 40th elementary school in Chesterfield County

School and community leaders today cut a blue ribbon to officially open Moseley Elementary School, the 40th elementary school of Chesterfield County Public Schools. Located in western Chesterfield County in the Matoaca District, the school encompasses 104,621 square feet with space for 900 students. Video of the ribbon-cutting ceremony is available on YouTube (ccpsva) and […]

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July 13th, 2022

Keep Kids Fed Act expands summer meal options

With the passage of the federal Keep Kids Fed Act, Chesterfield County schools are expanding summer meal options for children who are 1-18 years old: Children no longer have to eat breakfasts and lunches on site. Parents or guardians can pick up meals on behalf of their children. Curbside pickup of meal bundles is returning […]

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June 27th, 2022

Students: send us a video about your favorite teacher

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.

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