The Matoaca Middle School PTA is asking families, friends and neighbors for shoes they are no longer wearing. The collection will help raise much needed funds for the schools PTA. Collections will continue through October 25.
B/Active is a fitness program at L.C. Bird High School. The “B” in the name, naturally, stands for Bird. This is a physical activity program dedicated to the students and staff in the mornings from 6:30-7:10 a.m. on Tuesdays and Thursdays.
Curtis Elementary kindergarten and first grade students welcomed the Lysol Healthy Habits Bus to their school recently and had the opportunity to become “Certified Healthy Habits Heroes” after completing a tour of the bus.
The percentage of students graduating in four years from Chesterfield County Public Schools continues to increase and outpace the state average, according to information released recently by the Virginia Department of Education.
The Chesterfield Public Education Foundation is pleased to announce the recipients of its 2014 Bravo!Awards recognizing outstanding professional achievements of Chesterfield County Public School Alumni.
The Mazda Foundation Board of Trustees has approved a grant of $10,000 to the Virginia State University Foundation. The Mazda Foundation grant will support five undergraduate scholarships in the amount of $2,000 each for the following: two Accounting/Finance students; two Marketing students; and one Engineering student.
Every school within Chesterfield County Public Schools is accredited for the 2014-15 school year, according to information released by the Virginia Department of Education. The school division is one of the largest in Virginia with no schools denied accreditation.
Stand in a room with Dr. Edward E. “Ted” Raspiller for five minutes, and you’ll quickly discover three things: his unwavering love for education – especially the concept of life-long learning; his passion for preparing students for the evolving workforce