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College and Career Readiness Week

The 63 schools of Chesterfield County Public Schools will help the district’s 58,000-plus students envision and plan for their futures after high school during College and Career Readiness Week, which will take place Oct. 27 through Nov. 3.

Thomas Dale student attends HSD program, she says it changed her life forever

Holly Love, a senior at Thomas Dale High School, said her life has been changed forever by participating in a culture immersion program called High School Diplomats (HSD) this past summer and through her experiences she said, “My view of the world has changed and has opened my mind and heart to what other cultures can give.”

Art student, Megan Burt, design chosen out of 24 submissions

“Annie The Musical” is coming to Thomas Dale. See the hard work the Specialty Center and Thomas Dale music, dance, art and theatre departments have put into its fall show. “Annie” will play November 20-22 at 7 p.m. in the Thomas Dale main auditorium.

ARGS theatre students performed in Norfolk

Appomattox Regional Governor’s School performed Stephen Sondheim’s “Company” this past weekend in the JL Ruffa Performing Arts Center. The students will also be performing excerpts from the show at the Virginia Theatre Association annual conference in Norfolk, Va.

Donate Shoes to Benefit Matoaca Middle School PTA

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 Program a hit at L.C. Bird

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.

Lysol Healthy Habits Bus visits Curtis Elementary

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.

Chesterfield’s on-time graduation rate continues to rise

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.