From extremes, like hot dog stands in the hallways to practical fixes, like larger bathrooms and a new roof that does not leak, were among predictions sealed away in a student time capsule for Curtis Elementary 23 years ago.
Matoaca High School Advanced Fashion Marketing, and their teacher Heather Viar, visited Stony Point Fashion Park on October 18, to observe the variety of visual merchandising techniques utilized by the stores at Stony Point.
Bellwood Elementary School wrapped up a school-wide celebration of the Commonwealth’s Read Aloud To A Child Week recently with visitors arriving from CCPS central office, varsity athletes from L. C. Bird High School, eighth-graders from Salem Middle School’s Honors Institute and soldiers from Ft. Lee’s BOSS program reading their favorite books to the classes throughout the school.
The Thomas Dale High School Competition Cheering Squad is headed to VHSL State Competition. The squad took 4th place at a competitive 6A South regional competition Saturday, in Virginia Beach. The team will compete in the state competition on Nov. 9 at the Siegel Center in Richmond.
Virginia State University (VSU) recently hosted 20 middle and high school students and six teachers from across Southside and Hampton Roads Virginia. The group explored the science of nanotechnology.
Tim Byrne not only speaks the language of teens, but relates his message of personal experience through a current teenage pastime – skateboarding. A world-renown skateboarder, Byrne, took his talent and showmanship last week to Carver Middle, Elizabeth Davis and Matoaca High schools.
Students from Matoaca High School will be joining thousands of other youth on athletic fields/gyms all across the nation on October 29, to share their Christian faith with fellow students during the eighth annual national “Fields of Faith” event.
The percentage of students graduating in four years from Chesterfield County Public Schools is rising steadily, according to on-time graduation rate information released by the Virginia Department of Education. In 2013, 90.2 percent of all Chesterfield County Public Schools students graduated from high school in four years.