Six months after delivering a double-feature performance to a filled auditorium of community members, the theatre group at Carver Middle is once again itching to do their magic on stage; only this spring the group is performing a musical – “Seussical, Jr.,” a dramatized interweaving of numerous books written by the world-acclaimed author Dr. Seuss – Friday May, 6 at 7 p.m. and Saturday, May 7 at 2 p.m. in the Carver auditorium.
Ettrick Elementary held its Student of the Year Banquet Thursday, March 31. Community High School students catered the event. Chef Dana Byerson and his staff from Community High School served a delicious meal of baked chicken, macaroni and cheese, green beans, tossed salad and dinner rolls.
Matoaca High School senior Sam Kennedy recently had the privilege and honor to present a defense appeals argument in front of the Virginia Supreme Court. As a participant in the Model Judiciary Program for the state of Virginia – sponsored by the Young Lawyers Bar Association and the YMCA – Sam was able to prepare a second-degree murder case as defense counsel.
Chesterfield County Public Schools are searching for good families interested in housing high school international students when they arrive in August and stay for one to two semesters.
Tears streamed and emotions stirred at Henning Elementary Friday afternoon when 18 eager fourth-graders presented the school’s “Relay for Life” team captain and third-grade teacher Colin Wharton a massive check of $2608. 81 made out to the American Cancer Society.
The Virginia Math League contest is a challenging six-question, 30-minute contest administered six times throughout the school year. The goal of the contest is to encourage student interest and confidence in mathematics through solving worthwhile problems.
The entire fifth grade at Hopkins Elementary convened in the school’s cafeteria Friday for the school-wide “Battle of the Books,” supporting nine of their peers as they competed in a jeopardy-style contest testing their reading skills.
The three classes of fifth-graders from Enon Elementary trekked a few miles west down Rt. 10 to Elizabeth Davis Middle last Friday morning, getting a glimpse of what September would bring when Davis became their new school.