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Birds of a feather

When the school year began, Elizabeth Davis Middle School’s teachers were ready to welcome their peers from Chester Middle School with a simple message: Birds of a feather flock together.

Six-Legged Soldiers discussed at LC Bird

Your vacation was going swimmingly until you noticed those little welts that began to burn and itch like nasty mosquito bites. “Gross” is the first word that comes to mind when you realize that you have been a meal for bed bugs.

GED registration is free in October

In October, first-time GED test takers who register will pay nothing to take the test, according to a press release from Chesterfield County Public Schools. The usual cost is $45; CCPS is able to offer free tests this month because the Adult Continuing Education Office received a grant from the Virginia Department of Education, the release says.

Books and breakfast: Beulah students, parents share the joy of reading

The cafeteria at Beulah Elementary School was packed Friday morning with students and their parents, grandparents or other caring adults who braved the autumn morning to enjoy books and breakfast together.

Learn about high school options

Middle school parents and students can learn more about Chesterfield County Public Schools’ high school options at information fairs and open houses in October and November.

Author returns to inspire at her alma mater

During a Friday morning talk, Matoaca High School graduate and author Stephanie Perry Moore told students at her alma mater that life isn’t always easy, but that’s no excuse to give up.

Bird PTA wins Denim Drive

L.C. Bird High School’s PTA collected $1,000 last week for winning this year’s Denim Drive at Chesterfield Towne Center. The Bird PTA collected 504 pieces of denim, nine more pieces than second-place finisher Alberta Smith Elementary School collected. More than 200 pieces of denim separated the second and third place finishers.

Auditorium may be named for late teacher

At its Oct. 12 meeting, the School Board will vote on whether to name the L.C. Bird High School Auditorium after a teacher who died suddenly in March.