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Girls on the Run at Ettrick Elementary

Fourteen students from Ettrick Elementary School are participating in a program called “Girls on the Run.” The program is designed to develop healthy lifestyles and habits in girls and to support a healthy body image.

Thomas Dale hosts first ever food fair

It was a chance for students to have their say…In food that is.

Local Student Brianna Monroe Receives National Honor

The National Society of High School Scholars (NSHSS) today announced Thomas Dale High School student Brianna N. Monroe, Senior from Chester, has been selected to become a member of the esteemed organization.

A Sunny Celebration: Matoaca Elementary celebrates 76 years

Future, present and past came to life at Matoaca Elementary School recently when the school, its students, and the community celebrated the 75-plus-one Anniversary of the elementary school in South Chesterfield.

Kibiloski name Curtis Elementary’s teacher of the year

Judy Kibiloski was selected to represent Curtis Elementary School as their Teacher of the Year for the 2014-2015 school year. Mrs. Kibiloski has been teaching Exceptional Education classes at Curtis for seven years, and has been working in Chesterfield County for the past eleven years.

Author shares work with Ettrick students

On Tuesday, March 25, 2014, author, Betty Shepard, visited the fourth and fifth grade students of Ettrick Elementary School. Mrs. Shepard wrote a book called, “Virginia: An Alphabetical Journey Through History.”

L.C. Bird High School team competes in regional FIRST Robotics Competition at VCU

More than 1,500 high school students converged on VSU’s Siegel Center for a two-day high-energy and high-tech tournament and the selection of the teams that proceed to the national competition later this year.

Polar Plunge at Carver Middle School

In an effort to raise money for the Special Olympics for Carver Middle School students, a Penny War was held at lunchtime for the week of February 24 – 28. The seventh grade raised the most money, and the entire school raised over $300.