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.
On Friday, October 11, 2013, Ettrick Elementary School Faculty and students celebrated the dedication of the new playground equipment. Even the dreary rain could not dampen the spirits of the Ettrick Community as they came to celebrate and recognize community partner, The Ettrick Neighborhood Foundation.
Matoaca High School will host a modern A cappella concert in the school auditorium on November 15 at 7 p.m.The concert will feature modern A cappella groups from Matoaca, Clover Hill, and Monacan high schools.
Matoaca High School celebrated their annual homecoming football game and the 50th Anniversary of the school on Friday, October 4. The celebration kicked off with an outdoor pep rally for the student body that featured a joint performance of the Woo Woos of Virginia State University and the Matoaca High cheerleaders.
Remaining calm and collected and remembering his lessons from a Child Fire Safety Education program taught by the Chesterfield Fire & EMS, seven-year-old, Kenneth “Tripp” Harris III, saved his mother from a fire in their home.
Buford Road Pharmacy in conjunction with Elizabeth B. Davis Middle School will be on-site to administer flu vaccines as a fundraiser for Elizabeth B. Davis Middle School PTA on Tuesday, October 29, 2013 from 6:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.
Chesterfield County Public Schools invites families to pull up a seat and enjoy dinner and fulfilling conversation at Table Talk: Meals With Meaning. After all, children don’t come with instruction manuals.