Meadowbrook’s Success Program 9th graders who achieved over a 3.0 GPA for the third nine weeks were recently awarded breakfast. The breakfast was provided by retired Dominion Power Supervisor, William Stehle. Mr. Stehle wanted to reward the 52 students for their academic accomplishments, as well as their many community service projects.
The second annual “Bard @ Bird” was held on April 23, during all lunches in the L. C. Bird High School Library. The cross-curricular event is a collaboration between the English department and the library staff.
The Falling Creek Middle School PRIDE Honors Academy in partnership with the James River Association, Meadowbrook Estates Civic Association, Virginia Wastes Services, and the Falling Creek community, had a perfectly clear day last Saturday to pursue their efforts with a clean-up campaign along the Falling Creek Reservoir and its watershed.
The Senior Advocate’s office sponsored an essay contest for fourth and fifth grade Chesterfield County students to acknowledge positive older adult role models, to celebrate intergenerational relationships and to demonstrate good writing skills.
The Chesterfield Public Education Foundation is pleased to announce the kick-off of “Strike A Chord,” a musical instrument drive to benefit student musicians in Chesterfield County Public Schools that began on Monday, April 29 through Monday, May 13.
Enon Elementary School opened in 1938 and will celebrate 75 years of education on May 3. To get ready for the birthday celebration, students are exploring Enon Elementary’s rich history and creating projects to display. They are also rehearsing for a schoolwide concert that will include music from the 1930s to the present. The concert will be presented at 9:45 a.m. and at 1:55 p.m. May 3.
For weeks Ettrick Elementary School students were hearing Vroom Vrooooom, Vrooom VROOOOM over the loud speaker during morning and afternoon announcements, and they heard those sounds in the hallways as they went for their breaks and lunches.
Chesterfield County Public Schools annually honors two students from every school for demonstrating citizenship and the school division’s core values of respect, responsibility, honesty and accountability. During a 6 p.m. -8:30 p.m. banquet at the Holiday Inn Koger Center, Alexis Warnock (second grade) and Alyson Maddy (fifth grade) will represent Enon Elementary School among the 124 students from Chesterfield’s 62 schools as they are recognized as Students of the Year for 2013.