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Carver Middle Band honors saxophonist Dexter Moses

Jazz alto and tenor saxophonist, Dexter Moses, 14, is taking big steps . He was awarded Superior Jazz Musicianship at A Celebration In Music Competition in Williamsburg’s Busch Gardens, May 3, 2013.

Radio Disney comes to Enon, Marguerite Christian

Radio Disney visited Enon and Marguerite Christian elementary schools last month for a fun Tree Trivia Assembly with the school’s third-graders, who have been studying about trees and the environment with Dominion’s Project Plant It! program.

Lamar Banister has been characterizing historical figures for 25 years in the classroom

“What better way to teach history than through the actual characters who lived it?” says Lamar Banister, a teacher at L. C. Bird High School, and a historical interpreter.

Rashida Scott graduates in top four at North Carolina A&T University

Former Thomas Dale High School student and basketball player, Rashida Scott graduated Summa Cum Laude from North Carolina A&T University last Saturday, May 11. She graduated with a perfect 4.0 GPA and in top 4 of 1,300 students.

School Board seeks members for advisory committees

Community is the foundation of Chesterfield County Public Schools. Advisory committees established by the Chesterfield County School Board are one way that community members connect with local schools.

Western Chesterfield high schools rank high in state

Two schools in Chesterfield ranked in the top 1,000 schools in the country according to a recent U.S. News magazine report. Cosby High School off Hull Street Road west of Woodlake ranked number 23 in Virginia and 565 in the country.

Ettrick Elementary School’s kindergarten is famous

Ettrick Elementary School Kindergarten teacher, Brittany Haas, recently took her students to Pocahontas State Park. She never dreamed that a routine field trip would evolve into an opportunity to be filmed by Science Matters in order to promote “Exploring the Outdoors!”

Area schools select Teachers of the Year

Surprise and excitement were among the emotions running through Chesterfield County schools last Thursday when teachers learned they are the school division’s top Teachers of the Year. School system and county leaders brought flowers, banners, cakes and balloons as they announced the awards to these terrific teachers.