The realm of sports is no stranger to the convention of commending people for their outstanding accomplishments. Year after year, winning teams, coaches and players are acknowledged in a wide range of athletic settings; yet, without the lucrative success typical of colleges and professional franchises, high school sports often lack sufficient funding to do so.
The Chesterfield Community High School chapter of the National Honor Society inducted two new members at its Fall Induction ceremony on Oct. 4, according to information from Library Media Specialist Carol DeMasi.
Teens and their parents are invited to a safe driving program called Come Home Alive.
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.
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.
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.
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.