Meadowbrook High School’s Future Business Leaders of America Chapter recently, for the first time in its history, had a student place first in the state competition.
On a recent morning at C.E. Curtis Elementary School, about 120 third graders got a taste of what it’s like to be a tree.
As theatre students at Carver Middle School prepared for rehearsal last week, a pair of eighth graders pondered the appeal of this semester’s show, Willy Wonka Junior, which opens Friday, April 23.
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, a CCPS press release says.
Prom night has long been a rite of passage for American teenagers. Unfortunately, the night is often marked by a large number of young people who abandon their core values, common sense and reasoning skills. The U.S. Department of Transportation reports that on a typical prom weekend, 48 teenagers will perish and 5,200 more will be injured in vehicular crashes. About half of these crashes will be alcohol or drug related.
Students from Meadowbrook, Matoaca and Thomas Dale high schools recently competed in a Future Business Leaders of America regional event at Dinwiddie High, according to information from Chesterfield County Public Schools. Chesterfield students won a total of 34 awards, and Matoaca High was recognized as having the largest local FBLA chapter.
A final hurdle likely remains to be cleared before the school system can use the Chester Middle School building to house Thomas Dale High School’s freshman class this fall.