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Two Ecoff educators earn National Board Cetification

Two members of Ecoff Elementary School’s staff have achieved National Board Certification, teacher Jeanne Hensel said. Shannon Magne, a third grade teacher, and Jennifer Grossnickle, a guidance counselor, successfully completed the voluntary National Board Certification assessment program.

Murals placed at Community High

Last spring, Chesterfield Community High School held a contest for a school slogan, according to information from Library Media Specialist Carol DeMasi. The winning choice was “Eagle Pride, Soar High,” designed by 2009 senior Raymeka White.

School efficiency review presented

Most of the cost-saving recommendations included in a recent efficiency audit of the school system have already been incorporated into next year’s budget, school officials said Friday.

Reading to Rocky: Students practice English by reading to therapy dog

As he sauntered into the classroom, clad in a tie-died shirt, cries of recognition went up from the students: “Rocky!”

Maggie Walker Debate Team brings home 4th straight state title

For the fourth year in a row, the Maggie L. Walker Governor’s School debate team took first place in the statewide Virginia Catholic Forensic League tournament, which was held on Saturday, March 6.

Students work on professional show

At Thomas Dale High School, a group of Speciatly Center seniors have added the challenge of working on a professional theatre production to the already impressive list of responsibilities they juggle.

Register for kindergarten, pre-k on April 22

In Chesterfield County, April 22 is the date to register children to attend kindergarten or apply for a limited number of prekindergarten spots, according to information from the school system. The only exception is Robious Elementary School, which will hold kindergarten registration on April 29.

Journey through the past: Bensley fourth graders seek to record neighborhood’s history

At Bensley Elementary School, a group of fourth graders are on a mission to investigate and document their neighborhood’s rich history.