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The annual Matoaca High School Career Fair that was held on Wednesday, April 27, and Thursday, April 28, was a great success, according to the school.
Kristia, who does not own driver’s permit, let alone a driver’s license, first heard about the idea of going off to college from her parents on a family vacation last year. “We threw the ball in her court and she ran with it,” said her mother, Kelly Vasiloff, a preschool teacher at Chester Baptist.
Tyler Coleman, a graduating senior at Matoaca H.S., was honored with an award for 13 years of perfect attendance.
Chester resident and former Thomas Dale High School teacher Tricia Dunlap (formerly Radigan) received her juris doctor degree, Saturday, May 7, from the University of Richmond‘s School of Law, where she graduated cum laude.
In a recent regional competition, Chesterfield school bus drivers won four of the top six awards and brought home the Director’s Cup as the top school division. Chesterfield County Public Schools has won the Director’s Cup 12 times since the competition began in 1981, including six of the past eight years.
Virginia State University will host a delegation of 20 faculty, administrators and student leaders from the University of Ilorin (UNILORIN), Nigeria’s top ranked university, from June 20-30.
After visiting nearly every high school in Chesterfield County, one Chesterfield resident claims there are numerous instances where Chesterfield County Public Schools (CCPS) fail to uphold ADA (Americans with Disabilities Act) regulations even as county officials say otherwise.