Chesterfield County School District has a total of 50 teachers who are National Board Certified. This school year, we had three educators to renew their certificates. The three educators who renewed in 2016-2017 were Jennifer Byrd, Anna Hancock, and Nina Quick.
Chesterfield County School District will join school districts throughout the state and nation to celebrate School Board Recognition Month in January. More than 600 locally-elected and appointed school board members throughout the state will be recognized by schools and communities for their service and dedication to public education.
Chesterfield County recognizes the Distinguished Reading Teacher at every school each year. Principals nominate teachers to represent their schools in the area of literacy. Five finalists were selected based on the principals’ written recommendations and were reviewed anonymously by a panel of educators.
The School Spelling Bees were completed last week. The school winners and runner-ups are listed below. The District Spelling Bee will take place on January 19th at 6pm in the Palmetto Learning Center cafeteria. Eleven schools will be represented in the competition with grades 5-8. We invite the community to attend this special event.
Cheraw High School received an award from the Vocational Rehabilitation office in Bennettsville for exemplary referrals this year. The Chesterfield County School District has partnered with VR to assist students with transitional service.