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District to 'pause' athletic conditioning programs

Chesterfield County School District will be postponing all athletic conditioning activities until after the July 4 break, when the district will study any new information regarding COVID-19 in the county and reassess if it is safe to resume athletic conditioning. The South Carolina High School League, the governing body of public school athletics in the state, has been allowing athletic conditioning but under specific rules and parameters. Again, this is a "pausing" of activities for now until the district administration can look at the COVID-19 data within the county after the break to determine if and when it is safe to resume conditioning programs.
Important 2020 Census information Featured Photo

Important 2020 Census information

We hope that your summer has started peacefully. We would like to take this opportunity to encourage all households to complete the 2020 Census. The Census is an important factor in funding for all phases of government in Chesterfield County. If you have not received the 2020 Census in the mail you may go to Chesterfield County School District website and follow the link or go to
Teacher of the year finalists announced Featured Photo

Teacher of the year finalists announced

Chesterfield County School District recently announced the three finalists for the district's Teacher of the Year. The finalists are Gail Crawford, Ruby Elementary; Jeya John, Chesterfield-Ruby Middle; and Maggie Davis McBee High School. The district's Teacher of the Year will be announced later this year.
Cheraw High students earn certification Featured Photo

Cheraw High students earn certification

Cheraw High School students Joanna Moran and Keil Samonte recently passed their national Microsoft Office Specialist certification in Word Expert 2016. "They had worked hard preparing for this test during the semester and didn't let COVID keep them from earning their certification," says Cheraw High teacher Tambra Watson.