The Chesterfield County School Board recently recognized three students who achieved the maximum score on last spring's mathematics test on SC READY standardized exam battery. From the left are CCSD Superintendent Dr. Harrison Goodwin, Robert Dean Ashburn of Long Middle, Liam Griggs of Edwards Elementary, Reagan Rivers of Chesterfield-Ruby Middle and Board Chair Wes Miles.
Chesterfield County is currently an eLearning Readiness district. The district has applied to become an eLearning district so that we can qualify to make up a day if we have to miss one. On Thursday, September 16,2021 Chesterfield County School District held our first in-school practice eLearning day.
Chesterfield County is currently an eLearning Readiness district. The district has applied to become an eLearning district so that we can qualify to make up a day if we have to miss because of weather, etc. eLearning days are an opportunity for districts to provide continuous instruction that would otherwise be postponed due to weather or other disruptive interruptions (power outages, water main breaks, etc.). These days are instructional for students.
Today (Sept 14) at Chesterfield High School there was an incident with a non-student having a gun on campus. That person has now been arrested and local law enforcement is handling the investigation. Students have been dismissed from the school. As always, the safety of our students and staff is our utmost concern and will continue to be so.
With rising COVID infection rates statewide, the South Carolina Department of Education will require students in South Carolina to wear masks while on school buses. This goes into effect on Monday, August 30.
Chesterfield County School District is participating in the Community Eligibility Provision (CEP) for the 2021-2022 school year. Section 104(a) of the Healthy, Hunger Free Kids Act of 2010 amended section 11(a)(1) of the Richard B. Russell National School Lunch Act (42 U.S.C. 1759a(a)(1))(the law) to provide an alternative to household applications for free and reduced-price meals in local educational agencies (LEAs) and schools with increased levels of low-income students.