News and Announcements

Chesterfield County students compete in Fall games

Athletes from across the state converged on the Myrtle Beach and enjoyed a weekend of competition and fun. Students from Chesterfield County School District attended the Fall Games as part of the Area 2 delegation. CCSD athletes competed in Bocce at Coastal Carolina University and Bowling at Surfside Bowling Alley Oct. 27, 2018. Chesterfield County School District received four gold medals, eight silver medals and two fourth place ribbon. We had a great trip and our students had a blast.
Unified Teams –Devon Litchard (Central High), Wyatt Litchard (New Heights Middle), Shakira Brown (Chesterfield High), Amy Price (Chesterfield Ruby Middle), Anna Dean (Adult Partner) and Jesse Dean (Cheraw High Graduate-Winthrop Think College).
Traditional Teams –Nikki Hamby (Chesterfield High),Shyquez Thomas (Cheraw High), Nathan Gibson (Central High), Ny’Ree Baker (Central High), Takia Combs (Cheraw High),Tyzier Mumford (Cheraw Intermediate), Kattie Barringer (Central High), and Jamal Barrett (Central High).
Coaches- Melanie Hall (Cheraw Intermediate), Adam Mullins (Cheraw Intermediate), Anna Dean (RB Stall High School) ,Ana Price (Lander University), Wyella Gaymon (Parent), Joe and Kristi Litchard (Parents) and Sam Price (Area 2 Special Olympics Director).
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CCSD hosts New Teacher Conference

On October 22, Chesterfield County School District hosted its 2018 New Teacher Conference. More than 75 teachers who are in their first, second or third year of the teaching profession gathered for this inaugural event. New teachers spent the morning in sessions presented by district teachers and staff, which included former district teacher of the year winners, Tracy Hatcher, Emalee Bryant and Charles Redfearn. After lunch, our 2018-19 District Teacher of the Year, Natalie Melton, facilitated a new teacher panel, which provided new teachers the opportunity to ask questions to veteran teachers.
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Junior Scholars visit USC-L

The 11th grade Junior Scholars visited USC-Lancaster on Thursday, October 18th for their Junior Scholars Day. During the visit, school staff spoke with the students about college life and what USCL could provide for their future. They also sat in mini-sessions with professors on a variety of topics.
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Louisiana student donates to Cheraw students

Delaney Carson and her dad traveled all the way to Cheraw from Louisiana to deliver school supplies and other items she collected during a Hurricane Relief Drive in her hometown and specifically chose Cheraw Primary students as recipients.
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District announces three make up days

Chesterfield County School District has announced three dates to help make up for school days missed by Hurricane Florence.
Feb. 18, March 22, and May 27 will now be regular school days. All three of these dates were listed on the school calendar as potential make up days when the 2018-19 school calendar was released.
No decision has been made at this time on make up days beyond these three. The school board will be considering those at a later time.
Adjustments to the first semester calendar are in the attached graphic.
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Nomination window for the ALPHA Arts program opens

The Chesterfield County Schools ALPHA Arts Program is designed to offer advance instruction to gifted and talented students in music and visual art. The nomination window for the ALPHA Arts program is open until October 26, 2018. Anyone can nominate any student in grades 3 through 12 to be screened for the program. Nomination forms are available online under the Arts and Music tab on the district website or in the office of your child’s school.
Students who are nominated will be pre-screened sometime between October 26 and November 10.

You can receive additional information from your child’s art, music or band teacher or by contacting Dr. Candace Hoffman at (843) 623-5507.
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Area teacher chosen for specialized training

Chesterfield County School District teacher Katherine Herring is attending Clemson University for a year of study focusing on how best to help first graders who are struggling with beginning reading and writing. The study is part of a training program that will qualify Katherine to be a Reading Recovery teacher leader. The scholarship was generously funded by the James P. Verhalen Family Foundation.
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Duke TIP Scholars recognized

Chesterfield County School District would like to congratulate Samara Cruz (Long Middle), Juliana Palmera Vargas (Long Middle) and Carson Adams for being identified by the Duke University Talent Identification Program’s 7th Grade Talent Search (aka Duke TIP).
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Online registration still available for returning students

The online registration portal for returning students is still available (see the link under the PARENTS tab). However, any new students wishing to register for school still should contact the school or schools for which they are zoned for information on how to register.
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