• News Release: 12/4/2019 Chesterfield County Public Schools launches Hall of Fame

    Over the course of 150-plus years, Chesterfield County Public Schools have been served by outstanding people. Whether it’s teachers, administrators, support staff or community volunteers, our nationally recognized school division has been supported by individuals who have given their time and talents to impact our students’ education in a meaningful way.

    In recognition of this exceptional work, Chesterfield County Public Schools and the Chesterfield Education Foundation will be honoring up to 13 individuals for their superior contributions to the education of Chesterfield County  students. The creation of a Chesterfield County Public Schools Hall of Fame will recognize individuals for making a significant difference in our schools.

    The inaugural class of CCPS Hall of Fame members will be inducted in March 2020, with annual inductions planned moving forward. The Hall of Fame will be a way to honor and thank educators and community members who have dedicated their time and effort to support students throughout their learning career. 

    Nominees should be memorable educators and volunteers who have made a significant difference in our schools. To be eligible for the Chesterfield County Public Schools Hall of Fame, the nominee must:

    • Have served as a full-time employee in Chesterfield County Public  Schools for at least seven years;

    • Have been retired from Chesterfield County Public Schools for at least five years; and

    • Have achievements in education that have distinguished the nominee from contemporaries.

    To nominate an educator, administrator, support staff member or community volunteer who has made a lasting impact on our students, schools and community, please fill out this form: http://bit.ly/CCPS-2020-Hall-of-Fame 

    Nominations are due by Jan. 10, 2020.

    Honorees will be notified by late January and will be honored at the Hall of Fame Gala scheduled for March 26 at the DoubleTree by Hilton in Midlothian.

    Proceeds from this year's event will go to support Communities In Schools of Chesterfield and the Chesterfield Education Foundation. Future year's event proceeds will go towards other local nonprofit organizations that support Chesterfield County Public Schools, its students and their families.

    If you have any questions, please contact the Office of Family and Community Engagement at 639-8690 ext. 1111.  

  • “Relaunch Chesterfield” Aims to Reopen Chesterfield Businesses


    Chesterfield Chamber of Commerce, Chesterfield Cabinet and Chesterfield County have united to support a coordinated relaunching of the Chesterfield economy.   Relaunch focuses on issues for businesses and elected officials around the county to consider as reopening plans are made. "Relaunch Chesterfield" is meant to work in conjunction with the Governors’ Covid-19 Business Task Force recommendations as they too begin the work of relaunching Virginia’s economy. 

    "Relaunch Chesterfield" will be developed in partnership with business leaders across a broad array of industry sectors and organizations around the county, including but not limited to the following sections:

    • Health and Safety First/Internal & External Customers
    • Retail
    • Restaurants
    • Hospitality
    • Arts & Entertainment
    • Healthcare Services
    • Personal Care Service Industry
    • K-12 Education & Childcare and Daycare

    "Relaunch Chesterfield" is meant to serve as a start to the conversation for returning more employees and businesses to work, rather than serving as a final, prescriptive set of answers or solutions.

    We are currently seeking participants to work and lead in these individual industry workgroups.  Please submit your information to be considered for an interested industry cluster workgroup by clicking here.    

    Businesses are resilient in creating opportunities to thrive in challenging conditions.  Businesses ability to pivot their business model and allow others to learn from that change is important for the greatest number of businesses to relaunch. By joining efforts and bringing businesses and resources together we have the ability to make adjustments quickly and start commerce sooner. 

    When the Commonwealth is ready to open Virginia, Chesterfield will be ready to open.

    We are looking for 8-10 people for each industry workgroup indicated to develop a framework for success.  Models and examples are already available as a guide from across the Country.  Workgroups using best practices can have the best opportunity for a successful plan.