Colonial Heights Public Schools

512 Boulevard, Colonial Heights, VA 23834   |  Phone: 804-524-3400
City of Colonial Heights, Virginia

News & Announcements

Kindergarten Prep Summer Program

We are happy to announce registration is open for the summer Pre-K program available to all incoming Kindergarten students in 2017-2018. The summer prep program runs M-Th, July 10-August 2.
 
Kindergarten and Pre-K registration materials are available in the Central Registration Office, Colonial Heights Technical Center, 3451 Conduit Rd.
 
 
 

CHPD Media Release

Early Childhood Development Program

Colonial Heights Public Schools is pleased to offer a prekindergarten program for four-year-old children.  The goal of the program is to provide a healthy learning environment for children whose social or economic conditions may place them at risk for poor school performance.  Selection of students will be based on family need according to program guidelines for the Virginia Preschool Initiative.  Enrollment priority will be given to children with the greatest number of factors impacting their environment. All applications for the 4 year old Pre-K Program for the 2017-2018 school year are due by Friday, April 28th. Click to read more...
 
 

Division Teacher of the Year

Congratulations to Julie Hughes who has been named
Division Teacher of the Year!
 
 
 

Lakeview Student Wins 1st Place in VSBA Art Forum

Kamiya Johnson is a 3rd Grader at Lakeview Elementary School.  On March 13, 2017 the VSBA held their annual 2017 Southside Regional Art Forum at Hanover High School.  Kamiya's artwork won 1st place at the elementary level.  Her artwork will be held on display at the Richmond Office for the VDOE and the office of the State Superintendent of Public Instruction for one year and then will be returned to her. Congratulations Kamiyah and thank you for sharing your masterpiece!

Section 508 Compliance

Colonial Heights Public Schools believes it is essential that our websites are accessible by all people.  The Division will modify its current websites in a manner consistent with Section 508 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, as amended in 1998 (29 U.S.C. § 794 (d)) to make our web content more accessible to people with disabilities.
 
 
 

Press Release

All Colonial Heights Schools Meet Full SOL Accreditation for 15th Year In a Row!

All schools in Colonial Heights have met the SOL accreditation standards of the Virginia Department of Education for the 15th year in a row. 

Last year, only 37 of the Commonwealth’s 132 school divisions had all schools accredited.  This places Colonial Heights Public Schools in an elite group.  This success can be attributed directly to the efforts of our teachers in the classrooms, the diligence of our students, our parent partners, and school administration providing quality leadership and support for their staff members and students.

Thank you to all of our Faculty and Staff!  Congratulations to our students!

 
 

Welcome to Colonial Heights

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Superintendent's Message

As Superintendent I look forward to following Colonial Heights students in their career as Colonial Heights "Colonials!" I hope that you and your families will be active participants in our many programs, working hard academically and giving your best in all that you do!

Sincerely,

Dr. Joseph O. Cox, Superintendent

The Colonial Facts: Part I






Attendance News

We are on the home stretch - let's finish strong and come to school every day!  To recognize students who had perfect attendance the previous month, one student’s name from each school will be randomly selected and the child will receive a prize.  The generous donor for the April 2017 Monthly Perfect Attendance prize is:

El Caporal Mexican Restaurant

Here are some helpful hints that may improve a student’s school attendance:

  • Parents should emphasize the importance of school at home.  If a parent believes that school is important, the child will too.
  • Reward good or improved attendance with praise or a treat – let the student know that exemplary attendance is noticed and appreciated.
  • Try to schedule any appointments after school hours or when school is not in session.
  • Avoid planning family vacations that conflict with regular school days.
You are welcome to check out www.attendanceworks.org for additional ideas and information. 
 
 

Register Your Children

Central Registration Office
Mon - Fri, 7:30 am - 3:00pm
 
 
For more information contact: 
Central Registration Office Secretary
3451 Conduit Road
ph: 804-526-0321
fax: 804-524-2554

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