The Colonial Heights Public Schools Transportation Department would like to remind parents that some delays in student transportation may be experienced due to the Temple Avenue Bridge closing. Please contact our Transportation Coordinator at 731-1365 with any questions or to discuss concerns, if needed.
Christmas/Winter Break December 20th (1/2 Day Student/Staff)- January 6th (Division will Reopen)
News & Announcements
RFP for Employee Benefit Consulting Services
The Colonial Heights School Board will receive sealed proposals until, but not later than 2:00 pm on January 6, 2014, for employee benefit consulting services for the school division. The attached document provides more information about this RFP and who to contact for more information.
Virginia School Board Association President's Listening Tour
Recognition of Colonial Heights Public Schools Retirees
Thirteen employees of the Colonial Heights City school division retired during the 2012-2013 school year. At their meeting on November 19, 2013, the School Board presented a resolution to each of the retirees to recognize their years of service to Colonial Heights Public Schools.
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Congratulations Colonial Heights High School Competition Cheerleaders!
Colonial Heights Public Schools Superintendent Dr. Joseph Cox joins the 2013 All-Conference and All-Regional Competition
Cheerleaders. Congratulations ladies!
Math Comes Alive at Lakeview Elementary!
Elementary teachers recently dressed as dominoes to encourage students to think flexibly about numbers and to reinforce the relationship between addition and subtraction! Kudos to our creative teachers.
Colonial Heights Public Schools: Fully Accredited for 12th Year in a Row
Colonial Heights Public Schools has been identified as one of
thirty-six of Virginia's one hundred thirty-three school divisions that has
been fully accredited for the current school year.Schools are required to meet pass rates of
70% in math, science, and history and a rate of 75% in reading in grades 3-11.In addition, school divisions must attain a
point value of 85 or greater on the Graduation Completion Index.Colonial Heights High School had a Graduation
Completion Index score of 95.5.2013-2014 is the twelfth consecutive year that all schools and the division
have been fully accredited.
School boards seeking to revamp state testing
The following article appeared in the Petersburg Progress-Index on October 29, 2013.
The Colonial Heights City School Board held a meeting at Colonial Heights High School on Tuesday, October 15, 2013, for the purpose of meeting with the community and getting input on school and school division goals. The people attending the meeting came up with a prioritized list of items they would like to see the school division build or focus on in the future. The attached letter presents the results of this High School Community Forum.
At their meeting on Tuesday, October 22, 2013, the School Board recognized each of the recipients of the Teacher of the Year Award for the 2013-2014 school year. Dr. Cox, Dr. Douglas, and Mrs. Napier announced and welcomed the selected division candidates. Congratulations to all of these exemplary teachers!
The Colonial Heights High School Teacher of the Year is Mr. Bill Ryan. Mr. Ryan teaches earth science and GIS and has worked in the division for 35 years. The Colonial Heights Middle School Teacher of the Year is Mrs. Carolyn Crinkley. Mrs. Crinkley teaches 6th grade math and has worked in the division for 19 years. The Lakeview Elementary School Teacher of the Year is Mrs. Marde Mott. Mrs. Mott is a speech pathologist and has worked in the division for 4 years. The North Elementary School Teacher of the Year is Mrs. Kathy Young. Mrs. Young teaches 5th grade and has worked in the division for 23 years. The Tussing Elementary School Teacher of the Year is Mrs. Cindy James. Mrs. James teaches 5th grade and has worked in the division for 33 years.
Mrs. Marde Mott was selected as the Colonial Heights Division Teacher of the Year!
School Board Holds Community Forum at Colonial Heights High School
The School Board held a Community Forum at Colonial Heights High School on Tuesday, October 15, 2013 in the high school cafeteria. Members of the School Board sought community input and ideas to provide the best education possible for students, and to help advance school improvement efforts. The format of the event asked participants to present input concerning "What we do well," and "What we can do better." The event had a great turnout involving parents and members of the school community. Refreshments were served, courtesy of the Colonial Heights High School PTO.
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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!