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    Teacher Appreciation Week - May 1-5
    The National Education Association (NEA) describes National Teacher Day as a day for honoring teachers and recognizing the lasting contributions they make to our lives. Please take time to recognize our Chesapeake Public Schools teachers for their dedication to providing quality instruction while encouraging all students to strive for the highest levels of achievement. We appreciate the positive daily influence and contributions our teachers make and the key roles they play in our students' success. #ThankATeacher

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    School Nutrition Employee Week - May 1-5
    School food service staff contributes significantly to the health and well-being of children. Between preparing healthy meals for students, adhering to strict nutrition standards, navigating student food allergies, and offering service with a smile, school nutrition professionals are true heroes. In turn, this positively affects students' ability to focus and learn better throughout the day. This week, we encourage directors, managers, parents, teachers, students, and school administrators to thank their school nutrition employees.

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    National Substitute Teacher Recognition Week - May 1-5
    Chesapeake Public Schools would like to recognize the vital service substitute teachers provide in our schools every day. These dedicated individuals ensure that quality education is maintained in our classrooms. Thank you for providing quality instruction and supervision for our students!

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    CPS Job Fair - April 29, 2017
    Chesapeake Public Schools will host a Job Fair from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturday, April 29 at Indian River High School, 1969 Braves Trail. The division is seeking applicants for school bus drivers and assistants, school nutrition services workers, custodians, and technology support specialists.

    On-site assistance will be provided for individuals who wish to apply for any of these positions, and work stations will be set up where online applications can be completed.

    Applicants should be able to provide their employment histories and three references (one supervisor and two personal references) along with contact information for each reference, including email addresses.

    Bus driver candidates should either possess a commercial driver’s license (CDL) or be willing to complete a CDL training program provided by Chesapeake Public Schools.

    Contracted employees are eligible for medical and dental health care benefits, the Chesapeake Public Schools Wellness Centers and Health Centers, and the Virginia Retirement System. All contracted employees also have all school holidays off.

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    Chesapeake Public Schools Educational Foundation Restaurant Week 2017
    The annual Chesapeake Public Schools Educational Foundation Restaurant Week for 2017 will be held April 28 - May 5. By eating out, the community is not only supporting our local Chesapeake restaurants but also supporting our Chesapeake Public School students.


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    Grassfield High School - Ranked One of the Top Ten Best W!SE High Schools Teaching Personal Finance
    On April 19, 2017, at the Federal Reserve Bank in New York City, the 2017 ranking of the "100 Best W!SE High Schools Teaching Personal Finance" was announced. In addition to the ranking of the 100 Best schools, schools had the opportunity to rank as one of the Top Ten large, midsize, or small schools in their national network. Congratulations to Grassfield High School for being ranked as one of the Top Ten Large schools within the nation!

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    Chesapeake Public Schools - 2017 Best Communities for Music Education
    Chesapeake Public Schools has received the 2017 Best Communities for Music Education (BCME) designation presented by the National Association of Music Merchants (NAMM) Foundation. In its 18th year, the program singles out districts for outstanding efforts by teachers, administrators, parents, students, and community leaders who have made music education part of the core curriculum. The BCME program evaluates schools and districts based on evidence of high-quality music achievement, funding, staffing of highly qualified teachers, commitment to standards, and access to music instruction. Researchers at the Center for Public Partnerships & Research, Kansas (an affiliate of the University of Kansas) led the data review.

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    Ryan Wieck - Chesapeake Sports Club 2017 Coach of the Year
    Congratulations to Ryan Wieck, Hickory High School teacher and coach, for being recognized on April 6, 2017, at the Chesapeake Sport's Club sixth annual Jamboree as the 2017 Coach of the Year. Wieck has coached softball for 21 years at Hickory High School and has 334 wins over his career and currently ranks 4th all-time in VHSL history. His teams have won eight district conference titles, qualified for 14 consecutive regional tournament appearances, including five regional championships and three regional runner-up finishes. At the state level his teams have qualified for eight VHSL state tournament championships winning the 2008 title and producing runner-up finishes in 2015 and 2016.

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    Elisha "Cadillac" Harris - 900 Men Strong Scholarship and Community Service Awards Honoree and Winner
    Congratulations to Cadillac Harris, Indian River High School teacher and former coach, for being recognized as the 900 Men Strong Scholarship and Community Service Awards Honoree and Winner for Making a Difference in Education.

    The W.H. Gray Community Service award honoree is an individual committed to reaching out and helping others unselfishly through community service. This individual is a problem solver. Through his efforts, relationships, and grassroots programs, the nominee positively influences those with whom he comes into contact, as he engages in building a better community.

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    April is the Month of the Military Child
    The Month of the Military Child is a special time to celebrate and honor our military-connected children and their families. Frequent moves, family separations through deployments, and reintegration following deployments can make school, home, and community life challenging for military children. Yet, even in such circumstances, these students continually demonstrate resilience and courage. Please join Chesapeake Public Schools in recognizing our military children and participating in the national Purple Up! For Military Kids day on April 21. The school community is encouraged to wear purple on this day to show support for our military students. Purple represents the blending of the colors of the five branches of our armed forces.
    Purple Up! For Military Kids flier (pdf)
    Virginia Board of Education Resolution of Recognition (pdf)

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    National Autism Awareness Month
    Chesapeake Public Schools embraces the opportunity to ensure acceptance and inclusion in our schools and communities that result in true appreciation of the unique aspects of all people. National Autism Awareness Month represents an excellent opportunity to promote autism awareness and acceptance.

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    April is Occupational Therapy Month
    The American Occupational Therapy Association has designated the month of April at Occupational Therapy Month. Join Chesapeake Public Schools in recognizing and thanking our occupational therapists.


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    Head Start & Chesapeake Public Schools Preschool Initiative
    If your child will be three (3) years of age, on or before September 30, 2017, he/she may be eligible for Head Start. If your child will be four (4) years of age, on or before September 30, 2017, he/she may be eligible for Head Start or the Chesapeake Public Schools Preschool Initiative (CPI). CPI is a FREE FULL-DAY program designed to give eligible children opportunities to create a firm educational foundation that can be used to achieve academic and social success.

    CPI eligibility screenings will begin March 1, 2017. For more information, download a flier below, email Julia.Webb@cpschools.com, or call the CPI Office at (757)547-0153.

    Chesapeake Preschool Initiative - English (pdf) or
    Chesapeake Preschool Initiative - Spanish (pdf).

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    Become a School Bus Driver!
    Chesapeake Public Schools is currently seeking dependable, conscientious individuals to serve as bus drivers and bus assistants for our school division. We provide all training necessary to acquire a commercial driver's license (CDL) and skills necessary for operating a school bus. Call 757-547-0001.
    School bus driver employment flier (pdf). Apply now to become a bus driver.
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