Our school year looked different this year, but in true artist form, our students found creative and innovative ways to create art under the guidance of their amazing art teacher. Please enjoy masterpieces from both Option 1 and 2 students in our 2021 Virtual Spring Art Show!
We also invite you to view the citywide 2021 Spring Art Exhibition!
Dr. Cotton presented the instructional plan for the 2021-22 school year at the April 19, 2021 School Board Meeting. While the primary mode of instruction for ALL grade levels will be full-time in-person learning, Chesapeake will continue to offer virtual learning opportunities by application only. Families at the elementary and middle school levels who would like to apply for virtual learning will be required to make a full-year commitment to Virtual Virginia. Applications are now available on our website.
To become familiar with Schoology, the Department of Teaching and Learning created a division page with an introduction video, parent, student, and teacher login links, and a frequently asked questions section. Click here to learn more about Schoology and how our families will be “Virtually Unstoppable” for the 2020-2021 school year.
One set of directions is geared towards students using their personal devices and the other for students using CPS Chromebooks. If you continue to have issues and need additional support, please visit the Department of Technology for directions and videos for more information.
Welcome to Rena B. Wright Primary School! Home of the Tiny Tigers!
Rena B. Wright is located in the South Norfolk section of Chesapeake, Virginia. We pride ourselves in being a community school that serves students from preschool through second grade. Here at Rena B. Wright, we strive to create a solid foundation for our students by focusing on their academic, social, emotional, and physical well-being. We are committed to partnering with our parents, students, and community members to ensure Rena B. Wright models the Chesapeake Public School’s vision to inspire, engage, and empower all students to achieve their highest potential
~S. N. Brown, Principal
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