The Virginia Governor has closed all schools for the remainder of the year. Click here for more information.
Our Mission Statement:
Sparrow Road Intermediate in partnership with its students, families, and community believe that all students should be accepted, appreciated, nurtured, and challenged according to their individual needs. Through their education at school, students should gain the skills, strategies, and desire necessary for continued learning. They should also develop a strong sense of responsibility for themselves and toward each other, their community, and the earth’s resources. To this end, faculty and staff should create a rich multicultural environment for learning; design an integrated curriculum; provide for children to become self-directed learners; and share their enthusiasm for learning, in an atmosphere of mutual respect and appreciation.
Chesapeake Public Schools is in the process of reapplying for the Safe Routes to School grant for the 2020-2021 school year. One of the requirements of the grant is to collect general data, related to students who walk or ride bikes to school, via an online Parent Survey. Please click here to access the Parent Survey. The survey is only available from March 16-March 31st.
ABOUT THE PRIDE OF THE PEAKE PROGRAM
We take immense pride in the success of our students and staff across our district. That’s why we want to say “thank you” to the people who embody the Pride of the Peake. Chesapeake Public Schools is full of unsung heroes—people who play key roles in creating a school community that promotes positive relationships, learning experiences, and culture. The purpose of the Pride of
the Peake award is to honor and recognize members of our educational family who exemplify the vision, mission, and core values of our district.
We encourage you to nominate anyone who makes you proud! Your nominee should represent one or more of our core values, and make a significant impact on the quality of education and experiences in Chesapeake Public Schools.
Examples of individuals you might nominate include an exemplary teacher or classroom aide, a dedicated administrator, secretary, or board member; a compassionate bus driver, custodian, or other school support staff; a generous volunteer, community member, or business partner who supports education.
Make It Count, Chesapeake! The 2020 U.S. Census is coming this spring and YOUR response matters. For every person not counted in the Census, an estimated $20,000 in federal funding is lost every ten years. This means less money for schools, parks, childcare, and roads in Chesapeake. Getting a complete and accurate count in 2020 requires everyone’s help. Check your mail in March for a letter from the U.S. Census Bureau and be sure to do your part. The Census can be completed online, by mail, or by phone. For more information visit 2020census.gov.
ATTENTION SRI PARENTS…we need your assistance with a Parent Survey. Your opinion really matters to us and this survey will provide us with valuable information. Click here to complete the short survey.
We really appreciate your support!
Ms. Popson Mr. Triolet
Principal Assistant Principal