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Fall 2021 – Virtual Virginia Applications Now Available for Elementary Students

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.

Completed applications should be submitted via email to Ms. Sharon Popson at or returned to the school in person. Call the school at 757-578-7050 if you are in need of a hard copy of the application and it will be mailed to you.

Option 1- On-Campus Continuum Update!

Families who selected option 1, the On-Campus Continuum, should review all of the information outlined in the slide deck below. This information includes checklists families should complete now and other important health and safety protocols families should incorporate into their daily school routine.

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Transportation Information

If your student will not ride a school bus to school, please adhere to this student drop off/pick up plan:

Click here to view the Arrival/Dismissal Procedures 2020 (PDF)



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.

Revised 8/22/2020