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Education

  • CHS parents briefed on dual enrollment

    Chester High School parents and students got a briefing last week on the dual enrollment/early college program from the school district’s educational partners, representatives from York Tech, USC-Lancaster and Winthrop University.

  • School board briefed on facility study findings

    Chester County has wonderful communities, but the Career Center and the three high schools that serve the communities might not be adequate for future needs. That was the conclusion reached by the principal architect hired by the Chester County School District to conduct a study on the facilities needs for the district.

  • District teacher recruitment fair draws more than 100 hopefuls

    More than 100 potential teachers for the Chester County School District walked through the doors of the Gateway Center on Saturday as part of the CCSD Teacher Recruitment Fair.

    They started out the morning with a meet and greet portion of the event, visiting the different school displays and talking to school principals, assistant principals and selected teachers. The candidates then had a chance for more specialized one-on-one interviews with the representatives of the schools they were interested in.

  • Vogel is January's "Rock Star Teacher"

    The Chester County School District’s Rock Star Teacher for January might actually be a rock star, or he would have been if he had chosen the life of a rock band musician instead of a music teacher.

    The announcement that he had been chosen for this award sounded some sweet notes to Lewisville Elementary School music teacher William Vogel – almost as sweet as the sounds coming from his class of recorder-playing students.

  • LMS Lioneers experience season of "turmoil and triumph"

    The Lewisville Middle School Lioneers LEGO Robotics team experienced a “season of turmoil and triumph” this year that saw them gain a respectable place in the state competition and under the gun, scrap their beloved robot Leo and have to start over practically from scratch.

    Team Coach Christine Lechzier wrote a summary especially for The N&R of some of the team’s activities, attitudes and emotions during the year.

  • School District Ops chief updates on district repair project

    Chester County School District Chief Operations Officer Jeff Gardner gave an update to school board members at their January meeting on some repair and improvement projects around the school district.

    Of most interest to the community, in addition to the students and parents of students, was the news about the installation of crossing signals at different points along the route that students walk to Chester High School.

  • School District invites retired educators to lunch

    If you taught in the Chester County School system or were an administrator, the Chester County School District would like to honor you. The CCSD is planning the inaugural retiree’s luncheon for March 22 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Gateway Conference Center.

    This is the first time the school district has had a luncheon like this, said Superintendent Dr. Angela Bain.

  • New Chester County School Board members installed

    New Chester County School Board District 1 member Patricia Wilmore Hampton and District 5 member Sandy Lovern were installed on the school board at Monday night’s meeting. School board member Dr. Laurens Fort was re-sworn in to his seat on the board.

    An election for School Board Chair and Vice-Chair was held following the installation of the school board members. Denise Lawson was elected School Board Chair and Dr. Anne Collins was elected School Board Vice-Chair.

  • School District wants community's thoughts on Summer Reading Carnivals

    The Chester County School District would like to know what the community thought about the Read, Feed and Succeed summer reading carnival kickoff events.

    According to a post on the CCSD Facebook page and a release, the CCSD thanks all the parents, students and community members who participated at one of the three Summer Reading Carnivals. A carnival-style event kicking off the summer reading and feeding program, called “Read, Feed, Succeed” was held in each of the school district’s three attendance areas in May.

  • Bain reacts to Governor's cutting of school bus funding

    With his veto of over $20 million in the state budget for new school bus purchases and leases, Governor Henry McMaster is preventing the Chester County School District from replacing the older school buses that currently make up 25 percent of the district’s bus fleet.