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News and notes from Henrico County Public Schools; Volume 2 Issue 7


News and notes from Henrico County Public Schools; Volume 2 Issue 7

Interested in teaching in Henrico County? Talk with school administrators at our major hiring event March 2

Teachers and other professionals are invited to talk with administrators from schools across Henrico County at a major hiring event March 2. All 72 of Henrico County Public Schools’ schools and program centers will be there. While walk-ins are welcome, registration by Feb. 27 is strongly encouraged so that interviews with top candidates can be scheduled to take place at the hiring event. To register, go to www.henricoschools.us/careers.

We’re seeking teachers for all content areas for the 2019-20 school year, as well as school counselors, librarians, psychologists, social workers and nurses to join our family. The school division will also be interviewing candidates for bus driver positions.

  • March 2 from 9:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m., Glen Allen High, 10700 Staples Mill Road, Glen Allen, Va.

News and notes from Henrico County Public Schools; Volume 2 Issue 7

Parents, guardians and teachers: Register for a Family Learning Series workshop

The winter/spring edition of HCPS’ Family Learning Series starts tonight! The 11-session series includes topics such as smartphone secrets, a dyslexia simulation and summer planning for students and families. Workshops are held at public libraries and school facilities across Henrico County. Register for a workshop and find out more. Some upcoming workshops include:

  • “Hidden in Plain Sight” (workshop on possible signs of drug and alcohol use by teens): Feb. 19, 6-7:30 p.m.
  • “Be Smart Community Safety Campaign”: Feb. 20, noon to 1:30 p.m.
  • “Are You Smarter than Your Child’s Smartphone? Social Media Tips, Tricks and Secrets”: Feb. 26, 6-7:30 p.m.
  • “Is Your Child Struggling in School?”: Feb. 27, noon to 1:30 p.m.

News and notes from Henrico County Public Schools; Volume 2 Issue 7

Equity and Diversity Advisory Committee wants your thoughts

Henrico Schools’ Equity and Diversity Advisory Committee wants your input! Your thoughts will help inform the committee’s approach to encouraging greater equity and opportunity throughout the school division. The committee is hoping to get input from one person in each HCPS household. You can take the survey on equity and diversity in schools through Feb. 28.


Next month, watch your inbox for an additional chance to tell us what you think about your child’s school. HCPS conducts a divisionwide stakeholder survey regularly to find out the thoughts of parents and guardians across Henrico County. You’ll get an email from the group conducting the survey March 11, with a link to the questionnaire; complete the survey by March 29 to voice your opinions.


Deadline is Feb. 25 to nominate an outstanding teacher

Who is the special teacher in your life? The REB Awards for Teaching Excellence provide a tangible, public way to recognize outstanding teachers in Henrico County Public Schools – and give them the means to continue growing. The Community Foundation’s yearly awards identify, recognize and support teaching excellence in the Richmond area. Honorees receive professional development grants of $4,000 to $12,000, given to teachers who have distinguished themselves by their inspiring classroom performance. Nominations and letters of support must be submitted by Feb. 25 at 5 p.m.


Meet Henrico Schools’ Division Leadership Team

HCPS departmental leaders, along with superintendent Amy Cashwell, constitute HCPS’ Division Leadership Team. The group works closely to set the course for the division’s progress, as well as oversee the many day-to-day operations of your public schools. Find out more about Henrico Schools’ leaders, including contact information and an organizational chart.


Who is the Heart of Henrico?

Know an unsung hero? There’s a way to recognize the employees who help to make Henrico Schools so special. Tell us about an HCPS staff member who embodies commitment, strength and caring and deserves a shout-out as the Heart of Henrico. We welcome suggestions from students, families, co-workers or community members!

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Did you know?

The Virginia Department of Education website has tons of useful information for parents and guardians, including information on college- and career-readiness, driver’s education and ways to stay connected with your local school. There are also plenty of resources for teachers, aspiring teachers and adults who want to take courses.  

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