On behalf of our school communities, I am delighted to present this video message of appreciation to our students in the Chester County School District to students from the administrators of the schools and district. You have filled our campuses with renewed energy and excitement!
With this new year so far, we hope you have experienced new opportunities for academic and personal growth, and we look forward to encouraging you along this exciting journey of learning and discovery.
As students, you are the heart of our school district, and the motivation of our faculty and staff. Our school and district administrators compiled this YouTube video for our wonderful students as a way of saying how much we appreciate you and value your membership in the Chester County School District!
With a student body of more than 5,200 students, we encourage you to learn from each other this year. We are one district and a community of learners. An exciting year has begun and more awaits you! We are so happy to have you with us, that we could” just dance about it!”
We hope you will all enjoy this video in celebration of our students!
Make it a great week!
District News and High Fives.....
Congratulations to our girls and boys cross country Chester High School team who placed third in the 3A Cross Country meet yesterday. Their next meet will be the Upper State meet on October 29 at Woodmont High. Top runners will then go to the State meet. Way to go!
Congratulations to the Lady Cyclone Tennis team for making the 3A state playoffs, which begin on October 26. Awesome job!
Congratulations to LHS students Britney Weaver and Baten King who were selected to perform in the Winthrop University Band Clinic. They were selected out of 520 students who were nominated from 62 different schools across 3 states!
The Lewisville High School girls won the region championship for the third year in a row. Way to go!
The Lewisville High School boys cross country team won region runner-up. Way to go Lions!
Students of Chester County Career Center Chapter of SkillsUSA from the Graphic Communications class assisted with the Business After Hours held at the Chester County Career Center on October 18, 2016. Thanks to the Chester County Chamber of Commerce for helping to coordinate this event.
Bobby Holcombe, from the Financial Aid Department at USC-Union spoke, giving parents and students information on getting help to pay for college. Mr. Holcombe gave detailed step-by-step instructions on how to fill out the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid). Over 100 parents and students from Chester High School, Great Falls High School, and Lewisville High School attended this free workshop. Mr. Holcombe used one of our new Clear Touch Interactive Panels for his presentation.
On Friday, Chester County School District Seniors attended a Career Fair at the Gateway. Seniors were able to talk to many different employers around the state so that they could get a peak of what jobs were available and what type of additional education that they may need to pursue jobs in a particular field. Thank you to all who made this day a huge success.