Chesterfield County Public Schools welcomes teachers from nine nations

Chesterfield County Public Schools welcomed teachers from nine nations on July 27. During the 2023-24 school year, 30 educators will work as full-time teachers in 10 different schools.

Greeted by Chesterfield County Public Schools leaders and principals, the teachers arrived from Argentina, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Guyana, Jamaica, Mexico, the Philippines and Trinidad and Tobago. Hired by the school system through a partnership with Participate Learning, the educators will teach a variety of subjects, including elementary education, English as a Second Language and Spanish.

Each teacher meets Virginia licensure standards, holds a college degree in teacher education, has at least two years teaching experience and is highly proficient in English. They will teach in these schools during the 2023-24 school year, with the expectation that they will stay with Chesterfield County Public Schools for several years:

  • Bensley Elementary
  • Beulah Elementary
  • Curtis Elementary
  • Crenshaw Elementary
  • Davis Elementary
  • Salem Church Elementary
  • Elizabeth Davis Middle
  • Clover Hill High
  • Thomas Dale High
  • Manchester High

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