Nottoway County Public Schools Pre-K and Kindergarten registration
March 23-March 27 -- see information below. Special Education Advisory Meeting Tuesday, March 31st, 5:00 p.m., at the Nottoway School Board Office. The public is invited.
March 23-March 27, 2015
March 23-March 27, 2015
PreK and K Registration:
PreK and K information 2015 - 2016.pdf
PreK and K Registration 2015 - 2016 Spanish.pdf
Important Calendar Updates
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Special Education Advisory Meeting
Tuesday, March 31st, 5:00 p.m., at the Nottoway School Board Office. The public is invited.
Three Nottoway County Public School employees were recognized for their efforts in supporting and integrating technology in the classroom during the 9th Annual Southside Virginia Regional Technology Consortium (SVRTC) Awards Banquet held March 16th at Longwood University. Amelia Woodall, NCPS Math Coach, received the Instructional Support Award. Sheryl Davis, BPS Librarian and Technology Assistant was recognized with the Technology Support Award and Nikole Johnson, NIS 6th grade teacher received the Technology Teacher Award. SVRTC consists of 25 school divisions whose mission is to coordinate the acquisition and integration of up-to-date and emerging technologies and training for K-12 students, staff and other citizens to enhance learning and encourage economic development.
Message from the Superintendent
On behalf of the Nottoway County School Board and its employees, welcome to the 2014-2015 school year. Our goal is to provide academic excellence through a supportive and safe school climate. It is always nice to see the start of another school year here at Nottoway County. I have always said that the best time of the year is when our children are back in school. We have terrific students! Nottoway County Schools is a place where you make friends, form lasting relationships, and have the experiences that help make you a better person.
The mission of Nottoway County Schools is to provide opportunities that enable students to enjoy life, contribute to others’ well being, and become responsible, productive citizens in a global community. We put students into the top universities in the country and work hard to prepare all of our students to immediately contribute to the workforce. This school year will be the third year of our focus on project-based learning. Project based learning is an instructional approach built upon authentic learning activities that engage student interest and motivation. We need to empower our students to enhance their education. A well designed project allows our students to encounter, be challenged and utilize critical thinking skills. The 21st Century skills that will be taught allow students to learn communication and presentation skills, organization and time management skills, research and inquiry skills, self-assessment and reflection skills, group participation and teamwork.
Over the past seven years as superintendent, I have personally seen the tremendous efforts to ensure success with all of our students put forth by the dedicated teachers, staff and administration of Nottoway County Public Schools. Your partnership with Nottoway Schools is essential to seeing this vision for every student to become a reality. Please know that our parents, guardians and volunteers are appreciated for working with our children. It takes a village to raise our students and we need you to be a part of the process. I am excited that together we can help students engage more deeply in the learning process and develop rigorous, positive attitudes towards academic achievement. The future looks very bright for our children.
I wish you and your children the very best this school year.
Daniel Grounard Ed.D
Nottoway County Public Schools Superintendent
NOTTOWAY COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLS
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