Chesterfield County Public Schools: Adult ESOL

Chesterfield County Public Schools:  Adult ESOL Chesterfield County Public Schools - English for Speakers of Other Languages Come join our learning community! In our English classes, students will improve their reading, writing, speaking, and listening abilities.
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We offer eight levels of English instruction from pre-literacy to advanced. Students will learn about American culture, workforce, and educational systems. Students receive a textbook and opportunities to access online learning, service learning, and educational seminars. Day and evening classes are available. Daytime classes meet at Beulah United Methodist Church on Mondays and Wednesdays 10 a.m.-1 p.m. Evening classes meet at Meadowbrook High School on Mondays and Wednesdays 6-9 p.m. Distance learning classes are also available. Fall and spring semesters are 15 weeks each, and tuition is $100 per semester (includes the book). Discounts are available for excellent attendance and post-testing. We also offer citizenship classes on Tuesday nights from 6-9 p.m. at the Chesterfield Technical Center on Courthouse Road. Fall and spring semesters are 10 weeks each, and tuition is $50 for students and $75 for community members (includes book). This class is open to those who function at the intermediate level and higher.

Mission: Chesterfield County Public Schools, in partnership with students, families and communities, emphasizes and supports high levels of achievement through a global education for all, with options and opportunities to meet the diverse needs and interests of individual students.

Operating as usual

02/01/2021

Both morning and evening Adult ESL classes are canceled tomorrow-February 1

01/05/2021

January 11, 12 and 19- SPRING REGISTRATION UPDATE! Due to the possibility of snow, the location
has been moved to CTC-Courthouse
10101 Courthouse Rd.-Door 3, Chesterfiled, VA 23832. Time: 5-6:30 pm
Call 804-768-6140
Please check Facebook for any additional updates!

We wish our staff and students a Happy Holiday season and a safe and prosperous 2021!!
12/17/2020

We wish our staff and students a Happy Holiday season and a safe and prosperous 2021!!

Our students are excited to learn and register for the spring semester.
12/08/2020

Our students are excited to learn and register for the spring semester.

Learning virtually together... Despite the distance, we are still an engaging learning community!
10/31/2020

Learning virtually together... Despite the distance, we are still an engaging learning community!

10/05/2020

Are you interested in Citizenship Classes?
Classes are 100% Virtual
Registration: Tuesday, Oct. 13, 2020- Chesterfield Technical Center
Time: 6:00-7:00 p.m.
Class dates: October 13-December 8
NO Walk-ins: Please call to make an appointment (804) 768-6140
MUST have a computer and Internet access
Cost: $50 money order for current students, $75 money order for community members
Face masks are REQUIRED and PLEASE self-screen for COVID-19 symptoms

Did you attend English classes with us in 2019 or 2020?  Do you want to take English classes virtually?  Join us for dri...
09/24/2020

Did you attend English classes with us in 2019 or 2020? Do you want to take English classes virtually? Join us for drive-thru registration September 29-30!! Call 804-768-6140 for more information!! Hope to see you there!!

Get ready for Drive-Thru registration September 29-30!!
09/19/2020

Get ready for Drive-Thru registration September 29-30!!

09/12/2020

Are you ready for the new year? It's going to be exciting! It's going to be virtual! It's going to be fun! Registration Information below.

Group 1: Returning Students from Fall 2018-Spring 2020
Must have: Computer with Internet
Drive-Thru Registration for Night Classes
5:30-7:30 p.m. on September 29 & 30
Parking Lot: Meadowbrook High School
4901 Cogbill Road, North Chesterfield, VA 23234
$100 (free if returning Spring 2020 student)
Please wear a mask and remember to stay home if you are feeling sick.
Drive-Thru Registration for Day Classes
10:00-12:00 p.m. on September 29 & 30
Parking Lot: Beulah United Methodist Church
6930 Hopkins Road, North Chesterfield, VA 23234
$100 (free if returning Spring 2020 student)
Please wear a mask and remember to stay home if you are feeling sick.
These courses are taught virtually by an ESL teacher.
Group 2: New Students OR Returners who missed registration
Must have: Computer with Internet
By Appointment Only: Call 768-6140
10:00-12:00 p.m. and 6:00-8:00 p.m. on October 19 and 21
Chesterfield Technical Center, Door #3
10101 Courthouse Road, Chesterfield, VA 23832
$50 (free if returning Spring 2020 student)
Please wear a mask and remember to stay home if you are feeling sick.
This course is self-paced and does not include virtual instruction by a teacher.

A Message from your ESL AdministratorDear Wonderful Students,It has been a great privilege to serve you for so many year...
09/01/2020

A Message from your ESL Administrator
Dear Wonderful Students,
It has been a great privilege to serve you for so many years! I have loved learning with you and learning from you. I have loved the languages, cultures, and incredible commitment you have brought to our learning community. I deeply respect you. In the new school year, I will be moving back to elementary school, serving as the new Dean at Falling Creek Elementary. I’m hoping to see some of you there with your children! Please know that you will always hold a special place in my heart, and there is an incredible group of teachers and leaders ready to continue serving you. The best is yet to come!!
Cat Dillingham

08/27/2020

Here is what you've been waiting for! Registration information for English Classes:

Group 1: Returning Students from Fall 2018-Spring 2020
Must have: Computer with Internet

Drive-Thru Registration for Night Classes
5:30-7:30 p.m. on September 29 & 30
Parking Lot: Meadowbrook High School
4901 Cogbill Road, North Chesterfield, VA 23234
$100 (free if returning Spring 2020 student)
Please wear a mask and remember to stay home if you are feeling sick.
Drive-Thru Registration for Day Classes
10:00-12:00 p.m. on September 29 & 30
Parking Lot: Beulah United Methodist Church
6930 Hopkins Road, North Chesterfield, VA 23234
$100 (free if returning Spring 2020 student)
Please wear a mask and remember to stay home if you are feeling sick.
These courses are taught virtually by an ESL teacher.

Group 2: New Students OR Returners who missed registration
Must have: Computer with Internet

By Appointment Only: Call 768-6140
10:00-12:00 p.m. and 6:00-8:00 p.m. on October 19 and 21
Chesterfield Technical Center, Door #3
10101 Courthouse Road, Chesterfield, VA 23832
$50 (free if returning Spring 2020 student)
Please wear a mask and remember to stay home if you are feeling sick.
This course is self-paced and does not include virtual instruction by a teacher.

08/18/2020

It's almost time to begin a NEW school year! It's going to be DIFFERENT. It's going to be GREAT! Registration will take place on September 29 and 30. More information will be coming soon!

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08/18/2020

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06/26/2020

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06/26/2020

We miss our students!!! We expect to have information for you in August about fall classes. The School Board will vote on a re-opening plan near the end of July. Keep practicing English and have a wonderful summer. We hope to see you very soon!!!☀️

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05/19/2020

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05/04/2020

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It's Teacher Appreciation Week! 🎉 We miss our teachers SO much!  They work hard all year to create the BEST learning exp...
05/04/2020

It's Teacher Appreciation Week! 🎉 We miss our teachers SO much! They work hard all year to create the BEST learning experiences for our students. Please feel free to add a thank you note to YOUR teacher below in the comment's section! 🙌🙌🙌

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04/01/2020

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03/27/2020
Video Message from Cat Dillingham

Please watch this brief video from Cat Dillingham, ESL Administrator. We miss our students, and our thoughts and prayers are with you! We hope you have been able to complete the packets your teachers have shared with you. All spring students will be able to return for FREE in the fall using the same book in the same level. We wish health and goodness to you and your families. We look forward to seeing you again in the fall and hope you will continue to practice English using one of these free websites:
https://www.usalearns.org/
http://iteslj.org/games/
https://freerice.com/
https://www.studentnewsdaily.com/

To our dear students- we are so very sad that we have to cancel all classes for the rest of the school year!  Stay tuned...
03/24/2020

To our dear students- we are so very sad that we have to cancel all classes for the rest of the school year! Stay tuned for a video message from your ESL administrator, Cat Dillingham, by the end of this week with more information. ❤️

IMPORTANT UPDATE!!!

Team Chesterfield families and staff,

This is an historic day in the Commonwealth of Virginia. Unfortunately, it is not the history that you or I probably care to be a part of.

** Per Governor Northam’s announcement earlier this afternoon, Chesterfield County Public Schools will be closed for the remainder of the 2019-20 school year due to the COVID-19 public health emergency. **

We join you, our students and school divisions across Virginia in the disbelief that our schools are closed to traditional learning opportunities. However, we agree with the Governor that this is necessary and in the best interests of our families, our county, and our state.

Please note that while school buildings will be closed, Chesterfield County Public Schools is working on plans to continue instruction for students.

Families are respectfully requested to begin making their own childcare plans as needed, remembering health experts’ and the Governor’s guidance that individuals should remain at home and within groups of fewer than 10 people when at all possible during this health crisis.

This announcement leads to a lot of questions, the vast majority of which we are not ready to answer at this time. While my leadership team works to develop plans, we expect additional guidance tomorrow and throughout the coming days from the Virginia Department of Education.

In the meantime, VDOE has encouraged school divisions to continue to develop and implement continuity of learning opportunities. My senior leadership team has been meeting to discuss these plans, and working in collaboration with school-based staff have provided learning opportunities ... and will continue to do so.

Again, we realize that there are a lot of questions that you have – how will this affect my high school senior, when will my child be able to pick up their belongings at school, when can teachers pack up their rooms, etc.

Please be patient with us as we work to develop answers. This is new to all of us. Additional information will be forthcoming.

For now, I ask that you continue our practices associated with social distancing, proper personal hygiene and taking care of ourselves. Take care of yourself and your family.

Stay well.

Dr. Merv Daugherty
Superintendent

Please read this latest update from Chesterfield County Public Schools!  Classes will be cancelled through mid-April.  A...
03/18/2020

Please read this latest update from Chesterfield County Public Schools! Classes will be cancelled through mid-April. At this time, we may be able to resume adult English classes on April 15. Please continue to check for updates from your teachers for assignments you can complete at home. Be safe and be well!

Team Chesterfield families,

The unprecedented times we wrote to you about last week continue.

** Chesterfield County schools and school division offices will be closed through at least April 13. At this time, we hope to reopen schools and school division offices on Tuesday, April 14. **

This stinks! No other way to sugarcoat it.

Uncharted waters related to COVID-19 require us to make decisions quickly and daily (sometimes more often than that), understanding guidance we are relying on today could be nearly obsolete tomorrow. Since Chesterfield County Public Schools’ most recent school closure announcement, Virginia’s Governor has closed all state public schools, the federal government has recommended that groups gathering be no larger than 10 people, and U.S. cities have gone into lockdown mode.

With these actions in mind and continuing to rely on the current state of emergency declared by the Governor while monitoring guidance from public health experts, we arrived at our updated decision along with other local school divisions. Our closure also means that Chesterfield County Public Schools’ facilities are closed for after-school events, athletic practices/contests, community use, etc.

This decision was not reached lightly, and we realize the impact that this will have on day-to-day family operations. However, with the health experts’ guidance we have and various levels of governments’ emergency declarations, we believe this action is in the best interest of our students and staff.

A couple of quick updates:

* We are reviewing options for external or internal support for student meals during Spring Break.

* We continue to await guidance from the Virginia Department of Education regarding makeup time and testing. This update was provided to us today: The Virginia Department of Education (VDOE) continues to evaluate options to provide flexibility in meeting the requirements and mandates associated with testing and accountability, instructional days/hours, attendance and graduation. While current specific information can be found on the attached Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) document, the VDOE will continue to update the field as additional flexibility is clarified and additional details are received from the U.S. Department of Education. These updated FAQs on the attached document are also available on the VDOE website. Please check the website frequently for additional updates regarding COVID-19.

Moving forward, so that we can welcome our students back sooner rather than later, please remember to wash your hands, practice social distancing and stay well! We’ll be back in touch as soon as we have updates.

All English classes will be cancelled from March 16-March 27.  Students, please check your email next week for further i...
03/13/2020

All English classes will be cancelled from March 16-March 27. Students, please check your email next week for further information from your teachers. We will miss seeing you, but we look forward to coming back together again soon!

Team Chesterfield families,

These are unprecedented times. Unprecedented times call for unprecedented measures.

With the Governor’s declared state of emergency due to COVID-19 and today’s regional guidance that there are no large gatherings of more than 250 people at one place at one time, we are taking the unprecedented step of closing schools due to public health concerns.

Effective Saturday, March 14, through at least Friday, March 27, Chesterfield County Public Schools will be closed.

To read this entire #oneCCPS update, please visit: https://mychesterfieldschools.com/coronavirus-information/

We are about GIVING BACK! ❤️ Students, teachers, and families met at Forest Hill Park for a Habitat Restoration Project-...
03/12/2020

We are about GIVING BACK! ❤️ Students, teachers, and families met at Forest Hill Park for a Habitat Restoration Project- one of our Community Action Projects. Hard work & service- thanks to all who participated!!🌳

Ignite Innovative Learning!
03/12/2020

Ignite Innovative Learning!

Ignite Innovative Learning!

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03/06/2020

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We engage in AUTHENTIC learning experiences!!  #jobfair #presentations #reallife
03/06/2020

We engage in AUTHENTIC learning experiences!! #jobfair #presentations #reallife

Students got library cards and explored all of the wonderful services Chesterfield County Public Library has to offer!!📚
02/18/2020

Students got library cards and explored all of the wonderful services Chesterfield County Public Library has to offer!!📚

Happy Valentine's Day!! ❤️ We LOVE our students and staff!!❤️Just a reminder that there will be no class on Monday as we...
02/14/2020

Happy Valentine's Day!! ❤️ We LOVE our students and staff!!❤️
Just a reminder that there will be no class on Monday as we celebrate President's Day. See you next Wednesday!

02/11/2020

Registration for our Citizenship Class begins tomorrow! $50 for students, $75 for community members. 9:30 at Beulah, 5:30 at Meadowbrook. This 10-week class begins on February 18, Tuesday nights from 6-9 p.m.🇺🇸

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02/11/2020

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you are welcome
Alguien me puede dar las fechas para las inscripciones de las clases de inglés por favor se los voy agradecer mucho..
I would like to know what the threat against the students mentioned in Dr. Coleman's email was?