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Lisa Marshall, Chair
John Montgomery Jr., Vice Chair
Robert Boyle, Jr.
Henrico County School Board work sessions and monthly meetings are streamed live and videos are archived for on-demand viewing.
Media requests for School Board members are received by the Department of Communications and Public Relations. Please call (804) 652-3724.
These dates are subject to change. Regular monthly Board meetings begin at 6:30 p.m., and are held in the New Bridge auditorium, 5915 Nine Mile Road, unless publicized otherwise. Work sessions generally begin at 2 p.m., but time may fluctuate according to the agenda for that date.
Agendas for both work sessions and monthly meetings (including start times) are on the HCPS Board Docs web page on the Friday afternoon prior to the meeting date.
May 8 - Work Session
May 22 - Work Session and Monthly Meeting
June 19 - Work Session and Monthly Meeting
Highlights on Instruction
Each month, instructional successes, ambitious programs, and school division achievements are shown to the School Board and the public. These special video presentations are called Highlights on Instruction and are produced by HCPS-TV. Please click on the links below to view. New videos will be added at the end of every month.
March 2014: Customizing the Classroom
February 2014: Community Partnerships
December 2013: Technology in the Schools
November 2013: Coalition for Equitable and Inclusive Schools
October 2013: Department of School Improvement
September 2013: Family Advocates in Title I Schools
August 2013: College Readiness Center at Wilder Middle School
HCPS is proud to live stream School Board work sessions and monthly meetings. When a meeting takes place you can watch on any computer or mobile device.
In addition, archived meeting video, including student performances, recognitions, policy discussions and more can be viewed on demand by clicking here.
Through community engagement and stakeholder involvement, the Henrico County School Board supports the implementation of the HCPS five-year strategic plan. The yearlong planning process, which began in October of 2009, finalized in the fall of 2010. The process included a steering committee, action committees, community review, school board approval, and school-based strategic planning. With school board approval, the school division will follow a community-developed strategic plan for the next five years.
Schools by District
Note: All phone numbers are in the 804 area code
Echo Lake Elementary
Glen Allen Elementary
Glen Allen High
Hermitage Technical Center
Elizabeth Holladay Elementary
Hungary Creek Middle
Charles M.Johnson Elementary
R.C. Longan Elementary
George H. Moody Middle
Maude Trevvett Elementary
Jacob L. Adams Elementary
Arthur R. Ashe Jr. Elementary
Glen Lea Elementary
Harold Macon Ratcliffe Elementary
The Academy at Virginia Randolph
Virginia Randolph Education Center
L. Douglas Wilder Middle
Colonial Trail Elementary
Jackson Davis Elementary
Deep Run High
David A. Kaechele Elementary
Nuckols Farm Elementary
Rivers Edge Elementary
Shady Grove Elementary
Short Pump Elementary
Short Pump Middle
Springfield Park Elementary
Three Chopt Elementary
J. R. Tucker High
Twin Hickory Elementary
Harry F. Byrd Middle
Ruby F. Carver Elementary
Douglas S. Freeman High
Mills E. Godwin High
Raymond B. Pinchbeck Elementary
George F. Baker Elementary
Cashell Donahoe Elementary
Fair Oaks Elementary
Highland Springs Elementary
Highland Springs High
John Rolfe Middle
Seven Pines Elementary