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2017-05-17 / Announcements

County honors Robious teacher as ‘2018 Teacher of the Year’


Chesterfield County Public Schools 2018 Teacher of the Year Kyle King, center, with family, colleagues and school leaders, including Superintendent James Lane, far right. Chesterfield County Public Schools 2018 Teacher of the Year Kyle King, center, with family, colleagues and school leaders, including Superintendent James Lane, far right. Chesterfield County school leaders and School Board members announced the 2018 Teachers of the Year for elementary, middle and high schools, as well as the countywide Teacher of the Year at surprise celebrations during national Teacher Appreciation Week last week.

Kyle King is the Chesterfield County Public Schools 2018 Teacher of the Year, as well as the school division’s Elementary School Teacher of the Year. King joined the school division in 2015 as the librarian at Robious Elementary.

Katherine Byers, an eighth-grade language arts teacher at Midlothian Middle, was named the county’s 2018 Middle School Teacher of the Year, and Beth Lucas, an English teacher at Bird High, is the county’s 2018 High School Teacher of the Year. For a complete list of Teachers of the Year, visit mychesterfieldschools.com.

Achievements

Argent Credit Union has named Jessica Lynn Yanoschak and Billie Jade VanStory the recipients of the 2017 Ruby Robinson Scholarships. Yanoschak currently attends the Math & Science High School at Clover Hill and will study industrial systems engineering at Virginia Tech in the fall. VanStory is in the International Baccalaureate program at Midlothian High School and plans to study neuroscience and law at The College of William and Mary in the fall. Argent’s scholarships commemorate Ruby A. Robinson’s 30 years’ service at the credit union as one of its first employees. Argent has awarded a total of $149,000 in scholarships since the program’s inception in 1993.


Roger Ball and Rick Pillow, president of Virginia Credit Union League Roger Ball and Rick Pillow, president of Virginia Credit Union League For the second year in a row, the Tomahawk Creek Middle School Girls Soccer team won the Chesterfield County Middle School Girls Soccer Championship. On April 21, the girls beat Robious Middle School 3-0. The team, under head coach Phaedra Clarke and assistant coach Ryan Marable, went undefeated, shutting out all nine teams they faced this season.

Business

Bon Secours St. Francis Watkins Centre has been renamed Bon Secours Westchester Emergency Center and the campus has been renamed Westchester Medical Park. Opened in 2011, Westchester Emergency Center is a 16-bed, freestanding emergency center located at 601 Watkins Centre Parkway. It also offers advanced diagnostic imaging, outpatient lab services, sports performance, physical therapy, a comprehensive women’s health and breast center and primary and specialty care physician practices.


Kiddie Academy of Midlothian celebrated its recent grand opening with a ribbon cutting at the 6801 Woodlake Commons Loop facility. Left to right are director Erika Jackson, owners Charul Patel and Raj Patel, and vice president of marketing Wendy Magus. Kiddie Academy of Midlothian celebrated its recent grand opening with a ribbon cutting at the 6801 Woodlake Commons Loop facility. Left to right are director Erika Jackson, owners Charul Patel and Raj Patel, and vice president of marketing Wendy Magus. Call Federal Credit Union CEO Roger Ball was honored with the 2017 Farley Award of Excellence by the Virginia Credit Union League, presented to a credit union professional or volunteer official in recognition of his or her outstanding contributions to an individual credit union or to the credit union movement. The award seeks to recognize achievements that exemplify credit unions’ ‘People Helping People’ philosophy. Ball joined Chesterfield Federal Credit Union in 1979 as the general manager.

Safelite AutoGlass has opened a new location at 11251 Hull Street Road.

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