Lunenburg County Public Schools


Welcome Back to School!

Dear Students, Parents, Employees, and Community Members,

The Lunenburg County School Board and I would like to welcome you!!! We believe there is no more important work done in our society than that of educating our children. Our commitment to the community is to promote every educational opportunity and a safe and nurturing environment for all of our students. We are very proud of our school district and the collaborative efforts made in and out of the classroom that impact our students for a lifetime. We believe education is the shared responsibility of the school, home, and community. The shared commitment of stakeholders to foster the development of a student’s physical, social, emotional, ethical, and moral competence will prepare our students to be productive members of our society. It is our belief that a student’s education is a joint effort between the school and home. I invite all patrons to communicate with school staff.

Our focus continues to be on engaged learning which is why our new instructional framework and digital conversion are based on 21st Century learning that is student centered and promotes higher order critical thinking. I am blessed to serve as the Superintendent in a place where the motto is “To Make the Best Better.” We are a community that values maximizing the potential of every student by teachers and staff who truly care about the success of children and one another!! Reflecting on the successes and challenges of this past school year makes me realize that we are on our way to reaching our goals but there is still work to be done. We were met with many challenges but we have made notable gains.

With increased student achievement for all students as our highest priority, we will continue to work diligently in-house with our administrators and instructional staff to make a difference in the lives of all of our students. Our students are really showing progress and we will continue to push for even better results in the 2016-17 school year. The staff continues to transition to deeper implementation of the S.O.L.’s and improved instructional strategies that motivate students to learn while keeping them fully engaged. All professional development days are dedicated to intense learning of the best practice strategies for all staff. Throughout the year, we will continue the practice of assessing the needs of our students and implementing interventions that increase results where needed. We will continue to promote alternatives for gifted students such as honors, advanced placement, and dual enrollment, as well as, alternatives for those that need non-traditional opportunities such as virtual learning and strict discipline learning environments. We truly believe that all of our students have the potential to become productive citizens. The board and I are committed to making sure that every student receives an education that will prepare them for the next level and beyond.

You will not find a more committed school district despite limited resources etc. that provides exemplary service to our students and families. We understand the needs of our students and are determined to provide every opportunity for success. We have many great traditions in our school district which include a well-rounded curriculum, diverse course offerings, successful extra-curriculum activities, and a wonderful, hardworking and dedicated staff. We will continue building partnerships with the community and are adhering to serve our students and look forward to “Making the Best Better” during the 2016-2017 school year. With extraordinary enthusiasm and excitement we look forward to a great school year!!!

Charles M. Berkley, Jr.
Superintendent of Schools



Lunenburg County Public Schools
Parent Concern Form

Meri Page Spencer, Parental Involvement Coordinator

P.O. Box 710 Kenbridge, VA  23944
Attn: Parent Concerns

Please complete this form below to help us stop a threat and possibly save lives. Thank you!

Click here to access the SpiceWorks Portal to submit Trouble Tickets. This Portal may only be accessed through the LCPS Network. Click here for instructions on how to submit a Trouble Ticket.

Lunenburg County Public Schools
Radio Closing Information

WSVS 800 AM Crewe, VA and WSVS 97.1 FM
WFLO 95.7 FM Farmville, VA
WKSK 101.9 FM South
WSHV 96.7 South Hill, VA

Lunenburg County Public Schools
Television Closing Information

WTVR Channel 6 Richmond, VA
WRIC Channel 8 Richmond, VA
WWBT Channel 12 Richmond, VA
WSET Channel 13 Lynchburg, VA



Important Announcements!

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News and Current Events!
CHS JV Football Team vs. Altavista will commence at 6:00 pm on August 25, 2016 instead of the previously released time. 
ATTENTION PARENTS: Bus 42 is now 43.  If your child normally rides bus 42, nothing will change, just look for the new number--43!

ATTENTION LCPS STAFF:  Lunenburg County Public Schools' Technology Department will be using an online trouble ticket system this year.   Staff members needing technology assistance/support will now have access to this system through SpiceWorks. Once tickets are submitted, they will be assigned to technicians so that the repair/support may begin.  Please note that SpiceWorks can only be accessed through the LCPS network and cannot be accessed on a home computer/device.  Staff members will use their county network login/password to access the system. 

Click here to access the SpiceWorks Portal to submit Trouble Tickets.

Click here for instructions on how to submit a Trouble Ticket.

For up-to-date sports schedules for CHS please go to the following link to the James River District. Click Here... You can also use the quick link at the bottom of this page for James River District Sports.
2016-17 Calendar - Click here to view...
Want to receive the CHS Newsletter by email?  Email Natalie Coronas, Assistant Principal, at to be added to the email distribution list today!
Report Threats Anonymously Here on our Website. There is an epidemic of violent school threats. Of course this causes fear and frustration for educators, students, and parents. The majority of these threats turn out to be hoaxes. However, we at Lunenburg County Public Schools are taking any threat seriously. In order to stop a threat and possibly save lives, we need your help.  If you are aware of a SERIOUS threat, you can now report it using our “Report a Threat Anonymously” Quicklink (Click Here) at the bottom of this page.  Once you submit your threat report, key staff members are alerted. We thank you in advance for using this service wisely for the safety of our schools and the community.
Parents of students identified as hearing or visually impaired, please click here for information on services that are available through various entities as specified by the Virginia Department of Education.
CHS Sports Information, please go to James River District website. Click here to go to the link for game days and times for all CHS sports and scores once they are posted.
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