Community Involvement

Business Partnership Data- June 2008

Henrico County Public Schools is fortunate to have 300 business and community partnerships, which serve to enhance the educational experiences in our schools each day. All partnerships are unique as they are designed to serve the needs of the individual school.
Henrico Education Foundation
(HEF) was created to bring business leaders together to create educational opportunities, recognize outstanding achievement and promote excellence and innovation for all students, teachers and staff.

HEF partners with the following companines or groups:
Capital One

  • Has provided more than $500,000 in the last 7 years.  These funds have provided:
      • 9 $5000 scholarships (one for each HS) targets students who have improved academically in their HS career, 2.75 minimum GPA and significant community service.
      • 5 teacher grants for innovative initiatives in the classroom
  • 5 teacher grants for financial literacy initiatives
      • Provided parent/child seminars on financial management
      • Additional programs on an as needs basis
Greater Richmond Chamber of Commerce (GRCC) InVision Henrico   
SS. Challenge School Supply Drive, Highland Springs Elementary SchoolCareer Exploration Day, Moody Middle SchoolMock Interview Program, Tucker High SchoolSteering Committee member for Go for the Goal Middle School Leadership Program
                       
HC Police Department
  • Sponsors a $1000 scholarship for a HC graduate
Moseley Architects
  • Major sponsor of the Tee Off for Education Golf Tournament
  • Sponsors the financial awards for HCPS Teacher of the Year

The Brink’s Company

  • Sponsors Great Expectations Teacher Grants
Old Dominion Electric Cooperative
  • Sponsors Great Expectations Teacher Grants
HEF revenue generated from:
  • Tee Off for Education Golf Tournament – raises an average of $55,000
  • Participating with United Way as a Contributor Choice partner
  • Donations from community members committed to excellence in HC

With funds raised, HEF provides:

  • Awards more than $16,000 to schools each year to assist in improving the academic success of students
  • Provides financial assistance to families for field trip expenses
  • Distributed Teacher Appreciation Discount booklets for Henrico County teachers with discounts from area businesses
  • Provides financial assistance for laptop fee on an “as needs basis”
  • Recognized support staff for outstanding service
  • Provided $2500 to support the R.E.B. Distinguished Education Leadership Award
  • Awarded 5 additional scholarships from HEF funds

Board Docs

Our organization is leveraging the Internet to enhance governance and provide a basis for better communication with the public. The new eGovernance initiative will replace the old method of compiling, printing, binding and distributing a limited number of paper meeting documents with electronic distribution. By making meeting agendas and supporting documents available on the Internet, we will be able to distribute documents associated with a meeting more quickly and efficiently.

http://www.boarddocs.com/vsba/henrico/Board.nsf/Public

School Board Member Committee Assignments- 2008

Title I – DPAC (District Parent Advisory Committee) – Lamont Bagby
            February 1, March 18, April 16, May 21 - Noon      
Head Start Policy Council – Lamont Bagby and Linda McBride
            Fourth Wednesday of each month – 4:30 p.m.
Career & Technical Advisory Council – Lamont Bagby and John Montgomery
            Second Tuesday of each month – 5 p.m.
Vocational/Technical Education Foundation – Lamont Bagby and John Montgomery
            First Monday of each month – 5 p.m.
Henrico Education Foundation – Diana Winston
            March 17, May 29 – 6 p.m.
Special Education Advisory Committee – Linda McBride
            Fourth Tuesday of each month – 6:30 p.m.
Gifted Advisory Council – Lisa Marshall
            First Thursday of each month
Mathematics/Science Center Foundation – John Montgomery
Metropolitan Educational Research Consortium (MERC) – Diana Winston
            As called
Parks and Recreation – John Montgomery
            First Wednesday of each month – 7 p.m.
School Health Advisory Board – Linda McBride
            February 12, May 13, 2008 – 6 p.m.
Governor’s School Regional Board – Lisa Marshall
            Fourth Thursday – 9 a.m.
Instructional Materials Review Committee – Linda McBride
            As called
Self-Insurance Committee – Linda McBride
            As called
External Audit Committee – Diana Winston
            As called
English as a Second Language Committee – Lisa Marshall
            Second Monday of every other month – 6 p.m.
Police Athletic League – Lamont Bagby
Henrico Business Council – Diana Winston