The Goochland County School Board will hold its regularly scheduled board meeting on Tuesday, August 11, 2020 at 5:30 p.m. (policy)/6:30 p.m. (business meeting) at the Goochland High School Auditorium, 3250-A River Road West, Goochland VA. The public is invited to attend. Masks are required. Please note this is a location change.
The School Board consists of five members each elected for a four-year term. The School Board is responsible for the total operation and progress of the school system. The School Board meets in regular sessions at 6:30 PM on the second Tuesday of each month at the Goochland County Administration Building on the corner of Sandy Hook and River Road West, (1800 Sandy Hook Road, Room 250) in Goochland.
The School Board Clerk is Diane Bennett (firstname.lastname@example.org), (804) 556-5601.
|Ms. Sandra Barefoot-Reid|
|2636 Davis Mill Road
Goochland, VA 23063
|Mr. William E. Quarles, Jr.|
|2671 Broad Street Road
Gum Spring, VA 23065
|Mrs. Karen R. Horn|
|P.O. Box 4
Goochland, VA 23063
|Mr. C. Michael Newman|
|7211 Shenfield Avenue
Glen Allen, VA 23059-6615
|Mr. John D. Wright, Chairperson|
|104 Willway Drive
Manakin-Sabot, VA 23103
Consult this meeting schedule for variations in this schedule, including special meetings. Meetings are open to the public and citizens are encouraged to attend. Persons needing the services of an interpreter for the deaf are asked to make the request at least 72 hours in advance so that the appropriate arrangements may be made. Please call the Office of Exceptional Services at (804) 556-5615.
School Board policies and regulations are available on this website. Paper copies are also available from the Central Office.
Goochland’s Vision and Mission
Our vision: Inspiring and Preparing the next generation to make a positive impact.
Our mission: To maximize the potential of every learner.
Access our full Strategic Plan, Engage 20/26, on its own page.
We believe our core values will help us direct everything we do, from budget planning, professional development, and learning in every one of our schools. Our values are a moral compass for decision making, and they define the character of our students, our employees, and our expectations for our community.
In September, 2014, the board began recognizing employees and students who were helping to make a positive impact on others within our division and our community. Called the ECCHO Award, this recognition celebrates those who have truly made one or more of our core values an important part of their lives as lifelong learners. Nominations may be made via our ECCHO Awards Page.
School Division Goals
Goal 1: To maximize each student’s academic potential through engaging experiences and deeper learning, preparing our students for the challenges of learning and working in the modern global economy
Goal 2: To improve the climate of our organization and create opportunities for meaningful stakeholder engagement
Goal 3: To maximize resources for instruction by providing safe, efficient, and transparent operations for all stakeholders while effectively managing our facilities and programs