Grandmothers, mothers, and women (GMW), of Norfolk in particular and all  Norfolkians in General. Our city and schools are on a slippery slope, and sliding downward continually.

The mayor:  Kenneth Alexander and superintendent: Dr. Sharon Byrdsong, You have been elected and selected to direct the course of Norfolk, by the people of Norfolk and for the people of Norfolk. There’s no reason for Norfolk Schools to  have a C+ grade. It’s incumbent upon each of us to make sure our children are better cared for.

Norfolk Public schools VS Virginia Beach and Chesapeake. 2022-2023

VABCH: 2022-23.  (A)

VIRGINIA BEACH, Va. — On Tuesday, Spence presented the division’s budget to city council members. He’s proposing an $833.5 million Virginia Beach school budget for the 2022/2023 school year. 

Anxiety, uncertainty, and change is hitting students hard during the pandemic, and the Virginia Beach community is paying close attention. 

The Virginia Beach School Division just launched a mental health task force to tackle longstanding mental health issues and problems that have formed throughout the pandemic. 

Next two-year budget will include  10% pay raise for teachers, further expanding largest teacher raises in 15 years.

Grade: (A)  Total Schools: 87  Total Students: 68,706

CHESAPEAKE: 2022-23 (A-)

Chesapeake School Budget-The budget includes a 10% increase in teacher pay, a 14% increase in support staff pay, and a 5% increase in administrative pay for the 2022-23 school year. The proposed budget changes also mean the teacher starting salary would be $51,500.

Grade (A-) Overall  Total Schools: 48;  Total Students: 41,597 

NORFOLK- 2022-23

The Norfolk Public School Board approved a $376.7 operating budget for 2023 during Wednesday night’s meeting. The spending plan includes a provision for increasing teacher pay by 5.8%. Pay for classified employees will increase about 7.5% and administrators will  increase about 7.5% and administrators will see a pay raise of 4.2%.II.

Grade: (C+),  Total Schools: 51    Total Students: 29,837

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School kids running in elementary school hallway, front view

Graduation rate: 79%.

The care and attention we give our schools and communities, let our children know how much we care.

Norfolk our children deserve better, plus, our Accountability grade is an (F). I’m ashamed.

To Our MAYOR And SUPERINTENDENT; We’re Also Holding You Accountable!!!

â¤ï¸Submitted in Jesus name.?

3 Replies to “NORFOLK SCHOOLS Grade:  (C+) ”

  1. I am 19 year old I been having time to write it I have been struggling a lot over here going out to the bush and finding firewood and selling them and as well we have been  living in the country where the poor seems to be treated like slave all the politic leaders are so wicked they treat the poor people as last class animal while forgetting that we are all equal I have been struggling  since I lose my mummy and daddy and my daddy died in car accident while my mummy get seriously ill  for malaria sickness life been so terrible for us  but no solution for us  I have been a drop out from school since I lose my parents I have no one to assist me to further my education  I have been the forefront of my family struggles everyday and night  is really hard with me and my siblings I wish I had someone that can help me go back to school and further my education  so I can be something  in future and help my self and my siblings?

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