Suffolk City Public Schools

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Suffolk City Public Schools
Address
100 N. Main St
Suffolk, Virginia 23434
United States
Coordinates 36°43′41″N 76°34′59″W / 36.72806°N 76.58306°W / 36.72806; -76.58306Coordinates: 36°43′41″N 76°34′59″W / 36.72806°N 76.58306°W / 36.72806; -76.58306
Information
School type Public, school division
School board

Michael J. Debranski, Chair (Suffolk Borough)
Enoch C. Copeland, Vice Chair (Holy Neck Borough)
Linda W. Bouchard (Chuckatuck Borough)
Dr. Judith Brooks-Buck, (Nansemond Borough)
Phyllis C. Byrum (Whaleyville Borough)
David P. Mitnick (Sleepy Hole Borough)
Lorraine B. Skeeter, (Cypress Borough)

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Superintendent Dr. Deran R. Whitney
Staff 1,838 [2]
Grades Pre-K–12
Enrollment 17,733 [3] (2014–2015)
Campus Suburban
Area Suffolk, Virginia
Athletics conference Southeastern District
Eastern Region
Website

Suffolk City Public Schools is the branch of the government of the city of Suffolk, Virginia responsible for public K-12 education. Like all public school systems in the state, it is legally classified as a school division instead of a school district. Although Virginia school divisions perform the functions of school districts in other U.S. states, they have no independent taxing authority, instead relying on appropriations from their local governments.

The Superindentent of Schools is Dr. Deran R. Whitney. Deputy Superintendent is Mrs. Jacqueline Chavis and the Chief of Operations is Mr. Douglas Dohey. The school system operates 12 elementary schools, four middle schools, three high schools, and one alternative center.

History[edit]

Schools[edit]

Elementary Schools[edit]

  • Booker T. Washington Elementary
  • Creekside Elementary
  • Driver Elementary
  • Elephant's Fork Elementary
  • Florence Bowser Elementary
  • Hillpoint Elementary
  • Kilby Shores Elementary
  • Mack Benn, Jr. Elementary
  • Nansemond Parkway Elementary
  • Northern Shores Elementary
  • Oakland Elementary
  • Pioneer Elementary

Middle Schools[edit]

  • Forest Glen Middle School
  • John F. Kennedy Middle School
  • John Yeates Middle School
  • King's Fork Middle School

High Schools[edit]

Alternative Center[edit]

  • Turlington Woods Alternative School

Former Schools[edit]

  • Southwestern Elementary School

References[edit]

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