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Welcome

Dinwiddie County Public Schools is more than just a school division – it is a community that offers the people who live here the chance to belong, the chance to get involved, the chance to grow and the chance to enjoy country living at its best.

We are working hard to accommodate the rapid growth in our school division and encourage parents, businesses, volunteers, and the community to get involved. Our elected officials are faced with this challenge and have stepped up to the plate to work together. We each play an integral role in the growth and development of Dinwiddie’s youth.

Dinwiddie is an exceptional county with a great quality of life and a strong set of values. Our children attend modern schools in a traditional setting that afford them the benefits of a superior education. We care about the relationships that connect students and parents to our school division. These relationships are the basis for the core values our county prides itself in: honesty, respect and integrity. Our graduates have grown up to be teachers, doctors, nurses, local business owners, bank executives, computer specialists, farmers, lawyers, CPAs, law enforcement officers, realtors, contractors, culinary specialists, pharmacists, and the list goes on.

We thank you for your continued support and working with us to provide the students of Dinwiddie County a rewarding school experience and hope you find the information on our website useful.

Thank you,

Dr. Kari Weston
Superintendent

Dinwiddie County Public Schools
14016 Boydton Plank Road
Dinwiddie, VA 23841
Tel: 804-469-4190  –  Fax: 804-469-4197
Click here for driving directions (Google maps).

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Dinwiddie staff members have been out surveying road conditions. While primary roads and even many secondary roads look clear, there are still roads that remain hazardous due to icy conditions. Temperatures are expected to drop below freezing again tonight, and this will be unsafe for transporting students on buses and for our student drivers. Therefore, Dinwiddie Public Schools will be closed again tomorrow, Thursday, December 13. Essential staff report on time. 12 month staff report 2 hours late. Thank you for your patience! Our goal is always to get our students back to school as quickly and safely as possible.