The Chesterfield County School Board has adopted a prototype design for four elementary schools.
Chesapeake based RRMM Architects won the contract with a one story design of nearly 85,000 square feet. The schools will accommodate 750 to 778 students each.
Chesterfield Supt. of Schools James Lane said the Beulah and Enon Schools are projected to open in 2018. Motoaca and the new school in Midlothian are set for 2019.