Recently, Prince William County Schools decided to eliminate a single research paper as a graduation requirement, and to instead emphasize development of writing skills across multiple genres.
Former teacher Justin Wilk advises the leadership of Prince William County Schools to forge stronger relationship with the community.
PWCS details the process of providing a superintendent with a raise; plus what a neighboring superintendent earns annually.
Superintendent Dr. Steven L. Walts will soon be making more than $287K annually in salary; however, with the additional retirement and supplemental contributions, the cost of his tenure costs amounts to more than $300K per year.
The Prince William County School Board unanimously voted June 18 to delete Regulation 600-1, which requires 11th grade students to summit and pass a research paper.
Thursday evening at Jiffy Lube Live, Bristow, the 11th Prince William High School graduated its second graduating class of seniors.
Stonewall Jackson High School graduated its class of 2014 at Jiffy Lube Live Wednesday evening.
Brentsville District High School graduated the class of 2014 Saturday morning on the football field.
The federal Department of Justice requested PWCS provide them with information to determine if the 12th HS boundary plan complies with federal civil rights laws.