A motion to approve the 13th High School “price model” failed Tuesday, in a four-to-four vote by the Prince William County School Board.
Superintendent Dr. Steven Walts emailed a letter to the parents of Prince William County Schools’ children, regarding the deaths of four PWCS students this week.
In discussing the hybrid Patriot model or “Price model” for Prince William’s 13th high school at Tuesday night’s School Board meeting, members grilled school officials and questioned the equality in the building of schools on different sides of the county.
Parents and students at Glenkirk Elementary were shocked to hear that their beloved art teacher, Courtney Forgét, was diagnosed with Stage 3B colon cancer at the young age of 29.
Brentsville District School Board member Gil Trenum took to social media to chime in on the ongoing debate of the design of the 13th Prince William County high school yesterday by introducing a hybrid design that would offer more space for students, but offer more modest features than Patriot High School.
Ryan Sawyers, a candidate for Prince William School Board Chair, believes the revenue sharing agreement is short-changing the county’s school children.
Tracy Conroy explains why she is the best candidate to address class size reductions in Prince William County Schools.