Del. Anderson presents state flag, which recently flew over the state capitol building, to fly over T. Clay Wood Elementary School in Nokesville.
This Wednesday’s Prince William School Board meeting could have been much shorter. The budget was set, and no additions or subtractions were proposed since their work session held the prior Tuesday.
Despite an uncertain CIP. School Board approves budget that provides step increases and modest reduction in class sizes.
The Prince William County School Board unanimously voted to name the new elementary school in Bristow, which is scheduled to open in September 2015, Chris Yung Elementary.
Patriot and Woodbridge High School students will soon have access to the College Board’s AP Capstone program.
The Virginia Department of Social Services recently conducted inspections at three local school age child care programs in February, which yielded no violations.
Following Friday’s closure, Prince William County Schools is left with only 1.6 school days or 9.7 hours for weather-related closings/delays before dropping below Virginia’s required 990 hour instructional minimum.
Tim Singstock, candidate for Prince William School Board Chairman At-large, urges citizens to contact their U.S. Congressional representatives, explaining their opposition to Federal oversight of local educational policy.