Beginning at the start of the 2015-2106 school year, AlphaBEST will operate the 3,600 student PWCS School Age Child Care Program (SACC) and Next Generation Program for middle school students.
The Virginia Department of Social Services recently conducted three inspections at local child care facilities, which yielded no violations.
Citizens encouraged to share their suggestions for naming the “Devlin Road School” with the Naming Committee Meeting at a meeting to be held at Gainesville Middle School, Tuesday at 7 p.m.
DAY CARE INSPECTIONS: Samuel L. Gravely, Jr. Elementary SAC Cited for Child Safety, Discipline Issues
The Virginia Department of Social Services conducted an unannounced monitoring inspection of the Samuel L. Gravely, Jr. Elementary School Age Child Care Program and found seven violations in the areas of staffing and supervision, staff to child ratio, and child safety.
House Republican leaders outlined their K-12 education agenda for the 2015 General Assembly on Thursday, echoing several goals announced by Democratic Gov. Terry McAuliffe a day earlier.
The Prince William School Board proposed naming the new Dumfries Elementary School Library after Potomac School Board member and long-term principal, Betty Covington.
Superintendent of Schools Steven L. Walts publicly apologized for the decision to keep schools open, despite hazardous weather conditions on Tuesday, at the Jan. 7 School Board meeting.
Justin Wilk plans to run on a platform of transparency, respect for educators and overall fiscal prudence.
Despite hazardous driving conditions, Prince William County school buses took to the roads Tuesday morning, which resulted in 12 bus crashes and 18 traffic obstructions between 5 a.m. and 12 p.m.