Prince William County Schools have announced that the school division will not be mailing student bus assignments this 2016-17 school year.
Bristow Montessori School has delivered a true Montessori education to its students for the past five years.
Prince William County Schools is advertising a notice of a public hearing to appoint an acting Prince William County School Board member to represent the Brentsville District.
About 65 residents heard Brentsville District School Board Representative Gil Trenum speak about his deployment to Africa as a Naval Reservist and the process of choosing his temporary replacement during the town hall meeting at Marsteller Middle School Tuesday night.
Gil Trenum has announced that Kim Simons has withdrawn her application to serve as temporary Brentsville school board representative in response to political attacks aimed at her.
The Attorney General’s Office provided an unofficial opinion on filling Gil Trenum’s school board seat, explaining that the Prince William School Board reserves the right to appoint Trenum’s temporary replacement.
The Virginia Board of Education will hold a series of public hearings in July and August to gather feedback on student expectations, how schools are accredited and school resources.
Don Shaw announced Friday he was withdrawing his name for consideration as a temporary replacement for Brentsville District School Board member Gil Trenum after a member of the School Board leaked his personal information to a conservative blog.
Bristow resident argues that the school board should accept one of Gil Trenum’s nominees to act in his place while he is away on deployment.
The Prince William School Board expects to soon send a letter to the Attorney General, asking for clarification on the process of temporarily replacing the Brentsville Representative Gil Trenum, who will be deployed to Africa in August.