A mother shares that her daughter’s high school limits toilet paper in student bathrooms and the amount of paper teachers can use for student assignments.
The PWCS website recently posted a list of strategic programs that could possibly be eliminated.
During the coldest days of the year, Prince William parents can expect their children’s schools will bend the rules, allowing students to wear coats or jackets during passing times, which take them outside of the main school building.
Democratic Candidate for State Senate Atif Qarni (29th District) commented that he opposes Senator Obenshain’s proposed Constitutional Amendment to make it easer to establish charter schools in the state.
Supervisor Candland believes the School Board should set their priorities before asking for more money from the County.
Local news site BristowBeat.com will publish the works of county students under a new banner: “Young Lungs.”
Virginia could see a surge in charter schools in coming years as a proposed constitutional amendment begins the long journey toward passage.
Due to the developers decision to indefinitely delay the Board of County Supervisors’ vote on the Stone Haven development, Prince William County Schools has decided to postpone the opening of its 13th high school to be built in Bristow from 2019 to 2020.
Prince William County Schools warned teachers Monday that a recent court ruling would grant the news media access to Student Growth Percentile (SGP) reports bearing teacher names and license information.
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.