PWC Schools Earn State Board of Ed. Awards

| May 22, 2015 | 0 Comments | Education

schoolbusPrince William County Schools announced 13 school earned the Board of Education Distinguished Achievement Award and three the Board of Education Excellence Award.

The Distinguished Achievement Award acknowledges a school’s ability to meet all state and federal benchmarks and making progress toward the goals.

“Honored schools exceed state and federal accountability standards and achieve excellence goals established by the governor and the Board of Education, based on achievement and performance during the 2013-14 school year,” PWCS posted on their website.

The Excellence Award further distinguishes schools for advanced achievement.

Those schools who were honored include:

VIP Board of Education Excellence Award:
Pennington Traditional
Porter Traditional
Marshall Elementary School
Mountain View Elementary School
Old Bridge Elementary School

VIP Board of Education Distinguished Achievement Award:
Alvey Elementary School
Antietam Elementary School
Buckland Mills Elementary School
Cedar Point Elementary School
Glenkirk Elementary School
Henderson Elementary School
Signal Hill Elementary School
T. Clay Wood Elementary School
Victory Elementary School
Westridge Elementary School
Benton Middle School
Gainesville Middle School
Battlefield High School

“We are proud of all of our schools for their efforts to boost student achievement,” Superintendent Steve Walts said. “It is especially gratifying that these 18 schools were deserving of special recognition.”

Three more schools earned recognitions this year than last year.

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