Tag: Brentsville District

Prince William School Board Names 13th HS ‘Gainesville High School’

Prince William School Board Names 13th HS ‘Gainesville High School’

| June 10, 2020 | 0 Comments | Education

The Prince William County School Board voted unanimously to name the 13th High School “Gainesville High School” after the school’s location and attendance area. Gainesville High School will open in the fall of 2021.

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UPDATED: Prince William POLICE ADVISORY: Civil Unrest at Sudley Manor Drive in Manassas

UPDATED: Prince William POLICE ADVISORY: Civil Unrest at Sudley Manor Drive in Manassas

| May 30, 2020 | 0 Comments | News

Prince William Police are warning citizens to stay away from the area of Sudley Manor Drive and Sudley Road in Manassas this evening.

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Prince William Supervisors Took No Action to Reconsider Devlin Community

Prince William Supervisors Took No Action to Reconsider Devlin Community

| April 1, 2020 | 0 Comments | News

The community of 516 residential homes will go ahead as planned.

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Prince William BOCS Approves Devlin Community to Lawson’s Dismay

Prince William BOCS Approves Devlin Community to Lawson’s Dismay

| March 11, 2020 | 0 Comments | News

The majority of the Board of County Supervisors approved the Devlin Road development in the Bristow area, Mar. 11, over the objection of Brentsville Supervisor Jeanine Lawson.

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Settle the Debt Holiday Payoff Erases Lunch Debt at 15 Schools

Settle the Debt Holiday Payoff Erases Lunch Debt at 15 Schools

| December 19, 2019 | 0 Comments | Community, Education, News

The Gainesville nonprofit Settle the Debt visited 18 area public schools this week, delivering checks to pay off accumulated lunch debts as part of its Holiday Payoff Initiative.

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PWEA President Recognizes Outgoing School Board Members

PWEA President Recognizes Outgoing School Board Members

| December 4, 2019 | 0 Comments | Education

Gil Trenum, Alyson Satterwhite, and Willie Deutsch, today will be your last school board meeting. To say that each of you have made a difference in PWCS is an understatement.

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