To encourage Virginians to prepare for the upcoming hurricane and flash flooding season, the Virginia Department of Emergency Management announced this year’s Virginia Hurricane Preparedness Sales Tax Holiday will be May 25-31.
The number of home-schoolers in Virginia has increased by more than 50 percent over the past decade, to more than 32,000 children. If they were a school district, it would be the ninth-largest in the state – with almost as many students as the Norfolk Public Schools.
All five Prince William and Manassas Chick-fil-A’s will hold a spirit night May 21 in honor of Officer Chris Yung, the Prince William County officer who lost his life in the line of duty.
The end of the school year is quickly approaching! Very soon, schools will be hosting a myriad of end-of-year activities including graduation, prom celebrations, awards receptions, picnics, field days, and yearbook signing activities. However, before we host these festive activities we must get through: SOL TESTING!
The Energy Management Division will make its first presentation to the School Board Wednesday evening on the progress they have made in the last year
In respond to citizens’ concerns, U.S. Congressman Frank Wolf and Va. Del. Tim Hugo have taken their fight against the Bi-County Parkway to Richmond.
No, it is not March, but with temperatures plummeting into the 30s, and even 20s in some places, you may be wondering what is going on.
Brentsville District School Board member Gil Trenum said the school division prefers implementing a new traffic pattern at Patriot High School before accepting county funds to build a new access lane for student drivers.