Prince William County School Board passed an $1.6 billion budget for Fiscal Year 2018, assuring the PRICE model for the new high school.
At a presentation on the new location of the new 13th Prince William County high school, parents weighed pros and cons of the new location adjacent to Jiffy Lube Live, the outdoor concert venue in Bristow.
Despite an uncertain CIP. School Board approves budget that provides step increases and modest reduction in class sizes.
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.
The Prince William County School Board unanimously approved the $20.286 million construction bid to build the Devlin Road Elementary School in Bristow
The Prince William County Department of Transportation confirmed that University Boulevard between Sudley Manor Drive and Prince William Parkway will open by Dec. 26, 2013. However, the road will not be extended to Devlin Road this year.
Recently, questions have arisen as to whether Prince William County Schools will have the ability to build new facilities as the School Division reaches its debt ceiling, leading School Board Chairman Milton Johns to respond to the issue.
Brentsville District Representative Gil Trenum proposed expediting the construction of the 13th high school from 2019 to 2017, saying that it would to provide much needed relief to the Brentsville and Gainesville districts. non-televised work session of the school board late Tuesday evening.
Tuesday evening the PWC School Board will participate in a work session on student enrollment and new school construction, expansion and renovation. The public is allowed to attend the meetings. The meeting will not be televised..