Tag: Nokesville K-8
Gil Trenum, Prince William School Board member representing the Brentsville District, asked Associate Superintendent Dave Cline for more transparency in regards to cost of new schools.
Superintendent of Schools Dr. Steven Walts proposed his operating budget fiscal 2014 to the Prince William County School Board Tuesday night.
While the media has been accused of publishing only negative news, at Bristow Beat, we wanted to look back the positive news of 2012.
The Prince William School Board voted to temporarily redistrict the new Avendale Community to the Nokesville Elementary attendance area for new incoming students at their Dec. 19 meeting.
Brentsville Magisterial District School Board Representative Gil Trenum recommended to the Prince William County School Board that the Avendale development be redistricted, so that those children would attend Nokesville K-8 School, rather than T. Clay Wood Elementary, which is at capacity.
Brentsville School Board Member said he wants more information on enrollment to inform the CIP, not redraw school boundaries.
Nokesville Mom defends Nokesville K to 8 School for replacing dilapidated elementary school and relieving overcrowded middle school.
Petition Seeks to Delay Construction of Nokesville K-8, Favoring Avendale Elementary and Middle Schools
Our Schools Facebook page is encouraging Prince William citizens to sign a petition that requests the School Board to delay the construction of the Nokesville K-8 School.
The Nokesville K-8 School, which is scheduled to open in the fall of 2014, will be discussed at the May 2 School Board meeting.