Tag: Prince William County School Board

PWC School Board Votes Not to Give Superintendent Raise in 2018, Same COLA as Teachers Thereafter

PWC School Board Votes Not to Give Superintendent Raise in 2018, Same COLA as Teachers Thereafter

| June 20, 2018 | 0 Comments | Education

The Prince William County School Board voted to 5-3 on July 18 to provide a consistent annual increase to the superintendent commiserate with the average raise educators within the district are receiving that year, but no raise this year, nor contract extension.

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Candland Makes 8 Recommendations to Prince William School Board

Candland Makes 8 Recommendations to Prince William School Board

| May 28, 2018 | 0 Comments | Education

Gainesville Supervisor Peter Candland has prepared a document entitled “Recommendations to the Prince William County School Board Regarding Critical Reforms.”

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Gainesville Supervisor Proposes Levy to Eliminate School Trailers, Reduce Class Sizes

Gainesville Supervisor Proposes Levy to Eliminate School Trailers, Reduce Class Sizes

| April 4, 2018 | 0 Comments | Education

Supervisor Pete Candland (R-Gainesville) revealed a proposal that would create a new “School Capital Fund” that would eliminate school trailers countywide and reduce class sizes.

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Brentsville Acting School Board Rep Applies to Be Interim PWCS School Board Chairman

Brentsville Acting School Board Rep Applies to Be Interim PWCS School Board Chairman

| March 28, 2018 | 0 Comments | Education

Shawn Brann of Bristow has served as Acting-Brentsville School Board member on the Prince William County School Board for just over one year while Gil Trenum was serving in the navy reserves in the Horn of Africa.

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Alyson Satterwhite Announces Run for Prince William School Board Chair

Alyson Satterwhite Announces Run for Prince William School Board Chair

| March 27, 2018 | 0 Comments | Education

Gainesville District School Board Member Alyson A. Satterwhite today announced that she will run for the Prince William County School Board Chairman-at-Large Special Election in November.

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Reagan Principal Defends Her Leadership at PWCS Board Meeting

Reagan Principal Defends Her Leadership at PWCS Board Meeting

| March 8, 2018 | 0 Comments | Education

Alfie Turner, Principal of Ronald Reagan Middle School, defended herself at Wednesday’s school board meeting.

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OPINION: When Trenum Was Called to Serve, Herring Was Missing In Action

OPINION: When Trenum Was Called to Serve, Herring Was Missing In Action

| November 5, 2017 | 0 Comments | Education

On the Prince William County School Board, we have seen what it looks like to have an elected official more interested in partisan activism than the duties of the office. We have also seen the impact of Attorney General Mark Herring putting partisanship ahead of his duties.

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Public Hearing on Sale of Excess HS Land Canceled

Public Hearing on Sale of Excess HS Land Canceled

| October 18, 2017 | 0 Comments | Education

The Prince William County School Board public hearing, Oct. 18, on the selling of excess vacant land from portions of the 13th High School in Gainesville has been canceled.

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Censure of Prince William School Board Chairman Response to Release of Confidential Material

Censure of Prince William School Board Chairman Response to Release of Confidential Material

| September 21, 2017 | 0 Comments | Education

The Prince William School Board’s censuring of Chairman Ryan Sawyers, Wednesday, was in direct response to his inappropriate sharing of confidential information within the case of Sawyers vs. McGowan

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Transgender Bathroom Use Becomes Focus During School Board Citizens’ Time

Transgender Bathroom Use Becomes Focus During School Board Citizens’ Time

| June 8, 2017 | 1 Comment | Education

Although the vote adding LGBTQ students and staff to Prince William County Schools nondiscrimination policy [Policy 060] is not up for a vote until June 21, many residents got an early start on speaking out against it at the most recent school board meeting.

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