Tag: Prince William County Schools
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
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.
The Prince William County School Board gave their consent for county high schools to pilot a program to eliminate the long-standing practice of administering semester exams in January.
The School Board unanimously passed a resolution that would ask the Board of County Supervisors to reevaluate proffers guidelines for new housing developments,
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.
With Prince William County Schools planning to open the 12th Prince William County High School mid-county in 2016, School Board Chairman At-Large Milt Johns expressed concerned about the potential for major redistricting of families a second time when the west end high school is constructed in 2019.
Chairman At-large Milt Johns spoke in favor of the pool as part of the 12th high school at the Mar. 13 Prince William County School Board meeting, while many concerned citizens weighed in during citizens’ time.
Each school, a microcosm of our global village, relies on classified staff to work with teachers in nurturing our youth. In schools, it takes a village to educate a child. Teachers cannot do it alone.
The new high school will cost $ 110,943,000 million including the addition of a pool, which is estimated at $10.5 million. This is more than Patriot High School, which cost $70 million to build before it opened in fall of 2011.