World Languages

Feedback Requested on Spanish-Language Instructional Resources

Secondary school world language resources for the content areas of Spanish and Spanish for Fluent Speakers, levels 1 – 3, are available for public review and comment from March 4 through June 4, 2024. Materials will be available to review in the Professional Learning Library at the Kelly Leadership Center, which is located at 14715 Bristow Road, Manassas, VA 20112.

During the resource evaluation process, administrators in the central office of the World Languages program convene teachers, administrators, and parents who are tasked with evaluating textbooks. Feedback is solicited from all county schools and from the public. Citizens’ comments will be collected and considered by the textbook committee as they prepare their recommendations to the School Board in the spring. The final purchase report is planned for presentation to the School Board for information and approval in June 2024.

For more information, contact Betsy Campagna, supervisor of world languages, at [email protected] or 703-791-8706.

Welcome to World Languages


Language and communication are at the heart of the human experience. Prince William County Public Schools (PWCS) will educate students to communicate both linguistically and culturally in our own multicultural society and abroad. Knowledge of more than one language and culture enables students to do the following:

  • Communicate with people of other cultures.
  • Develop insight into their own language and culture.
  • Expand their world view.
  • Develop appreciation, sensitivity, and respect for all people.
  • Access authentic sources of information directly.
  • Participate more fully in the global community and marketplace.


To provide world-class, rigorous, and engaging world language instruction in accordance with PWCS and Virginia Department of Education standards that prepare all students to be responsible global citizens.

The study of world languages enables students to acquire the communicative skills and perspectives necessary to be an active member of our multicultural society and to gain a sense of belonging to the global community.

Given that language study encompasses literature, geography, history, science, math, the arts, and the use of technology, students gain interdisciplinary perspectives as well as intercultural understanding, our goal is to create lifelong learners who develop and maintain proficiency in more than one language.

World Languages Central Office Staff

Betsy Campagna, Supervisor
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Richard Pardo, Administrative Coordinator, Dual Language Immersion (DLI)
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Clara Pérez, Specialist, Professional Development, DLI
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Viviana Quiceno, Administrative Coordinator, World Languages
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Karen Fulton, Administrative Assistant
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