Family Outreach Events

PWCS Title I Program Spring FamilyCamp 2024

Please join us for a night filled with Math and Science learning! At this event, families will have the opportunity to attend hands-on presentations focused on Math and Science.  There will be two 40-minute sessions for families to learn and have fun.  

Event Details

Date: Tuesday, March 12, 2024
Time: 6:15-8 p.m.
Location: Beville Middle School - 4901 Dale Boulevard, Woodbridge, VA 22193


Registration - 6:15-6:25 p.m. 
Session 1 - 6:30-7:10 p.m. 
Session 2 - 7:15-8 p.m. 
Survey and Dismiss - 8 p.m.

Registration Required - Registration closes on Sunday, March 10, 2024 at 11 p.m.

Session Information

Session Title Target Grades Description

Middle School STEM: Creating with Lego

Grades 6-8 Middle School Students and Caregivers! Come create and code with Lego! Learn about how your students can continue this learning in our summer camps.

Tools for Learning Code

Grades K-12

Coding with Apple gives students hands-on tools and resources to express themselves and prepare for the future, no matter what career they pursue. Join us to learn how tools like Swift Playgrounds take learners from their first line of code to building their first apps.

Snowball Math - A Flurry of Fun!

Grades K-5

An epic snowball fight has broken out! How far do you need to be from the enemy to hit them with the perfect snowball? In this interactive session, participants will estimate and measure the distance their snowballs will fly. We will then graph the distance different types of snowballs traveled. What is the best type of snowball to use? What instrument for launching the snowball is most effective? We will examine the data to make inferences and draw conclusions about how to best win the battle. Learn and do some math with your child while having a ball.

Find Your Future in Career & Technical Education

Grades 6-12 What is Career and Technical Education, also known as CTE? How can CTE elective courses and programs help prepare me for my future?

“A Cellular Blast”

Grades K-12 This activity creates a small explosion, mimicking what happens to our brain cells when a person uses drugs.

Games That Will Promote Mathematical Reasoning!

Grades 6-8 There are a number of games that families can play that will promote mathematical reasoning, increase number sense, and help show the beauty of mathematics. Learn to play games that you can play with your families to make math a fun subject. This presentation is session 1 only.

High School Math, Helping Your Child

Grades 9-12

High school mathematics content might be beyond what you remember, know, or have been exposed to. That is ok. You can still help your child be successful by doing many things. Come discuss those actions and learn from each other's experiences. This presentation is session 2 only.

Have Questions?

Please contact the Title I office at 703-791-7248.