Summer Thrive Program

Each year, PWCS Title I funds a Summer Thrive Program designed to provide continuous learning during the Summer break. For each level of school, the Summer Thrive Program looks a little different.

Elementary

For the elementary school level, every Title I teacher specialist distributes pre-created Reading or Math packets to 50 students. Each teacher connects with the 50 families at a Summer Thrive Event. The teachers discuss and explain the importance of summer learning, review materials, and provide ideas and suggestions of things to do with the materials given.

Elementary Info

Middle School

For the middle school level, every Title I teacher specialist connects with 50 families. Students can receive fun math activities for the families to work on together while enhancing mathematical skills. For reading, students can receive a chance to pick books they would love to read over the summer and build an at-home library.

Middle School Info

High School

For the high school level, the Prince William County Public Library helps students and families with several topics dealing with career track, college prep, reading during the summer, language learning and more!

High School Info

Summer 2022 PWCS Family Engagement Opportunities&

Summer Super Learner Rally!

Thursday, July 14, 2022

Virtual Opportunity from 7-7:45 p.m.

Kickstart Summer learning with an interactive virtual event, hosted by Super Bowl Star and Children's book author Malcolm Mitchell, and Pam Allyn, literacy expert, author, and founder of LitWorld, a global literacy initiative serving children across the United States and in more that 60 countries.

Motivating and Advocating for Your Gifted Child with Dr. Jaime Castellano

Student Opportunity and Multilingual Services Present a Parent Session

Monday, August 8, 2022

In-person session at Gar-Field HS Auditorium at 6 p.m. in English and 7 p.m. in Spanish

Interpretation will be available.

Just as schools have an inherent responsibility to educate the students they serve, parents and families with gifted children have an equal, if not greater responsibility to ensure their children are prepared to be successful. Raising resilient children who are able to persevere in today's complex society is no easy task. Parents must compete with the latest technology, social media, the child's peer group, and the demands placed on them at work and home. Despite the challenges that often present themselves, parents are the bound to engage and interact as their child's first teacher.

In this session, participants will be provided research and practices that all parents and families to advocate for and support their gifted child. They will also be able to identify practices that values and honor each student's unique learning style and provide opportunities to grow academically, cognitively, socially, and emotionally according to their talents and abilities.

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Lexia Learning

Lexia Learning resources are available over the summer for all levels: elementary, middle, and high.

Continue your learning with Lexia!


Fitness and Wellness Nutrition Activities

Below is a list of links for resources and information for at-home nutrition and fitness Summer activities and opportunities.

Thank you to the Health, Physical and Driver Education Department for providing it .