Registration

Registration for all summer programs opens March 1, 2021, and ends May 7, 2021, at 4:30 p.m.  Registration for the virtual summer program is from May 24-June 11. Parent(s)/Guardian(s) will receive communication from their student's base school to complete a school-specific Microsoft Registration Form for the PWCS summer academic programs.  Microsoft registration forms for all enrichment programs can be accessed in the program-specific sections that follow. 

Late registration for the Elementary School Three-Week program opens May 24, 2021, and ends June 11, 2021, at 4:30 p.m. 

Due to COVID-19, registration payments will only be accepted through secure online payments using our Student Quick Pay System.  Current PWCS parents/guardians will need to create an account at Student Quick Pay.  Students will need to be added to parents/guardians account using the Student ID# and Last Name. The student's last name must be written exactly as it appears in ParentVue.

 

All PWCS Summer School programs plan to have students participate in-person. A virtual option is available for most academic programs.

 

If you have any questions regarding Summer School Programs, please contact, Lauren Daley (Summer School Coordinator) at daleyla@pwcs.edu.

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PWCS Academic Program

PWCS Elementary School Academic Three-Week Program

Dates And Times

  • July 12-30, 2021
  • 9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.

General Information

The elementary school three-week academic remedial program available to students in Grades K-4.  This program provides opportunities to improve basic skills through interactive and engaging activities.  Teachers use individual and small group instruction. Students will receive instruction in daily writing, language arts, mathematics and receive a social -emotional component. All current fifth-grade students will attend the central middle school program at the location that hosts their home (neighborhood) school.  Placement is determined by the grade in which the student is enrolled during the 2020-2021 school year.

Attendance

The summer program is intensive.  Therefore, students absent for more than two consecutive days of the 15-day program may be withdrawn.  If withdrawn, no credit will be given for their attendance.

Transportation

Transportation is provided only within the assigned summer school program attendance area for students in Prince William County.  Please note: Bus stops for summer school may be different from the regular school year bus stops.  Students should use the nearest established bus stop. No special bus stops will be established for individual students.  Generally, buses pick-up and drop-off students at a school or an approved day care center within the school attendance area.  Students attending a school during the year on a transfer request will attend the central summer school program located in their home (neighborhood) school area due to limited summer bus transportation.

Summer school bus stop locations will be posted on the website one-week prior to the start of summer school.

Registration

Registration begins March 1, 2021, and ends May 7, 2021, at 4:30 p.m.  Contact your student's school of attendance to obtain a school-specific registration form.

Late Registration

Late registration begins May 24, 2021, and ends June 11, 2021, at 4:30 p.m. The Microsoft registration form will be available during this time period.

Tuition And Payment

Students eligible for tuition-free summer school will be notified by their individual school.

Tuition is $260 for PWC residents only.  The tuition fee applies only if a student is not eligible to receive tuition-free summer school.

Below are the criteria for students to receive tuition-free an academic summer program:

  • Any student who performs below grade level in reading or math. Students are below grade level if they have not mastered minimum proficiency on the Standards of Learning (SOL), PALS, DRA, or any other standardized assessment.
  • The building principal or designee may recommend any student for summer school who he/she believes is at risk of school failure and will benefit from the intensive summer program.
  • Any student who receives special education services, who performs below grade level, and who follows the SOL curriculum.  These students require minimal to no support and will be served in an inclusive setting.
  • Students who are only receiving speech services are not eligible for tuition-free summer school unless they meet other qualifying criteria.
  • Any student receiving ESOL services, regardless of the proficiency level.  This includes ELL proficiency  Levels 1-6. 

Please note, students receiving speech services are not eligible for tuition-free summer school unless they meet other qualifying criteria.

Due to COVID-19, registration payments will only be accepted through secure online payments using our Student Quick Pay System.  Current PWCS parents/guardians will need to create an account at Student Quick Pay.  Students will need to be added to parents/guardians account using the Student ID# and Last Name.  The student's last name must be written exactly as it appears in ParentVue.

Students with  Disabilities who are Eligible for Summer School

Students who follow an SOL curriculum and who are performing below grade level will have the following options for participating in the summer school program:

  • They may attend classes at central sites.
  • They may attend classes at individual schools that choose to provide a site-based summer school program.

Any student who receives special education services, who performs below grade level, and who follows the SOL curriculum.  These students require minimal to no support and will be served in an inclusive setting.  Minimal support is defined as any accommodation provided by a general education teacher in the general education setting.  These accommodations would be listed on the student's IEP.  The Office of Special Education will work with the summer school principals to identify and provide appropriate supports.

Please be advised, the student's case manager, in consultation with the special education administrator, should make the final decisions regarding summer school placement.

Students Who Follow The Aligned Standards Of Learning (ASOL) Curriculum

Students with disabilities in low incidence programs and that follow the Aligned Standards of Learning (ASOL) may be provided Extended School Year (ESY) services based on demonstrated need and requirements outlined in the VDOE ESY document. The Office of Special Education will provide appropriate support for these students.

Registration for ESY

Please contact your child's special education teacher for individual information regarding your child.

Special Transportation for Students with Disabilities

Special transportations for students with disabilities will be discussed during IEP meetings.  If transportation is identified as a need for the student, the Office of Special Education will make the necessary arrangements. Please  contact the Office of Special Education at 703-791-8384 for more information.

If you have any questions regarding the Summer School program, contact Lauren Daley (Summer School Coordinator) at daleyla@pwcs.edu

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PWCS Elementary Summer School Locations

Ashland Elementary School

  • Coles Elementary School
  • Pattie Elementary School

Buckland Mills Elementary School

  • Haymarket Elementary School
  • Tyler Elementary School

Chris Yung Elementary School

  • Bristow Run Elementary School
  • Glenkirk Elementary School
  • Piney Branch Elementary School

Covington-Harper Elementary School

  • Mary Williams Elementary School

Featherstone Elementary School

  • Leesylvania Elementary School

Fitzgerald Elementary School

  • Neabsco Elementary School

Gravely Elementary School

  • Alvey Elementary School
  • Mountain View Elementary School

John D. Jenkins Elementary School

  • Bel Air Elementary School
  • Kerrydale Elementary School

Lake Ridge Elementary School

  • Antietam Elementary School

Minnieville Elementary School

  • Enterprise Elementary School
  • McAuliffe Elementary School

Montclair Elementary School

  • Henderson Elementary School

 Mullen Elementary School

  • Ellis Elementary School

Occoquan Elementary School

  • Rockledge Elementary School

Old Bridge Elementary School

  • Springwoods Elementary School
  • Westridge Elementary School

Potomac View Elementary School

  • Vaughan Elementary School

Rosa Parks Elementary School

  • King Elementary School
  • Marshall Elementary School

Signal Hill Elementary School

  • Bennett Elementary School

Sudley Elementary School

  • Sinclair Elementary School

Swans Creek Elementary School

  • River Oaks Elementary School

Triangle Elementary School

  • Dumfries Elementary School

Victory Elementary School

  • Cedar Point Elementary School
  • T. Clay Wood Elementary School
  • The Nokesville School

Yorkshire Elementary School

  • Loch Lomond Elementary School

Enrichment Programs

Elementary Math Enrichment Camp

Dates And Times

  • Session I: Gravely Elementary School, July 12-16, 2021
  • Session II: John D. Jenkins Elementary School, July 19-23, 2021
  • Session III: Covington-Harper Elementary School, July 26-30, 2021
  • 9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.

General Information

Elementary Math Enrichment Camp is a one-week program designed for students entering fourth or fifth-grade in September 2021.  This is an enrichment opportunity for students to take an active role in deepening their understanding of mathematical concepts. Students who participate in this program will use hands-on activities and projects connected to the VA SOLs to explore problem-solving, critical thinking skills, and algebraic equations.  PWCS Gifted Education teachers will facilitate this camp.  This camp is available to any student interested in and ready for higher-level math. 

Attendance is mandatory for all five days.

Transportation

Transportation will be provided.  Register your student for the session closest to your location.  Students will use the nearest established summer school program bus stop. Please note bus stops for summer school may be different from the regular school year bus stops. No special bus stops will be established for individual students. 

Summer school bus stops will be locations will be posted on the website one-week prior to the start of summer school.

Registration

Registration begins March 1, 2021, and ends May 7, 2021, at 4:30 p.m.  There will be no late registration for this program.  Camp enrollment is limited.   Registration closes when classes reach capacity. 

Students may only register for one session as the same curriculum will be taught each session.  Register for the session location closes to your location.

Elementary Math Enrichment Camp Registration Form

Tuition And Payment

Tuition is $150 for PWC residents only.

Due to COVID-19, registration payments will only be accepted through secure online payments using our Student Quick Pay System.  Current PWCS parents/guardians will need to create an account at Student Quick Pay.  Students will need to be added to parents/guardians account using the Student ID# and Last Name.  The student's last name must be written exactly as it appears in ParentVue.

If you have any questions regarding the Elementary Art Enrichment Camp, contact Brenda Bailey (Supervisor of Gifted Education and Special Programs) at BAILEYBS@pwcs.edu

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Summer Art Enrichment (SAE) "The Artist in Me"

Dates And Times

  • July 12-23, 2021
  • 9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.

General Information

SAE is a two-week program for students interested in visual art.  This two week immersive are experience is for students interested in visual art.  Students will explore various art media, skills, and techniques in both 2D and 3D art forms.  This program is open to all students currently enrolled in second through eighth-grade.   Class size will be limited to a maximum of 10 students to accommodate social distancing. Student groups will be based on enrollment.  PWCS Art Teachers are instructors. Class enrollment is limited.  For additional information, visit  SAE Summer Information.

Attendance

Attendance is mandatory for all ten days.

Transportation

Transportation will be provided.  Register your student for the session closest to your location.  Students will use the nearest summer school bus stop. Please note bus stops for summer school may be different from the regular school year bus stops or be satellite bus stops.  No special bus stops will be established for individual students.

Registration

Registration begins March 1, 2021, and ends May 7, 2021, at 4:30 p.m. There will be no late registration for this program.  Enrollment is limited, so please register early as registration closes when classes reach capacity.

SAE Summer 2021 Registration Form

Tuition And Payment

Tuition is $210 for PWC residents only.

Due to COVID-19, registration payments will only be accepted through secure online payments using our Student Quick Pay System.  Current PWCS parents/guardians will need to create an account at Student Quick Pay.  Students will need to be added to parents/guardians account using the Student ID# and Last Name.  The student's last name must be written exactly as it appears in ParentVue.

If you have any questions regarding this summer program, contact Jasmine Hawkins (Admin Coordinator for the Arts) at hawksinsjr@pwcs.edu.

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School Age Child Care

PWCS has contracted with AlphaBEST Education as our School Age Child Care program provider. The PWCS SACC office serves as a liaison between the SACC/NG programs, schools, and families to ensure all students are successful and have a fun and safe environment. Please visit the SACC webpage for summer program information.

SACC webpage