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Superintendent previews new Student Vision Profiles, recognizes student leaders

The Association of School Business Officials International awards Prince William County Public Schools the Meritorious Budget Award

PWCS Future Farmers of America head to Richmond for FFA Day

Prince William County Public School students named 2024 National Merit Scholarship Finalists

Two PWCS students receive the Harry F. Byrd, Jr. Leadership Award

Superintendent shares information on grant bringing $350,000 to PWCS

The VDOE announces grant to fund PWCS, eight other school divisions for apprenticeship program to address teacher shortages

Virtual reality programs transform math and science education at Osbourn Park and Brentsville District High Schools

Youth Engagement Forum at the White House spurs hope and inspiration among students

New peer-to-peer club at Osbourn Park High School supports planning for post-secondary college and career opportunities

Woodbridge High School coach honored as Virginia’s Outstanding High School Cross Country Coach of 2023

Superintendent shares proposed budget with a focus on additional supports for students with special needs and competitive teacher pay

Proposed Fiscal Year 2025 Budget presented to the School Board

Dick’s Sporting Goods awards 75 for 75 grant to Parkside Middle School

Woodbridge High School hosts mental health awareness night at basketball games

Prince William County Human Rights Commission selects Charles J. Colgan Sr. High School students for Universal Human Rights Award

Neabsco Elementary School counseling team receives Difference Maker Award

Superintendent recognizes National School Counseling Week, Black History Month and School Board Appreciation Month

School Board Events Calendar for April

CTE Month Program Spotlight: Unity Reed High School’s Aviation Maintenance class takes flight

Safer schools lead to better learning; nearly $500,000 in state grant funds support security equipment upgrades at five schools

SPARK grant gives students opportunity to participate in five-year college prep program

PWCS kicks off Black History Month with a focus on the importance of historically Black colleges and universities

Ronald Wilson Reagan Middle School eighth grader, Taekwondo champ will compete on National USA Team at World Championship in China

PWCS Advisory Committees Hold Meetings in February 2024