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Public Invited to Attend Ribbon-Cutting Ceremony for New School

The public is invited to the ribbon-cutting ceremony for Independence Nontraditional School on Thursday, Aug. 23. A reception will begin at 5:00 p. m. and will be followed by a ribbon-cutting ceremony at 6:00 p. m. The school is located at 14550 Aden Road, Manassas, at the corner of Aden and Joplin Roads. Elected officials, the school community, School Board …

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Need Before- or After-School Care?

Provided by Prince William County Schools (PWCS) Safe, fun, and enriching opportunities await students in SACC, the school age child care program for elementary age students, and Next Generation, for middle school students.  SACC and Next Generation programs will be open beginning the first day of school for students who are registered by Aug. 21.   Find out if your school has space available by clicking here and sign in …

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Back to School: Meal Accounts, Code of Behavior, Open Houses

Use MySchoolBucks system to manage school meal accounts Students’ accounts for school meals are managed by, a convenient online prepayment option for school meal purchases. If you have an account from last year, your user name and password has stayed the same. Transaction fees charged by MySchoolBucks will be $2.25 this year. There is no charge to review account …

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Water Safety School for PWCS Students

Provided by Prince William County Schools (PWCS) As the hot days of summer slowly come to an end and traffic at the outdoor pools begins to slow down, the splashing of the pool water at the Prince William County Public Schools Aquatics Center is just getting started. The Aquatics Center is beginning its third year of operations, and thousands of …

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2018 SPARK Golf Tournament

Provided by Prince William County Schools Old Hickory Golf Club in Woodbridge hosted the 25th Anniversary of the “Tee Off for Education” Golf Classic to benefit SPARK, the Education Foundation for Prince William County Public Schools, on Aug. 3. Sponsored by Moseley Architects, Ayala Electric, Cintas, and over 45 other sponsors and donors, the sold-out event raised funds to support …

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School Health Services Parent Expo

Provided by Prince William County Schools Prince William County Public Schools and the Office of School Health Services invite you to the upcoming Parent Expo, to be held on Friday, Aug. 17,  from 7:00-9:00 p. m. at the Edward Kelly Leadership Center (14715 Bristow Road, Room 1101, Manassas). During this free event, you will have the opportunity to meet members …

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Woodbridge High School Choir at MLB All-Star Game

Provided by Prince William County Schools (PWCS) On July 17, several members of the Woodbridge High School Choir and their teacher Joel Shapiro were among the performers who sang the National Anthem at the MLB All-Star Game pre-game show in Washington, D.C. Shapiro was selected to be one of the three conductors for the choir. The production team, RK Productions, …

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Middle and High School Schedules to be Emailed

Provided by Prince William County Schools (PWCS) Prince William County Schools middle and high school students will receive class schedules via email. The 2018–19 schedules will be emailed on Friday, Aug. 24, to all parent/guardian and student email addresses. Schedules will be accessible on ParentPortal after Aug. 24.

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PWCS Students Attend Governor’s School

PWCS students at Governor's School at Radford 2018

Provided by Prince William County Schools The learning hasn’t stopped for 63 Prince William County high school students who are joining other bright young minds from around Virginia for Summer Residential Governor’s Schools. Another 16 students are attending Governor’s Foreign Language Academies, and two were selected for prestigious mentorships. The Summer Residential Governor’s Schools provide gifted high school juniors and …

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Students Graduate through George Mason University Early Identification Program

PWCS EIP graduates

Provided by Prince William County Schools (PWCS) In partnership with George Mason University’s Early Identification Program (EIP), 24 recent Prince William County Schools (PWCS) graduates experienced intensive academic and social support designed to prepare first generation students for college. Five of the students received scholarships to attend George Mason. “PWCS has been in partnership with George Mason University since 1989 …

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