Prince William County Schools Superintendent Steven Walts proposed adding three days to the end of the 2013-14 school year to make up for the 12 missed days of schools and the five 2-hour delays due to weather.
Officials took issue with how the Prince William County Public School System budgets its money. The County’s Board of Supervisors, Keep Reading...
Chairman Corey Stewart says and says money to lower class sizes and increase teacher pay has to come from somewhere.
There was a surprise for a little girl in the fifth grade at Antietam Elementary School in Lake Ridge on Thursday. Keep Reading...
With the possibility of fewer local and state school funding next year, public school students made an impassionate plea to Keep Reading...
The recent cold weather brought by the polar vortex that engulfed our region over the last two days brought problems for Prince William schools.
Prince William County Public Schools are closed today.
Stafford County Public Schools will open two hours late on Friday.
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More community college courses will be offered in more places in western Prince William County and Manassas Park.
School officials on Wednesday night voted to approve Prince William County’s controversial 12th high school.
The Prince William County School Board is scheduled tonight to take a vote on the soon-to-be-built 12th high school.
School officials in Prince William County want to hear from the public on what do to do with artifacts found at the site of the soon-to-be-built 12th high school.
When it comes to raising money to reduce class sizes in Prince William County, will property taxes go up, or will new taxes be levied on food, fun, and vices?
Prince William County school officials mulled over an idea of extending winter break this year. They say the idea won’t work.
Candland Proposes Increasing School Funding Transfer Again in Effort to Reduce Class Size, Raise Teacher Salaries
A local leader says he wants more money for Prince William County’s public schools.
School officials tonight want to hear from residents whose children will attend the new kindergarten through 8th grade school in Nokesville when it opens in September 2014.
Carolyn G. Lynn has spent countless hours researching the lives of past residents of Prince William County.
We may soon know who is buried at the site of Prince William County’s soon-to-be-built high school.
A town hall meeting to address class size in area schools will be held Thursday night.