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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.
From national headlines to state discussion, standardized testing has been a hot topic among educators, parents and the general public as a whole.
Woodbridge Middle School Principal Skyles Calhoun and Assistant Principal Malcolm Foust will participate in a special Army-led training symposium for educators.
The Stafford County School Board met with parents and community members on Oct. 29 to address their concerns about the FY2015 school budget, and ask parents for their feedback.
The power is out at Swanns Creek Elementary School.
All five high schools in Stafford County will once again come together to fight hunger Monday, Nov. 11.
It’s a café in a high school in Woodbridge that serves breakfast and pastries to students, faculty, and school employees each morning.
The students at Woodbridge Senior High School in Lake Ridge have named Gabriel Mendoza & Caitlyn Bishop as their Homecoming King & Queen.
The annual fall homecoming parade is a tradition for Woodbridge Senior High School.
A petition to save Prince William County School’s Center for Fine and Performing Arts (CFPA) Creative Writing specialty program has received over 500 signatures.
What’s in a name? The answer to that question will be up to a select group of people who will serve on one of two committees that will be tasked with coming up with the names for two of Prince William County’s newest school.
The College Board reports that high school seniors in Prince William County have improved their SAT scores by eight points from last year and outperformed the national average in critical reading skills.
The Marine Corps Heritage Foundation has appointed James Bish, a distinguished US History teacher at Woodbridge High School, as the National Museum of the Marine Corps (NMMC) 2013 Teacher-in-Residence.
As sunlight from the large windows pour into his classroom in the newest building on campus, Zack Jackson teaches students how to draw.
In Prince William County Public Schools and offices across the county Wednesday, students and employees observed a moment of silence to honor and remember those who lost their lives in a Pennsylvania field, at the Pentagon, and in the twin towers of the World Trade Center on September 11, 2001.