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Stafford County welcomed back 27,186 to class on Tuesday, marking an end to summer recess and the start of the 2013-14 school year.
Last year, Weems Elementary School in Manassas received a donation from the Ellen DeGeneres Show and Shutterfly to promote the new uniform initiative at the school.
With first-day schedules in hand, students at Potomac Senior High School spilled into a newly renovated locker bay, dubbed “The Panther’s Den,” trying to find their way to class.
Northern Virginia Community College is offering a new associate degree that focuses on homeland security.
Prince William County schools have put their bus schedules for the 2013-14 school year online.
Teachers and students at Quantico will head back to class Tuesday without looming furlough days.
Through the month of August, participating Chick-fil-A restaurants in Prince William County will give a free chicken sandwich to each guest who donates $5 or more of school supplies for students-in-need.
On August 16 at Forest Park High School, the Office of Student Services will host its annual Back to School Symposium, “Strengthening Connections: Illuminating the Journey to Student Success.”
Parents of Prince William County Public School students wishing to apply for free and reduced-price meals can complete and submit their application online.
Many public schools in Prince William County have announced when they will hold an orientation session.
On Monday, the Manassas City Council took the usual weekly meeting on the road to Baldwin Elementary School to address citizens concerns.
An Osbourn Park High School teacher is headed to the Library of Congress for a special program.
Freedom High School in Woodbridge recently featured their 2013 valedictorian and salutatorian.
Woodbridge Senior High School had to valedtictorians this year, as well as a salutatorian.
School officials in Prince William County say get the shot.
Dumfries officials will vote on whether or not to install a Police School Resource Officer, or SRO, at Dumfries Elementary School.
Patriot High School valedictorian Nolan Uribe hopes to become an engineer, like both of his parents, and will study at the University of Southern California on Presidential and Navy Reserve Officer Training Corps (ROTC) Scholarships.
After two four-year terms on the NOVA Board as one of three members representing Fairfax County, David Miller is stepping down.
Woodbridge Senior High School’s Choral Department presented their annual Spring Show last month.
n preparation for Nokesville Elementary School’s transition from an elementary school to a K-8 school, the vast majority of the rising sixth grade class will remain at Nokesville next year.