PWCS honored 27 high school students this spring as valedictorians and salutatorians from the 2021 graduating class. From computer science to law, these bright young minds will fan out to seek degrees at major colleges and universities across the country.
As Superintendent of the 2nd largest school division in Virginia, and 35th largest in the nation, Walts oversaw a population of approximately 90,000 students, and 11,500 employees. He opened 24 new schools and the Kelly Leadership Center.
While 95% of students intent to return to 5-day in-person learning in the fall, Prince William County Schools will make virtual learning an option at all grade levels.
The Prince William County School Board unaniomously approved a one-time $1,600 bonus for all PWCS full-time employees. Those serving less will have their bonuses prorated. No one will receive less …
Should Prince William County Schools change their start times so that adolescents don not have to start school before 8 a.m.? You get to weigh in!!
Prince William County Schools is considering alternative school start times for the 2021-22 year year as part of its “Return to Learning Plan," after ending COVID-19 mitigations end.
Dr. Walts says he did it all FOR SCHOOL.
The policy allows more flexibility for vaccinated staff to remove masks when not directly in the presence of students or young people in their care.
Teachables Nova, a new educational supply store in Bristow, presents 'Best Teacher of the Most Ridiculous Year Award' to Bristow Run Elementary School kindergarten teacher Kathy Blanco for excellence during an unprecedented year.
While the Manassas City Library, at 10104 Dumfries Road, has been open for a few months, a ribbon-cutting ceremony held on Monday, June 7 brought together Prince William County and City of Manassas elected officials.